I wish to help younger kids as well as adolescents learn math, in order to grow and reach the expectations their parents have set. I have worked at Kumon for 3 years and have helped teach kids both math and reading while there. I have been in the accelerated math program since 7th grade, and have always been a year or two ahead, and am currently on track to graduate college a year early of my class!
I love to help people, especially kids who need it. I also think it’s important for kids to live up to their parents expectations, and one of these expectations would be getting good grades in classes, therefore I’d love to help that happen!
I am really happy that I asked Arnav to tutor me. He is really patient, even upon being asked the same question multiple times. He will also try to explain the same things using multiple approaches if he sees you aren't fully understanding what he is saying. I really feel like I learned a lot with him.
Math was never really my strongest subject, but after undergoing just a few sessions with Arnav I began to enjoy it more every day. He makes the topics interesting and engaging so that I never got frustrated if I didn’t understand something, rather he helped me work through my difficulties and eventually understand the material in depth.
He is very patient and has a unique way of teaching. He’s helpful in many ways. Highly recommended.
he is very smart :)
I like to first show them how to approach the problem, and then how to solve it. Next I like to work through it together, and then of course, I allow them to do one on their own and then I check their work.
I worked at Kumon for 3 years, and helped many kids with both math and reading during my time there.
I don’t have any standard pricing, however I would like to usually get around at least $15 an hour.
I was interested in some part time money, and found Kumon to be a good place to start because I always wanted to help kids as well.
I’ve woeked with all ages from 3-18, and love teaching all types of kids!
I would tell the student to make sure to hire someone who doesn’t blindly teach, but understands where the student is going wrong, so he/she can get help fixing the mistake.