I am a graduate of Valdosta State University. I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology. While in college, I provided help for several students during my four years. I have helped students in grade school with Elementary Math, Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics while volunteering at homeless shelters in Valdosta. I also provided free assistance to students and residents in various math courses such as College Algebra and Statistics through one-on-one sessions from student referrals by professors, classmates, and residents under my supervision. However, the subject that I am most passionate about within Math and love to tutor would be Algebra. As a student, I have experienced my share of ups and downs when it came to Algebra, but I continued to work through the difficulties and found ways to make learning more fun so that it no longer felt like work. This is what I hope to share and provide for all of my students, and maybe they too will begin to enjoy Math. While working with me, sessions will be tailored specifically to the students needs. I believe that in order to provide help, the sessions must remain organized. My sessions begin with identifying the issues and reviewing the lesson. Then we finish with practice problems because I believe that practice makes perfect, especially with Math. My goal is to ensure that the student is able to use the methods provided within their classes so they remain on track, and are able to build on the skills outside of the tutoring sessions. In my spare time, I enjoy studying for my Law School exam (LSAT), drawing, listening to music and podcasts, learning ways to invest, and video gaming.