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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]

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'm looking to connect with students on a one-on-one level. I'm a recent Ph.D. from the University of North Texas, and have over five years of experience teaching a variety of college classes and computer science classes, as well as one-on-one tutoring. The tutoring aspects of my job have always been the most rewarding, since I can get to know a person and understand how the material affects their life. I'm most comfortable when I can learn a student's perspective and tailor my explanation... [more]

I have taught Pre-Calculus as recently as the 2013-2014 school year. Since then I assisted several students with this subject and have several students with whom I will be working in the current school year. While majoring in math in college, I often helped fellow students who were struggling with math. The math courses I took in college included Advanced Calculus, Linear Algebra, Complex Analysis, Abstract Algebra and Statistics. During my years as a graduate student at Duke University, I tutored undergraduates and students in the MBA program in a variety of math courses including precalcu [more]

Pre-Calculus can be a broad subject, including advanced algebra, real and complex numbers, vectors, trigonometry, and of course, the beginnings of calculus. It's an important foundation to have for higher math! To really make use of this subject, you need to understand not only how to solve a problem, but why that solution works. I focus on teaching WHY! This not only makes the solution easier to remember; it will also make it much easier to apply to different problems! An in-depth understanding of this subject will help you in your continued math education. I know I can help you achieve [more]

Hello! My name is Max, and I am a very experienced math tutor looking to help anybody who seems to be running into a mental wall against math. Mathematics can seem to be a very complex field of study and very overwhelming at times, but I'm here to help. It is important to try many different teaching styles, and I will find the right style that fits you. We can tackle math one problem at a time to build a solid foundation of knowledge. It's important to build a solid base of knowledge because ... [more]

Greetings! My name is Cornell. I am a Dallas native, graduate of Southern Methodist University, and Mathematics Department Chair / Instructor in the Dallas Independent School District. My approach to coaching Mathematics is predicated on the belief that there is no such thing as a ?math person.? Just because you may have historically struggled with Mathematics or you are related to others who feel that they aren?t ?good in math? does not mean that you can?t rise to the challenge and achieve h... [more]

I have taught precalculus during student teaching to a diverse set of students. It taught me to think outside of the box and how to make the subject matter more relatable to all students. I am a former NC teacher that relocated to the Dallas area for a PhD program in Education at a local university. I have previously taught high school math and math to ESOL students. Tutoring is fun because it allows teachers to actually obtain an individual understanding of how students learn. I like to make math relevant but also make connections between other mathematical content. I have a master's in [more]

Tutoring students is my full-time career and my most passionate endeavor. Since 1995, I have helped countless students realize their full academic potential by providing meaningful and relevant support. Through one-on-one tutoring sessions, my students experience a high level of success and an increase in academic confidence?a confidence that often lends itself to other areas of their lives. All tutoring is tailored to the individual with great emphasis placed on the student?s long and s... [more]

With Precalculus I am proficient with general functions and graphs, polynomial, rational, radical, absolute value, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions and their various transformations, fundamental trigonometric concepts, including the Laws of Sines and Cosines in applications problems, the cosine and sine of angle sum and difference formulas, handling trigonometric identities and polar coordinates and solving trigonometric equations, solving systems of equations in 2 or 3 variables, parametric equations, vectors and their applications, and graphing conic sections. [more]

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