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I graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2016 with an honors physics degree and business certificate. Hook 'em! Although I'm still a newer WyzAnt tutor, I have a lot of tutoring experience. While I was a student at UT, I tutored 700+ hours in college-level math and science classes. I am also a CRLA - certified master tutor. I like math and physics, but I like tutoring them more. My goal as a tutor is to teach students how to learn difficult concepts. I want my students to event... [more]

During my engineering degree, I studied all math subject through Calculus 3. I have successfully tutored several students on the math concepts of the ACT for the last year. I have taught strategies and used lots of practice problems to bring my students to their potential in doing well on the ACT math portion. My name is Gina and I am a native German who moved to the U.S. after completing my Abitur. I have an Electrical Engineering degree as well as a Masters in Business. During my studies, I gained a lot of experience with children by being and Au-Pair for many years. My love for teaching [more]

I took the ACT once in high school and my composite score is. The highest score I received was in math, which is a 30. I am experienced in tutoring algebra for two years and geometry for some months, which are some subjects tested on in the ACT. My tutoring methods involve explaining what the questions ask for and how to approach a solution to these questions. I'm a Houstonian and a cum laude graduate with a bachelor's degree in mathematics. I developed my interest in solving equations when I was in elementary school, and that interest only grew once I entered my 8th-grade algebra class. Becau [more]

Hi! Let me guess: you're getting ready to run the gauntlet of standardized tests, AP courses, and college applications that guard admission to the school of your dreams, and it feels like that dream where you walk into a class naked, without having studied, and with no number-2 pencil. We can beat that monster together. I'm a graduate of Wellesley College (undergrad) and Harvard University (masters), with an SAT of 780V/750M and a GRE score of 800V/770M (160/153 on the current scale). I hav... [more]

- 13 years of classroom experience (in the public school systems of Philadelphia, Cambridge and Houston) - over 15 years tutoring experience - Masters in Education from the University of Pennsylvania - Currently a grad student in Applied Mathematics at Rice University My specialty is high school math, but I have experience teaching all ages and all levels of math, from the most elementary concepts to university courses. Feel free to reach out to me if you're studying a math topic that isn't ... [more]

I studied mathematics with minor subjects economics and computer science in Germany up to the Diploma degree, which is equivalent to a master's degree, before I started working on my dissertation in number theory. I offer tutoring in various levels and subjects of math, including statistics and applied mathematics. Tutoring is possible up to grad school level and in German and English. I worked as a university lecturer for four years, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses. I also have ... [more]

I have 2 years of experience tutoring students at the University of Texas at Arlington online and in-person, both in groups and one-on-one. I currently work at a tutoring center as a private and an enrichment tutor for K-12 graders on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. I help students with their Math courses, Math SAT prep, Math ACT prep, Math STAAR prep, etc. In those past 2 years, I've had amazing tutees who have passed their toughest Math-intensive courses d... [more]

One of my primary subjects is ACT Math, and the level of math tested in the SAT is largely the same, although the two tests differ slightly in format. Both exams test math subjects up to and including Algebra II, trigonometry, and basic statistics (probability and descriptives). Statistics and Algebra Ii are also two of my primary subjects.) I've been through it all, including earning a PhD and enjoying a rewarding career. Based on my broad experience and deep love of learning, I've passed on what I learned to countless young people. Now I would like to help you achieve your goals, too. If y [more]

My name is Kaushal and I'm currently a Doctorate student in Mechanical Engineering. Before I joined the Graduate program, I did my Bachelors in India, from one of the prestigious institutes in the country. I have been a Teaching Assistant for two years, and I've had tutoring experience back in India when I was a senior. Also, I was a tutor after my Bachelors for a year. I'm strong in the field of Mathematics, and I like teaching as I could not only teach new ideas and concepts but also imp... [more]

Topics covered include the following: triangles, circles, and squares, word problems, algebra quadratics, exponents/roots, absolute values and inequalities, direct variations, functions and graphs, integers, polynomial factors, permutations and combinations. For the last thirteen years, I have been working as an adjunct instructor in the area of developmental mathematics at Houston Community College System (HCCS) and Lone Star College (Fairbanks Center). I teach all levels of the developmental math classes. I enjoy working in this environment, because the student population is rather diverse [more]

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