I have tutoring experience off and on over the last 4 years. My favorite student was back in 2016, a high school student who was being home-schooled by his mother. She could teach him all the other subjects but math, as he wanted to learn the pre-calculus and trigonometry that she wasn't familiar with. I taught him for an hour a day, three times a week, for a semester. He had been bullied out of the high school he had been attending, and it was rewarding to see him slowly come out of his...
I have tutoring experience off and on over the last 4 years. My favorite student was back in 2016, a high school student who was being home-schooled by his mother. She could teach him all the other subjects but math, as he wanted to learn the pre-calculus and trigonometry that she wasn't familiar with. I taught him for an hour a day, three times a week, for a semester. He had been bullied out of the high school he had been attending, and it was rewarding to see him slowly come out of his shell at the same time as learning math.
I took calculus 1 and 2 in high school, and I scored 5 on both AP tests. I was 2 classes away from a math minor in college but I was unable to fit them into my schedule. As recently as April 2020 I was employed at the local college as a professional tutor, where I helped college students with algebra, trigonometry, statistics, and some calculus.
As the year 2020 has become more and more uncertain, and many schools are transitioning to online learning, I understand that it can be difficult to learn without the benefit of being in a classroom. Many teachers are doing the best they can with the new technology but many are struggling. I want to give you the help you need and supplement your online learning with the undivided attention you deserve.