I'm fresh out of college. My sister was tutoring another college student and asked me for help, which made me realize that basic college was pretty easy and no harder than the work I did in high school.
I am young, so if there is anything I do not know, I can learn it very quickly, often within 5 minutes. I know most math skills already including Calculus and trigonometry. If you want, I can also do your work for you
Ramiro was pretty chill, he would understand if i didn't understand something right away and wouldn't let me give up easily. He would explain the same thing from different ways if i didn't get it in the first few tries. would recommend to others
He used to tutor me for 15 an hour. He would make things simple and easy to learn and would make sure he understood assignments before helping me out. He was pretty lazy but that also meant he would simplify all his explanations so things were easy to understand.
I used to be his classmate in college and yeah, he was excellent. I probably would've either failed or barely passed any of my classes if it weren't for him. Most professors were hard t understand or had weird hours or would like to give out independent learning, but Ramiro was alwayts willing to help out even when he was busy. He kept things short, he would simplify and use examples. He helped me out for free, but i would say he is worth the money
Great teacher, really fun and interactive. It's awesome that he is bilingual and tries to meet both student needs and parent's wishes
First, get to know each other and asses their current knowledge as well as their goals. I like to attempt a friendly environment first so as to not make the student feel pressured.
I passed AP Calculus, AP physics, and while I didn't major in teaching, I did graduate college at 18 years old.
anything above 10 an hour is fine, more if you want me to do the work with you or for you
Helping classmates and my older and younger siblings
All kinds, but they all wanted to get better at their current subject even if they were reluctant at first.
Pick someone fun, dull teachers are the worst and make learning harder, besides, most true learning happens subconsciously.
Have I attempted this problem in different approaches? Did I follow the correct steps? Is my math correct?
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