This will depend on the student's needs. Sometimes, showing a procedure to solve some of the more common problems is the way to go, seeing as how that is where the bulk of the grades come from. Sometimes, however, it is best to take time to go over the theory behind these problems, which comes into play for multiple choice problems quite often.
Physics student heading into McGill University in Montreal. Have been tutoring friends and acquaintances ever since high school, and was hired to do so more professionally for a year, but went to online teaching due to Covid. Have tutored more students than I can count.
I would be teaching online, accepting 20$/hr for post-secondary classes and 10$/hr for secondary classes
Currently enrolled to Dawson College, with one more semester to complete.
I have a 35 R score and have passed all my science classes with a 90 or above.
I have been teaching topics such as Calculus I, Calculus II, Linear Algebra, Mechanics, Waves, E&M, General Chemistry and Chemistry of Solutions for over a year
Helped me pass sec 5 chem
He knows his stuff and explains it in the simplest way possible so it’s very clear and understandable. Very easy to learn from for struggling individuals like i was.
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