...In middle school, I had to take Algebra twice. In college, I had to take Calculus twice. I wasn't able to grasp these subjects until I found a way to break down the confusing topics into very easy-to-understand language (the same language I now use with my students).
I also invented clever/rhym... (read more)
...One of the reasons I chose my college and graduate school was that students were exposed to a wide variety of subjects in the sciences and humanities. My education spanned natural biological sciences, chemistry, and geology, plus technical fields like developmental biology, genetics, and physics... (read more)
...I worked with 12 years olds for three summers during college and loved it! I also worked with 8-year-olds as an after school leader for two school years during college. I haven't taught as a teacher in a classroom, but I do have experience engaging youth in subjects they may not love. (read more)
...While I cannot guarantee scores exactly like mine, I can help students learn the test-taking techniques that helped me succeed with the PSAT, SAT, and any other multiple choice test. There are two ways of studying for the PSAT and the SAT. The first is to study the actual material, which involves reviewing geometry, algebra I and II, vocabulary, and grammar. (read more)
...Transcripts are available upon request for the statements made above. With my undergraduate majors of physics and mathematics, I had to be trained in elementary probability theory. Formally, I took one junior-level mathematics course in Probability and its applications, and I received a strong "A" in the course. (read more)