I am a rising senior at Emory University's Goizueta Business School and have already held multiple tutoring jobs. In high school, I tutored a junior high student in algebra I and II and English. Upon coming to college, I began working as an administrative assistant and tutored a coworker on some basic computer skills to make her life much easier. I then began tutoring psychology, statistics, and linguistics through an Emory peer-tutoring program. I'd like to expand my tutoring reach as I find it to be rewarding both for myself and the tutees. Since my time on WyzAnt, I have expanded my tutored subjects to include writing, economics, Excel, and other business, test prep, and computer-related subjects.
I like to play "devil's advocate" as a tutor by allowing students to question themselves and come to the right answers on their own. I will give assistance and support, but I do not do problems for students so that they "get the right answer." I believe learning and understanding the material is of utmost importance and ultimately better for the student.
Please contact me if you'd like to discuss anything further. Please note that due to the number of subjects I tutor and students I have had, I have not listed qualifications or specific examples for all of them. Should you have any questions regarding my specific qualifications and tutoring experience, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Update as of 5/12/14:
Since my time on WyzAnt, I have begun tutoring more subjects and have had unique tutoring requests. I have had students change coursework and ask me to continue tutoring them, even in subjects I have never taken. I have been asked to create practice tests and answer keys. I have utilized tutoring in person, online, and via phone, and I am comfortable with all mediums. Please contact me should you have any needs, traditional or otherwise.
I will also be in New York City for the duration of the summer. Therefore, I will be available to tutor in person in New York, as well as remotely through use of the online platform for students in other locations.
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