It takes one to two classes for me to adapt to my students needs. I like to start by going over your teachers way of doing math and explain their method but I have learned in my experience there sometimes easier ways to solve the problems. It takes a few classes to learn how my students learn and adapt to their needs. Not everyone learns the same and there is not a set method on teaching, so what works for one student does not necessarily work for another student. Adapting to each student is key to teaching someone a subject they are not comfortable in the first place.
I am a business finance student at Cal State. I was previously a mechanical engineering major but decided business was more to my liking. I have taking plenty of college level math class ranging from geometry to calculus 2. I have been tutoring my friends since middle school in almost all subjects but math is my preferred subject to tutor. I've had three students as clients in tutoring the rest of my experience is from tutoring friends and relatives. I yet to have a student or friend fail after I help tutor them. Transferred to a Cal state with a 3.42 GPA.
Rate varies from subject a difficulty level. I do offer better rates if we meet more than three hours a week.
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