Le Moyne College (Physics)
University of Maryland, College Park (PhD)
I earned my B.S. in physics (with minors in math and chemistry) in 2013, then moved to Maryland to start my PhD. I am a fourth-year grad student in physics at UMD, College Park. At my undergrad institution, I spent an average of 10 hours per week tutoring other college students in math, chemistry, and physics. Most of my tutoring experience is in math: everything from algebra to business math to calculus.
I love using the expertise I've built up over the years to help other students succeed. For me, the most rewarding part of tutoring is seeing a student go from struggling in a class to eventually being able to say, "Aha, I get it!" I hope you'll pick me to help you with your tutoring need.
Math and science can be intimidating, but I'll break it down for you! I earned my B.S. in physics (with minors in math and chemistry) in 2013, then moved to Maryland to start my PhD. I am a fourth-year grad student in physics at UMD, College Park. At my undergrad institution, I spent an average of 10 hours per week tutoring other college students in math, chemistry, and physics. Most of my tutoring experience is in
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As a physics student, I am well-acquainted with algebra 1, and I have experience tutoring in this subject.
Calculus is my most-tutored subject. I tutored students in calculus all four years I was in college.
I tutored first-year Chemistry (I and II) for three years when I was in college.
I majored in physics in college and have the equivalent of a Master's degree now. I have tutored first-year physics and am available to help with high-level classes as well.
I worked with a high school precalculus student for the duration of her school year.