I have been tutoring, specifically in math (from elementary to advanced calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations) with grades K-college students (including AP courses), for 5 years. I had originally begun my own tutoring classes at the age of 13 at a local library and have been tutoring since then-- the popularity of the classes grew rapidly and became well known in the area. I obviously couldn't continue my classes after moving for university, but I wish to continue tutoring and helping students online.
From experience, students have always returned to my classes after showing dramatic improvement in their grades and mention that it is much easier and comfortable for them to learn from me because I am essentially one of them: another student. I create an open and friendly environment in which students don't feel ashamed to be struggling in a topic, and we experience the fun in learning together. We break down problems and review them repeatedly until his/her understanding of the topic is solid. It is a long process, and as a result, over time I become more of a friend than a teacher; my favorite part of tutoring other peers.
Awesome tutor that genuinely wants to help students out. Give her a shot and you wont regret it. The questions she helped with were done correctly and I received full credit.
walked through problems as explaining the approach for every step
she was able to explain my problems thoroughly.
My priority is to make sure the student is comfortable working with me. From past experiences, I've been described as an incredibly warm, approachable, and funny tutor! I especially love working with younger kids, and believe that in order for learning to take place a warm environment must be established first.
I have been tutoring for 5 years in math and science (from elemantary to advanced college and AP courses). I am also currently a Chegg Tutor with many returning students on that platform. I myself am an undergraduate student at MIT and am double majoring in Neuroscience and Biochemistry.