I am currently a 4th year medical student who has some spare time on his hands and is super passionate about teaching others. I have been tutoring for most of my life. I started off volunteering my free time in high school, then I officially started tutoring in undergrad and even in medical school. I have been doing it for years and it brings me a lot joy and satisfaction to see others succeed. I am a CRLA certified tutor, have experience in teaching from middle schoolers all the way to medical students. The number one thing I pride myself with is creating a comfortable environment where students feel encouraged to ask questions and end up learning the concept not the question. My job is to one day make you independent from tutors, and I will get you there.
Being able to see students progress into their maximum potential is something I strive to achieve with everyone. I also keep in mind that these connections with these students can be lifelong and I am not only a tutor, but also a friend. I try to always keep a smile on my face and hopefully we'll be teaching AND having some fun!
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
I always try to let the student take charge at first. It's important we find the weak points in your foundation and tackle them together. After that, we target them together as a team and review test-taking strategies.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have been a learner and educator for almost all my life. I think knowledge is the number one thing we can give back to other people.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
Everything is flexible and dependable on you and your situation. Please message me to find out and we can work on it together.
How did you get started teaching?
I started off as a volunteer in high school and I fell in love with seeing others grow and being able to solve problems on their own.
What types of students have you worked with?
Middle school, High school, undergrad, and even medical students.