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Andrew tutors in Washington, DC

Andrew W.

Private tutor in Washington, DC


Montana State University - BS, Computer Science, Honors Program 2010 - 2012


I have tutored in Mathematics helping students to think of math as a living language and a way to express a succinct meaning on pad and paper. Mathematics is not English and I can understand the immediate contradiction, but being able to express an idea or talk about a concept or promote an idea is the core of all languages. I have had students tell me how excited they are that they: received higher grades or “understood math”. I have written and published a 421 page novel that breathes like poetry. I help find what the gap is and find out how to close it. I am passionate about helping others succeed and getting them to “Eureka” moments. I can say that I am confident that my experience, passion, and dedication are attributes you want for your student/child. Full International Baccalaureate Score Avg: 6 IB Classes: Calculus SL, English HL, Biology HL, History HL, Theater SL, Theory of Knowledge SL, IB Extended Essay, and Spanish SL College Classes: Calculus Honors 1-2, Calculus 3 and 4, Technical Writing, Artificial Intelligence, Compilers, Machine Learning, Java Courses, .Net Development, and Honors Philosophy Courses Montana State University Math Center Math Tutor • Worked with students inside and outside of an intensive tutoring environment to increase comprehension resulting in several “Eureka!” and “Math finally makes sense!” moments • Explained complex concepts using easy-to-understand terms


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• Represented the entire ASMSU student body in Montana State University's Chief Information Office search • Published a 421 page book titled An Unnamed Adaption • Engaged in humanitarian discussions, principles, and methods in Engineer's Without Borders • Oversaw the architecture plans for three residence halls as a Residence Life Advisory Board member • Volunteered and prepared 1250 care packages for the Intermountain Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls • Invigorated interest in campus student government (ASMSU) when running for student body president • Enthusiastic, motivated team leader able to balance team and individual work with a result-driven approach. • Kind, friendly and people-centric. • Ability to break down concepts into easily understood key points. • Highly imaginative. • Appetite for absorbing and retaining knowledge unparalleled.

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