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RachelI attended Washington University to earn my bachelor's degree in women and gender studies. I also took pre-medical courses, my favorite which were microbiology, organic chemistry, anatomy, and physiology. When I work with students, I utilize a collaborative process. I ask a lot of questions to lead students down the path of understanding, and also to gauge progress. It's fun for me to take difficult concepts and re-explain them in basic steps and in ways that are easier to understand. I often find that when students are frustrated with a concept, it usually because their vision of it is poorly organized. I like to help students work through this, and it's rewarding to see them make sense of the topic they struggled with. I can tutor students in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, chemistry, microbiology, physiology, essay editing, reading, writing, and test preparation for the ACT, MCAT, and others. In my free time, I like to dance, cook, teach, and read.
Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor in Arts, Women and Gender Studies
MargaretI went to the University of Arizona to earn my bachelor's degree in physiology. I also earned minors in psychology and chemistry. I'm currently in the University of Arizona nursing program seeking a master's degree. As a tutor, I experienced working with student-athletes at the university. I eventually was promoted to a certified advanced tutor by the College Reading and Learning Association. I enjoy helping students learn topics that seem difficult at first. I get satisfaction from helping students master subjects. My ultimate goal is the success of each student I work with. I can tutor students in algebra, chemistry, Spanish, geometry, pre-calculus, English composition, and others. I've had the opportunity to work with everyone from middle school to college students at all levels of ability. In my free time, I'm interested in travel and culture. I also enjoy playing soccer, and I'm self-taught in the acoustic guitar and piano. Other interests include visiting the ocean to go surfing, running, and cooking.
University of Arizona - Bachelors, Physiology with Minors in Chemistry and Psychology
University of Arizona - Masters, Nursing
ChristinaI attended the University of Massachusetts - Amherst for my bachelor's degree in political economy. I then went on to work in college during my master's degree in math education. At both schools, I graduated summa cum laude. I'm now working on a master's in public administration at NYU Wagner. My concentration is education policy. I've been teaching math for four years, working with students on middle school math topics and teaching geometry, trigonometry, and algebra. I've also taught health. Students I work with include remedial level students, advanced placement students, ESL students, and others. I believe every student can succeed in math, and I focus on helping students become confident in their abilities. I guide students through step-by-step approaches that they can repeat to find answers on their own. I like to help students develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills that they can use in math and in other subjects. When students say they don't like math, I believe that they have not been taught in the right way. I aim to alleviate this problem. I can tutor students in algebra, geometry, middle school level math, pre-calculus, trigonometry, and other related topics. I can also help students prepare for the math portions of the ACT, SAT, and other tests. In my free time, I enjoy soccer, snowboarding, backpacking, and rock climbing.
University of Massachusetts Amherst - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science/Economics
CUNY Brooklyn College - Master of Science, Mathematics Education
NYU Wagner - Master in Public Health Administration, Non-profit and Public Administration
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