As I have learned from experience, I believe the teaching methodology that is most effective for students is through lots of examples. The way I teach different concepts is by allowing the student to try the example at first without any help and after they have attempted it, we can go through the problem step by step to tackle the issue so that it could not happen again.
I am a second year UC Berkeley student studying molecular and cellular biology who has been tutoring math and sciences for the past two years. I have also recently started to teach the SAT as well because of my expertise in the area (self-taught to earn 1530 on the New SAT).
2017-present: Tutor on neighberhood.com and similar websites
2017: Took the SAT with the score of 1530
2018: Accepted to UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC Davis (Honors Program), Waitlisted to Johns Hopkins
2018: Las Lomas High School, GPA: 4.47
Expected 2022: University of California, Berkeley, Intended Molecular and Cellular Biology, GPA: 3.83
This UC Berkeley student is incredibly bright and extremely hard working. Furthermore, not only is he patient with all types of kids, he will try and find ways to make math fun and exciting for them! All in all, a great tutor I would recommend to anyone :).
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