I am a recent high school graduate. In high school, I spent a significant amount of time helping students of all grades understand the field of math. I really enjoy helping students understand how math works rather than simply teaching them how to do it--learning the functionality of math helps with long term understanding of the field.
Moreover, I was recently admitted to the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) where I am starting the path to getting my masters in pure mathematics.
I...
I am a recent high school graduate. In high school, I spent a significant amount of time helping students of all grades understand the field of math. I really enjoy helping students understand how math works rather than simply teaching them how to do it--learning the functionality of math helps with long term understanding of the field.
Moreover, I was recently admitted to the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) where I am starting the path to getting my masters in pure mathematics.
I graduated high school as rank 1 in my class; I got a 750 on the math portion of the SAT; I skipped a grade of math; and I am currently taking college math classes and doing research in the field. Furthermore, my entire high school career involved helping students between 9th and 12th grade understand their math classes (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Precalc, Calc).
I understand everyone has different learning styles and overall different wants from tutoring. Thus, I tend to be adaptable, and I believe my experience has really made me a versatile teacher.