Frequency of sessions depends on the student’s needs and goals. If your student is behind in material or needs a good amount of support during a class, I recommend two-three weekly 1-hour sessions. There are also 90 minute and 120 minute sessions that may benefit others. If a student is motivated and needs the help, tremendous progress can be made with sessions three times per week. Sessions can also be scheduled on an as-needed basis, or if a regularly-scheduled student needs extra help one week (such as due to an upcoming test).
I am a graduate of Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep (Class of 2019), and a current freshman at the University of Denver. Throughout high school, I spent my time tutoring others, and was always the first recommendation teachers within the math department would have if they had struggling students. I am confident that I have the skills necessary to help your child succeed in math. As a testament to my success, I have scored high on multiple AP Exams (4's and 5's), such as AP Calculus AB, AP US History, and AP US Government and Politics. I have even scored a 770 on the SAT Math Section. I plan on majoring in mathematics in college, and have one goal: Math IS for ALL.
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