Boston University (Finance and Law)
I have been a tutor since junior year in high school, and it is a job I really enjoy. I started as a Math and Science tutor for the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society) back in high school, where I was able to help friends and classmates improve their grades and more importantly understand the subjects they were concerned about.
After graduating high school, I started tutoring at Miami Dade College in Florida through the SHIELD Program, which is meant to help students whose native language isn't English, tutoring in a wide variety of subjects from English to Math. Afterwards, I joined the "Math Lab" at the the same institution a year later and began tutoring math only, from College Algebra to Calculus I.
Now, more about myself. I am a 20 year old Boston University student who transferred to Boston a year ago. I graduated from high school and community college as cum laude and I was part of many student groups and associations such as National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta (math club), Pi Beta Lambda (business club), and Pi theta Kappa (college honor society). I enjoy tutoring because it is a rewarding job, being able to help students understand their subjects and teach them different study methods while witnessing their improvement is a very rewarding feeling.
I like to receive feedback from my students and their parents. I monitor my student's improvement by assigning challenging homework to be completed on their own. And I try to be flexible with time but I do have a 24-hour cancellation policy, but the class can be rescheduled. I can efficiently move around Boston taking the subway/train and buses so I am able to meet my students at convenient locations where they feel the most comfortable learning.
I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve success in your studies. I have always loved math since I was a child and as I grew up I found myself constantly helping my friends and classmates who needed a little push to fully understand the subject. My highest level of math is Calculus I (college level), including statistics and probability, and I have always earned As on all my math classes. Due to my past experience as a tutor, I have different teaching techniques since not everyone learn the same way, and I am open to tutoring math at any level.
I am a native Spanish speaker and speak perfect English, hence it is the perfect combination.
I always loved science as a kid so I would love to help students achieve excellence in such a beautiful field. Hope to hear back from you. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions. I have been a tutor since junior year in high school, and it is a job I really enjoy. I started as a Math and Science tutor for the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society) back in high school, where I was able to help friends and classmates improve their grades and more importantly understand the subjects they were concerned
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