Private tutor in Washington, DC
University of Iowa - Bachelors, Philosophy of Human Rights
I started tutoring by assisting my little sister with handwriting when I was 10 years old. I come from a family of academics, so education is always really important in our household. I really enjoy learning, and I like to be around learners, so tutoring is a great way to satisfy the need. When I work with students, I want to figure out the way that they learn best. Then, I build on that by teaching using the optimal approach for my students. I went to the University of Iowa to earn my bachelor's degree in the philosophy of human rights. I had the opportunity to study in China as an undergraduate, where I taught English to college and high school level students while learning Mandarin Chinese myself. After I graduated, I worked for AmeriCorps, tutoring underprivileged students in reading and math. I also had the opportunity to tutor college students in South Korea. I then took the LSAT, scoring in the top 2%. I'm looking forward to attending law school in the future. In my spare time, I like to read, play guitar, sing, cook, follow politics, attend concerts, and fix up my apartment.
Weekdays at any time, Weekends at any time
Up to 30 minutes away at my regular hourly rate
Reading, of course! I try to alternate between fiction and non-fiction. I also play guitar, sing, and am trying to perfect my quiche-baking methods -- on top staying engaged in local politics. I'm currently renovating my apartment and loving Chicago's free outdoor concerts
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