Prior to college, I obtained a 34 on the ACT and received a full scholarship to the University of Arkansas. I worked at the University of Arkansas' Enhanced Learning Center for three and a half years as I finished my undergraduate physics degree with a mathematics minor. There, I tutored college students in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology, ranging from courses at entry level to upperclass level. While I worked there, I was promoted to the position of Lead Tutor, and consistently had one of the highest student return rates – meaning many students came back requesting my expertise specifically. Working with hundreds of students in a one-to-one setting, I was able to help them set up and achieve their academic goals. Having just graduated, this job has been one of the greatest experiences of my college career, and I wish to continue working in this fulfilling field.
B.S. Physics, Math Minor, University of Arkansas
Subjects of Expertise
SAT Math, ACT Math, ACT Science, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physical Science, Pre-Calculus, LSAT
|Last Login||Feb 13th 2018|
|Registered Since||Aug 10th 2015|
Excellent first lesson with Paul!!! He and Riley covered a lot of material and we are all impressed with his knowledge and professionalism. We also appreciate his flexibility for meeting times and willingness to work around Riley's schedule.
Paul is a very helpful guy. He helped me understand exactly what is going on in my calculus class. He is very professional and comes prepared to help. I would absolutely recommend Paul as a tutor.
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