## About

I have a 800 on SAT math section and this is what I am passionate about teaching. I love when students understand a math problem. I love seeing that they understand something which seems hard at first but is in reality easy to tackle for them. I have been doing tutoring for a few months now.

I enjoy when students understand these problems which seemed hard at first. They can really tackle any problem with the knowledge and steps to solve them. Seeing that every student has this potential to earn a perfect score is there. Also that each student can at least raise their score a lot by understanding tips and tricks that I know of since I went through much of the practice on my own a few years ago when I took these tests.

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## Frequently asked questions

### How did you get started teaching?

It is just something going on since I was going through school, highschool and college. I've had tutors myself and got through subject which are hard for me. Since I have a strength in math, I see that I can easily help others who struggle in it. This how I started teaching because it showed me how I could help them.

### What types of students have you worked with?

All types of ages from 6th to 12th grade math. I have helped my friends for free in college.

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

You should try to find a teacher most familiar with your subject material. Someone who has taken the class or test already can help you much better than someone who is not as well accostomed to it. I would look for someone who can tell you that additional information that can help you know the subject better than other students.

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

They should think through what problems are the hardest and most confusing for them. They should know which problem they consistently struggle upon. Also, any small errors they make, for example in math, where points can be taken off for those.