I'm a Senior Mathematics major studying at the College of Wooster in Ohio. While in school, I work part time aiding High school and early college students taking introductory calculus courses or studying for the SAT.
In high school, I scored in the 92-percentile range for the Math SAT and often helped fellow students on an informal basis. Before formalizing my teaching experience, I was always able to connect with other students on an individual basis and help them grasp new concepts. When I teach, I focus on the connections with a certain topic to real world applications, making for an interesting and engaging experience.
I am now in my fourth year of a Mathematics Major and have been helping other students for 2 years. I studied Calculus 1-3, Set theory, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and statistics and Operations Research. Many of the students I taught in introductory calculus courses did well in these higher-level courses. I would often see them in groups of 3-4 and review practice problems for an exam, taking extra time to go over more difficult problems.
For those who are still struggling with math, I find reward in not only helping them understand a certain topic, but reshaping the way they perceive it. I want to make sure that no one I tutor will be afraid of math again.
I structure sessions based on student's specific and individual needs so be sure to provide some background on the topic at hand.
Let me help you conquer the challenges of new math topics and find academic success!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: The College of Wooster - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1350
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