I do not have one particular teaching style, because students will always reveal how they learn best in the earliest sessions. I always get to know students, work within their interests (e.g., a particular sport, hobby, or even T.V. show) and teach the material from within the context of something they've already mastered.
I graduated high school with a GPA of 3.97, and college (University of Michigan) with a 3.7. I am currently taking Master's Degree classes, and maintain a 4.0 GPA. I have successfully taken the ACT, MCAT, and GMAT, and am comfortable teaching students who need to improve scores on standardized tests. Test-taking and "being a student" are skills that are often overlooked when tutoring certain subjects, but I will always reinforce strong study habits, organizational skills, and slow and steady preparation for exams rather than "cramming."
I love to learn, which makes me love to teach! I am eager to help your young student improve their grades, better understand their "problem" subject, and find enjoyment in something that used to be a source of stress. I tutored middle school students in Math and Science throughout high school, and lead study groups for science classes (biology, general chemistry) at the University of Michigan. I have also coached youth basketball and golf, and am comfortable teaching in a wide variety of settings. I am eager not only to teach specific subjects, but also to inspire a love of learning!
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