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My name is Shannon. I am a pre-nursing student in college. In high school, my math studies included Algebra 2, Precalculus, and AP Calculus AB. In college, I successfully completed courses in Statistics and Calculus 2. I am qualified and extremely confident in my abilities to tutor Elementary Math, Pre Algebra, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. I have always loved math and been a very strong math student. In Middle School, I created and shared the math review sheets for all the exams given. While I’m finishing college, tutoring is a great way for me to earn money while doing what I love in a flexible setting.
My mom was a teacher for 22 years and also tutored during that time. I have spent many hours in her classrooms and with her as she tutored. I started tutoring on my own with her supervision when I was in 8th grade and I continued to tutor off and on through high school. I always start my relationship with a client by targeting their strengths and weaknesses. As we work on improving the weaknesses, it isn’t just about mastering the content. I also make it my goal to increase my student’s confidence, give them the tools they need to succeed on their own, and make my sessions varied and interesting. I look forward to hearing from you and working together to help your child be confident and successful! Hello!
My name is Shannon. I am a pre-nursing student in college. In high school, my math studies included Algebra 2, … Read more
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