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I am an aspiring math teacher going into my 4th year of college at Louisiana State University. My current major is Mathematics. I currently tutor with the LSYOU Program, tutoring various areas of math to middle school and high school kids. My goal with tutoring is to establish a good foundation to take into teaching one day. I am excited to finally have the time and availability to help others with things they might be struggling with. I took most of the subjects I am offering in high schoo... [more]

I am a crazy mathematics fanatic. I have loved math from age 14 in high school. As a high school student, I breezed through accelerated classes (1/2 year courses) until I was learning calculus as a junior. I started tutoring at age 15 and created a solid business in the Lafayette area. By the time I started college, I realized that teaching math was my passion, and I decided to get a math degree. While in college I continued to tutor. I worked for a tutoring business in Opelousas for ... [more]

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]

Hi I?m Al and I love math. My joy comes from bringing math alive! I can explain the same concepts to you 10 different ways; you?ll connect with one of them. I?ve been in the classroom teaching Math, Science, and a little English for over 20 years and the enjoyment of making math understandable, of opening up its beauty, has never diminished to me. I majored in math because, ultimately, it makes sense. People don?t always make sense, but math always makes sense - maybe not right then and t... [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]

Greetings! I am currently a middle-school math teacher, on one-year leave from a PhD program in economics, a program I'll be returning to in the fall. I have over a decade of teaching and tutoring experience ranging from test prep (SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT) to undergraduate mathematics, statistics, and economics. I very much enjoy working with students in all of the above areas. My philosophy is that of a coach: I train students to be able to solve problems by themselves long after the sess... [more]

I always liked math. In graduate school, I took differential equations courses to keep my GPA up because I knew that I could get an "A" in them. My engineering courses were mostly "B". Previous to grad school at LSU, I worked at nuclear power plants setting control rods and core flow through the core. I also taught future reactor operators how to operate the plant. In graduate school, I volunteered tutoring for approx. 1 year. After graduate school, I worked at DOTD as a traffic engineer. ... [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 am a Civil Engineer and have had to take numerous advanced level math courses. I've been tutoring for 10 years with a high success rate. I've been employed by Mathnasium, Universities and private families. The students who came to me with a 'D' average have improved their grade to an 'A'. I instill self confidence in any math subject for all my students who otherwise would feel they could not understand it. My methods entirely depend upon the student I am tutoring. Everyone learns in differ... [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]

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