They want me to tutor patho!

  1. For our school patho is taught as a pre-req not course work. The professor is tough, very tough. She's also very fair just with high expectations.

    She has a student with a language barrier and the school is trying to locate a patho tutor for her and she wants to give them my name as her first choice.

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  3. by   Tweety
    That's quite a compliment.

    Tutoring on a subject you're currently taking might be tough and time consuming. I couldn't do it. On the other hand it could help you learn more in depth and help out a fellow student and that's good kharma.
  4. by   michar
    I'm done with patho, in my first semester of the nursing program (Patho was last fall)

    The school doesn't employee students to tutor classes they haven't taken/excelled in.

    I'm just still very much in shock, partially because they are so picky with their tutors.
  5. by   Achoo!
    Congrats! I am a TA for A&P II and it's a great experience- Go for it!
  6. by   Imafloat
    You can do it! I tutored patho, I didn't think I remembered anything, but most of it came back to me when I looked it over.
  7. by   allegory
    Tutoring is an awesome way for you to retain that knowledge....tutoring phys. was the best thing I think I couldve done!