About the lesson
As a student who also tutors in both my school's computer club, but also as a peer tutor, I have an abundance of experience working with and teaching other students.
My lessons typically consists of a specific topic of knowledge, such as Dijkstra's Algorithm for competitive programming or Vieta's theorem for math contests. This is often followed by a series of problems relating to the topic, whether from past contests or from textbooks that I personally used when I was preparing for the contests.
Personally, I believe what sets me apart from other tutors is experience. Unlike teachers and university students, I have spent the past few years of my life going through the same process as my students, spending my days and nights cramming for these contests. I completely understand the struggle that many of these students are going through, and I am therefore able to not only be their tutor, but also as a friend to offer them advice on the best ways to succeed.
The lessons that I will be providing is aimed at students from grade 6-12 who want to participate in various math and programming competitions.
- Elementary School
- Junior High / Middle School
- High School
Hi, I'm Peter! Currently a grade 12 IB student at Bayview Secondary School. I am also the vice-president of my school's computer club as well as the captain of the competitive programming team.
I have many achievements in the field of contests having achieved a score of 84 on this year's Euclid contest as well as a 45 on the Canadian Computing Competition Senior division.
I have plenty of experience in tutoring other students as I have been a peer tutor for both mathematics and computer science at my school since grade 9 as well as teach weekly lessons to the computer club and competitive programming team.