University of Maryland, College Park (BS Finance)
Hi everyone! I'm Michael. I'm a Finance graduate from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland in College Park. As a senior in high school and as a requirement of the National Honor Society, I tutored a 9th grader in Algebra. When we first met, her exam scores consisted of D's and C's. After learning with me on numerous occasions, she ended her semester with a B+. Her mom was very pleased and I received a big hug of gratitude from my student. Throughout my scholastic career, I received A's in math including, but not limited to Calculus, the last math class of my formal education. I also obtained an 800 in the math portion of the SAT's. What I love most about tutoring is nurturing an infectious passion to learn - a passion so strong it compels my student to extend it to others. I recognize the role my students would play in their personal growth, and I appreciate and admire their initiative in seeking out assistance as it demonstrates their proactive desire to improve.
First and foremost, I aim to understand. I believe this character trait enables me to be more in tune with another's needs in terms of how he or she would most efficiently and effectively receive and retain information. If you're looking for a friendly and personable math tutor, who guarantees improvement, you found him! If you think I'm the tutor for you, I encourage you to contact me to learn more and schedule our first lesson. I look forward to hearing from you! Hi everyone! I'm Michael. I'm a Finance graduate from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland in College Park. As a senior in high school and as a requirement of the National Honor Society, I tutored a
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