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Rhode Island College
Oklahoma State University (MBA) (Enrolled)
Hi! My name is Kori and I am a staff accountant for a small CPA firm here in the city. I was born and raised in Rhode Island and got my degree in accounting at Rhode Island College. I am currently a grad student at Oklahoma State University studying for my MBA. I've been tutoring since I've been in school. I remember in elementary school helping other students learn long division after school hours. While working on my Bachelor's I was a paid tutor for the university. In my free time I find myself helping my military friends who are taking classes part-time understand their accounting coursework. I know it can be hard to understand some teachers when they explain things in abstract ways, so I try to help by bringing things back to Earth. I can explain things in real terms, so it's easier to understand. Let me help you!
Hi! My name is Kori and I am a staff accountant for a small CPA firm here in the city. I was born and raised in Rhode Island and got my degree in accounting at Rhode Island College. I am currently a grad student at Oklahoma State
I offer group rates! $40/hour/student for groups of 2, $30/hour/student for groups of 3, or $25/hour/student for groups of 4 or more. Save yourself some money and bring a classmate!
Kori was very patient with me and my lack of accounting skills. She walked me through my homework problems and even provided example problems to help me better understand the material. She makes the material relatable by using real life situations and examples. Excellent tutor! I would recommend her to anyone!
Thanks Sarah! So glad I could help!
Kori met with my daughter only once for a quick math review before she took the ACT. She arrived on time and helped her with some questions she had. Their session was very helpful. When I first contacted her about tutoring my daughter, she replied within 30 minutes or less.
I'm an accounting student and I had a lot of problems in my accounting class, but when I met Kori my problems were gone, and now I have confidence in myself. Thank you so much, Kori!
I met with Ms. Kori. She is the best tutor. She has a bachelor degree in accounting, and she knows what she's talking about. She guided me step by step to the concepts in accounting and explained my homework problem. Also, she doesn't waster your time. Very recommended for any class in accounting.
Thanks so much Mary! Let me know if you need any more help!
Kori has been wonderful for my son in Geometry. Most importantly he likes her and she is able to get his attention and get the best out of him. She knows her stuff. I would recommend her to anyone in need of some help understanding Geometry or any other class. Again, we could not be more appreciative. Thanks.
Thanks Mitchel and Kandy! It's been great working with your son. Don't forget to let me know how he does on his final!
Kori has been very helpful for me in understanding my accounting I class. She knows the information and has a great approach toward teaching. I would recommend her to anyone that is looking for a tutor.
Thank you for all your help Kori.
I'm so glad I can help!
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Algebra can be a tough subject for students to grasp because it is technically a new language, the language of math. It can look so foreign and confusing. I do my best to show students what each problem means in real world terms and I teach them how to translate and talk out each new problem.
When I was a freshman in high school my biology teacher saw potential in me and recommended me for a genetics research pilot program at the local university. I learned a lot in that program, including that day-to-day scientific research work is boring. I did, however, keep my love for biology and genetics and I stay updated on the latest advances in the field.
One of my favorite experiences in elementary school was winning the geography bee in 4th grade. I taught myself a song to help me learn all of the states in alphabetical order. I used flashcards to memorize all of the state capitals. And I had a sticker book that helped me to learn the flags for every country. My favorite flag design is still the oddly shaped Nepalese flag (aside from the American flag of course!).
Geometry is one of those subjects that, if explained properly, can be understood by anyone. And because it is one of the few math subjects that people actually use as they get older, I think it's important for students to actually understand it instead of just being able to pass a test. Geometry is one of my favorite subjects because it is so easy to see how it is used in the real world. A picture can be drawn for every problem and an equation can be written for every picture!
I use Access on a daily basis as part of my job as an accountant. I have built databases and queries that link directly into Excel.
I use Excel every day for my accounting job and for my own personal finances. I've taken plenty of Excel training courses and trained a handful of people myself. I can show you how to make pivot tables, graphs and formulas work for you!
I have been using Outlook since it was first launched. It has changed a lot over the years, but my regular use of it has kept me up to date. I can show you how to schedule meetings and send invitations, sync your calendar with external programs or devices, create mailing lists, and customize everything so that it works for you.
I started reading when I was 4 and I was into chapter books by 1st grade. I would often get into trouble as a kid for staying up all hours of the night with a book and a flashlight. I believe it is important for kids to learn to love books. They can be such a great source of entertainment and knowledge.
I spent most of my Jr. High and High School years on a competitive swim team, the South County Seals. Our team went to the regional championships every year. In the last couple of years I was on the team I helped to teach the new 7-9 year olds proper stroke and kicking techniques.