I missed a day of class, and now I have no idea what's going on. Sound familiar? Learning math in school is difficult, especially if you are missing information. It can feel like trying to open a door without the right key. But that's why I'm here to help.

I have been tutoring since I was in high school. Math is just a subject that came easy to me at first, but everyone hits a wall with math, myself included! I have made it my job to walk my students through that wall, and get to the other side (feeling confident in the material!)

I graduated with a degree in Physics, and I sincerely enjoy the sciences, particularly how eloquently you can describe anything with Math, but I understand that not everyone shares my sentiment. I won't preach at you about how great Mathematics is for the world.

Instead, I will lead you to the answer. I will not give you the answer. I already know how to do the problems, and I have most of the methods through Calculus memorized. But what good is it to pay me to do your homework for you? I want you to get there yourself, because that is how you learn. I take a huge amount of pride watching those "ah ha!" moments unfold, and I promise that if you give me time, you will feel comfortable and most importantly CONFIDENT in the material that you are working on.

2012

University of Kansas

Physics

2012

Bachelors

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