I am a math loving college student who enjoys working on mathematical problems and intrigued by how math have solved so many of our daily problems.
I have taught math for more than 5 years while still learning it in school so I can feel where students get stucked with most of the time as I am also a student myself.
I am planning to teach math in a way to make sure my students understand the fundamental concept behind every question that enables them solve similar problems while understanding what they are all about and how to go about them.
It's time to XcelYou in doing the math you loved and acing the tests and exams that used to scare you.
I like the feeling I get when I finally solve a problem that I thought was difficult at first. I also like to see my student's delight after learning a new concept.
What I like best about Ahmed's tutoring is the fact that he takes his time to show all of the steps/breakdowns on the very well needed technics needed to understanding how yo solve an equation.
He taught me math when I needed the most and his step by step strategy helped me understand Algebra. I would highly recommend this tutor!
I like to introduce the topic that relates to a certain question briefly before solving any question so it can make much more sense to the student what I am trying to do
I charge $25 an hour or per session. I don't stop the session untill the student understands the concept even if it passed the allotted time. I am sure it will be worth it for sure.
I voluntarily started teaching math to students who needed help at the time and realized I can make a good tutor based on the experience I've had and the feedbacks I got from my students.
High school and middle school students
Anyone can be a tutor but a good tutor is someone who relates to the students and teaches them the way they themselves wanted to be taught at school.
Did I review the lessons I was given in class?
Did I practice and try again and again? Practice makes perfect!
What part of the lesson given in class do I need to reinforce?