Learning works best in a one on one environment; you are able to fully provide your attention/ efforts to one student and be able to focus on the specific needs he or she requires.
I graduated my middle school with the “Best Achievement Overall” award which is awarded to the student with the highest overall grades from the graduating class. Shortly after, I graduated Moncton High School with honors and am currently attending Mount Allison University. I am enrolled in a double major program for chemistry and math.
During my graduating year of high school, I participated in a co-operative education program with my old middle school. My job was to carry out the duties of a teacher under the supervision of a teacher.
I play many different sports including: judo, soccer, and long-distance running. I have ran four half-marathons so far and plan to eventually move my way up to a full marathon. I’ve competed for New Brunswick in the Canada Games playing the Olympic sport of Judo. Finally, I volunteer with many different organizations such as Hands and Peace Pandemic. I’ve also been a tutor for high school students ever since I was in the tenth grade.