I have spent my life, thus far, traveling the country. I have seen forty-two of our fifty gorgeous states. I have also traveled internationally having been to both Canada and Spain. Everywhere that I have adventured to, I have learned something new. Everything that I have experienced has given me just enough knowledge to know that we are never finished learning. My passion is to help anyone, who seeks help, the opportunity to better understand what I have dedicated my life studying.
My best and most favorite subject is math
, followed by a variety of sciences. I have been told that my wealth of skills is well beyond my 34 years. My teaching style centers around relating material to everyday situations to help better solidify a concept, however, I also have the ability to learn and adjust my style to suit a students special needs
As for the standard learning methods, I have attended RPI in Troy and ACC in Queensbury where I studied Architecture
and Engineering Science
, respectively. Epilepsy and a cancer diagnosis led to a medical leave and a current lack of a degree. During my tenure as a student tutor at the Adirondack Community College's Math Lab, I received an award for "Academic Excellence in Mathematics
Peer Tutoring", an award not given out previously in more than 8 years. I was also told that in my two years there, the passing rate for students in remedial math had improved five fold. I have also tutored at the elementary level. I have an innate ability and an unsurpassed level of patience in order to assist others in thoroughly understanding the concepts of algebra
, etc. I can teach anyone who wants to learn! This is my guarantee.
2 hours notice required
MULTIPLE HOUR DISCOUNT: 20% off hourly rate for the second hour, 50% off hourly rate for third hour when scheduled ahead of time.
GROUP RATE (5+): $15 per person per session (2 hour sessions)
Travels within 30 miles of Albany, NY 12202
Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community.
Here are some of the resources created by Meg.
View all of Meg’s resources
The hardest part about math dealing with time is the fact that there is only 60 minutes in an hour and not 100. The easiest way to think of this problem is to draw a clock. Draw hands on the clock at 6:32pm. How many minutes will it be to get to 7:00pm
(Remember that there...
I would love to assist, however, I need more information. Do the lower case letters represent angles in your question or are you trying to construct, what would be an isosceles triangle who's sides are half of the hypotenuse. Also, is there a circle
and arc lengths involved in your...