I've worked with a variety of ages throughout my life. As the oldest out of five children, I was always helping my little siblings (currently 13, 10, 6, and 4) with their homework, but I never thought more than this. I was just being an older sibling. However, once I started tutoring in mathematics at high school when I was an officer for my school's math honor society (Mu Alpha Theta), I started to realize that I geniuely enjoy helping and teaching others. Once I realized how much I enjoyed teaching math, I made it a priority in all the academic clubs I was in. Because being able to help others should be a number one priority as a leader in your school and community. I've decided to carry this priority with me when I transitioned to college. Online tutoring is the best way for me to do this because it's flexible with my schedule, but I will always try to be as accommodating as I can with the students I tutor.
Since I could remember, mathematics has always been the subject I've always enjoyed in school. It clicked in my brain and it was just always one of my easiest classes. And I love teaching math almost as much as I love learning it. When I'm teaching math, I'm talking about a subject I truly understand and grasp. I feel confident in myself and I want to use my abilities to help other people understand it.
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I have no standard pricing at all. I'm not tutoring for the money (I currently have two jobs, one of them involves tutoring my classmates at my university). I'm tutoring to help students in mathematics, simple as that. I will ask for $10/hour, but we can work around that if that's a problem.
I've worked with students of all ages, from my little brother in pre-k to college students right now. I've learned how to approach topics differently based on background knowledge and age.