University of Houston (Supply Chain)
I've tutored when I was studying at the University of Houston. I've helped with pre-calculus, biology, chemistry, and elementary math. In senior year, I was a Resident Advisor guiding residents in academic issues they had and even counseling with personal issues. I enjoy getting to know people but helping them understand subjects that were hard for them. If I didn't have an answer for a question, I would do everything I could to find the answer. I take time out of my own schedule to form study guides for my students and residents.
I used to babysit a 5th grades while attending college. I helped him understand elementary math, and even gave him a few lessons in Algebra and Pre-Calculus since those were the subjects I was studying at the time. I know students learn math differently, some have stronger math backgrounds in others, but I will create lesson plans based on the study material, provide math problems, give breaks, and help them not only improve their understanding but also their speed.
I graduated with a business degree in Supply Chain & Logistics. I've been to many interviews, professional events, and understand what it takes to succeed in the business world, while still developing myself. I'm willing to help a student with their resume, cover letter, job search, and look for programs that will help them develop their professional skills and meet their career goals.
I've participated in many art competitions throughout high school. I've even won a blue ribbon in the Houston Rodeo Show for an artwork that I developed from a photograph. I'm will to guide a student to create whatever vision they have to paper and teach them the color pencil techniques that I've learned from my art classes.
I've been in your shoes. I know how hard it is to be students and how frustrating it is to not understand something while others understand it fast. I'm willing to help you with your struggle and make the most of your time through analogies (connect your lessons with something you're familiar with everyday) to help you understand and remember the lessons better. If I don't have the answer, I will do everything to help find the answer for you. Please feel free to reach out to me and we will set up a time that is convenient for our schedule. And most importantly, I look forward to getting to know you and help you ace your classes. No more anxiety! I've tutored when I was studying at the University of Houston. I've helped with pre-calculus, biology, chemistry, and elementary math. In senior year, I was a Resident Advisor guiding residents in academic issues they had and even counseling with personal issues. I enjoy getting to know people but helping them understand subjects that were hard
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