EducationBachelor of Science in Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
ExperienceI have had quite a bit of teaching and tutoring experience with various aged students. I have helped to tutor children as young as elementary school up through high school as well as some less professional tutoring at the college level. I have taught calculus, pre-calculus, English and physics to high school students on numerous occasions as a substitute teacher for pay. I also have experience tutoring middle school students in algebra as well as pre-algebra for pay. My SAT scores are a 780 in math, 720 in verbal and 640 in writing. I would make a good tutor not only because of the experience from having taken the subjects I have listed, but also because of my experience teaching and working with students younger than me. I feel like I can connect with a student who may be struggling or who just may not be that motivated and really get them to get involved in their own work and learn good study habits. This has always been my goal when tutoring and I feel that it qualifies me above other tutors because I look at my job not only as a way of getting the student to improve his or her grade, but to improve his or her study habits and interest in his or her education. I have completed several biology,(genetics, biochem, cellular biology, experimental, etc.), chemistry (intro and organic), math (calculus I&II, Linear Algebra, Stats & Probability) and physics (Classical Mech, E&M) subjects at MIT and feel that I have a good grasp on and can explain several of the sciences well. Pay and schedule is flexible. Times especially, are negotiable and will probably be worked out during the hiring process to best fit all schedules.
HobbiesMy less academic interests include participating in and watching sports of all kinds (my favorites include basketball, football, soccer and swimming to name a few) messing around with programming languages and music.
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