You're probably trying to find a tutor who stands out from the rest. You're looking for someone who knows what she's teaching.
She graduated from the Georgia Tech with a degree in Applied Mathematics and a minor in Economics. She went through college at an accelerated pace of 3 years instead of 4.
She earned the National Merit scholarship through her exemplary SAT scores.
She was a HOPE scholar all the way through her college career.
Her tutoring experience:
She's been tutoring for over 4 years in many different environments that include one-on-one tutoring in-person and online, as well as tutoring in a group environment. She can adapt to many learning styles. Not all students learn alike, and sometimes creativity is the key!
She has taught over 50 students in the past four years!
"I just wanted to thank you, I got an 86 on my final, roughly 20 points above our class average, and was able to maintain my grade. I couldn't have done it without you. Thanks so much!" - 11th grade Precalculus Student
"Abigail explains things clearly so that I would understand. She makes jokes to help me learn things... In total, Abigail and I are like two peas in a pod!" - 10th grade Writing Student
"Wow! I just enjoyed almost 3 hours of learning algebra! Yes, enjoyed! I feel more confident about my midterm after my tutoring session. So with lots of chocolates and mints, tomorrow I will pass my midterm!!! Thanks to the greatest tutor ever, Abigail!!!!" - Returning to College Algebra Student
If the above sounds like somebody you want to learn from, just let her know!
Tutoring Fee and Tutors Availability
High School, College, Graduate
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Long Term or Open-Ended Tutoring Commitments.
$60.00 to $60.00
This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.