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Temple University (Mathematical Econ)
In 2014, I graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Temple University. While studying for my Bachelor's Degree of Mathematical Economics, I worked as a one-on-one math and chemistry tutor for two years. Although I tutored college level topics, I also have experience working with elementary through high school students. I worked as a camp counselor for three years, encouraging campers to participate in group activities and develop interpersonal skills which are essential in the work environment. I also volunteered with the organization, Spark, through which I paired up with a seventh grader and helped her develop and present her business plan to a group of professionals.
Having studied Mathematical Economics, I have experience in several math topics, which include but are not limited to Elementary Math, Algebra, Calculus (1, 2, and 3) and Statistics. As a tutor at Temple University, I covered general math while focusing my one-on-one sessions on College Algebra and Statistics.
During the work week (Mon-Fri), I am available for tutoring in the evenings, from 6pm onward. On weekends, my availabilities are more flexible.
I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve your academic goals! In 2014, I graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Temple University. While studying for my Bachelor's Degree of Mathematical Economics, I worked as a one-on-one math and … Read more
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