I first started tutoring as a freshman in college. I volunteered with a group that met at a local church and helped children with their schoolwork while their parents took classes at the church. I worked with middle school children and helped them with math and reading. Later, one of my professors asked me to tutor his friend's college-age grandson in chemistry. We met for several hours a night, two to three nights a week, and although we worked hard, we both had a lot of fun. He improved greatly in the time I worked with him, and it was incredibly rewarding to watch him master concepts that he once found difficult.
I hope to be able to help students understand the material they are studying and make it their own. By building an understanding of a subject based on the individual student's strengths, my goal is to help students achieve a lasting mastery that will be available to them throughout their academic career and beyond.
Undergraduate Degree: Baylor University - Bachelors, Chemistry
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