Are you embarrassed that you have to be tutored? Or are you proud that you have a tutor? Or, are you somewhere in between? I tutor a range of students from those that have never been tutored before to students that are tutored in every subject. Some even have an organizational tutor to help them be, well...more organized. If you are one of those students that is embarrassed, I'm here to let you know that there is no need to be. When I was 16 and first learned to drive I had a manual transmission car. My dad couldn't teach me to drive that thing even as much as you can imagine I wanted to learn. Thankfully, my friend who was my next door neighbor was able to teach me in a matter of a few trips around the block. Why? There is just a different dynamic sometimes between parents and their children. A tutor is usually a non-family member that can give you that extra second of patience needed and a student is willing to give their tutor that extra second of attention needed to cross the hurdle from not understanding to understanding. In the end it doesn't matter how you learned something, or necessarily how long it took. Once you understand something that knowledge is yours forever. Furthermore, you don't need to tell people you are being tutored, that is completely up to you. Now if you are one of those that are proud, well then, pass my name along!
Helping students succeed in math for over 15 years. Individualized attention makes the difference!