I am a recent graduate of Brandeis University where I double majored in Neuroscience and Health Policy. I am a veteran of the Montgomery County Public School system. I graduated from the International Baccalaureate Program at Richard Montgomery, and was an AP Scholar with distinction. I love working with people to help promote understanding, especially in the areas of math and science.... Teaching style should strongly depend on the student, else you risk either wasting time...
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...in a class is because they have fallen behind in some way and therefore lost confidence. My main goal as a tutor will be to restore their confidence in the subject by providing complete understanding of concepts as well as preparing them for the most complex examples so that they will not be caught off guard in the class. I also believe tutoring should be a cooperation with the student because they have the best...
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...than formulas memorized. When helping students prepare for standardized tests I focus on taking practice exams and working with students on the areas they need the most help. Outside of school I enjoy hiking, gardening, reading, and cooking. I like to explore new ways of doing things and being outside. I like to try to strike a good balance between learning, working, and enjoying time by myself, as well as with friends and family. I...
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...150 hours in Pre-Calculus, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Chemistry. I love to teach because it lets me share my enthusiasm for mathematics and science with other students and helps me get a deeper understanding of material that is useful for my higher level mathematics and physics courses. As a tutor, I break down complicated problems into manageable concepts so students can gain confidence in solving these problems on their own.... I like to teach...
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...philosophy is that tutoring should by no means follow a one-size-fits-all approach. In my tutoring practice I focus on treating students as unique individuals, determining what is effective for each student, and getting to know each student's particular academic needs and goals. When it comes to SAT prep, I believe that understanding the material is always more important than simply understanding the test. I teach specific testing strategies and tricks, but I ensure that at...
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...any skill or problem can be broken down into small steps and tackled bit by bit. This makes hard problems far less scary and produces steady reward for the solver. My role in your study will be to help you find the small components in a problem and tackle each one, and provide a patient voice of encouragement for you. If you practice solving any kind of problem this way, eventually you won't believe that...
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...a total of 8 years of experience tutoring mathematics, particularly calculus. I also have 5 years of experience tutoring in the sciences, such as biology, chemistry, and physics. My experience has come in the form of private, one-on-one tutoring with students ranging in ages from 7th grade through adult learners, college-level review courses, and even teaching SAT prep courses. My students find me very relatable, and I've heard from several students that having someone close...
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...and english speaking skills. This is why Mathematics is my favourite subject to tutor. I am also comfortable tutoring for standardised tests such as the GRE and SAT. My goal is not merely to teach facts and formulas but rather to help the student develop the intuition behind them. I value critical thinking and problem solving skills and that is what I would like to teach my students as well. These are skills that are...
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...every year. It starts when you are 5 and just cumulates and cumulates and just doesn't stop, making any misunderstanding over the course of 13 years devastating. As a tutor, I back-track through any and all previous years to fill in the gaps that have cumulated over the years, in order to better tackle the new material at hand. I enjoy tutoring mathematics because once it is understood, it will be remembered and utilized throughout...
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...a B.S. in Biological Sciences. I have tutored private clients since 2011 and have experience tutoring students in Biology, Chemistry and Math. I also enjoy helping students prepare for standardized exams for undergraduate and graduate school admission. In addition to my private tutoring activities, I was also a TA to an introductory science course at Cornell. In this position, I lectured weekly to a section of 15 undergraduate students and learned how to engage students...
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I graduated from Oberlin College in 2008 with a double degree in math and politics, and then I moved to China. I spent more than four years in China working as a teacher for Chinese and international students. I've taught all different ages and types of students, in subjects ranging from ESL to math to SAT. I love teaching.
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...Science in Applied Mathematics. I have started tutoring 8 years ago. Transmitting my knowledge has always fascinated me. I have worked with a variety of student ranging from 5 to 35 years old. I am very patient and always using efficient techniques in order to explain concepts to my tutees. I worked with both LAUSD and LA's Best After-School Enrichment program where I had to create age-appropriate lesson plans. I enjoy making Mathematics easier for...
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...am happy to guide students at any level and tailor lessons to their needs. Although I enjoy writing and mathematics the most, I have a passion for physics, earth sciences, reading comprehension French and Japanese. I encourage students to find freedom in these subjects rather than trauma. In each lies a means of expression and an opportunity for dialogue. Physics, for example, offers us a completely new vocabulary for describing our natural world. My goal...
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...my Bachelor's Degree, including during my time at JHU, in subjects ranging from basic arithmetic to differential equations. My teaching philosophy is "math is easy"; my goal is to make sure you understand why math is intuitive and natural, so that it's easy for you, too. In my spare time, I like to to solve math puzzles (yeah, I know I'm a nerd), play video games and board games, and watch anime.... My teaching motto is...
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...& (International) Development from the University of Sussex. I know first-hand the challenges associated with manipulating equations and writing extended essays. My favorite subjects to tutor are Math, Physics, History, and Engineering. During tutoring sessions, I strive to make students comfortable with the material and confident in their abilities. I'm glad to work with you when you feel in over your head, when you want that little bit of extra polish, and at all times...
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...taught mathematics from grades K-12. Students benefit from tutoring sessions with me because they feel confident with the assignments they are given, and are able to retain and utilize the concepts that I have taught them. I know that they usually understand or master the topics I teach them, because I informally assess them at the end of the session and their results are at or above the level they are expected to be at....
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...the International Baccalaureate program so I am familiar and experience with the requirements (I went to an IB middle and high school). Throughout my career I have had much success with mentoring students. In the past 2 years I have personally mentored 4 students in how to be a effective research scientists (I taught things like proper lab techniques, basic biology/biochemistry, presentation skills, and how to apply science to the real world). All of my...
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...student who cares about his or her grades and knowledge. My areas of specialty are high school math/science and college algebra/chemistry. I also work with students who want to improve their scores on the SAT and ACT. I have been tutoring for over 18 years and have helped hundreds of students conquer their fears, gain confidence and earn the highest grades/scores possible in their respective subjects. I look forward to working with you today!!
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...for all of my students. I am also very patient and persistent. I put a great effort into explaining concepts until they are well understood. My method is basically dependent upon breaking down a concept into several smaller ideas. Some students might feel devastated or hopeless when it comes to a particular subject, so, I try to enhance their morale and attitude, giving them hope of improvement over the course of tutoring with me.
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...early age. I have taught public and private school mathematics, ran a tutoring company, and taught at the college level. I studied mathematics as an undergraduate, computer science as an undergraduate and grad student, and received my PhD in Linguistics. I am currently a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, and enjoy tutoring in my spare time, mostly to connect with students and practice the art of teaching which makes me happy and gives me...
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International Baccalaureate courses, also known as IB courses, focus on helping students like you approach an academically rigorous course of study in a way that is both far-reaching and in-depth. These classes generally present complex material, but guide students to see how various concepts are connected to day-to-day experiences and the lives of people around the world. While graduating high school with an IB Diploma is prestigious and can increase your chances of entering a top-tier college or university, it is also a rigorous and overwhelming process. While only the most exceptional of individuals are able to participate in an IB program, that doesn't mean that they don't struggle to complete their studies with high marks. If you are an IB student who has difficulty keeping up with the fast pace of IB Mathematics HL, or you simply want to broaden your knowledge of the subject as a whole, you could benefit from working under the assistance of an experienced tutor.

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Recent IB Mathematics HL Tutoring Session Notes

The student and I reviewed for his upcoming final exam in Math. Topics included trigonometry, algebra, vectors, and calculus. Yesterday, we focused primarily on the calculus portion of the exam, which tests differentiation, integration, and using differential equations. We practiced multiple methods of integration and general approach techniques for solving integrals.

The student had two tests that we went over. She's missed some school time due to illness. She has been going to her teacher for extra help. She also has another test coming up within the week. We went over some of the new material she is learning this week on standard deviation. In another week or so, after another tutoring session and extra help, I feel she will be caught up. She seems to pick up on the material quickly.

We worked through a number of practice problems involving complex numbers, both in Cartesian and modulus-argument form, drawing Argand diagrams, and applying De Moivre's theorem. We also solved problems finding the roots and complex roots of polynomial equations.

The student has a strong grasp on radicals, factorizations, expansion, and statistics. She will need to review some of the topics covered earlier in the semester (i.e. coordinate geometry). For our next session, we will focus on the most challenging topics: matrices and problems involving bearings and law of sines/cosines.