I've always had a love for learning, and through my studies I have found that the best way to learn something is to teach it to someone else. This, along with my strong desire to help those in need, lead to the discovery that I really enjoy helping others learn through tutoring. Coming from an engineering background, I understand how tough STEM concepts can be. I find it really rewarding to work through problems step-by-step with others in order to help them achieve a level of understanding in which they feel confident in the material. To me, it's easiest to learn through example, repitition, and mind tricks/associations to help me remember a concept; so this is the way I approach tutoring other students.
I've been tutoring for about 2-3 years on and off. Mostly with friends and family as my clients, and currently I'm looking to expand. As previously stated, I come from an engineeing and STEM background. I'm surrently enrolled as a student in materials science engineering at Alfred University in Alfred NY, so I'm well versed in a wide variety of maths and sciences. On top of this, I've been on the dean's list multiple times, and I'm currently an ambassador for Alfred University's honors program.
My e-mail to contact me further is [email protected]
I was nervous about doing online tutoring and that it would not be as helpful. My session with Hogan felt like it was in person! He was patient with me, went at my pace, let me try to do the problems on my own when I wanted to, and always let me ask questions. I feel very confident in my business calc exam tomorrow and will be coming back to him for future tutoring. Highly recommended.
I was nervous to do online tutoring and that it wouldn't be as helpful but it felt like William was in person! I feel so much more confident about my Business Calculus exam and will be hiring William again for future tutoring.
Typically, I like working through a given problem step-by-step, and then focus on explaining things more in depth upon the completion of a problem. I like to teach though example and repitition; and if necessary, tricks to help memorize concepts.
I'm currently enrolled as a materials science engineer at Alfred University. I've completed the majority of my course-work, and am well-versed in maths and sciences. I'm currently a member of my university's honors program, and I have been on the dean's list multiple times with a GPA over 3.5.
Typically I charge about $20-40/hour depending on a given assignment or concept. This can be negotiatied before a session begins.
I got started just helping my peers out with gen-eds in my underclassman years at Alfred University. Along with this, I also would help out friends and family.
I've only ever worked with high school, and college students. Mostly students who just need a different perspective at looking at a topic to understand it better, which I am able to provide.
It's important to know their credibility beforehand, and verify that what you're being taught by them is indeed correct. It's also crucial that a teacher teaching areas of STEM be open-minded when it comes to explaining things in a way that an individual student can understand.
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