...I have worked with students who range in age from 10 to 60+.
A lot of people know math, a lot of people can tutor math, but for me it's about the individual needing help. Everyone has their own style of learning. It takes time and effort to figure out the best way to learn. (read more)
...Trigonometry is not taught as a standalone math subject in the US. It may be taught as part of geometry, Algebra 2, pre-calculus, or some combination of these classes depending on the school. The trigonometry that is tested on ACT and SAT math only involves fundamental concepts. (read more)
...My approach when tutoring is to find a way to bring the student to that "aha" moment when things become clear. Not just to become clear for its own sake, but clear enough that the student can solve problems. Sometimes we must dig around the topic until its secret becomes clear, and that is the core of the tutoring process for me. (read more)
...My interests include sports, art, and nature. I was an accomplished swimmer in high school and swam in college. I still love swimming and I enjoy many other sports, both participating in them and watching them on TV. (read more)
...I hope to talk to you soon!I graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a minor in Mathematics. I excelled at discrete mathematics and have taken courses in Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Number Theory, Probability, Linear Algebra, etc. I was also a peer tutor for many of these courses. (read more)