I have been tutoring since entering high school. I started with peer tutoring in subjects like prealgebra, algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, physics, and even chemistry. I tutored every day in school for four years until I graduated. In addition, I have also done paid tutoring for middle school students, teaching them trigonometry and algebra. With my help, they were able to top their classes in scores.
Since being enrolled in university, I have been helping other students when...
I have been tutoring since entering high school. I started with peer tutoring in subjects like prealgebra, algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, physics, and even chemistry. I tutored every day in school for four years until I graduated. In addition, I have also done paid tutoring for middle school students, teaching them trigonometry and algebra. With my help, they were able to top their classes in scores.
Since being enrolled in university, I have been helping other students when they take classes I have already completed. I've helped with subjects like multivariable calculus, Newtonian physics, and physics of electricity and magnetism. Currently I am hoping to start assisting professors in class as a TA or LA, and I plan to be a TA in grad school while I pursue my career in physics.
With tutoring, my goal is to help others learn. I take pride in helping others understand material on a broader and deeper level, so that they are able to succeed in their academic careers.
I have been consistently proficient in every math class I have taken up to and past linear algebra. In addition to courses, I had been a part of my high school's math team, where I consistently ranked the top of the team in scoring. On top of these qualifications, I have been tutoring various levels of math to students from elementary school to college.
As a physics major, my life focuses on understanding physics. Taking AP Physics C in high school, I often helped other classmates with the material and topped the class in test scores. After AP results came out, I learned I not only earned the highest score among my peers, but I also was able to skip introductory courses in university. One of my goals in life is to eventually become a professor in physics, and tutoring is one way I can develop my skills.
In total, I am prepared to help in any way as long as I am able to. Even if a subject is not necessarily in my field of knowledge, I will gladly learn it if it means I can help someone understand it better. I promise I wi