I am a student at Louisiana State University. I am currently majoring in Finance with a minor in math; I chalk that up to my love for the math. I was apart of many mathematics related organizations during my high school career. Within these organizations, I held the position what we called e-board (Education board). I was a tutor for all math subjects: Pre-Calculus and under (including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, etc.). Personally, I have obtained many awards through Mu Alpha Theta, AMC (American Mathematics Competition), and Log1 Tests.
I have had experience tutoring during my high school career. I do not talk down to kids. I believe in challenging kids and pushing there limits in understanding the material and grasping the concepts. I understand kids need a certain way of learning and I am willing to try anything new to make sure that they learn the material well enough not to only to pass but able to use it in real life. I am a student at Louisiana State University. I am currently majoring in Finance with a minor in math; I chalk that up to my love for the math. I was apart of many mathematics related organizations during my high school career. Within these organizations, I held the position what we called e-board (Education board). I was a tutor for all math
He is a kind person. Help my son with Algebra 1. He is vey patient. My son really likes him! We are looking forward to our next session with Fei. We recommend him to others students that need help in math.
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I got a 36 on the math portion. My game plan is to see where you are and decide from there how to help you improve your speed and accuracy.
I took Prealgebra early in Middle and did very well in the class. I am currently a freshmen at LSU and have tutored many kids in prealgebra. All of my students in the past have given me positive feedback and enjoyed learning with me.
I took Precalculus in my sophmore year of high school and taught it as a part of a commitment of the math club in the school. I taught kids how to compete in competitions and they came home with 1st and 2nd place from regional and state competitions in math.
I am very qualified to teach trigonometry. I have taught it for two years to my peers at Benjamin Franklin High School. I taught them how to do the math and increased their accuracy and speed. The peers that I have taught received excellent grades on their test and when some of them went to competition; they placed in top 5 every time.