...In school, I devoured every math course that was offered, and rapidly progressed as high as I possibly could in my secondary school education (which ended at Pre-Calculus).
I recognize that math is a critical component for a well-rounded education, especially among low-income students who are se... (read more)
...Possibly borrow the student's mathematical text book before you tutor them to refresh you memory of the lessons and brush up on your own skills. The absolute worst thing that can happen to you while tutoring is to not understand what you are trying to teach. 3) Clarity. You need to explain the problems slowly and clearly, so you do not confuse the student even more than he or she already is. (read more)
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...Ever since I finished school, I started tutoring and have been happily doing it for 3 years. With this level of education and experience, I can tutor from elementary level to graduate level. In addition to my physics/math and teaching background, I have computer skills ranging from Microsoft Office to troubleshooting common computer problems and to installing computer peripherals. (read more)