At Varsity Tutors, I hope that I can contribute well to your education. Much of my experience involves peer tutoring; in high school, I aided younger classmen on concepts that I had learned in years prior to them. These topics would be related to math (Algebra 1-4, Pre-Algebra, Trigonometry, and Calculus), as well as AP Chemistry. I helped other students starting my sophomore year and continued to provide afterschool sessions until I left high school. During my time in college, I have also tutored peers in mathematics (typically Calculus 1-3) as well as general and organic chemistry. My experience in both high school and college includes formal and informal tutoring. Much of the aforementioned experience pertains to one-on-one or small-group tutoring.
In addition to enjoying tutoring, I also enjoy seeing my students succeed. In middle school, I struggled to find motivation in the field of mathematics, as many of my teachers didn't spend enough time supporting me and their other students. Only in high school did I grow very interested in math, as my teachers set enough time aside to discuss the material and to further student interest through math's wide-reaching applications. This success follows me through the advanced math classes I have taken such as Calculus and Linear Algebra. Thus, I believe that even one interested, caring and motivated individual can unleash any student's great potential.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Washington-Seattle Campus - Current Undergrad, Chemical Engineering
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