School can
suck...
...but
learning
doesn't have to!
L.M. Tutoring

See My Qualifications
See My Brief Bio
See My Last Background Check

Qualifications

WyzAnt Tutoring service has confirmed my proficiency in many subjects via online testing. You can vew these subjects on my WyzAnt Profile.

Math and Science

Reading and Writing

Teaching Experience (other than that already mentioned)

Brief Bio

I moved every few years growing up, living in various states around the eastern half of the U.S. I was always ahead in school and learned how to help my peers from an early age. In high school I gained experience tutoring elementary students as well as other high school students.

In 2006 I joined the army and went to college at the U.S. Military Academy. During my last two years I served in a variety of staff and leadership roles, and often trained soldiers in tactics, equipment, or ethics with little to no notice. I performed two research studies for the Army, traveled widely, earned a degree in physics, and studied computer science.

In 2009 I was diagnosed with a condition called Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). I was medically discharged from the Army in 2010, but was nearly symptom-free with the correct medications. Over the next four years I attended graduate school at the University of Kansas, self-published two books, worked at the Lexington Public Library, taught physics and astronomy at Eastern Kentucky University, and attended graduate school at the University of Kentucky.

In 2014, my POTS began to worsen. I developed nerve pain, migraines, and chronic fatigue, all common in POTS patients. That December I was forced to go on medical leave from the University of Kentucky, and after a year and a half of significant disability, eventually I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and multiple types of autonomic dysfunction. With proper treatment I have steadily improved, and returned to graduate school at U.K. in the fall of 2016, as a part-time student, working towards my M.A. in biology. Now, in the spring of 2017, I am also returning to tutoring part-time. I have missed my students and tutoring will help pay tuition for graduate school.