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I have a BS double majoring in Mathematics and Physics. I have completed a year and a half of course work in Quantum Mechanics, which relies heavily on linear algebra. I tutored upper division mathematics at the University of Texas at San Antonio for three years, including linear algebra. My name is Lawrence, it's nice to meet you! I'm working towards a PhD in physics, with hopes of being a research professor at a university somewhere, someday. I enjoy teaching, and I love physics and mathematics. I am able to tutor just about any basic/intermediate math class and physics course, provided it's [more]

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I received an A in a linear algebra course at Houston Community College. I am happy to provide a transcript. I found the content of the course relatively easy to understand. I think I could be helpful to other students who are struggling with a linear algebra course. I am a senior graduating this fall with a double major in physics and math from the University of Houston Clear Lake. I am an active participant in the UHCL Astronomy Club and president of the Physics Club. I speak fluent Norwegian and English. I started tutoring seven years ago. My tutoring experience includes working for Number [more]

For my M.S. in Chemical engineering, I took Linear Algebra and made an A. Then for my another M.S. degree (I have 5 MS degrees and I am an instructor at a local college), in Systems (Systems Analysis) I took course on Laplace Transforms that required a considerable use of matrices and matrix algebra. I am a tutor with 15+ years experience. I have been certified by WyzAnt to tutor MOST of the courses( math, algebra, calculus, geometry, physics, chemistry, biology, accounting, statistics, and more) and standardized tests such as SAT, PSAT, ACT, GED, GMAT, and GRE, offered by WyzAnt. I tutor fr [more]

I have earned my B.S. in Chemistry with Mathematics minor from University of Houston, where I passed Linear algebra (2000 level) and Advanced Linear Algebra (4000 level) classes with the letter grade of A. Currently, I am tutoring my brother in Advance linear Algebra. My teaching motto: There are no stupid questions. You can achieve anything you set your mind to. Practice makes perfect. About me: My first tutoring job was offered by my counselor when I graduated from high school. I worked as a tutor at a community college, where I was tutoring my fellow classmates and students with chemist [more]

I have a Master's in Math and successfully completed the course myself a few years ago. I taught and tutored Linear Algebra for over 5 years. Since then, I had a lot of experience working with students with Linear Algebra as part of an Advanced Algebra course. I am a Certified Math Teacher with over 15 years of teaching experience and a former teacher at the award-winning DeBakey High School for Health Professions. I have Master's Degree in Education and Math. Over the years of being a classroom teacher, I have had the privilege of helping hundreds of students achieve success in math and overc [more]

I have taken Linear Algebra during my Undergraduate years, found it mostly easy, and received an A grade for the class. Because of these things, I should be capable of tutoring students taking Linear Algebra over things such as basis, eigenvalues, matrix transformations, projection of vectors onto one another, and other such subjects related to Linear Algebra. I graduated from the University of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL) in the spring of 2017 with a master's degree in physics. During my studies there, I was regularly assigned as TA for multiple physics and astronomy classes, and I was selected [more]

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