College of Lake County (CLC) (Chemistry)
My favorite thing about tutoring is that I can give students a second chance in subjects that they are struggling in. As an honors and AP student, I understand the effort and the ambition it takes to succeed high grades. For the past 5 years, I have been a volunteer tutor at a high school helping students raise their failing marks. In addition, for the past 2 years, I have been a Team Leader for Before and After School Care at an elementary school, and my main job is to offer homework assistance. While working within a school district, I encountered a wide variety of students and the one aspect that doesn't change is the confidence they gain once the understand the lesson.
I specialize in tutoring in math and science classes for students from 1st grade up to a senior in high school. I can cover all math topics ranging from elementary math to AP Calculus I. In addition, I can cover all science topics: biology, chemistry, physics.
I believe when you are tutoring a student in any level of math it is important to have multiple teachings methods because not every student can look at numbers the same. I can teach elementary math up to AP Calculus I. I find my teaching methods to be versatile to my students' needs and entertaining to keep them focused.
I also believe that when it comes to tutoring students in chemistry it is important to keep the material hands on. As a Chemistry Major, I understand all of the conceptual concepts down to all of the formulas. I find my teaching methods to full of passion and enthusiasm, and the ability to help students understand the basics to more advanced subjects.
My availability can be flexible if you can give 5 days notice; however, my standard availability is Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM, and Saturday and Sunday 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
I can travel to the student's home or meet with them online. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you succeed in your academic career! My favorite thing about tutoring is that I can give students a second chance in subjects that they are struggling in. As an honors and AP student, I understand the effort and the ambition it takes to succeed high grades. For the past 5 years, I have been a volunteer tutor at a high school helping students raise their failing marks. In addition,
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