...There are so many new terms and formulas and word problems... but what do they all mean? That's where I come in! Whether you feel totally lost or just need a little extra help, I would love to show you much sense math makes when you hear it in language you can understand. (read more)
...I usually find the way to make the topics easy and understandable for students and motivate them to ask questions. After going through the subjects together and making sure the students are comfortable with the subject, the next step is letting the students practice the topics. however this depends on the topic. some topics are more time consuming. I have been teaching for almost 7 years. (read more)
...I have a Bachelor's of Science from California Institute of Technology (CIT), an incredibly challenging university. My teaching style is one of:
* LISTENING to see what your student is doing; to learn how he or she thinks.
* ENCOURAGING students to push a little farther; to show them what they... (read more)
...My students' average score two years ago on the AP Calculus exam was 4.5 on a 5-point scale. I have been reading additional texts in the last 6 years to help students understand better that their struggles with calculus are the same as the brightest minds on the planet in the times of Newton and... (read more)
I am a recent college graduate, with my undergrad in Physics and Applied Mathematics from the University of Chicago, and a Master's from UC San Diego in Mechanical Engineering. I am a former peer-to-peer tutor in high school, and I have also been a teacher for an inner city high school program. I am skilled in most forms of mathematics, and in physics. (read more)