I am a student at Harvard majoring in computer science. I have been passionate about STEM since I was young, and have plenty experience teaching people of all ages.
I enjoy what I do because the satisfaction of my students success keeps me motivated to teach. That's why my classes are very affordable, and at a great value.
One of the best math teachers I ever had. Super clear and nice and knows how to teach unlike most math teachers who just give you the answer or just repeat the same stuff.
I went to Shane’s highschool and was a freshman when he taught me as a senior. He is a great teacher and very smart and he answers questions better than any of my other teachers. He brought my grade from an 89 to a 93 which eliminated my stress for finals.
I prefer to hear the students strengths and weaknesses from the parents so I can get an idea of how to best teach the student. In addition, I require a day in advance notice of what material the student would like to learn/review. Usually, I hold my sessions on Skype, with a video call in place.
I'm a straight A student at Harvard University and was a member of the Math Honors Society in my school, where I helped several students with topics ranging from simple additions, to complex Algebra. I'm currently in an advanced Calculus class so I know my way around a math problem, and I have plenty experience teaching to kids with different needs.
Prices are very affordable and range anywhere from $10-20 depending on the type of material being taught, and the students needs. My prices are very negotiable and reasonable as I remember growing up in need of help in other subjects, and being disappointed by the fact that the tutors were overcharging 3 times more than what I am.
I started learning I had a gift in Mathematics when I was just 13 years old, learning Calculus with seniors in high school. I loved teaching my peers and going to the Math center at my school to help kids with math.