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Alexandria L.

College Sophomore Tutor

College Sophomore Tutor

$50/hour

  • Stockbridge, GA 30281

About Alexandria


Bio

I am a Computer Science major college Junior and amateur gymnast. I have been tutoring middle school and elementary students for a year in many primary and secondary school topics, including math, reading and writing. I have a particular focus on technology, programming and website design.

As a computer science major, I have a strong mathematics background, including: Algebra, Discrete Math, Geometry, Trigonometry and pre-calculus.

I have excellent English writing skills

As a...

I am a Computer Science major college Junior and amateur gymnast. I have been tutoring middle school and elementary students for a year in many primary and secondary school topics, including math, reading and writing. I have a particular focus on technology, programming and website design.

As a computer science major, I have a strong mathematics background, including: Algebra, Discrete Math, Geometry, Trigonometry and pre-calculus.

I have excellent English writing skills

As a computer science major, I have a strong computer hardware and software development and use background, including many of the latest mobile technologies. I have web design, animation and advanced Java programming skills.

I currently train as a floor exercise gymnast and trainer. I have been a USAG registered gymnast for 14 years and

If you need a tutor to to help you or your child improve their basic skills, computer technology skills or gymnastics fitness tutoring, I can be reached at


Education

(1)University of (2)Clayton State University
Computer Science

Policies

  • Hourly rate: $50
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Travel policy: Within 20 miles of Stockbridge, GA 30281
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
  • No background check

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Computer

General Computer

Corporate Training

General Computer

Elementary Education

Study Skills,

Study Skills

I'm currently a student of Computer Science. It is a fast paced major that requires students to stay organized and keep up (if a student wants to succeed). I was a very organized student in high school; I stayed on top of my work and graduated with honors and a GPA of 4.0. I also run a study tips blog for college students. Study Methods: Calendar: used to record down daily class schedule, test dates, quiz dates, project/essay due dates, and life events/appointments. This will help weeks go smoother. Excel: Used to record daily schedule. This includes every hour of the day and every day of the week. I include the hours in which I sleep, practice hours, preparing for day hour(s) and class schedule hours. Flash Cards: I use these cards in history to test information on people, places and things. These can be used when there is a lot of information to memorize. These can also be used to memorize math formulas and vocabulary cards. Daily Question Flash Cards: Used for math. I write down a question on one side and the answer with showed work on the other side. Pick one card to do daily. This will help keep math concepts fresh, especially when it comes down to finals. Poster: I like to make posters for history. I make a poster for important people, events or dates and put down information regarding those dates, or people or events. I then post these posters in different areas of my room such as by my closet, mirror, or light switch. That way I can quickly review the information when I go by them.
Reading, Vocabulary

English

Reading, Vocabulary

Homeschool

Study Skills,

Study Skills

I'm currently a student of Computer Science. It is a fast paced major that requires students to stay organized and keep up (if a student wants to succeed). I was a very organized student in high school; I stayed on top of my work and graduated with honors and a GPA of 4.0. I also run a study tips blog for college students. Study Methods: Calendar: used to record down daily class schedule, test dates, quiz dates, project/essay due dates, and life events/appointments. This will help weeks go smoother. Excel: Used to record daily schedule. This includes every hour of the day and every day of the week. I include the hours in which I sleep, practice hours, preparing for day hour(s) and class schedule hours. Flash Cards: I use these cards in history to test information on people, places and things. These can be used when there is a lot of information to memorize. These can also be used to memorize math formulas and vocabulary cards. Daily Question Flash Cards: Used for math. I write down a question on one side and the answer with showed work on the other side. Pick one card to do daily. This will help keep math concepts fresh, especially when it comes down to finals. Poster: I like to make posters for history. I make a poster for important people, events or dates and put down information regarding those dates, or people or events. I then post these posters in different areas of my room such as by my closet, mirror, or light switch. That way I can quickly review the information when I go by them.
Reading

Most Popular

Study Skills,

Study Skills

I'm currently a student of Computer Science. It is a fast paced major that requires students to stay organized and keep up (if a student wants to succeed). I was a very organized student in high school; I stayed on top of my work and graduated with honors and a GPA of 4.0. I also run a study tips blog for college students. Study Methods: Calendar: used to record down daily class schedule, test dates, quiz dates, project/essay due dates, and life events/appointments. This will help weeks go smoother. Excel: Used to record daily schedule. This includes every hour of the day and every day of the week. I include the hours in which I sleep, practice hours, preparing for day hour(s) and class schedule hours. Flash Cards: I use these cards in history to test information on people, places and things. These can be used when there is a lot of information to memorize. These can also be used to memorize math formulas and vocabulary cards. Daily Question Flash Cards: Used for math. I write down a question on one side and the answer with showed work on the other side. Pick one card to do daily. This will help keep math concepts fresh, especially when it comes down to finals. Poster: I like to make posters for history. I make a poster for important people, events or dates and put down information regarding those dates, or people or events. I then post these posters in different areas of my room such as by my closet, mirror, or light switch. That way I can quickly review the information when I go by them.
Reading

Other

Study Skills

Study Skills

I'm currently a student of Computer Science. It is a fast paced major that requires students to stay organized and keep up (if a student wants to succeed). I was a very organized student in high school; I stayed on top of my work and graduated with honors and a GPA of 4.0. I also run a study tips blog for college students. Study Methods: Calendar: used to record down daily class schedule, test dates, quiz dates, project/essay due dates, and life events/appointments. This will help weeks go smoother. Excel: Used to record daily schedule. This includes every hour of the day and every day of the week. I include the hours in which I sleep, practice hours, preparing for day hour(s) and class schedule hours. Flash Cards: I use these cards in history to test information on people, places and things. These can be used when there is a lot of information to memorize. These can also be used to memorize math formulas and vocabulary cards. Daily Question Flash Cards: Used for math. I write down a question on one side and the answer with showed work on the other side. Pick one card to do daily. This will help keep math concepts fresh, especially when it comes down to finals. Poster: I like to make posters for history. I make a poster for important people, events or dates and put down information regarding those dates, or people or events. I then post these posters in different areas of my room such as by my closet, mirror, or light switch. That way I can quickly review the information when I go by them.

Special Needs

Study Skills

Study Skills

I'm currently a student of Computer Science. It is a fast paced major that requires students to stay organized and keep up (if a student wants to succeed). I was a very organized student in high school; I stayed on top of my work and graduated with honors and a GPA of 4.0. I also run a study tips blog for college students. Study Methods: Calendar: used to record down daily class schedule, test dates, quiz dates, project/essay due dates, and life events/appointments. This will help weeks go smoother. Excel: Used to record daily schedule. This includes every hour of the day and every day of the week. I include the hours in which I sleep, practice hours, preparing for day hour(s) and class schedule hours. Flash Cards: I use these cards in history to test information on people, places and things. These can be used when there is a lot of information to memorize. These can also be used to memorize math formulas and vocabulary cards. Daily Question Flash Cards: Used for math. I write down a question on one side and the answer with showed work on the other side. Pick one card to do daily. This will help keep math concepts fresh, especially when it comes down to finals. Poster: I like to make posters for history. I make a poster for important people, events or dates and put down information regarding those dates, or people or events. I then post these posters in different areas of my room such as by my closet, mirror, or light switch. That way I can quickly review the information when I go by them.

Sports/Recreation

Fitness

Fitness

I've been a gymnast for 18 years. I was a competitive artistic gymnast for 11 years and even earned a gymnastics scholarship. I'm currently a level 10 power tumbler training to earn a spot on the U.S. National Power Tumbling Team.

Summer

Study Skills,

Study Skills

I'm currently a student of Computer Science. It is a fast paced major that requires students to stay organized and keep up (if a student wants to succeed). I was a very organized student in high school; I stayed on top of my work and graduated with honors and a GPA of 4.0. I also run a study tips blog for college students. Study Methods: Calendar: used to record down daily class schedule, test dates, quiz dates, project/essay due dates, and life events/appointments. This will help weeks go smoother. Excel: Used to record daily schedule. This includes every hour of the day and every day of the week. I include the hours in which I sleep, practice hours, preparing for day hour(s) and class schedule hours. Flash Cards: I use these cards in history to test information on people, places and things. These can be used when there is a lot of information to memorize. These can also be used to memorize math formulas and vocabulary cards. Daily Question Flash Cards: Used for math. I write down a question on one side and the answer with showed work on the other side. Pick one card to do daily. This will help keep math concepts fresh, especially when it comes down to finals. Poster: I like to make posters for history. I make a poster for important people, events or dates and put down information regarding those dates, or people or events. I then post these posters in different areas of my room such as by my closet, mirror, or light switch. That way I can quickly review the information when I go by them.
Reading

$50/hour

Alexandria L.

$50/hour

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