...I know that I am an effective tutor because I am able to convey information in many different ways so that students have the opportunity to understand a subject from different viewpoints. I feel that this is necessary because when students are able to tackle a question in more than one way, they... (read more)
I am a sophomore at Brown University, currently working towards a B.S. in computer science and a B.A. in physics. I've successfully tutored high school students for the past four years in math (and can tutor up to Calculus III), physics, and ACT test prep (My own score was a 36).
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...I graduated with a 3.86 GPA (summa cum laude) at Michigan after taking primarily upper level EECS classes. I also augmented my teaching experience by serving as an Instructional Aide for EECS 482 (Introduction to Operating Systems) in which I led discussion sections and held office hours. I've ... (read more)
...After I completed my high school, I started tutoring mathematics to other students; although this was over 30 years ago, I still remember the satisfaction I felt when those students graduated high school and went on to pursue college degrees. After my BS and MS degrees in Mathematics, I taught for 12 years in universities in the USA. Currently, I am teaching as an Adjunct College Professor. (read more)
...For me, mathematics is about making connections. It is not about memorizing formulas and theorems but about seeing where these results fit into the larger picture. This can really be brought to life in one-on-one tutoring sessions. (read more)