Hi there! I have been a private tutor in physics, chemistry and mathematics for over 5 years now. In these subjects I have implemented different kinds of techniques to make learning more interesting and, in the end, to help learners to achieve better results.
But I need to tell you something. I have been in a place of confusion as you are, you know. I didn't understood anything from chemistry, maths and physics that my professors are saying in the class.
And then one day I have decided to really figure out this confusing amount of data...
I have had students from all parts of life:
1) Traditional, four-year college students who just need to pass a class to graduate on time
2) High school students in the running for valedictorian status (and all the scholarships that entails)
3) Students who need to keep their grades up to keep their scholarship money
4) People studying for the GRE so they can get into grad school
5) Professionals who want to change their career path, but need a foundation in math, physics and chemistry to make that happen
And you know what?