I gave lessons to other high school kids varying from grade 9-12. I vary my teaching methods based on what suits the students most. If the student happens to be a visual learner, I will give him/her more examples. Furthermore, I will ask the students questions to make sure that they are understanding the material because I don't want to advance into something new if the student doesn't know what I previously taught him/her.
I am currently pursuing a B.S in Chemical and Molecular Engineering student at Stony Brook University. In the future I'm hoping to also major in Applied Math and Statistics. I've had previous tutoring experience in high school where I tutored kids in algebra, geometry, algebra 2 and trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus I, chemistry, and occasionally in the ACT.
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