Kennesaw State University – B.S. Mathematics
Hi, I’m Seline! I got my bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Kennesaw State University. During my college study, I worked at Science and Math Academic Resource and Tutoring Center at KSU for two and half years. I also worked as a Peer Learning Assistant and Supplemental Instruction(SI) Leader while I studied at KSU, assisting in lecture and computer-based classrooms and holding my own tutoring sessions to a group of students. During this time, I gathered insights into course content and the instructional methods in use. I enjoy working with my students, helping them improve their math grades and the interest towards the subject. I have
I enjoy working with my students, helping them improve their math grades, and helping them find an interest in the subject. I have great patience and can explain concepts in detail. I have developed little “tricks” that has helped me a lot with my math studies, and I love to share my insights with my students who will benefit from these easier techniques for solving problems. I realize the reason that some students have difficulty with a certain subject because their minds tell them that they can’t do it. My strategy and ultimate goal is making my students feel confident in their ability to understand the subject instead of fearing it. Seeing my students succeed is the greatest part of being a tutor.
SAT Math: 800/800
GRE Math: 167/170
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, College Algebra, College Trigonometry, Differential Equations, SAT Math, GRE Math, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Statistics, SAS programming in statistics, R programming in statistics, Chinese Mandarin, Physics
Kennesaw State University – B.A., Sociology
Hi, I’m Fili. I’ve lived in over four different countries, and I have had the opportunity to tutor both in a civilian and military setting, and to work with a variety of people from all over the world. As a tutor, I strive to address each student’s unique way of learning by carefully identifying his or her learning style and making necessary adjustments towards achieving that crucial theoretical and practical connection. Students can be sure they’ll receive nothing short of my focused and committed effort towards their success because of my passion for what I do. Ultimately, I believe uncovering the purpose behind any type of learning makes all the difference in anyone’s educational experience, which is why effectively communicating the “why” behind every “what” serves as the central piece in my tutoring strategy.
COMPASS TEST/ACCUPLACER TEST: 92%
Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics, Chemistry, Applied Physics, Biology, Environmental Science, Economics, World Geography, World History, American History, Sociology, Political Science, English, Writing skills, French, SAT, ASVAB, COMPASS, ACCUPLACER
Oxford College of Emory University – A.A. with Honors
Emory University – B.A., Human Health
Hello, my name is Monique. I am currently a junior at Emory University pursuing a degree in Human Health. My academic background includes a wide range of disciplines, especially in the maths and sciences. I have taught students from all different backgrounds, from being a TA in General Chemistry I at Emory to middle school students. I believe it is important to tutor a student in the best way they learn, whether they are an auditory or visual learner, liked to be asked questions, or are the ones asking the questions. I recognize that each student is different and therefore should be taught in the manner that is most efficient for them. I like to incorporate real world examples in my teachings to help the student better understand abstract concepts.
Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health – MPH in Behavioral Science and Health Education (2019)
Mississippi State University – MBA (2019)
University of South Carolina – B.S. in Public Health, Minor in Biology (2017)
Hello, my name is Darian and I am currently a Masters Candidate at Rollins School of Public Health. I have various experience working with students both in the teaching and tutoring realm. In 2016, I tutored refugee children in Elementary and Middle school with English and Math. Since then, I have worked with college level students teaching workshops or courses on health education. I prefer to begin all lessons by getting to know the student and how they learn, before tailoring my methods to give them the best experience possible. My goal is to aid my students in trying their best and feeling proud of all they have accomplished.