...At Randolph College, a very small liberal-arts school, connections with my peers and faculty were very important and I gained a number of writing and communication skills. Many relationships I formed came from the two years I spent tutoring other students as a work-study job. I tutored computer science, introductory physics, algebra and calculus. (read more)
...I use hands-on, life application and conventional teaching methods.I have taught Algebra 1 for several years. My experience has been in the classroom and tutoring students individually. I have a Secondary teaching certificate with the state of Michigan to teach this subject area (EX).
I have previously taught Algebra 2 at a high school level. (read more)
...Courses include Calculus, Elementary Statistics, Probability, Sampling, etc. I really enjoy working with students and answering their questions. It's my pleasure to work as a tutor and help students.I finished a BS and an MS in mathematics and a PhD in Statistics. (read more)
...The violin is a beautiful instrument and I love helping people learn it. For my beginner students, I use the Strictly Strings book. This book teaches how to correctly hold the bow and the violin as well as basic theory and fingerings. (read more)
...I have a good grasp of the verbal, biology, and physical science sections on the exam. I have done enough practice to be familiar with the style of questions asked on the MCAT and what strategies to use while studying for and taking the exam. My own MCAT score for the practice and actual exams were 90% (Total score: 33) percentile and higher. (read more)