My teaching approach is I like to go over the material (could be textbook or problems) and figure out what the student is stuck on. Then I go over the concepts and explain and guide them through thoroughly. Then I like to have them work on some practice problems to see if they have a grasp on the material. If they still need help, I will work out more examples and explain the concept again. Then I will have them perform practice problems to test their mastery on the concept.
I am currently a third year Chemical Engineering major at UCR. Although I just started tutoring, I've found myself in the past able to help my friends understand course materials and I've breezed through these topics. My motto is that if I can explain these concepts to someone and get them to understand it, then I've truly mastered it.
Prices vary depending on which difficulty of math course. (Harder math course relates to higher prices)
I understand the struggles, which is why I am always open to price negotiating. :)
Currently a third year chemical engineering student
Math classes (specifically algebra, geometry, pre-calculus/calculus) have been very easy for me and I passed with high As
I tutored middle schoolers while I was in high school (pre-algebra, algebra, geometry)
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