I am currently a Senior Chemistry major student at Howard University. I transferred from Prince George's Community college where I majored in General Education. While at school, I enrolled into the AVID tutoring program, STEM collegian and SIR student programs. Through these platforms, I was exposed to many activities of leadership and community service. The AVID tutoring program was most significant because, I was able to reach out to middle and high school students who needed help in math.

My effectiveness as a tutor comes from my ability to communicate and listen attentively to each individual's needs. Given the fact that everyone has different levels of comprehension, I aim at understanding the specific area of weakness and strength for each individual. I then start from what you know and understand easily to what seems to be confusing or difficult to understand. I also make sure that as soon as a concept becomes clear, we move on to solve as many problems as possible relating to that concept for more understanding.

I acquired most tutoring skills at PGCC and HU math labs (the schools I attended). The math labs were used primarily for helping students finish-up assignments on time, improve grades in math courses, prepare for math placement exams and get an overall understanding of any subject matter relating to math. At these labs, I did a work-study program and served as a volunteer for 20 hours every week. I helped college students get better grades, get a better understanding of the subject matter and complete their homework in a timely manner. My joy and satisfaction came from the feedback I got from students who would say "you helped me get an A on my exam" , "you helped me pass this class" and many students said "math isn't that hard." I specialize in tutoring the basic concepts/courses in math which I believe is the basis for getting a good grasp of the subject matter. I grew up loving math because I spend hours in my early years in school trying to understand the basic concepts and once I got a hold of certain concepts, it set a tone for higher level math and made it seem so easy. Easier than English. I love tutoring all Grade school courses in math and Pre/intermediate and college Algebra.