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I am a recent UCLA graduate in Mathematics and the Russian Language. I began tutoring about ten years ago, when I was getting the highest grades in all of my classes. Students realized that it is sometimes easier to understand the subject in a different way than explained in the classroom. By high school, I had a few students that I would tutor occasionally. By the time I got to UCLA, I had a solid group of younger students with whom I worked weekly, and I was hired by the UCLA Russian Department as a tutor and mentor for those involved with the program. Since then I have started "1st Step Tutoring" where I hope to teach and inspire students.
Throughout the years I have learned that everyone is different in how he or she learns. A teacher in a classroom cannot provide one on one attention to each and every student and must find the best way to educate a classroom of 40 students. I believe that one on one tutoring or small groups provide a completely different understanding in the same subjects, with the ability to ask more questions and explore the subject in depth. I am so thrilled when my students' grades improve and their desire to learn increases once they start to succeed.
Contact me to see if I am the right fit for you or your child. You won't be disappointed! I am a recent UCLA graduate in Mathematics and the Russian Language. I began tutoring about ten years ago, when I was getting the highest grades in all of my
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