Tutoring By Erin
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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Frequently asked questions
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
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.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
I typically charge $60-$70 per hour for tutoring. Prices may vary depending on the meeting location.
How did you get started teaching?
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.
What types of students have you worked with?
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.