As a former Honor Roll student, who took AP Classes in high school, and assumed leadership positions in community service to prepare for entering a competitive college, I love to share my academic arsenal with students motivated to excel in their studies, and enter professional life prepared to succeed. I come from a family of educators - both of my parents teach, and promote educational initiatives. As a firm believer in a well-rounded education, I like to tutor subjects that exercise both Right-brained & Left-brained skill sets.
Whatever a student's personal goals, I'm the coach who can help a student leverage their own personal learning style to perform: ace technical details, harness the power of repetition, and take advantage of the revising process the goes into producing polished results that land the job, the account, or gain an applicant entry to his or her university of choice.
As keynote speaker of the Youth Toastmasters high school program, I can offer a structured perspective on planning and executing a speech, preparing mentally for the experience of public speaking, and constructively reviewing a completed speech.
As a detail-oriented, mathematical thinker working in Billing, I can provide Algebra students with insight into working with formulas, identifying exceptions to mathematical rules, and identifying errors in logic. I like to refer to one of the golden rules of mathematics: make sure your results can be replicated by anyone correctly using your method.
Classic literature has always had a place in my life, in and out of school. The lessons classic literature can teach the average reader is what makes great works of fiction like the Great Gatsby and Anna Karenina still relevant today. I'm also well-versed in the sentence, grammar, and paragraph structure that play into crafting an essay that will make the grade.
Boston University - Bachelors, Political Science