I have finished my first year at The Georgia Institute of Technology while pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in nanotechnology. I have been tutoring for about two years and have tutored a wide variety of subjects, but my favorite to teach is Math of any sort. I started tutoring my peers in high school, and from there I started branching out and tutoring other high school students in my area.
One of my favorite things about tutoring is what I call the "AH HA" moment. That moment when a student has been struggling with a subject matter and then all the sudden the light bulb turns on and it starts to make sense. I fully understand that some people may feel that math isn't for them, but I will do my best to make it as fun and interactive as possible.
I also understand that math can be quite challenging at times. I have taken plenty of classes where I felt lost and had to reach out for help. I was very fortunate to have had great tutors and teachers and will do my best to employ those same techniques to help my students.
I am very patient and do my best to tailor my teaching style based on each student's needs. I have no problem going over the same material over and over until my students understand it to the best of their ability. There is no such thing as a dumb question, and I will happily go out of my way to research other means of teaching a subject if for some reason my method is not effective for my student.
Feel free to contact me at your convenience and I will answer any questions that you have!
Undergraduate Degree: Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - Current Undergrad Student, Mechanical Engineering
I love to build and design hardware, make investments, trade in the stock market, research about the economy, go whitewater rafting, and play video games
High School Physics
Middle School Science
Study Skills and Organization