Math Tutoring

Math Tutoring

5.0 (1)
1 employee
3 years in business

About this tutor

I'm a 14 year old girl looking for a job which will allow me to motivate others to work hard in their academic careers. I'm very new to tutoring as I've only had 2 previous students, but have always helped my friends and family with maintaining their grades. While my age and inexperience may cause some to not consider me as a respectable tutor, I hope you can take me seriously as I know how to help struggling students understand math. I sincerely love working with numbers, which is why I want to get a job based around doing so.

I love seeing how I can help improve my students grades. Numbers always make me calmer, so being on the job is both fun and relaxing for me. I think I can be a real help for anybody who needs help with math.

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Rock Hill, SC 29730
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1 Review


  • Harley hyatt

    It was wonderful I went from a C to an A within 2 weeks


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

When it comes to a new student, I like to learn about the details of their situation. On the first day, I like to meet with the student and their to talk about things such as strengths/weaknesses, hobbies, and what type of learning is best for them. This session is free of charge and usually lasts only about 30 minutes. 

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

All of my prices are fully negotiable. 

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

When looking for a math teacher or tutor, the best thing you can do is avoid teachers that are similar to the ones the student has at school. While traditional teachers are very useful, they can't satisfy the needs of every single student they have and typically struggling students have a teacher that can't meet their learning needs. It's best to find a tutor or teacher that can, which is almost always someone very different from the one they typically learn from.

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

The 2 biggest questions which one must ask themselves before talking to a teacher about their needs are "Could this affect my learning" along with "Is it something the teacher can change?" If the answer is yes to both, then speak to the teacher about what needs to be changed. If the answer the to prior is yes but the answer the latter is no, then it might be best to consider switching tutors.

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