I believe that proper education is one of the major factors that can propel and prepare a person for success in their future. I made it to college on this notion of putting education first. In 2011, I graduated from Shiloh High School with a 3.8 GPA taking mainly gifted and AP level classes. I am currently a second-year student at the University of Georgia majoring in Biological Sciences with Pre-Med intent. With that being said, science and math are my strong suits. I can effectively teach math at any level and have a firm grasp on the concepts found in the K-12 sciences. I am a very patient person and I like to approach problems from various perspectives that way a good understanding of the material can be reached. I am also very diligent when comes to figuring out those "hard to solve" problems by exhausting all available resources. I have had experience tutoring a younger friend in my neighborhood; I peer-tutored while being a peer leader and also tutored lower level Spanish through Spanish Honor Society. In my social circle I am known as the "smart guy" so I often end up helping my friends as well. As for actual tutoring I am a firm believer in review, review, review because everything builds off one another and if you miss something in the beginning it is going to make the ending even harder. Practice does not make perfect it makes permanent, so when it comes to figuring out problems I like to make sure the right process is being performed. I know the student is here to learn from me but I am also here to learn from him. Every student is different and therefor have different needs. Paying close attention and understanding the student will allow me to perform my job as best I can. And I will do my job as best as I can!
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