Hello, my name is Fritz, I've just finished Grad School and have a passion for the sciences and for helping people learn how to write and communicate effectively.
I have an in-depth background in the sciences, graduating with a bachelor's degree in sciences (and a minor in english).
As someone who initially struggled with learning in my early education, I know how challenging the learning process can be for sciences and english (and can empathise). I found my way through school by working hard and having the right influences in my education (tutors and teachers!), and am ready to pay it forward.
Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
For me going through highschool and college, the most important thing was figuring out the way I processed information. As a tutor that is my first step with a student, making our time spent together much more efficient and worthwhile (for the both of us).
Establishing confidence and trust are also quite important, and allow a student to ask questions freely without feeling insecure about their skill level.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have 10 years experience in the field of sciences, having done tutoring throughout my time in college and graduate school.
Throughout that time I have worked as a tutor throughout all levels of academia, and did volunteer work in community education as well.
I am well versed in subjects such as biology, physiology, anatomy, chemistry, and writing.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
Dependent on the work!
For one-on-one tutoring in person the price will go up slightly to compensate for transit/travel expense.