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Why do I need to learn this? Are you asking yourself that question? I know I did back when I was in your shoes. Years later, now as a practicing Licensed Professional Engineer, I can tell you that all those subjects you might be having a hard time with are actually very important. If you are looking to truly master those topics that might seem like obstacles at the moment, and if you are looking to understand the application of what you are learning and how it is used on a day by day basis, y... [more]

"Laughter and tears are both responses to frustration and exhaustion. I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning do to do afterward." - Kurt Vonnegut The relationship between the student and tutor is so important for student success. By creating an environment of acceptance, making progress becomes easier. I have taught 6-13th grade Math for 15 years including Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, College Algebra, and College Pre-Algebra. Additionally... [more]

My name is Alvaro, I currently study Mechanical Engineering at UTRGV. I've always had a passion in learning and one of the best feelings is being able to see a student's face light up and say, "Man, this was easy," after I help them understand something. I have been helping family and friends with their subjects ever since middle school and have always been recommended to be a teacher. I started taking Algebra one in 8th grade, and ever since then, I grew a love for mathematics. After I go... [more]

I taught AP Calculus (AB and BC) in high school for 15 years; a very high % of my students earned AP credit. I also taught Calculus I, II, and III in college. I think my strength is teaching the mathematics in ways students understand. That often takes several different approaches for Calculus. I also taught pre-requisite courses and can work to remedy any gaps in student learning that might cause difficulty in Calculus. I love math and helping students understand and apply what they are learning. I taught high school and college mathematics for more than 30 years and have tutored student [more]

I have an advanced degree in mathematics which includes calculus and many applications thereof. I have tutored many students in calculus for ten years now. I am a mathematics tutor with a Master's of Science in Applied Statistics and a PhD in Statistics. I have 10 years' experience tutoring in math (not counting helping out friends in high school). My goal is always to find the root of the lack of understanding that a student has and to work to correct it, and then later on continue to provide reinforcement to those ideas. I look forward to working with you. NOTE: I cannot tutor UIW students [more]

I have taught math for 14 years, and AP Calculus for 4 years. I am currently a high school math teacher. I am in my 14th year of teaching. I teach geometry, algebra 2, pre-calculus, and calculus. I was a National Merit Scholar, so I am also good with SAT math. I started tutoring math when I was I high school, and I have tutored some of my former students in their college math classes and have been recommended to some of their friends. I enjoy teaching math and would like to tutor it regularly. I help student make connections between the different bran... [more]

I have 5 years tutoring Calculus 1, 2 and 3 at the university I attended. I have also used calculus to optimize designs used for my projects as an engineer. Understanding the mechanics of this branch of math helps streamline projects rather than spending time guessing on dimensions or specifications. My name is Joe, I am a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley finishing with a 3.0 GPA. I first started tutoring for work-study like any other student, but as the weeks passed by I realized I had a passion for helping my students succeed. Since then I have t [more]

Hello parents and students! I'm Robert, an award-winning educator for Brennan High School. In 2017, I was blessed to be honored by NISD as the First Year Educator of The Year for both my school and for the district as a whole. I LOVE teaching. This summer, I'm excited to get the opportunity to serve you or your child on a level which is fun, engaging, encouraging, and above all, productive. --Background-- In May of 2012, I graduated from Texas Tech University with a B.S. in Mechanical En... [more]

I have a degree in education from Texas State University and have been teaching in public schools for four years. I have a 7-12 Texas Teacher Math Certification which qualifies me to teach Calculus in Texas Public Schools. Additionally, I have been tutoring these subjects since college and have a long track record of success with my students. Finally, I am currently enrolled in a Chemical Engineering Program at the University of Houston where I have a 4.0 GPA. Hello! My name is Jonathan and I am an advanced math, chemistry, physics, and engineering tutor. I am a TEA certified high school [more]

I am a recent graduate from Columbia University with a B.S in Applied Mathematics. I also have a BS in Physics and Music. During my undergraduate career, I had the opportunity of being a Teacher Assistant in Physics and in Computer Science. I have worked as an intern for Idea Public Schools. I also have research experience in the field of artificial intelligence and I am fluent in many coding languages such as Python, Java, C, C++, Html, CSS, Javascript and Mathematica. I feel very comfort... [more]

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