As a college freshman, I can say that I am pretty confidence in teaching students with high school level or below since these knowledge are still fresh to me. I understand that math could be hard to understand sometimes, which is why I would always simplify the method and make sure my students understand where each equation comes from rather than just giving them an equation to memorize. I would also give out similar practice problems to ensure my students have learned the material. I believe the most important thing about math is understanding rather than memorizing because many equations are actually connected with each other logically, which makes understanding their connections the key to solving every problem.
I am currently a freshman at UCSD, majoring in biochemistry. Learning math and chemistry have always been easy to me throughout my life, and teaching them is definitely one of my favorite hobbies because I have always been interested in both topics. Whenever my peers had problems with math or chemistry at school, they would always come to me because how well I can explain the topics to them. Additionally, I was in a private tutoring institution, Cambridge Institute, in diamond bar where I coached around 20 middle school students for a national math competition, Math Circle. Many students earned an award in that competition and in school most of them got their grades to the A range.
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