Three words that best describe me are patient, friendly, and result oriented. My love of math began in middle school after I realized how beautiful it is and how it is applied to everyday life. In high school, I attended a magnet program for teaching and won awards. During senior year, I was a teaching intern for elementary students in reading. It was an rewarding experience. I've graduated from Georgia State University as a math major. While in college, I have tutored students from elementary school to adults and they've successfully passed their courses with at least a B average. I've tutored subjects from Elementary Math to College Algebra and loved every minute of it. It gives me a great feeling when seeing students "light up" after understanding the concept and gaining confidence. When solving math problems there's more than one way to come to a solution. My goal is helping people remove their fears in math.
A good tutor shows compassion, patience, and encouragement to all students. My tutoring approach depends on the learning style of the student. The best way to retain information that is taught is by teaching others and practicing. Students will first try problems themselves so it helps me to see where they are truly having problems, and boost their confidence at the same time. My philosophy is patience is a virtue, hard work, and sacrifice is the key to accomplish anything. If you want a tutor who is willing to go the extra mile for you then look no further. I greatly look forward to working with you.
P.S. My location preferences are bookstores, libraries, and cafes.
Please note: A cancellation fee of $10 will be applied if students fail show on the scheduled date without prior notice or cancellation within 2 hours the day of the lesson.
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