...I try to emulate the habits of my favorite professors to provide my students a fun and valuable learning experience. I've worked as a math tutor in high school and in college and have been a chess coach for the past fifteen years, even training a few state champions. My teaching style is very scientific and similar to how I teach chess to my students. (read more)
...I know how intimidating these subjects can be, however, with a little bit of work and guidance, it is possible to excel in both math and science.I'm skilled at math, and have taken math courses up through calculus. I've tutored algebra 1 in the past. In addition, I have taught students (psychology and stats) at the college level. (read more)
...This makes both the student and I's job all the more difficult. When parents get tutors around this time, we are then playing a game of "catch up." I find that my students work best when we consistently meet, even at the beginning of the school year when they may not "need" a tutor as much. Reg... (read more)
...From being asked to condense complex environmental issues into short, succinct papers to generating linear algebra proofs from a genuine understanding, I have seen the benefits of a well-rounded education. As Amherst I have greatly benefited from the class sizes and small student-to-teacher rati... (read more)
...I received a 5 on the AP Calculus BC calculus exam back in High School and got an A in Calculus III my first semester of college at Arizona State University. I have been tutoring Calculus since January 2013 (I also tutored Calculus I while in High School to some fellow classmates).
I have also... (read more)