I graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC in 2008, the oldest English speaking acting conservatory in the world. I graduated Summa from University of St Thomas with a BA in English, and just wrapped up a MS in Data Science from Northwestern. I'm a huge Red Sox fan and love watching detective shows when I have free time.... Positivity. Always. I believe that if a student is given positive tools and is...
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...at West Virginia University and only recently made the move to sunny Southern California. Having previously studied pre-medicine, my educational interests have been quite varied and extensive. That said, I am most passionate about business, finance, math, and English courses. As an avid reader and amateur writer, English has long been a favorite subject and I enjoy discussing alternative viewpoints and thoughts on contemporary and classic literature. Outside of the classroom and the board room,...
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...with math and physics, where understanding the theory is often the key to being able to see a problem and find the right path to a solution. I also try to apply this method to test preparation, so that students aren't just following a test-taking strategy because they were told to, they are using that strategy because they were encouraged to discover it for themselves and they understand why it works. Ultimately, I enjoy teaching...
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...all ages, ranging from elementary school to college students through various subjects. I have also worked extensively with special needs children, doing everything from teaching special education to one-on-one in-home mentoring. Through my experiences, I have continued to carry my passion for working with children and have developed my skills in making successful and individualized learning fun. Math, science and test prep are the subjects I'm particularly passionate about tutoring, as I've always loved those...
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...Valley High School. I have lived in 7 different cities in 18 years and love to go on road trips! I love dark chocolate and Thai food anytime, any day. My favorite subject to teach is Math, because I like to work with numbers! I strongly believe in incentives. I believe that setting small treats for each goal you reach will motivate you to do better, as long as you set your mind to it....
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...application help. Being the oldest in my family, the application process was very new and overwhelming. Through countless research and helping younger students, I am confident in my knowledge of the application process and my ability to help formulate strong essays and applications. As an engineering student, I am constantly learning new math and science topics and know how frustrating it can be to not understand them. I hope my knowledge can help alleviate or...
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...Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at UT Dallas and then went on to complete two and half years of medical school with clinical rotations at UT Southwestern Medical Center. I liked all the specialties in which I rotated, but I did not feel called to any one specialty in particular like my peers did. This is why I left medical school in 2018 to pursue a M.S. in Applied Cognition and Neuroscience at UT Dallas....
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...System in Elmhurst, IL and graduate from The University of Wisconsin in Madison, I understand the gap that can form between teachers and students first hand. Combining a relational teaching style, and a strong value of education, I believe that the unique needs of every student deserve consideration and that it is the role of the tutor to find the perfect way to teach. It is my personal wish that if a student has a...
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...a graduate student at Portland State University in the Mathematical Sciences PhD program. I have a lot of tutoring experience both private and with the Southern Oregon University Math and Science Tutoring Center where I worked for 3 years as a math tutor. I also handled tutoring for statistics and lower division physics. For the past 2 years I was the lead math tutor and a writing tutor in the Writing Center at SOU. I...
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...an academically competitive environment in Fort Bend County and my rigorous secondary education prepared me for success in college. I am a fortunate member of the Terry Scholarship Foundation, which has provided me and hundreds of other Texans with a private, four-year, full-ride scholarship. As a Terry Scholar, I am well-versed in all subjects and have taken on the role of mentor to many of the incoming freshmen. I have spent most of my free...
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I am a current undergrad at Georgia Tech majoring in Computer Science. I've been tutoring for a few years and love working one-on-one or in small groups. I believe every person has a unique learning style, and as a tutor, I should be flexible and adaptable in the way I teach. Seeing the progress students make is rewarding, and in turn, I hope I can make learning a more positive and enjoyable experience.
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...I have worked with a variety of ages and I am extremely enthusiastic. Some more background about me is that I'm from a suburb of Chicago and I'm a hard core Blackhawks fan. I love lacrosse and field hockey. I played both of them since high school and play on the club field hockey team in Madison. I am a HUGE pet lover as I have a dog of my own. I tutor mathematics for...
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...I myself was a student in Middle School, then tutored Chemistry in college and grad school for people earning their Bachelors degrees. I have been tutoring while also being an Upper School Science and Math teacher for over 19 years. I teach all levels of Chemistry (including AP), Physics (regular and honors), AP Environmental Science, Honors Precalculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 1 and 2, Earth Science, and Physical Science and have taught Chemistry and Physics at the...
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...spending most of my summer in Boston taking Organic Chemistry at Harvard. Outside of the classroom, I'm a part of Georgetown's club rugby team and also participate in GUMSHOE, a club that teaches math and science to inner city students. I also enjoy going for runs to the monuments in DC and playing in pickup soccer games! For me, I especially enjoy tutoring mathematics because I think it serves as a foundation for a number...
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...bilingual math and science, and I am a certified bilingual education teacher in the state of Texas. I love learning, imparting knowledge, and bilingualism, and I am eager to assist students with academic goals. Previously, I've taught 3rd grade bilingual courses including English and Spanish literacy and grammar as well as math, science, and social studies. I have also tutored high school and university writing and math. I have extensive writing and editing experience as...
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...University Honors program at The Ohio State University studying computer science engineering with a math minor. STEM education was very important to me in my own schooling and I believe every student should try to study STEM subjects. In teaching algebra, calculus, and physics, I like to go in depth with the material to ensure students really understand why the material works. There is a certain beauty in science and math and I encourage students...
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...Island College and have worked as a Math Tutor and Teacher's Assistant throughout my time at RIC. Intellectually, I believe knowledge is fluid and requires practice to perfect. I enjoy showing my peers/students different ways of examining problems in order to achieve a well-rounded understanding of the material through derivation, never memorization. My main mission is to showcase my passion for Math and hopefully encourage students to see the beauty and wonder of this phenomenal...
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...of the University of Oregon's Environmental Science program, and have minors in Biology and Latin American studies. In the fall I will be starting a program in Speech and Hearing Sciences, and plan to follow up with a masters in Speech Language Pathology. During my undergraduate career, I was enthralled with the life sciences, and am passionate about passing that excitement on. The subjects that I love teaching most are Algebra, Geometry, Life Science, and...
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...get my certificate to Teach English as a Second language and also to teach adults, teenagers and small children where I was also able to teach a Spanish class. I spent the summer in a summer camp in Turkey where I help teenagers and kids with their everyday life and activities in English. While I love Physics and Math, I am tutoring several Math topics, such as, Algebra, Calculus, Pre-Algebra, Pre-Calculus and also Spanish and...
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...applications, or basic chemistry and math problems it all starts with the same steps: A) What do I know? B) What do I want to know? C) How do I get from A to B? I did PhD research in computational chemistry and dream of becoming a middle school math teacher if I win the lottery. PS - My online sessions will frequently be monitored by my chihuahua, Piper. She's quiet, but expect a pop-by...
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During our first session we reviewed previous material from his first week of class. We completed chapter 10: reviewed concepts in each section and did representative example and practice problems. The goal is to improve the students confidence in regards to approaching problems and knowing how to systematically solve them. His 2nd quiz is this Friday on Chapter 11. As long as he remains calm and thinks through the problem while solving, I anticipate him performing better than his 1st assessment.

We covered 1 assignment and 3/4 of another today. The student wants to brush up on his math skills which is understandable as he hasn't taken a math course in 7 years. I would recommend that he schedules a few more sessions per week to give him the opportunity to review the things he has forgotten and to finish up all the assignments he has to complete.

The tutor reviewed basic concepts with the students according to the review sheet for the class. The students and the tutor also worked through problems from the study guides. He helped students with the problems that covered the concepts of normal distribution, mean, median, mode, standard deviations, variance, etc.

The student was preparing to take two final exams for the semester, specifically in his math classes. We took time to review some of the problems from his final exam. He also had other questions he had to answer from a writing class. I gave some advice on the problems as well as the written questions he needed to answer. He sent me other problems later on in the evening and the next day.

We covered 90% of homework on 1.1: evaluating functions, adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing fractions, finding the domain and word problem applications of functions. He was able to complete most if it himself with only a few questions and a few small errors that he spotted when I mentioned them.

Student had an excellent grasp of current material being studied and reviewed for upcoming test. Had her practice each subject she was currently reviewing and she was able to solve with both speed and correctness. Worked ahead by incorporating other knowledge into practice problems and once explained she understood how to solve and reach answers quickly.