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"I tutored for the Sanger Learning & Career Center, University of Texas at Austin's tutoring center, for 2.5 years. After proving my proficiency, I began tutoring Undergraduate students in one-on-one sessions and in group sessions. The subjects I tutored included basic and advanced Algebra, Pre-Calculus / Trigonometry, and Calculus I & II working around 15-25 hours per week during the school semester. I corresponded with the head staff and co-veteran tutors weekly for updates and news on how to better teach my students and engage them in the real value of what they are learning and to develop an interest in the subject tutored." ...
- University of Texas at Austin - BA, Economics
Tutoring Subjects:Elementary Math, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Middle School Math
". the most important part of that statement being that every child IS a learner. It might not always be easy, but it can definitely be done. Differentiation is key, and that's why I employ various teaching methods to appeal to learners of all varieties. After all, variety is the spice of life."
- University of Georgia - BS, Science Education - Biology
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:Elementary Math, Biology, Reading, Microbiology, Chemistry, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, Middle School Math, Essay Editing
" I am an avid reader and writer myself, and I love helping students express themselves with the written word. I also have experience tutoring Spanish and history, and love teaching those subjects as well. If you choose me to work with your student, you can be sure that I'll bring an organized, regimented, and fun approach to improving his or her skills. I look forward to meeting you!."
- Pepperdine University - BA, Sociology/Spanish
- University of Washington - JD, Law
Tutoring Subjects:Essay Editing, Spanish, College Essays, Writing, Reading, Elementary Math, Middle School Math, Grammar and Mechanics
"One of the things I love and find most rewarding about tutoring is the "Aha!" moment; that moment when it finally clicks for my students is the most exciting part of tutoring for me. I've grown up very academically driven, I was top ten in my class and was the STAR student of my school. I enjoy helping other students while keeping my own skills sharp as I'm preparing to apply for pharmacy school.."
- University of Georgia - BS, Chemistry
Tutoring Subjects:SAT, Algebra, Geometry, Middle School Math, SAT Writing, SAT Verbal, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, SAT Math, Chemistry, Elementary Math, ACT Math
"I like to draw, I like figuring out puzzles, I like to flip problems upside down (usually not literally) to solve them and explain to others how to reached the end. I am a recent UCSD graduate with a passion for learning and a drive to help others. Consequently, I’ve worked in education most of my life and aspire to become a medically/educationally transparent pediatrician. I feel all knowledge is accessible to anyone who wants it, so if you ask me, I’ll teach you anything I know how. If there’s ever a concept I come across that I don’t know, I’ll have fun working it through with you any way possible." ...
- Los Angeles Southwest Community College - N/A, Biology
- University of California, San Diego - B.S., Human Biology, Psychology minor
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, Physics, Trigonometry, Grammar and Mechanics, Calculus, Chemistry, Reading, Biology, Physiology, Elementary Math, Anatomy, Geometry, Writing, Pre-Calculus, Middle School Math, Essay Editing, College Essays, Phonics
"Starting from when I was 12, I have been a tutor to many kids of all ages and learning abilities from grades four to sophomore year of college. My goal is to not only teach, but to inspire in all aspects and areas of growth. For this reason, I have worked with special needs children at a summer camp, I am currently head coach of a youth water polo team and a girl’s club volleyball team, and I am working to start a mentoring summer camp type organization abroad for underprivileged children in my year off before medical school. Tutoring to me has become another one of the fortunate opportunities in my life--an opportunity I look forward to sharing with ...
- Rutgers University - BS, Biomedical Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:Physics, Pre-Calculus, Biology, SAT, Organic Chemistry, MCAT, French, Middle School Math, Calculus, Chemistry, Algebra, ACT Math, Elementary Math, Physiology, Anatomy
"I have four years of one on one and group tutoring experience in a majority of math based subjects. I have worked with high school and college level students in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus and Statistics. I like to use a three part tutoring method that: 1) determines what the student does not understand, 2) walks step by step through example problems, and 3) requires the student to show me that a problem can be completed independently.."
- University of Maryland, College Park - BS, Computer Engineering
- Emory University - MBA, Finance
Tutoring Subjects:PSAT, Algebra, Finance, Calculus, Geometry, GMAT, Pre-Calculus, Middle School Math, SAT Math, Statistics, Elementary Math
"I have tutored various subjects, math being my strong suit. I love all sorts of math, ranging from algebra and geometry all the way to calculus. I have always had a knack for helping people understand math, walking them through problems step by step. I have been tutoring my peers since I was in 8th grade, but my first paid client was in my sophomore year in high school."
- UCI - BS, Math
Tutoring Subjects:Chemistry, Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Elementary Math, Algebra, ACT Math, Calculus, Middle School Math
" My focus is on math and science, from the most basic to relatively complex calculus and chemistry. I have previously tutored a wide variety of students in the past, starting with my classmates in high school and continuing into college. My key to successful tutoring was to both find how to best communicate with the student and also instill confidence in the knowledge of the material. Anxiety over a particular teacher or test tends to disappear once this is accomplished. I enjoy helping others bring about success in the lives of others and look forward to doing so with all levels of students. My free time is spent enjoying outdoor Austin, ...
- University of Texas - Dual BA, Business Economics and Government
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, Geometry, ACT Math, Middle School Math, Chemistry, Elementary Math, Pre-Calculus, Statistics, Physics, ACT Science, Calculus
"I hope to spend a few years working before I head to graduate school to pursue a PhD in History of Art. With this advanced degree, I hope to start a career as a curator at a museum. In the next few years, I would like to start learning German and possibly continue my Russian language study. I would like to spend more time with Europe, after a very fulfilling study abroad experience in college, perhaps for scholarly research on French or Dutch art, and to continue perfecting my French.."
- Yale University - BA, History of Art
Tutoring Subjects:Spanish, Reading, Writing, SAT Verbal, Grammar and Mechanics, Middle School Math, Algebra, College Essays, SAT Writing, French, History, Elementary Math, Essay Editing
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