...I have identical twin boys. My mother is a twin and she had two sets of twins; and, her mother had three sets of twins. I retire with 20 years of active-duty service in the Army this November 2018. (read more)
...I have also received my South Carolina Professional teaching license. My aim as a tutor is two-fold. First, I want to support students with their current assignments (homework, test/quiz prep). During our sessions, I will help students stay organized and implement review material from past lessons that we covered. (read more)
...I worked as a math tutor at The College of Charleston for two semester. I also have 800 hours of undergraduate research experience at The Medical University of South Carolina. At Clemson, I am continuing undergraduate research in molecular dynamic simulations of pore forming toxins using Clemson's supercomputer, The Palmetto Cluster. (read more)
...Spelling does, however, remain an important and integral part of effective communication. Little tricks like "i before e" and "silent e at the end makes the vowel in front of it say its name" help young spellers become lifelong good spellers. Elementary math spans from learning numbers to beginning algebraic equations. (read more)
I am great with kids and young adults. I am really patient and flexible in teaching styles.
With a bachelor's degree in math and previous tutoring experience, I am an ideal candidate to help your students. Math is my favorite subject, but I am also strong in science.