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I have been teaching math, Algebra I and II since 2005 and tutoring students in Algebra I and II since 2002. My students have all been pleased with their improved results. My B.S. from Michigan Technological Univ., grad level math courses, engineering experience at Rocketdyne and teaching experience have prepared me to help you excel. Before teaching I enjoyed using math, various computer languages, and other skills to work on the National Aerospace Plane (NASP) and the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) at Rocketdyne. Coming from a small town in the Midwest, which still has only one traffic [more]

I am a State Certified Secondary Math Teacher who has successfully taught hundreds of Algebra II students during the last few years. Additionally, I have tutored many Algebra students from middle school through graduate school for over 17 years. I have studied how students learn (recent continuing education at UTA and through the FWISD), so that I can make algebra logical and simplified, so that my students can learn why things work, not just memorize formulas and procedures, which make math overly complicated. I believe that the better the instruction, the simpler the material becomes and th [more]

Alongside my undergraduate degree in mathematics, I earned a minor in education. While earning that degree, I tutored high school students in various mathematics subjects. My math background extends from basic math through calculus and differential equations all the way to numerical analysis. I went on to study business and accounting at the graduate level. I currently have a career in the accounting field. My job encompasses cost accounting, month end closing journal entries, and accounts pa... [more]

I have a diverse background in mathematics, statistics, science, and engineering. I have bachelor's degrees in applied mathematics and physics, master's degrees in statistics and nuclear engineering, and a doctorate in statistics. So as you can see, I love math and science! I have tutored for several years. I started tutoring during college where I helped undergraduate students at an engineering school with their math courses. After graduating, I tutored several high school and college s... [more]

I am strongly determined to help others in finding the best way for them to overcome their difficulties in studying, particularly in math subjects, e.g. algebra, trigonometry, physics, etc. I focus on topics that the student finds difficult to understand. I also share relevant and related knowledge, conceptual or trivial, as part of the learning process. I always assure that my students learn not only the topic, but also how to understand and analyze the concept behind it. This will allow t... [more]

I graduated from UTA with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and a B.S. in Chemistry. Currently, I am working as a laboratory supervisor for a fuels testing laboratory in Arlington, TX. In college, I did research on various projects, such as brain cancer migration and water purification in developing countries. In my free time I study various topics on my own with the recent one being the Japanese language. As an engineering and chemistry student, I took many upper level courses in math and ... [more]

I have an extremely strong background in math and science. I recently received my PhD in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. I also received my master?s degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 2013 and a bachelor?s degree also in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 2010. As a scientist and researcher, I applied my deep understanding of mathematical and scientific concepts on a daily basis. Currently, I want to keep my mind sharp by tutoring wh... [more]

Algebra is about "generalities". It is about saying 'a person' instead of 'my friend so and so' . An easy way to learn algebra is to begin with specifics first and then the 'unknown' concept can be captured, Everyday life examples are great to learn from. 8 years of experience teaching at various levels, 1000+ Successful students, a degree in Engineering and significant practical engineering experience helps me make education REAL. I teach in a manner whereby all the theory that may seem too abstract and 'dry' will turn interesting and relevant to the student. You will no longer struggle or fe [more]

I have been tutoring in algebra since 2003, both as a volunteer and profession tutor. I am a high school English teacher. I hold a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Texas Wesleyan University where I earned a 4.0 GPA in my major work and five Dean's List awards. I graduated with departmental honors after writing a 43-page thesis paper and I was chosen to receive the Ruth Keating Literary Award two years in a row. I also have an Associate's degree from Tarrant County College where I was on the Dean's List both semesters of my final year. I have over 15 years of exper... [more]

I am a Thermal Scientist with 14 years of experience. I teach most of the science and common engineering courses. I hold a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and have taught many engineering courses throughout my work history in university of Texas at Arlington. I deal with Systems' mathematical modeling and analysis of complex geometry. Currently, I am developing algorithm for deriving closed form solution to non-linear heat transfer problems in nonoelectronics devices (computer chips). The... [more]

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