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General Availability: After 6 PM on weeknights. Weekend sessions may be possible.

General Subject Expertise: High School level and Freshman/Sophomore college level math and science courses.

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I started tutoring in college as a part time job and I really enjoyed it. I ran group tutoring sessions for calculus and chemistry courses, typically with freshman and sophomore students. I worked as a group leader for these sessions for 2 years. As part of this job, I took a semester-long course on tutoring techniques. Specifically, the course emphasized asking the students questions to help them figure out the answers on their own and not leading them through the problems step by step. Also, I think group tutoring sessions allow students to help each other, without relying on an instructor to tell them how to work out a problem. After I graduated college, I began work tutoring two high school students in math and science (algebra, geometry, biology, and chemistry) while working on my Master's degree. This job involved one-on-one tutoring and I worked with the same students for 2 years. I found that I could apply the techniques I learned in my previous job to one-on-one tutoring and they worked well in this situation as well. In any type of tutoring job, I would also emphasize effective note-taking and using the textbook as a guide. I feel that many students struggle with this, especially in high school and college. I prefer that the student lead me through solving the problem, rather than the other way around, with some questions from me to guide them in the right direction. I would consider most high school and early college math and science courses to be my areas of expertise.

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I have tutored high school students in Algebra I and II. I took algebra in high school, however many principles of algebra were essential in higher level high school and college math courses that I took. I also have taken a college level course on how to be an effective tutor.

I have tutored high school students in Algebra I and II. I took algebra in high school, however many principles of algebra were essential in higher level high school and college math courses that I took. I also have taken a college level course on how to be an effective tutor.

I have tutored high school students in biology as well as taken several college level biology courses. I also have taken a college level course on how to be an effective tutor.

I tutored Chemistry 101 students in college in a group setting. Additionally, I have tutored high school chemistry. I also have taken a college level course on how to be an effective tutor.

I have tutored high school students in geometry in the past. I took geometry in high school, however many principles of geometry were important in higher level high school and college math courses that I took. I also have taken a college level course on how to be an effective tutor.

Prealgebra is very important for future math courses such as algebra, geometry, precalculus and calculus. I believe that my experience working with high school and college students makes me an effective tutor in most math courses. I can help students with prealgebra since I know what they need to understand to be successful in future classes.

I have taken several college level courses in statistics. I also have experience tutoring various high school and college level math subjects. At my full-time job, I use statistics on a regular basis.

I have tutored high school students in algebra and college students in calculus in the past. Trigonometry is essential to understand for higher level math courses, such as precalculus and calculus. I also have taken a college level course on how to be an effective tutor.

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