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  1. Dear Mr. W,
    Youre videos helped me soooo much on my tests and quizzes. I am in 9th grade and so happy I found youre songs. Can you believe that after seeing all the work and effort you put in your videos and songs, it made me become a super hardworking student. I am so thankfull for the songs and quizzes because now every single test I take is an Ace. Thank you so much Mr.W. I really appreciate everything.

    1. Thanks, David. It’s really gratifying to get a comment like yours! All I ask in return is that you spread the word about http://www.sciencemusicvideos.com.
      Good luck learning biology!
      Mr. W

  2. Hi Amber,
    This is one of the nicest comments I’ve ever received. Thanks so much!
    I wish you the greatest success in your studies in medicine. Please pass on information about my channel and website (where there are many useful tutorials that you can find under the AP Bio tab).
    Sincerely,
    Mr. W

  3. Thank you so much for the amazing work that you do. I am a late in life college student and sometimes that’s a little difficult. I find that I am holding myself to a higher standard just so I can feel like I’m not so out of place. I am a psychology major and hope to go into research psychology. I’ve been holding off on taking my biology courses because I was terrified I couldn’t do it. The obvious solution to this was to take both of them at the same time in a 6 week condensed summer session. I genuinely thought that these classes would be what killed my GPA. While buried in a mountain of new information, I found myself struggling to keep up since my return to higher education. Thankfully, while trying to learn about cell respiration and photosynthesis I stumbled into your videos. They made sense, they were clear, they were catchy. In class, weeks after the cell respiration test, my professor asked if anyone remembered when carbon dioxide was released in plants. I was able to tell him it was part of cellular respiration. He asked me if I could remember which part specifically and I immediately knew it was the Krebs Cycle! And that song was back in my brain!!! I am going into my last day of classes tomorrow and I’m keeping up those grades that I’ve worked so hard to have. I couldn’t have done it without your help. Thank you.

    1. Hey Krista,
      I live for comments like these! Please share my website and videos with your professors, peers, and anyone else whom you think might be interested!
      Thanks!
      Mr. W

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