I was born in Bangladesh. Tutoring has been a part of my life since I was very young. Being the oldest sibling in the house, my parents wanted me to set an example for my younger siblings. My brother is currently being homeschooled and my sister is in her second year of college. I try my best to get my work out of the way so I can help them out, because thats what I was taught from a very young age.
As a child, my parents took me from tutoring center to tutoring center, and I did learn a lot from my tutors, but when I was in 7th grade, I was in a private school, and had a really hard math teacher. He challenged everyone and taught at a much higher level than he was supposed to but I ended up being one of a handful of people that passed that class. If it wasn't for the help of my private tutor, I don't know how I would've passed. I still remember how good I felt, knowing I didn't need to go back to retake the final exam in the summer. The one thing that I learned from this was that I had the ability to do anything I set my mind to, if I put in the right amount of hard work and dedication.
When 8th grade came around and I got accepted a top NYC specialized high school, I couldn't be happier. I knew it would be tough, but I was ready. While I was a sophomore at Brooklyn Technical High School, my mother got a call from a friend of hers asking if I could help her daughter out with her homework. I went and helped her out and we began seeing each other once a week. At the end of the year, the mother was so happy with her daughters progress that she recommended me to her friends. This was where I began my tutoring experience.
As the years went on, I realized how much tutoring has always kept me on toes trying to improve, and always trying to do more. Throughout my years, I've done many jobs, including working at Walgreens, a Driving School, at Allstate as an Insurance Agent, even working at a tutoring center. I can honestly say none of these feel as rewarding as private tutoring because I love being able to teach children and learn from them at the same time. Although I'm still currently a full-time student at Baruch College, and part-time Insurance Broker, I always find time for my students. The respect my students have for me I always reciprocate back to them because at the end of the day, we're all living life, learning more about it every step we take.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: CUNY Bernard M Baruch College - Current Undergrad, Accounting
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