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Professors who don't want to teach, unintelligible teaching assistants and helprooms that aren't helpful...sound familiar?
I've always believed that education is the answer and I tirelessly devote my time and energy to aiding my students not only learn their course material, but also learn how to become independent learners. I've also served as an unofficial mentor, as many students have turned to me for advice and general support.
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Math: Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus 1-3, Differential Equations
Chemistry: General Chemistry 1-2
Physics: Physics 1 (Classical), Physics 2 (Electricity & Magnetism)
Rate for 1-on-1 sessions depends on your needs (course, session frequency), but typically varies from $100-150/hr. I prefer to work with dedicated & devoted students and typically meet with students 3-6 hours per week.
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I helped a student prepare for a Physics midterm and met for only 3 sessions the week of the exam. After the test, the student found out her grade and shared her great news:
"I got my exam grade back and I only missed three questions! Thank you so much for your help, it definitely had a part in my grade!"
I taught a CU-Boulder student Calc 3 because the professor & TAs were unable to present the material in an effective way. They met 3 times a week and she focused on deepening his understanding of the material by relating it to previous courses and to his major. The student excelled in that course and, the next semester, he came back for Differential Equations assistance. He performed so well in Differential Equations that he was contacted by the department to work as an undergraduate teaching assistant for the course.
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