### Timothy P.

I've been tutoring my peers since middle school, where I tutored a fellow student in algebra I. Since then, I was an unofficial tutor for many peers throughout high school. At different points throughout high school, I tutored two fifth graders in basic math, an experience that taught me how to take a concept that came easily to me and break it down and come at it from many different perspectives to help someone that was struggling to understand. Once I became a student at Brown University, I joined a program called Algebra in Motion that tutors math and physics to a nearby high school to struggling students that do not necessarily have the resources necessary to succeed. I was also paid for a semester to tutor at Brown's own Math Resource Center, which is a place where students can come to and get tutored by qualified Brown students in topics in math from Calculus I, Calculus II, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and introductory Probability. I also was paid to teach a high school senior Calculus I (for which I developed a curriculum) and tutor him in SAT Math over a summer. Outside of scholarly tutoring, I also have been teaching a student tenor saxophone for six years.