I grew up in the Midwest and studied civil and architectural engineering in college, where I helped my classmates with their math problems. I realized it was something I enjoyed doing and started tutoring anyone who needed the help. I liked making people feel comfortable with math and boosting their confidence in their own abilities. Watching students catch on to things and succeed in their classes was very rewarding and encouraged me to keep tutoring.
Over the past 10 years, I've...
I grew up in the Midwest and studied civil and architectural engineering in college, where I helped my classmates with their math problems. I realized it was something I enjoyed doing and started tutoring anyone who needed the help. I liked making people feel comfortable with math and boosting their confidence in their own abilities. Watching students catch on to things and succeed in their classes was very rewarding and encouraged me to keep tutoring.
Over the past 10 years, I've tutored subjects ranging from algebra to differential equations to calculus. Most of the people I have helped were in college or high school, but I have also helped people of all ages from 10 to 50. My broad range of experience has improved the way I work to fit a student's needs.
I'm currently a Ph.D. student in applied math at Tulane University. I work in mathematical modeling, which requires a lot of programming and knowledge in all fields of math. As part of my studies, I also work as a teaching assistant and lead classes twice a week, answering students' questions. This has helped me understand the issues most people run into when learning math, and I've become better at giving people the right guidance.
If you want friendly, professional help from a Ph.D. math student with 10 years of experience tutoring math, then contact me to set up a time for a first meeting. My schedule is flexible, and I'm ready to help you with all of your math needs.