Hello! My name is Inko and I am a student at Harvard University. I am a physics major with a minor in computer science. Throughout high school and college, I tutored students both from my elementary school and high school in math and computer science. I have worked with students hoping to raise their averages (they all received As by the end of the year) and those studying for AP tests (all received 5s).
My college GPA is a 4.0 and my ACT score was a 36.
In high school, I founded a club to...
Hello! My name is Inko and I am a student at Harvard University. I am a physics major with a minor in computer science. Throughout high school and college, I tutored students both from my elementary school and high school in math and computer science. I have worked with students hoping to raise their averages (they all received As by the end of the year) and those studying for AP tests (all received 5s).
My college GPA is a 4.0 and my ACT score was a 36.
In high school, I founded a club to tutor exceptional elementary school students in advanced mathematics. As such, I now have 7 years of tutoring experience, working with students of all ages since. Rather than just throwing textbook problems at students and waiting for them to solve them, I focus my teaching on bringing students to their aha! moment, where they finally feel that they understand the material rather than just being able to stumble through an example problem. I believe in instruction by problem-solving, as the best way for a student to be able to consistently score well on tests is many, many practice problems. I am happy to work based on a set curriculum, textbook, test-review book, or any other material.
If interested in lessons, please contact me at ibovenzi@college.harvard.edu and we can work out an arrangement. I am eager to work with students of all levels and ages.