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I am very qualified to teach trigonometry. I have taught it for two years to my peers at Benjamin Franklin High School. I taught them how to do the math and increased their accuracy and speed. The peers that I have taught received excellent grades on their test and when some of them went to competition; they placed in top 5 every time. I am a student at Louisiana State University. I am currently majoring in Finance with a minor in math; I chalk that up to my love for the math. I was apart of many mathematics related organizations during my high school career. Within these organizations, I held [more]

I have experience in tutoring physics and math courses in both one-on-one and group setting. I have worked as a private tutor as well as an SI leader (as an undergrad). Currently, I am enrolled in LSU's PhD program. Being a physics student myself, I know exactly what to focus on while helping students to get past their problems. I have been described by other students as 'a helpful, open and friendly tutor.'... [more]

I am currently a chemistry professor who teaches General Chemistry I & II as well as Physical Chemistry. I have a B.S. degree in chemistry and a Ph.D degree in physical chemistry. I have taught chemistry for nearly 13 years, all at the college level as a professor. My tutoring style is one that is concept driven with emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving and not on memorization or just learning the material to pass an exam or get a good grade. I believe that a focus on student... [more]

I enjoy teaching Trigonometry and I have taught College Trigonometry and Precalculus Trigonometry at the University of New Orleans with good results. In teaching Trig, I find that it is important that students understand the unit circle and the concept of radian measure. Students need to understand the relation between angles and triangles and the extension of the relation to the trigonometric functions. In addition, I believe teaching via graphs makes it easy to comprehend and remember trigonometric concepts. Students need to be able to picture these relations in graphs. The graphical repr [more]

I have a PhD in chemical engineering. I give simple examples to explain complex topics. This is the best way for the students to understand the concepts and correlate them to practical problems. It is important that the tutor not only understand the subject, but be able to correlate it to real-world situations, so that the students can understand it better. Often times I have seen that students just remember things without proper understanding of the fundamentals. I think this problem needs t... [more]

I have a Ph.D. in Educational Research and Mathematics. I have taught trigonometry at the university level for more than 20 years. I enjoy the subject and I enjoy teaching the subject. I would love to work with you at your pace in order to get you understand trigonometry. I have a PhD Degree in Educational Research with a minor in Mathematics. I have two Master's Degrees in Mathematics (MA and MS). I have a BS in Mathematics as well. I have done extensive research in pedagogical techniques and I am able to communicate with students at all levels. I enjoy teaching, especially one-on-one or a [more]

I have been tutoring Math subjects from Calculus and below. I have been a peer tutor for two consecutive years at University of Houston, before moving back to Louisiana. I am currently majoring in Kinesiology, Bio minor at LSU. My emphasis is Science and Math courses. I am familiar with the content and practice of Calculus I & II; Chemistry I & II, Biology I & II and Physiology. I can narrow down the important topics to score high grades on the tests. I am able to summarize the whole course of Calculus 1 and 2 in shorter version; more focusing on ... [more]

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