...Part of my approach is to use practice tests and other tools to identify those weak areas that each student brings to the test. Then we dive deeply into them, using custom-prepared information packets and worksheets, to make sure that the student gets up to speed and has all the math knowledge that the test requires. But knowledge is only part of the picture. (read more)
...I also spend a lot of time tutoring during school and as part of after-school programs to prepare students for standardized tests as well as in-class assessments like tests and quizzes. I love teaching (and tutoring) because it is rewarding. It is great to make a personal connection with a student and to see them grow their confidence and ability. (read more)
...After graduating, I traveled to Africa, and taught 10th grade chemistry at a boarding school in Somaliland. Through all of these experiences I have been happiest when I can work one-on-one with a student and support them in the learning process. As a tutor, I strive to see things from my student's point of view, to explain concepts clearly, and to break down complex tasks into simple steps. (read more)
...Too many students believe that they are "bad at math", or "bad at science", when their real struggle has been with the demands of one-size-fits-all education. Some students miss out on learning in school because they have their own troubles at home in life, or with specific teachers or teaching styles. And some subjects - such as Evolution - are simply not taught in all school systems. (read more)
...Very knowledgable and willing to help. I highly recommend her"
- Andrew (31 lessons in statistics)
"Helped me understand the concepts right from the basics. Spent a lot of time making every part of the solution crystal clear for me. (read more)