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University of Utah (Math)
Hi, let me tell you a little bit about myself.
I absolutely adore learning, and since I excelled in school I was naturally drawn to tutoring. I thought it might just be a good way to make some extra money, but what I didn't expect was how much I'd love it. Working one-on-one with somebody is incredibly rewarding to me. I seem to have a natural talent for explaining concepts in a way people can understand. There's a reason I have a perfect 5-star rating on this site, and it's because I have a strong understanding of the subject matter I teach and a way of teaching that makes my students comfortable.
In high school, I took and passed 11 AP tests including Economics (macro and micro), Chemistry, English Lit. and Composition, Calculus, Statistics, European and US History, Music and Psychology. I got a 33 on my ACT (30 - Science, 33 - Math, 35 - English, and 36 - Reading), and as I got older, I came to thoroughly love mathematics - so that's now my main focus. But I'm happy to offer my services on any subject. One thing I don't have under my belt (for now) is a college degree. I left the University of Utah in my early twenties to pursue music. I currently spend some amount of my time each year writing and recording music, or touring the country with my band (I play the piano and it's a rock band, if you wanted to know).
Just because I'm not currently pursuing my degree doesn't mean I don't value knowledge, though. I consider myself an auto-didact or life-long student and I've taught myself dozens of subjects that I now comfortably teach to others. I spend hours every week working through online courses or MOOCs to expand my knowledge base and make sure I'm prepared to help my students. I think this somewhat unorthodox approach is a plus, however. I mean, if I can teach it to myself, then I can teach it to you. I was always good in school, but it wasn't until I started exploring subjects on my own that I really developed a depth of understanding. Eventually, I do intend to return to school to get my degree in mathematics with the intention of teaching.
I tend to take sessions in public places like libraries or coffee shops, but I am happy to work with you to find the best place possible. Feel free to message me to set up a lesson or if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your consideration. And have a great day! Hi, let me tell you a little bit about myself.
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