We are a group of high-achieving students who also happen to be really good at teaching. We have been teaching assistants at our college and have generally received positive reviews. We were previously tutors at Chegg and one of our tutors, Shaheer, received 100% ratings from hundreds of students he taught from all over the world. Our expertise is in subjects like AP/College Level Chemistry, Physics, Organic Chemistry, and Calculus and we strive to provide you with the best service.
Just helping out other students and make college a fun experience for them. Also as college students, it is a great way to connect with other college students throughout the world :)
He was very patient and helped me complete my assignment while making sure I understood what we were doing. Loved working with him and will work with him again
I always try to see things from their perspective. I always start with an introduction and try to create a comfortable/healthy environment for learning, I try to ask questions to the student if I notice they are not asking enough questions, and I always take feedback and ask them how I can add value to their experience.
I am a college student who has been tutoring professionally for quite a few years now. Last year I started tutoring at Chegg tutors around the same time and continued until they ceased operations in January 2021. I have been a very popular tutor on that platform and have received 100% ratings throughout my career at Chegg Tutors.
Yes, I usually charge $30 per hour.
I guess it runs in my family. My mother is a professional tutor, My grandad was a renowned professor and two of my cousins have their own academy.
I have mostly worked with college students with ages between 18-45 years old. Most of my students have been from the US (mostly Northeast and California) while I have also taught students in the UK, Sweden, Norway, Saudi Arabia, and Dubai. All of these students were STEM majors.
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PS: I live in Tampa
Always start with 30 minutes/1 hours to see if they are workable and that you not only feel comfortable around them but are also learning efficiently. Take more lessons from them if you find them helpful the first time.
They should go over the stuff that is troubling them the most and if possible make a checklist to make sure the teacher covers each item. If they miss anything make sure to communicate your needs as communication is vital.