- Teaches students:
- Ages 13+
- Teaching since:
“It is not the critic that counts”
Commonly attributed to Theodore Roosevelt, The Man the Arena is about action, striving and failure. We all have our own journeys and our own goals. I am a strong believer in working towards goals but any goal worth achieving will have its fair share of failure along the way. There is nothing wrong with failing, we all have our challenges, what matters is taking the risk to succeed.
I come from an engineering background so math and science have always been a part of my life. I have been tutoring Calculus and Physics for years and enjoy the opportunity to work with others to help them understand it as well.
I am a goal oriented individual and that comes through in my teaching. I try to be as objective as I can, working towards tests, homework, quizzes. Going through practice problems is often the best way of identifying challenges and strengthening your knowledge as a whole. Whatever you decide your math and science goal is, I am looking forward to helping you work towards it.
He was really patient and made things much simpler than in class. I am glad I had him around when I took Calculus.
It is obvious that Ben has a lot of experience. My son spoke highly of him and praised his forthright and direct way of teaching.
Ben tutored me a couple years back in Physics. He was a life saver. He explained things much better than my professors. It saved me a lot of stress.
Ben worked with my son to get through his physics homework and understand the concepts. He was great and patient. I really appreciate his help.