I am a Computer Science student with an Engineering and Math minor. I love watching people succeed, and I am glad I get to see that through my students. I started tutoring Math because I understand having challenges, and I want to use my experiences to benefit others. I want to show people that tough questions and topics could be handled With patience and sound guidance.
In my free time, I enjoy reading and working on some programming projects.
I have been tutoring for 2+ years, primarily Math and Physics.
Growing up, I had tutored my siblings for a time, and celebrating his success helped bring us closer. As a result, I decided to help others in their academic endeavors, and I am proud to say I have seen my students aim higher.
I enjoy the questions that come from curious minds and the joy they get from answering a question they had found challenging.
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The first few classes will be tackling questions from different topics to see where the student might need assistance. From there, it will be working on the topics and motivating the students to ask questions. As the topics are covered, and we build a strong foundation, we aim higher in their curriculum. The tutoring sessions will include plenty of examples as well as homework.
I have a minor in Engineering and Math. While my Math major covers most of the core math classes, my engineering class consists of the Physics major. In addition, I am a Computer Science student, and I am constantly working on new topics to improve myself, either through college classes or self-study.
I charge by the hour, but I can be flexible depending on the personnel.
I started with tutoring my siblings. Seeing my interest, my mother introduced me to a few of her friends and tutored their children. I have been tutoring since then.
I have worked with a couple of primary-level students as well as a couple of secondary school students.
I have usually focused on Math to introduce them to math and build interest or support them in their challenges. With my high school students, it is to build a strong foundation and supplement their classes.
I started tutoring a new student recently, and the student was a bit shy. They would rarely answer questions, and I would sometimes doubt if they had understood what they had learned. Finally, I decided to speak with their parent if they had seen changes at home. The parent proudly claimed that my student said the new book they purchased was useless because they had already learned all of it for me. Things like this are a reminder of what I do.
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