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...instilled at a young age as I had a deep love of Legos. My favorite subject to tutor is algebra. Algebra features so many of the basic mathematical tools which become instinct in higher level math like calculus, my favorite subject to study. I have a varied repertoire of subjects which I tutor as I do consider myself a renaissance man. I bring my bold and fresh teaching approach to all subjects and students. I...
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...Brigham Young University, and am currently an undecided major. I have a passion for tutoring and helping my pupils succeed. I am charismatic, fun, hardworking, spontaneous, and reliable! I am more than a guy with a brain; I have an ability to connect with people on a personal level. As you will see, my various tactics and approaches when it comes to tutoring are as effective as they are unique and engaging.... Students learn, retain, and...
...Science major at the University of Minnesota. In addition to being a tutor at Grade Potential, I work as a debate coach at Como Park High School in St. Paul. I have previously worked as volunteer tutor at East Side Neighborhood Services and as a Resident Assistant at the University of Michigan Summer Debate Institute. This summer I will also be working with high school students at the Minnesota Debate and Advocacy Workshop.
...am also gifted in some of the fine arts. I am currently working toward obtaining my BS/MS in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. As a tutor, I will give my all to help each and every student not only do well in their current class or on the standardized exam they preparing for, but to give them the skills necessary to perform at high levels at every facet of their...
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...Marshall College with a major in Economics and a minor in Math. I have been tutoring for the last five years and have taught several subjects including Math (Algebra, Trigonometry, SAT, and SAT Subject Tests), Physics (High school and SAT Subject Tests), SAT Writing, and Economics (High school and AP level). I am extremely passionate about teaching and have taught students of several age groups (12 through 19). I would love to continue this passion...
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