Benjamin M

Brick, NJ

Tutor In Life Sciences And Physical Sciences



Hello, my name is Benjamin! I am currently completing an education degree from Georgian Court University, as I want to teach high school students biology and the life sciences! I always had a passion for biology and the sciences, and I enjoy teaching that information to anybody who wishes to listen. I almost followed the pre-med track to its completion but, after some soul-searching and some rewarding educational experiences, I decided that education and tutoring would be more gratifying, and all students are in need of help in understanding the sciences. I felt I was well positioned to aid students in that subject area, and I wish to spread my knowledge to others.
In terms of my education background, I have graduated with a 3.2 GPA from Ursinus College, with a major in Biology, and two minors in Education and Spanish. I have also been involved in a 4 credit lab class where I recorded fluctuating populations of mice in the college forest. Aside from my science experience, I also tutored before, both out of my undergraduate college and privately. I have worked with students in middle school and high school, and I previously taught biology, chemistry, and Spanish. After I graduated, I worked with a local middle school student and taught physical science.
To conclude, I also want to help my students build on important life skills. These skills include organization, motivation, responsibility, and self-concept. I wish to make that a part of my tutoring experience because it is essential to build on these skills as students move from high school, to college, and beyond. I am excited to begin tutoring with any potential clients and I hope to extend my positive philosophy to students who want to be treated as more than just a number or statistic.


B.S. Biology, minor in Spanish and Education, Ursinus College

Subjects of Expertise

Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Vocabulary, Spanish

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1 Tutorial by Benjamin M

Difference Between Osmosis And Diffusion

This problem discusses the main differences between osmosis and diffusion, as they are both passive transport mechanisms but differ in terms of how these processes occur.