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Tutor profile: Ryan D.

Ryan D.
Tutor for Fraternity Brothers in Mathematics Classes
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About Ryan

About Ryan
I consider myself to be quite skilled in math, and my grades would agree. Therefore, I sort of made myself into a little business within my fraternity helping brothers who are not as gifted at math as I am. I do not necessarily charge my fraternity brothers, instead my payment for helping them prior to an exam would be a meal on them or something along those lines. However, I am looking for a part-time job, and when I heard about this opportunity, I could not resist it.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I have helped people with classes and tutored friends in a variety of math courses varying from simple mathematics and algebra to things like trigonometry, pre-calc and calculus, as well as statistics.
University of Arizona
Business Management
Bachelor's Degree
2015 - 2019

Work Experience

Work Experience
Personal Business, Tutor for Math
2015 - Present
I did not have an employer and was self employed, but happened to save myself a lot of money on food by tutoring friends for exams or helping them with homework, and instead of being paid they would take me out to eat or pay for my food next time we were out to eat together.

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