### What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁

I enjoy seeing students' confidence and enjoyment of their studies grow throughout our tutoring sessions. It's so incredibly rewarding to see them grasp something they initially struggled with, and to see them develop their understanding of the subject in real time.

### My Strengths as Tutor 💪

I am extremely patient, and take the time that each individual student needs to fully understand each topic. I am also very approachable and non-judgemental, which I hope allows students to feel comfortable enough to speak up and ask questions if they're confused about any of my explanations. I am always open to constructive feedback, which allows me to tailor my teaching to my students' needs and develop as a tutor, providing the best academic assistance possible.

### Most important things I can do for a student 🏅

I believe that tutors are crucial in providing an extra pillar of support for students in building their confidence and capability within their subject. As such, aside from the academic support they obviously provide, I think one of the most important things a tutor can do is constantly encourage their student and provide emotional support for them if they are feeling upset with any academic-related challenges. School can be very stressful and overwhelming, so having someone there to give that extra encouragement can create a safe space for students that aids them in excelling in their studies
### Subjects Tutored 🎓

### Exam Prep 📝

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## Recent Tutoring Comments:

Went WellTia did well with basic questions, especially those surrounding addition, multiplication and division. We did not cover data (her most recent topic) as that was one ...

Went WellTia did well with basic questions, especially those surrounding addition, multiplication and division. We did not cover data (her most recent topic) as that was one of her strongest topics throughout the semester.

Needs ImprovementTia struggles a lot with understanding what questions are actually asking her (i.e. often doesn't understand terms used, what the question is asking her to find out, etc.). She had a lot of difficulty understanding tax, and made the decision to focus on her stronger areas for her exam.

Went WellWith little prompting, Tia was able to create a column graph and frequency histogram. She mostly remembered the difference between categorical and numerical ...

Went WellWith little prompting, Tia was able to create a column graph and frequency histogram. She mostly remembered the difference between categorical and numerical variables.

Needs ImprovementAlthough Tia often knows how to do the maths itself, with any sort of worded problem she struggles to identify how to go about solving the problem.

Went WellAs Tia had no new content to cover, we went over some of the basics of the upcoming topic - she clearly understood the differences between categorical and numerical ...

Went WellAs Tia had no new content to cover, we went over some of the basics of the upcoming topic - she clearly understood the differences between categorical and numerical data, and their subcategories.

Needs ImprovementAs of now, no improvement needed.

Went WellAfter writing out the step-by-step process to solve each type of question, Tia did very well at solving each of the problems.

Went WellAfter writing out the step-by-step process to solve each type of question, Tia did very well at solving each of the problems.

Needs ImprovementTia consistently struggles with converting between units and knowing what makes up larger units (e.g. $5 is made up of 500 cents). This is crucial to know, especially when solving worded problems.