...I saw my mile time go from 8:45 to 5:15 over the course of five years. I attribute my success not only to my consistent running and training schedule but also my off-time schedule. Being a Computer Science major, I needed to take several programming languages. (read more)
...I chose to become a teacher because I connect very well with children, and being a mother of four myself, I am very involved with my own children's education as well as that of my students. I enjoy teaching as it gives me a chance to interact with the future of the world and make a real difference! If you refer me to a friend and they sign up for a lesson, I award you with one free session. (read more)
$59/hr: public places near tutor, 1.5 hrs minimum/session.
$55/hr: online, 1 hr minimum/session. Standardized tests: 2 hrs minimum/session online or in-person. Cancellation Policy:
Cancellation/rescheduling within 24 hours and no-shows are subject to the full amount due for the whole time slot booked.Algebra 1 is one of the most common subjects I have come across with my students. (read more)
...At Carnegie Mellon University, I taught three semesters of Intro to Theater, where I guided students new to the form in both written and in-class presentation skills, based on both general analysis and close reading. As a private tutor, I have worked with students from elementary to graduate sch... (read more)
...I am happy to travel locally, but also have significant experience and success working with students online. I also provide online essay editing for my students when they need a paper polished in a hurry. During my senior year at Rice University, I received a fellowship after my many professors realized I had taken twice as many English courses as any other student in my graduating class. (read more)