- Understand what the student needs help with.
- Ask him his strengths and weakness in the course.
- Focus on explaining the fundamentals/concepts well.
- Start with applying those concepts to easy questions and then gradually move to more complex problems.
- Being patient and explaining till you understand.
- Make the student feel comfortable so that he/she doesn't hesitate in asking questions.
- To not give up even if you do because you have immense potential to do more than you think you can.
I have a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Waterloo and am currently working as a Project Engineer. Apart from Chemical Engineering, Math is a subject I have always loved studying and also enjoyed helping my friends and classmates with when they needed help. My friends on multiple occasions said that I am able to explain concepts well thus I thought of teaching.
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