Hello! My name is Noelle Trost. I am a graduate of Beverly Hills High School and a current junior at the University of Southern California. My passion is the brain and I am pursuing my bachelor's in Neuroscience. Outside of class, I serve on the executive board of Interaxon, an organization that specializes in teaching neuroscience/STEM lessons to underserved schools in the Los Angeles area.
I love teaching and inspiring students to find the same devotion to their work as I do. Learning is an incredible thing, even in the subjects we find tough. I hope by working with your student, I can inspire confidence to overcome academic challenges and foster a love for learning.
Here is a list of the classes/subjects I tutor. If you don't see what you're looking for below, please contact me through my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Middle School: English 6-8
High School: English 9-12, AP Language, AP Literature, General Essay Writing
Middle School: Social Studies 6-8
High School: World History, US History, Government, Economics Honors/AP Government, AP US History, AP European History
Middle School: Math 6-8
High School: Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Precalculus, Statistics
Middle School: French 1
High School: French 1-4
Middle School: Science 6-8
High School: Biology, Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Psychology
ACT/SAT Prep, College Applications + Essays
Why get a college essay tutor?
College essays are notoriously difficult to write. When I was in high school, I noticed that students struggled with three challenges in particular: time management, consistency, and figuring out what story to tell.
When you sign up for eight college essay tutoring sessions at a 10% discount, I will help to alleviate some of these struggles for your student. I will teach them time management skills that will make their essay writing a smoother process. By meeting on a week-to-week basis, I will help keep them accountable while providing support. And finally, I will help your student find their voice in their writing. I will work with them to figure out what their story is and how to communicate that story to admissions officers.