Struggling to master concepts before a midterm?
Unsure how to help your teen with their algebra, trig, or physics homework?
Looking for leadership and guidance during your group study sessions?
Want to brush up on big-picture ideas before a job or admissions interview?
I'm Khayah, and I've been tutoring physics and math for five years. I've worked with literally hundreds of students, in settings varying from casual homework help, to intensive personal lessons one or more times a week, to small classes and review sessions organized by groups of friends. I absolutely love demystifying science and math for students of all levels and backgrounds, including non-traditional students and students with disabilities.
My specialties are high-school and college-level physics, algebra, and calculus, as well as helping students write clear, accurate lab reports and technical documents like reports and presentations. I also have experience tutoring geology, astronomy, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and other subjects--if yours isn't listed here, it won't hurt to ask. I'll tell you if I can help, or try to refer you to someone who can.
Whether you want one-on-one tutoring (for yourself or your child), or a knowledgeable teacher/adviser for your group study sessions, I'm confident that we can work out a rhythm for our time together to help you achieve your learning goals.
I offer hourly rates for individuals and groups--I'm happy to work out a discounted rate if you purchase packages of hours, or if you're pooling your resources with your study buddies. Furthermore, sliding-scale rates are available for low-income students. I would hate for someone to feel excluded from getting help just because they are struggling to pay for their education, like so many of us have. Don't be afraid to ask if you want tutoring but need special financial consideration; we can probably find an agreeable arrangement.
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