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Sophomore Physics major (also in the Corps!). Love to help people and have extensive experience in Math and Physics classes.
Howdy! I'm a Sophomore with a 3.98 GPA. For the past semester I have tutored students officially through the Corps of Cadets O. R. Simpson Honor Society and occasionally through Peer Mentoring with the College of Science. Unofficially, however, I've been tutoring since freshman year of high school (5 years experience!). This coming semester, I will also be researching human cognition and how people learn. I love helping people learn and understand new concepts so much that I've even studied how to learn independently with Coursera's "Learning how to Learn." I've got some solid study techniques under my belt with the science to back it up (sounds nerdy I know), and I'll work with you tirelessly until you genuinely get the subject. I believe that getting a tutor should be an investment, not a requirement for success in college, so I'll be providing you with skills that will help you learn how to tutor yourself as well! Unpaid tutor for the past 5 years. Tutored with O. R. Simpson for 1 semester. Peer Mentor for College of Science for 1 semester. Independent study on cognition (Barbara Oakley's "Learning how to Learn"). Member of Maroon and White Leadership Program (seems unrelated, but it helps). Overall, I have plenty of experience tutoring peers from all variety of skill levels, and I've learned a lot from it. I'm patient with those I'm tutoring because I'm here to help you master these subjects. I'm always willing to help, so shoot me a message and we can set up a good meeting time. I love pretty much everything about music. Though I can't play any instrument, I'll talk your ear off about the intricacies of any kind of music. I'm also dabbling in music production and attempting to teach myself music theory.
Available all through finals week until 10 am Thursday except for Monday 8-10 am, Tuesday 8-10 am, Wednesday 10:30 am-12:30 pm.
Texas A & M University-College Station