I earned my B.S. in physics (with minors in math and chemistry) in 2013. At my undergrad institution, I spent an average of 10 hours per week tutoring other college students in math (from pre-algebra to calculus), chemistry, and physics. After college, I earned my Master's in physics from the University of Maryland, College Park. I tutored and worked as a teaching assistant throughout graduate school. After graduation, I carried my love of education into a math and physics teaching position at a school in Reston, VA.
I love using the expertise I've built up over the years to help other students succeed. For me, the most rewarding part of tutoring is seeing a student go from struggling in a class to eventually being able to say, "Oh, I get it!" I hope you'll pick me to help you with your tutoring need.
Math and science can be intimidating, but I'll break it down for you!
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I have a master's degree in Physics from the University of Maryland, College Park. My undergrad is also in Physics; I have a BS from Le Moyne College.
I typically charge $60-$70 per hour for tutoring. Prices may vary depending on the meeting location.
I started tutoring as a work-study job in college and immediately fell in love with the work. I love helping students work through challenging courses and succeed in their studies. For me, the most rewarding thing is the "Aha!" moment when the material clicks for a student and he or she gains confidence in a subject which once intimidated them.
Most of my students have been in high school or college, though I've worked with adult learners and students as young as middle school.