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I graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2010 and had majored in Chemistry. I had also taken handful of higher level math classes. I am working on my master's degree right now. I love teaching and interacting with students. I have been a teaching assistant for general chemistry and college physics courses for almost two years. In addition, I have been a course assistant for chemistry and physics courses and also have been tutoring math classes. The most rewarding part of my career as... [more]

I am a teacher at heart, and I can help you meet your goals for learning math and English. As a retired teacher, I have helped hundreds of students. My teaching style is very patient and hands-on. My experience helps me spot the problems students are having; then I can show them how to turn the corner and succeed. I look forward to hearing from you.... [more]

Want to improve your SAT math score by 100+ points? Your ACT Math score by 8+ points? The best test takers are prepared test takers. Scoring well on these tests requires practice, honing your math skills, and learning the best test-taking strategies. I will clearly teach you the underlying concepts and problem solving techniques, reinforced with focused practice, versus confusing techniques that may be forgotten on test day. My students have increased their SAT math scores by an average of 13... [more]

Skilled mentor with experience working at all levels of high school & undergraduate math. Algebra 2 further develops concepts initially encountered in Algebra 1 and is required for higher mathematics. Students will benefit from a no-nonsense approach to problem solving in plain, direct language that simplifies work. Hey guys, John here, just a little about me: I completed my Associate's degree with honors at Collin College and transferred to the University of Texas at Dallas to study chemistry. During my transfer, I was accepted to the UTD Summer Research Program where I worked with the Ferra [more]

Dear prospective student, Solving the problems is just half of the objective of a tutoring session. The most important thing is learning how to come from the basic principles (from lectures and notes) to the solution of each problem. With the ability to do that, you can solve similar problems on your quizzes, lab reports, tests, exams (SAT, SAT 2). If you have problems in Biology, General Chemistry, General Physics, Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus I and II, I could be a resource for you. G... [more]

I have an associate's degree and currently working towards a bachelor's degree in Math education. I have been working as a Math Special Education Aide at a middle school, assisting math teachers in class with their special education students for 6 years. I began tutoring as a side job 5 years ago, and can offer references if needed. I have tutored anywhere from 3rd grade math to 11th grade Pre-Calculus. Because I work in a middle school, my expertise is going to be 7th and 8th grade math,... [more]

I am a certified teacher with a TEA certification in Mathematics. I have taught Algebra 2 at the high school level, and I have tutored college students in college algebra. I am a certified teacher with certifications in Mathematics and Physical Science (Physics/Chemistry). Most recently I worked at the high school level teaching Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and AP Statistics. Additionally, I teach Probability & Statistics, Precalculus, and Computer Science (Python Programming) as part of the TexPREP summer program at the University of Texas at Dallas. The Texas Prefreshman Engineering Program (Tex [more]

I have extensive experience tutoring late middle and early high school students in math that goes from Algebra 1 up until Calculus, and I've also tutored my classmates in the subjects over the years. I'm currently enrolled in a computer science degree at the University of Texas at Dallas, where I am taking math classes in calculus and linear algebra. I graduated in the top 5% of my class from a Pennsylvania high school in 2017, and I'm now pursuing a computer science degree at UT Dallas. I'm a National Merit Scholar, and I'm also a part of UTD's honors program. I believe in teaching the theory [more]

I have served as a science teacher and tutor for ten years in the DFW metroplex. Over that time, I tutored and taught some of the most gifted minds in the area - my students won multiple UIL scholastic awards and were state competitors on multiple occasions. As the coach of the local Academic Decathlon team, we traveled all the way to the national competition for the first time in two decades at my school. As a teacher, I have served as the science department chair, the lead PreAP Chemistr... [more]

I have taught two different sections of Algebra 2 during the 2012 school year. I worked with students from all backgrounds to help them with all topics, from solving basic equations to polynomials and quadratics. With all math classes, especially Algebra 2, I try to show students multiple problem solving methods so that they can find the method that best suits them. Whether it's graphing, using specific formulas, or using mental math, students should have the opportunity to find the method that works best for them. [more]

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