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inox112 07-22-2019 09:52 PM

Step 2 ck tutoring
 
Hello everyone,
If anyone is looking for a tutor for step 2ck, please get in touch. I am available to teach during the evenings and over the weekend. I am tutoring for the past 3 years with excellent results and currently, I have started with PGY2 IM.
With a tutor, everything is individualized to the specific student – there is no one-size-fits-all approach to learning.
We believe that the best tutoring session is one that addresses didactic needs (i.e. teaching someone how to recognize different murmurs) and then uses practice questions to reinforce that knowledge.
With my experience in teaching, I will be able to tell if someone is missing questions simply because there is a gap in their knowledge base or if there is a problem with their test-taking strategy. From there, I teach them useful tips like how to break down a question and summarize key details, utilize the process of elimination to home in on the correct answer, and timing skills that will ensure they are never rushed. At the end of the day, knowledge is half the battle – learning how to apply that knowledge is what separates a good score from a great score.
With your 100 %, hard work and my guidance lets don’t allow Step 2 CK to become overwhelming for you.
My rates are 30 USD /hour / person(non-negotiable). Contact me at [email protected] for 20 minutes demo session where I will walk you through my methodology of tutoring.


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