I'm a current honors student at the University of Georgia studying higher level mathematics and philosophy. I was introduced to the world of tutoring and education by teaching a beginner's guitar class my junior year of high school; I was hooked. Seeing my students go from being unable to pluck "Yankee Doodle Dandee" to applying jazz theory in soloing was the most rewarding job I could have had. I've since expanded my tutoring fields to STEM and humanities subjects, specializing in...
I'm a current honors student at the University of Georgia studying higher level mathematics and philosophy. I was introduced to the world of tutoring and education by teaching a beginner's guitar class my junior year of high school; I was hooked. Seeing my students go from being unable to pluck "Yankee Doodle Dandee" to applying jazz theory in soloing was the most rewarding job I could have had. I've since expanded my tutoring fields to STEM and humanities subjects, specializing in mathematics and writing.
I am a current undergraduate student at the University of Georgia studying higher level mathematics and philosophy. I have a special perspective on mathematics, a logical perspective gained through my studies of logic and philosophical proof. I explain mathematics in methods based on reason, teaching the ideas not through formulaic memorization, but through rationalizing the material. I received a 780/800 on SAT mathematics and excelled in other standardized math tests (i.e., 5 on BC Calculus Exam).
Proof in mathematics, however, is heavily dependent on your capacity to communicate ideas. Thus, I worked hard to improve my communicative abilities. I received a perfect reading SAT score (800/800) and excelled in other well-known standardized tests (5 on AP Language & Composition, 790/800 on Literature SAT Subject Test, etc.).