Biola University (Env. Science)
Hi, my name is Rachel, and I love to help students understand what they're learning in school. As a graduate of Biola University, I have found myself in a position to help students with what they do not understand. While at college, I spent some of my free time (when not working at the campus bookstore and doing my own homework) tutoring students in the local community. Since then, I have had the opportunity to regularly help students both with their homework and to help them learn concepts that they will soon by encountering in their classes.
While this may seem unusual to current students, I loved learning in my classes, and I want to be able to pass on my knowledge to those who need a little bit of extra help. Additionally, that would give me a chance to keep using what I learned in school so that I don't forget it! As such, I would love to help explain concepts to students so that they can understand what's going on in class, in addition to helping them do their homework. My strongest areas are math, especially pre-algebra, algebra and geometry, and English. In regards to math, I love working with numbers and figuring out how to solve problems to get the right answer. On that note, basic chemistry is also an area in which I excel since it is so math-based. As far as English goes, I'm what some people may refer to as a "grammar zealot," and I am therefore more than proficient at editing papers that students plan on turning in to their classes to improve the sound and quality of their writing.
At this point in time, my schedule is fairly flexible. If you are looking for someone to help you or your child understand difficult concepts, please feel free to get in touch with me so that we can work out a time to meet. Hi, my name is Rachel, and I love to help students understand what they're learning in school. As a graduate of Biola University, I have found myself in a position to help students with what they do not understand. While at college, I spent some of my free time (when not working at the campus bookstore and doing my own homework) tutoring students
We have had an amazing experience with Rachel. I highly recommend her for tutoring. She is punctual, reliable, patient, and overall wonderful!
Great job! Very patient! Rachel did a wonderful job with my daughter on her first lesson. Excited to see the progress.
Rachel always shows up when scheduled and has been consistently helping my son get a better understanding of Geometry. We appreciate her hard work and dedication!
Rachel did a great job teaching matrixes and solving inequalities. She was able to explain concepts in a clear and helpful manner!
Rachel tutored our daughter and was prepared, patient and prompt. She was respectful and flexible in terms of when we could meet her. She was great and we would recommend her to anyone.
Rachael has been helping my daughter on and off for 2 years now. This year she is coming more regularly. She has been very accommodating to our schedule, is patient and is an effective teacher. Thank you.
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