I started tutoring since I was in grade school, I have managed to earn my reputations in math and science courses due to my outstanding performance. I have also claimed many trophies and medals for math competitions. It was all fun at first, then it became my duty, I started working alongside my teachers and professors; helping students in and out of classrooms. In terms of experience, I am very confident in my ability to help student with any sort of math-related questions. Tutoring can be...
I started tutoring since I was in grade school, I have managed to earn my reputations in math and science courses due to my outstanding performance. I have also claimed many trophies and medals for math competitions. It was all fun at first, then it became my duty, I started working alongside my teachers and professors; helping students in and out of classrooms. In terms of experience, I am very confident in my ability to help student with any sort of math-related questions. Tutoring can be very tedious sometimes, but it's how you approach the situation that matters the most. If one focuses on the results then the whole process becomes more rewarding.
I have worked university undergraduate mathematics teaching assistant, helping students both in-class and out of class on school materials, I have also worked with local school math and scholarship programs helping students after school, I have taught students in those classes and helped them achieve their goals. I worked as a teaching assistant for both the general chemistry courses and upper-level chemistry courses. I also conduct various researches in different chemistry fields. I am also proficient in many programming languages, and basic knowledge of a lot of research programs and tools.
I have been helping my fellow classmates in various subjects ever since elementary school. I was the math captain (the equivalent of a math TA) for my class, I assisted my teachers by helping classful of students in their course work and homework; I solved and guided them through problems in a step-by-step manner.
That continued up to high school, where I started some professional tutoring, I continued to work with classmates in lots of math and science courses, I also started teaching Chinese to my teachers, and even my counselor! I loved teaching, helping others to learn made my life more fun, and all the positive feedback pushed me to work even hard to provide better services. In college, I worked for the university academic program, TRIO. Through TRIO, I help many