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Randolph College (Engineering Physics)
I am currently in my fourth year studying Mechanical Engineering at Washington University in a five year dual degree program. I transferred from a small liberal arts college where connections with others were very important as everyone knew everybody. Many relationships I formed came from the two years I spent tutoring other students as a work-study job. I tutored computer science, introductory physics, math and calculus. I was one of the most valued tutors of the around thirty employed as I had the most hours and earned Tutor of the Year for this last school year.
I love working one-on-one with students to help them better understand topics that may have been gone over too quickly in class. Math is a subject I am very passionate about and I consider Calculus to be my forte. Sharing that passion and tutoring is more of an enjoyment than a job for me. The biggest challenge in my experience is taking multiple approaches to problems and finding new ways of explaining a tough topic to someone who may not learn the same way. This is one of my favorite parts to tutoring though. I am pretty easy-going and will leave the structure of the tutoring session up to my tutee if he or she has a preference. I do have high expectations however and I believe everyone can succeed in a subject a lot of people are afraid of as long as you put the work in. I am looking forward to meeting with you! I am currently in my fourth year studying Mechanical Engineering at Washington University in a five year dual degree program. I transferred from a small liberal arts college where connections with others were very important as everyone knew everybody. Many
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I have tutored college level Calculus I and II for the past two years. I took and succeeded in all math classes required for a B.A. in Engineering Physics, including up to Calculus III, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. Math is certainly my favorite subject and I had at least five regular tutees weekly.