Are you feeling frustrated or overwhelmed with the material, homework, or assignment? Are you discouraged because the subject just takes too much of your time? Does the subject seem a foreign language to you? I know exactly how you feel.
I started tutoring mathematics back in early spring of the year 2000. Since then, I have spoken before audiences of up to 2000 people, taught groups of up to 50 people, and held one-on-one tutoring sessions to help more than 30 students on a weekly basis.
From September 2006 to December 2009, I tutored pre-calculus, college algebra, statistics, biostatistics, SPSS, Excel, trigonometry, economics, and calculus in the math lab at Brigham Young University Idaho and supervised an average of 8 math tutors an hour.
Nowadays, I prefer tutoring on a one-on-one basis because it allows me to track the student's progress and personalize your learning experience. My students will tell you that I seek to become an earnest listener in order to achieve more meaningful sessions using your topics of interest.
My success as a tutor is weight by a single standard: your view of the subject. I am a strong believer that as long as we work together, your view of the subject will be a positive one.
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