Hi! My name is Megan, and I am currently a sophomore at Washington University in St. Louis. I am pre-health, with majors in biochemistry and classics, as well as a minor in East Asian Studies. I am also a graduate from Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, CA.
I have helped many of my peers in school and tutored others in a variety of subjects, typically in chemistry, biology, human anatomy and physiology, mathematics, and Latin. These are academic areas that I am personally most confident in, but my ability to aid others in their work is not limited to those. I would be happy to tutor students in math up to multivariable calculus and intermediate Japanese, just to name a few.
Considering that I am just a college student, my youth may seem to be a detriment, but if anything, I believe that it acts as a significant advantage in helping middle and high school students. I fully understand the stresses and difficulties that arise at this stage in life, and because I have experienced and overcome such situations, I am in a great position to help younger students succeed.
I am definitely a friendly and easygoing person, but when it comes to academics, I am completely serious and focused. Success is always the goal for me, and I am determined to let that be a possibility for others. From my own experiences in school and in teaching others, I take a holistic approach with each person. Different strategies work for different people, so I will always take the time to find the perfect method of instruction.
Patience is one of my stronger virtues, so you can be sure that I will never give up on a student. Anybody can learn, and I will take as much time as needed to help everyone succeed in their endeavors.
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