Hello! My name is Nicholas or just Nick for short and I tutor Math ranging from Elementary to Algebra, Trigonometry, and Calculus. I am currently enrolled at Pikes Peak Early College and Pikes Peak Community College take a full credit load from PPCC. Some perks are I respond quickly, explain topics thoroughly, and not afraid to spend as much time as it takes to help understand something. I also have a lot of experience tutoring Highschool and entry-level College Math Classes.
Nick (or Koyla) is incredibly thorough with his tutoring. He’s very patient and can explain math problems better than even most college professors. 10/10 would recommend again.
Nick did a great job explaining everything that I needed help with in my class, he explains the concepts well and goes into detail with problems to show how every step works.
First, I like to understand where the student is in their studies then find what topics they might not understand. I then help them build a solid foundation so they may learn new topics easier.
I'm going to graduating high school with an Associates's Degree in General Studies with a Mathematics Emphasis. I also work at PPCC where I run open cultural discussions.
I'm pretty lenient with my pricing and usually accept whatever the student or person I'm tutoring can pay. But, my base price would be $10 per hour/lesson of tutoring.
I was very excelled in Mathematics from an early age so my teachers asked me to help other students who don't understand the topic well. From there I became would be a TA or just tutor and give math help to whoever needs it.
I've worked with students of all ages, from Elementary to Community College Students.
A recent event I am fond of finishing Math 121, 122, 166, and 201. Those Math Classes were difficult but definitely worth my time.
If you are a student looking to higher a teacher or tutor in mathematics, my advice would be to find someone who you click with and can work with well. It is hard to enjoy Mathematics or any tutoring in general if your Teacher and you do not get along well.
Questions students should think through before talking to teachers about their needs is what level do they want to understand the topic to, and what are they missing.