My passion for math is what lead me to pursue a degree in Electrical Engineering with a math minor. Over the past 8 years, I have tutored students in math across varying levels of difficulty. I teach students how to simplify a topic that may be initially difficult and assess areas of misunderstanding to improve problem solving abilities. I love teaching my favorite subject and I am adaptable to students needs, whether helping with homework, understanding a new concept, or refining study skills. Contact me and lets talk numbers!
Chris was the best tutor I could have ever asked for! He encouraged me when I was doubting myself and did not judge me for not understanding a topic. He helped me pass calculus within the last two weeks of the class!!! He was amazing!
Can’t believe I was able to find just a friendly, helpful person to assist me with math problems I’ve been struggling with for like years now... just a few clicks away too! Chris responded SO quickly and had great rates (in comparison to other people I’ve talked with)... he is extremely reasonable, and I can’t wait until my next session with him!
Though the main goal was, of course, to help me learn the material, his approach and demeanor were relaxed and conversational in a way that made the experience better than the standard script of “Here’s a math problem; here’s how you solve it.” It’s been one of the most routinely difficult subjects I’ve endured throughout my schooling, but Chris’s friendly, light-hearted demeanor coupled with his knowledge and patience made the initially torturous thought of dealing with even more math instruction much less daunting than I feared.
Chris made sure to help with my work. Even Answered the questions that I had that didn’t match what my problem set was. He is really understanding and made tutoring fun and not a chore.
When working with new students, I find it helpful to pinpoint a few specific areas of struggle, and then prioritize what issue to address first. In order to help students feel confident with difficult math problems, I break down problems into smaller more understandable steps. Then, I provide students with multiple practice problems until they reach the desired level of proficiency. Math is like working a muscle; the more you use it and tune it, the stronger it gets.