I am a third year accounting student at the University of Florida and I have always had a passion for math. I have been tutoring since I was in highschool and I have a lot of experience with the AP Exam.
I achieved a score of 5 on Calculus AB, a 5 on BC, and I took Calculus 2 at UF and earned an A. I have also taken Statistics at UF and AP Statistics.
I have been working online for a year now as and I believe that I have found a good method to achieve that through Zoom. I have an online whiteboard and I can make it feel like the student really is in a high-resource class.
I like how she has a whiteboard to explain problems and she is really prepared. She helped me so much with pre-calculus. She knows so many math tricks too.
New students get to know me first and they can show me the type of math they are struggling on. I would like to see pictures of their work so I can get a better understanding of what they know and do not know. On the first meeting I generally do not tutor, I just ask questions to find out where they are. This meeting is significantly shorter than following ones.
For the following meetings, I ask that students send me a couple things at least 2 days before we meet.
1. The topic/homework/problems they are struggling with
2. Any problem that they have attempted to work through
I have tutored children remotely age 10-18 for the past 2 years.
I have a lot of experience with all the AP math exams.
Before I was an accounting major, I was a math major with intention of teaching High School Math.
INITIAL MEETING FREE
$40 Per hour for Calculus 1/2 AB/BC
$35 per hour for AP Statistics/Statistics 1 and Pre-Calculus
$30 per hour for Algebra 1/2, Geometry, and elementary/middle school math