### $25/hr

## Profile

I am currently taking Calculus I for a second time, not because I don't know it, but because I thought it would be more beneficial to me. I have always been advanced in math. I took Algebra I in middle school, but I skipped pre-algebra so I kind of struggled at first. In my freshman year of high school, I took Geometry and didn't really have to try because it came easy to me. In my sophomore year, I look Algebra II and College Algebra. Both were still pretty easy for me. I would finish test within 10-15 minutes after it was handed out. In College Algebra, I was the only sophomore in that class. I was told it was a waste of time because I didn't need it to graduate, but I saw it as a step into pre-calculus. In my junior, I took pre-calculus and still thought it was pretty easy, I saw my classmates have a hard time, but I felt fine being in the class. During my senior year, I made it to Calculus. I was the kind of student who was able to teach myself how to do a problem with just one example. My teacher would say "You just have this gift. I see you don't really pay attention in class, but in your homework and test, I see that you don't really need to" or "It just comes to you naturally" which I do believe it is true. The reason why I decided to re-take Calculus at UNL is because I had a misfortune at the end of my sophomore year, and I thought it would be better for me to retake it, rather than move on. Also, my friends call me the "math genius"

#### Education

Freshman at UNL

## Subjects of Expertise

ACT Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Pre-Calculus