Don't despair over tough biological concepts. You now have a university instructor available for help! During my office hours, I offer one-on-one assistance to many students who struggle to make sense of the huge jumble of information presented to them each week. If you are finding it hard to tell the difference between a duodenum and an ilium under the microscope or you're perhaps having trouble remembering whether a Benedict's or Biuret's reagent is used to test for polypeptide digestion, y... [more]
Apart from teaching human Anatomy & Physiology for several years at UNLV, I have also taught an introductory course in biology. Prior to that, I trained people to work in the fields of blood and tissue/eye donation for more than a decade. As a result, I have real-world experience with the internal tissues and organs you will be studying and I am very experienced in making the material very simple to grasp.
As an instructor in Anatomy and Physiology, I have seen the common hangups that students experience and I know the best ways for students to get around them. You won't have to rely solely on rote memorization. With my instruction, you'll have a real understanding of how the body works and how its parts work together. I have developed unique visual and auditory tools which my students have highly praised. I'm certain you'll be pleased with them, too.