I work with each individual student to tutor them in the learning style best fit for them. I use a variety of resources, and I follow the student's syllabus to ensure the best chance for a good grade. I will tutor more in-depth material if the student wants to explore it. I am flexible in my time and in location. I only require 2 hours advance notice of a cancellation. Furthermore, I am willing to work with you on cost, if that is an issue. If you need to change your schedule for a week or so to accommodate outside activities, my schedule is somewhat flexible. I am also available for tutoring on an as-needed basis.
We will meet at an agreed-upon place for tutoring. This can be anywhere from a Wendy's to your home to a library or other public place.
The first meeting starts with a short discussion of where you want the tutoring to go and how in-depth you want the tutoring to be. Some students just want to pass the class, and some students want to learn as much about the subject as possible. Scheduling, cost, and alternate plans in case of inclement weather or personal business will also be discussed. After this short discussion, tutoring commences. Tutoring is broken up into three main branches: homework help, teaching of material, and test preparation. The balance of these three things will be unique to each tutee.
I have tutored freelance as well as for Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley. At MCC-Penn Valley, I worked with disabled and low-income students. I tutor a wide range of math subjects as well as some English subjects.
I took the ACT back in 2003, and received a composite score of 28, an English score of 27, and a math score of 30.
The math courses I have taken and passed are: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-calculus/Trigonometry, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Ordinary Differential Equations, Proofs, Probability and Statistics, Industrial Engineering Probability, Complex Variables, Operations Research I, Discrete Mathematics, Partial Differential Equations, Simulation of Random Processes, and Abstract Algebra I.
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