Yesterday you said tomorrow.
It’s one of my jobs, along with the when-the-need-arises-because-I-am-at-my-dad’s-house-at-the-moment-and-I-would-like-to-make-money-dog-walking-business, and my other job that I recently acquired. I have been tutoring on and off for awhile. The difference this year, and probably for future years to come, is it is now most definitely on. I have two chief clients,and I make a pretty penny. But truth be told, I enjoy tutoring. With one client of mine I go over everything English: grammar, spelling, definitions, reading comprehension, writing, writing well. With the other, all things Math, specifically the fundamentals of Algebra and Algebra 2. I love Math. I love English. I love reading. I love analytic calculations. I’m somewhat of a nerd. I’d say I’m a cool nerd. But whatevs(:
I just came back from a 2-hour session with the all things English client, and I feel as though we really accomplished something. Sincerely. <–which was one of the 20 words that she totally aced in comprehending and using in a sentence. This is going really well. And with the all things Math kid things are going really well…as well. Tutoring makes me feel as if I am an academic. It helps me to remember <– another one of the words, what I am teaching my student. It reminds me that though it is now summer, education will forever exist. And it also earns me money. Well earned money, because I am helping another human prepare for a better future. I truly wish the best for my clients. I do not help them just so their parents can pay me. I honestly want them to move forward, succeed, and totally be ahead of their classmates. Now that I think about it, I want them to be versions of a nerd. Haha.
If you need tutoring, or know someone that does, totally leave a comment and if we are in the same area, we can begin sessions and whoever I begin to assist will blossom, I promise you. And that was totally a run-on sentence. I am knowledgeable in pretty much every subject. Except Calculus. I hated calculus. I actually got A’s or A+’s on like four or five tests, but that was only because I must have understood certain portions. I passed the class, yes. With a B. I got an A for one quarter <–I was so pysched! But I am honestly not the best one to go to for calculus assistance. Pre-Calculus, I’m great. I tutored someone in Pre-Calc/Trig this past school year and her grades DEFINITELY improved. She passed with a B I believe. I was proud. She went on to graduate and now she’s doing big things – yeah, she’s going to college,heh(: