Abhi ( GRE/SATs/Math I,II,III , Advance Mathematics)
Well, I am really passionate about numbers. I hold a Masters in Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison and Bachelors in the same from NIFFT.
During my time at UW Madison, I taught over 300 Freshman and sophomores Mathematics and basic chemistry for almost 2 years.
I consistently ranked among the top 5% senior TAs in my department with an average score of AB in all of my discussion sessions. I often use innovative learning & memory solutions to make the process much more resilient and fun for my student.
The sense of fulfillment I get when a child smiles up to me after cracking a difficult problem.
A fast-paced engineering career can often get exhausting, tutoring sessions help me reconnect with my creative student self and create an immersive experience for both me and my student.
Personally I love explaining students different ways to approach the similar problems and breaking down difficult concepts to elementary level.
Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
The process typically starts with checking the past work and basic topic-related knowledge of the students.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I offer Audio-visual tutoring in a virtual classroom where the student feels comfortable physically scribbling out problems on-screen paper and I can oversee it.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
Depending on the Topic and the existing proficiency level of the student my charges range from $ 18/Hr - $35/Hr
How did you get started teaching?
I prefer using blackboard app or zoom but depending on the comfort of students I have worked with other virtual classrooms too if their school uses an existing solution I would be open to considering migrating to it depending on the length of the assignment.
What types of students have you worked with?
I have worked with High school students, College Freshmen and sophomores.
I also often assist students int heir SAT, GRE preparation. I gave my GRE in 2016 and was able to score among the top 2% candidates in the world and I would be happy to share my strategies with other students.
I have worked with students from the US, Canada and Singapore.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
I fondly remember the problem-solving sessions I used to have with my students at UW Madison, It used to give me space and time to personally connect with my students and incorporate different strategies in my teaching method to better reflect each session's feedback
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
Its important that you can talk and express yourself candidly to the teacher.
Different tutors have different teaching methods depending on their experience and background make sure you fit in well.
I like to keep the session as easy flowing as possible
What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?
Properly list out your pain points and anything that is hindering your progress off the top of your head.
How can I be of help in resolving that are what level of proficiency are you targetting.