I recently graduated from the University of North Florida with my degree in Physics and a minor in Mathematics.
I initally started out as a biomedical sciences major; therefore I have taken several bio and general chemistry classes that I can also provide assistance with.
When I was in my Precalculus or Calculus classes, I typically ended up helping anybody who was struggling with concepts in the assignments. After Calculus III whenever I would hang out in the tutoring center if a tutor could...
I recently graduated from the University of North Florida with my degree in Physics and a minor in Mathematics.
I initally started out as a biomedical sciences major; therefore I have taken several bio and general chemistry classes that I can also provide assistance with.
When I was in my Precalculus or Calculus classes, I typically ended up helping anybody who was struggling with concepts in the assignments. After Calculus III whenever I would hang out in the tutoring center if a tutor could not help out students in time because of the quantity of people needing help, I would volunteer and help them out.
As a physics major I have been an officer of a club called the Society of Physics Students (SPS) in which we hold free tutoring hours for university students in Physics 1 or 2. I have also been working as a physics tutor and supplemental instruction since graduating with my degree.
I really enjoy helping students with lower levels of math because I find there is a lot of new trivia that I can provide that really starts to come together when they reach more advanced math classes, and also helps many of the concepts seem much less foreign. There is a strange logic that goes with mathematics that isn't always abundantly clear until one gets used to it and I like to try to make students aware of that and get them accustomed to it. Even if they aren't planning to go further into more advanced math courses it is still a very useful skill to be able to adapt your thought process for a different set of rules or a different environment.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Precalculus, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, Linear Algebra.
Calculus Physics 1, Calculus Physics 2
Biology 1 & 2
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