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" I am passionate about the subjects I tutor and try to pass my enthusiasm onto the student. Most importantly, I want the student to feel at ease with the material and not to be intimidated by it. I started tutoring during my undergraduate career in the subjects of Math, Biology and French and I have a teaching certificate in the subjects of Social Science, 9-12, and Biology, 9-12.."
- University Of Missouri-Columbia - BA , Biology/Anthropology
- Washington University - JD, LAW
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:Middle School Math, Pre-Calculus, LSAT, Geometry, Calculus, Physiology, Algebra, Elementary Math, Biology, Anatomy, Microbiology, ACT
"When I tutor a student, I have found that I am good at breaking down difficult questions (such as a complicated math problem or a wordy LSAT prompt) into much simpler parts, and I am experienced in teaching students the fundamental and more basic concepts as well. My tutoring philosophy has always been to make my tutoring sessions fun while most importantly improving the student's skills and abilities. My ultimate goal during a tutoring session is to guide the student to achieving their fullest potential, whether it be higher grades or a stellar test score. I try to understand a student's strengths and weaknesses to properly tailor my ...
- Washington University in St. Louis - BSBA, Business and Marketing
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, ACT Math, Statistics, Chemistry, Middle School Math, Elementary Math, LSAT, SAT Math
" I scored in the top 98th percentile on the LSAT and specialize in helping students using proven techniques to increase their scores. Specifically, I can help students more easily break down the types of logic games and to distinguish between right and wrong answers in the logical reasoning and reading comprehension sections. I enjoy helping others obtain their educational goals, and would love to help increase your test scores, grades, or simply to understand your subject area better.."
- University of Missouri - BS, Secondary Education Social Studies and English
- Washington University - JD, Law
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, LSAT, ACT Reading, ACT English
" Furthermore, I was a part of many student-led writing workshops at the University of Chicago. The techniques that I learned in these groups will allow me to help students find their voice and show them that reading, research and writing can actually be fun and rewarding experiences. The skills that I can help cultivate in students are highly transferable and will do much more than help them succeed on a single exam or in a single class. While my interests took me away from math during my years at Indiana University, I excelled in math during high school and I am capable to helping students with high-level high school math. In my free time I love ...
- Indiana University - BA, History, Philosophy
- University of Chicago - MA, American History
Tutoring Subjects:SAT Math, ACT Math, Essay Editing, College Essays, SAT Writing, History, Algebra, Reading, LSAT, Writing, GRE, ACT Writing, SAT Verbal, Geometry, ACT English, ACT Reading
"My strengths lie in verbal expression, although I have a background in science (especially biology) as well. My specialty is helping to improve language/reading scores and writing/editing skills, as my perfect scores in the verbal portions of the SAT and the GRE demonstrate. I have lived/studied in France for a year, and am extremely proficient in the language."
- Tulane University - BA, Political Economy
Tutoring Subjects:Middle School Math, SAT Verbal, LSAT, History, College Essays, SAT, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, French, SAT Math, Reading, Biology, Essay Editing, SAT Writing, Phonics, PSAT, GRE
" The student then follows that by rote, gets the desired result, but has not actually synthesized the knowledge. That was something that I struggled with throughout my degrees, till I found ways to take the information provided by my teachers and turn it around/rephrase it till it worked for me. I have since worked on applying this skill to the things that have come naturally to me so that I am more able to explain them: in helping my younger siblings with math or writing, I've learned it's not enough just to tell someone how to do something. It is my goal in any tutoring/teaching session to get a student to understand WHY something is done, and how ...
- Missouri State University - BM, Music Performance
- Arizona State University - MM, Music Performance
Tutoring Subjects:Writing, SAT Math, ACT Reading, ACT Math, LSAT, ACT Science, SAT, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, ACT, ACT Writing, SAT Writing, SAT Verbal, ACT English
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