Milligan College (Mathematics)
I was born with the passion to teach; my younger sister and I would constantly play school when we were younger. Throughout my years of school, I have had friends and classmates come up to me for help. Now as a rising junior at Milligan College, I am working towards becoming a math teacher. Last summer I had fee based independent tutoring opportunities with students via school and family/friend references. These students provided positive feedback and showed outstanding progress. Tutoring provides students with the one-on-one attention that he/she may not receive in a regular classroom setting and may also increase one's confidence in the subject or skill.
Due to the numerous math courses I have completed, my strengths are in teaching Algebra I and Algebra II. However, I can teach math up to Calculus, with a little review on my part.
I have maintained an A/B average in all my classes thus far simply due to good study skills. Every student is different--some study skills may work for one student and not another--so it is important to find what study skills work best for you.
I look forward to hearing from you and helping you increase your confidence! I was born with the passion to teach; my younger sister and I would constantly play school when we were younger. Throughout my years of school, I have had friends and classmates come up to me for help. Now as a rising junior at Milligan College, I am working towards becoming a math teacher. Last summer I had fee based independent tutoring
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I developed good study habits beginning in middle school and have continued to use them throughout college. Every night, I put away distractions (phone, tv, music, etc) to review my notes from each class to makes sure I understand the material covered that day, taking a 30 minute study break every hour or so. I begin studying for quizzes, tests, exams, etc. at least 4 days before the day of the exam. When I'm in a time crunch and need to cram, I will cram the night before the night before the exam (so 2 days before the day of the test).