I am a Research Technician working in Chicago. I've been in basic science for 5+ doing bench top biochemistry, physics, and practical engineering. My skillset makes no sense, I can program in python, and plan and execute ELISA assays on frozen mouse tumors, and explain to you what nucleophile is! I am employed full-time with a GREAT job in science, but I'm looking to make extra money. I was a Tutor in college for a couple of years working with high school and college students on a large array of topics, I'm looking to put my skills back to the test to help you in school!
I am a fantastic math tutor because my career is in science, when people say "but who is going to use math in real life?" I always say ME! I DO! because working in science means understanding data, statistics, mathematical models, and calculus. Why do you need to know what slope intercept form of a linear equation is? Because it lets to do regression models to find out the relationship between variables under different conditions!
Tutoring for me is as much about grounding the material in useful topics as it about explaining the mechanics that underlie the material. Sure you could memorize all the formulas in the world for that trigonometry test, or you can learn what those sin() and cos() symbols really mean and derive the formulas on the fly!
Contact me if you want to engage with the material! Let's learn something!