Tutoring is my passion. I've worked as a tutor for three years, and I have received official tutoring certifications from the College Reading & Learning Association. It is my goal and personal joy to break down the material in a way so that the student has a new understanding that they may not have had before.
I specialize in algebra 1 and 2, calculus, French, and economics courses, all of which I've studied at my university. I have maintained a 4.0 in my studies. I have tutored both on the...
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Algebra 1

I use algebra significantly in my study of economics, so I have a fresh memory of the math. I have tutored algebra I for 5 years. Mathematics was one of my minors, and I have aced courses of higher levels than algebra I.

Algebra 2

While I was attending college and studying mathematics and economics, the algebra that I have used in those subjects has predominately been derived from this course. I have tutored Algebra II for 4 years as well. I have excelled in courses at higher levels than this course, so I have confidence that I am able to tutor it.

Calculus

Calculus is one of my favorite courses to tutor. I graduated from Charleston Southern University having studied Calculus I, II, and II. I have tutored fellow students in this class before, being one of the top students in the class.

Precalculus

I am educated in precalculus and calculus, and received college credit for the equivalent of a precalculus course through my high school education. I have tutored the course at my university. I use material from precalculus in both calculus and economics consistently to stay refreshed on the material.

Macroeconomics

Economics was my major, and it was the most common subject I tutored while at the Learning Center at Charleston Southern. I have tutored over 100 hours in economics alone. I have a set method of tutoring in this subject as I allow the students to rationalize through the answers as the bulk of economic questions deal with incentives, so I use the students' incentives to tutor them.

Microeconomics

Economics was my major, and it was the most common subject I tutored while at the Learning Center at Charleston Southern. I have tutored over 100 hours in economics alone. I have a set method of tutoring in this subject as I allow the students to rationalize through the answers as the bulk of economic questions deal with incentives, so I use the students' incentives to tutor them.