I enjoy the experience of tutoring/teaching and I enjoy helping students succeed!
I specialize in tutoring both basic math
I. I spent the majority of 2012 teaching math
to middle school students. Since that time, I have volunteer tutored 70+ hours in basic math/algebra, GED
preparation and ASVAB
test prep. The last has included word knowledge and paragraph comprehension, as well as math.
Another of my strong skills is generating and proofreading
papers for spelling
. My academic training was more slanted to church history
, with some ethics and philosophy
thrown in, so I welcome inquiries here as well.
I will do my best to help you succeed if you engage my services. I seek to be challenging and also strongly encouraging. If you are ever not satisfied, I shall do my best to find a way to change that. I want to earn my money with your satisfaction!
I have a home office if needed for tutoring, but I am happy to travel to make things more convenient for students (and parents!)
I DO look forward to hearing from you and WORKING TO ENSURE YOUR SUCCESS!
4 hours notice required
Discounts (if time is done in one lesson session)
Time spent/time charged
Also, I will charge the same for a group as for an individual:)
Travels within 40 miles of Manistee, MI 49660
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