Yo Math Tutor

Yo Math Tutor

5.0 (4)
1 employee
1 years in business

About this tutor

My name is Chadin! I am a third year engineering student at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. I have been studying mathmatics for a quite some time so I am extremely understanding of the many burdens and difficulties a student may have. Fear not! From my experiances at school I believe I have picked up plenty of effective techniques to master concepts ranging from basic mathematics all the way to calculus III. 

Math can be a very frustrating subject when concepts are unclear. My goal is to shape students into master problem solvers. Once you are a problem solver any type of math can be achieved. Everyone is different. That being said, I have various techniques up my sleeve to tend to the needs of the specific student. 

I have been tutoring fellow classmates since my time in highschool throughout college. I also tutor children nearby as well as my own relatives. They have all had very postive outcomes from my teachings. 

If you are interested in tutroing please let me know!

Cell phone: 862-258-0719

Email: [email protected]

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Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849
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4 Reviews

5.0

  • William Lee

    Good teacher. Really takes the time to make sure you get the material.

  • Emily Schwartz

    Chadin is a great tutor. She is patient, kind, and understanding. I enjoy her company. She’s also hilarious. 5 our of 5 ⭐️

  • Christian Slater

    Very relaxing to deal with and doesn't make Math feel so scary

  • Carson Fujisaki

    This tutor helped me with Algebra II when I was really struggling on my own. Made things easier to understand, especially quadratic equations



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When meeting a new student I would like to first know a little bit about themselves and their math history. This gives me a foundation of what methods will and will not work for them. I then like to set up a game plan which follows a few questions: What do you want to acheieve? When do you want to achieve it by? How will we meet our goals? The methods will vary pertaining to the students needs. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I currently study at the New Jersey Institute of Technolgy majoring in mechanical engineering. I have been studying math all my life and apply it everyday in school and in my day to day life. Because of this, I am very well versed and confident in what I know. 

I have been tutoring fellow classmates and younger children since highschool throughout college. I have been volunteering at my college to proctor exams and compeitions relating to STEM. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

My standard pricing for my lessons will vary starting from $10 an hour.


How did you get started teaching?

I got started in teaching by tutroing my friends in the same math class as myself. I have always found myself becoming bewildered in class forcing myself to look for alternative ways to study the material so I could simply keep up with the subject. This extra work paid off and lead me towards various effective methods of learning. Because I take the time to understand the subject I wanted to help my friends who were facing simliar issues to help them succeed. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with children from ages 7 to 12, highschoolers from ages 13 to 18, and college students ranging from ages 17 to 30. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Keep an open mind when becoming tutored. Concepts will seem very abstract in the beginning but with enough time and practice the math will add up! Teachers learn from their students too!


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Students should not be worried about asking too many questions. If you do not understand something, let the teacher know. If the teacher explains the answer and their reasoning is still unclear, let them know again! Students should try to look inwardly into why they do not understand the subject. Is it because you are not interested? Do you lack motivation? Is there something preventing you? Anything can be learned with the right approach and the right amount of time. 


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