I was once in your child's or student’s position. I was a student, as far back as elementary school, who often struggled with particular subjects and was afraid of asking for help more so than I was afraid of being wrong on a homework assignment, or even worse, failing a quiz or test. Around middle school, I never thought I would grasp even more sophisticated grammar concepts, or remember the dates of important events in a history text book, but I had teachers that took on the roll of tutors in these instances that gave me the encouragement and one-on-one attention I needed along the way that made me believe in myself, which was what I needed all along. When I say I am “here to help” what I mean is I am here to make sure there is one less person in the world that gives up. Throughout my struggles in school I wanted to give up countless times, but had I given up, I would have never been the first in my family to graduate from a four-year University this year. Much less would I be able to help someone else do the same down the line. My most tried and true method among many others in grasping a subject is persistence. This is something that anyone can have, and which will allow them to progress to the next level in any area of life. But often times with persistence, a person may need help practicing it. This is where I come in. I am here to make sure proper actions are taken toward the goal(s) a student wants to achieve. I am here to identify the necessary steps toward excelling in the subject at hand, and to share in the effort of taking those steps together.
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