My name is Colton L. I am an AP student residing in Colorado. During my years in high school I have taken Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Calculus BC, and I am currently about halfway through Calculus 3. Prior to high school, I also completed Algebra 1 and Geometry. I have received A's in all of these courses and scored very well on the Calculus BC exam. For my own privacy, I will not be publicly disclosing what any of my exact scores are. My main area of tutoring is math, but I have also helped...
My name is Colton L. I am an AP student residing in Colorado. During my years in high school I have taken Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Calculus BC, and I am currently about halfway through Calculus 3. Prior to high school, I also completed Algebra 1 and Geometry. I have received A's in all of these courses and scored very well on the Calculus BC exam. For my own privacy, I will not be publicly disclosing what any of my exact scores are. My main area of tutoring is math, but I have also helped students before in other subject areas such as English, History, and Science. Last year I completed the AP Language and Composition AP US History courses and also scored well on their respective exams. This year I am completing the AP Literature and Composition course. I particularly excel in the area of essay writing, and I have helped my fellow students and people I tutor with the writing and editing process on many occasions. In the area of sciences, I have completed general biology, chemistry, and physics classes and am currently enrolled in IB SL Physics and AP Chemistry. However, I am most comfortable tutoring in math and essay writing. I love tutoring because I think that everyone has the capacity to understand difficult content if they can have it explained to them in a way that works for them. Particularly in math, I think a lot of teachers and tutors do a poor job of communicating why certain concepts are the way that they are. If math consisted entirely of memorizing arbitrary rules, I think everyone would struggle with it more. But no mathematical concept exists without reason, and if we as teachers and tutors can communicate those reasons effectively we can greatly improve our students' understanding of the content. None of these concepts are arbitrary. Students who actually understand these concepts to their fullest extent, rather than just remembering which numbers to plug into which equations, will do much better on homework, quizzes, and tests.
Additionally, I am currently only tutoring online.