As a recent college graduate from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, AZ, I can fully understand the need to be well versed in a wide variety of subjects to move on to the work force; I also understand the work it takes to even attempt to apply for entrance to a university. During my final year and a half of study for my degree in Applied Meteorology, I worked as a tutor for the lower level meteorology students to help them grasp the concepts of the weather in class; I also found them to be rather visual learners so I would give them visual representations of the concept I was talking out. They understood it so well that when it came time for the exam and they almost forgot the answer, they would repeat the gestures in the middle of the exam. Granted they looked a little goofy in the eyes of their peers and the professor in question, but they showed marked improvement in their performance in the class both on homework and tests. At the same time, I was finishing up my degree by taking the last couple of math courses required for graduation (Differential Equations and Mathematics for Physicists and Engineers(in case you are wondering, my emphasis is on research, so the math is essential)). In short, a lot of experience was gained in the short amount of time.
Now that I am a full-fledged graduate, I would now like to help others succeed in their dreams, be they passing their classes in high school and move on to college, or helping out with calculus homework for college. I am very versatile with my abilities and I am willing to help anyone who needs it from basic math and English to calculus and calc-based physics. I am looking forward to getting started immediately with helping you achieve your goals.
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