I've been teaching Math to highschool students since 2013. I did take a break from teaching, to get my MBA, and here I am, stepping into the world of teaching again! And it's not just highschool math, let's dive into corporate finance and economics while we're at it!
My mentor used to say, "you haven't understood it well enough if you can't explain it". I've always loved math, and if you hate it, I believe i can change your mind.
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I’ve worked with Munir on my corp. Finance and Economics classes, and all I want to say is; I’ve never seen a more patient tutor than him. I had 0 knowledge on Economics and I had to take a 400level college course, and his help is the only thing that saved me (B+ is wayyy better than an F😂)
Tutoring is on point. Fun methods of learning. Keep up the good work
It was pretty good. Easy methods to follow, easy learning and he’s been my tutor since 3 years now. Helped me alot with algebra and trigonometry.
Great knowledge of math, very good at teaching as well!
First step is always determining what a student is confident with, and then work your way up.
I've tutored several high school students who needed concept clarity for math taught in middle school. That might be a problem for some, but not for me.
I'll help them through their foundations before they think of building the floors!
I have experience teaching math to a class of 80-100 students, and I have one-on-one tutoring experience as well.
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Each student is different, I'll take a free session to analyze how and where to start, and we can proceed from there
I've tutored a wide range of students, from elementary school, to highschool, to university.
The credentials of the teacher are not as important as his ability to teach.
My favorite math professor was a genius. A gold medalist from a top university in India, and he authored 2 great books for College math. But, he was a terrible teacher. He could work well with students who understood him, but he wasn't versatile enough.
My best advice is "find someone who can drop the explanation down to your level of understanding"
If you're in grade 9 and having trouble, you need to ask yourself, "if i were to give my grade 8 math exam today, would i ace it?"
Analyse what you understand and what you don't. And if you start feeling stuck, I'm here to help!
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