I graduated from UCLA in 2014 with a biochemistry B.S. degree, and I am currently a nursing student at CSU-east bay. The combination of two majors make me to have a strong science background. In additional, I was born and raised in China, so I speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Taishanese, and English fluently. I took two some ESL classes in high school when I first got to America, so I totally understand how students feel when they are not confident speaking English.... [more]
I took regular chemistry and AP chemistry in high school. I graduated from UCLA with a biochemistry degree.
I was born in China and grew up there. I finished 9th grade in China. I am able to read, write, speak, and understand this language. I speak Chinese at home even in America, because my parents do not speak English. I passed a Chinese exam that is required for me to transfer to universities. The exam required writing, speaking, reading, and listening. I passed the exam with a 96% score. In China, I wrote an essay that got published by the school about how teenagers should be in middle school, and I got an award fo it.
I am a nursing student and currently studying at CSU-East Bay. I just finished my first year in the program. I took Pharmacology during Winter quarter, I also interned in a hospital in Fremont for a quarter, which I was assigned to pass out medications with my clinical instructor to patients.
Before I applied the nursing program in my school, I took a TEAS exam as one of the requirements for applying. I got an overall grade above 90% with math and science with the highest percentages.
I have taken a nutrition class in college. Although it was an introductory class, but I learned so much from the class. I ended up with an A+ from the class. In the class, I learned definitions of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins as well as what they are made up of.