I am a professional student and can help transform anyone into one as well. The trick is learning how to learn something before you can teach yourself. When playing a game, it is not fun until you know the rules of the game. Once you start learning in a manner which is similar to playing a game, then time flies by with learning and having fun. I have finished two bachelor degrees from Kennesaw State University: Business Administration in Information Systems(2013), Business Administration in... [more]
Algebra is a key basic component of math that once understood is the building block of success in math. If the foundations are not solid, then whatever the building that is being built will not be strong and sturdy. Anyone can learn Algebra, all you have to know is multiplication and everything else builds on top of that. It is also easier to approach math if one thinks of it as a language. Once you understand the grammar, you will start fluent in the basics and it will be a cascade chain of events once you get to higher level of math. My main advice to anyone taking math would be to ask questions no matter how stupid the question sounds.
is important to understand the question before trying to attempt to solve the question. the answer is hidden within the question just like you know you just have to brush the sand away to get to thr bottom of the sandbox. once you truly have a firm foundation in the essentials of the subject is when you can learn more easier
Calculus is not hard, but the algebra, trig, and geometry that is underneath is where the struggle lies. The beginning of a problem is calculus, but the next part where you have to simplify to do the work without a calculator is the algebra and trig. I learned in high school to do trig without a calculator. I know exactly the facts that one needs to remember, and then the answers are always easy to find when you have the proper tools. It is about learning how to learn something. If the foundation is no good when building a house, then nothing will be sturdy later down the road. So once you understand the logic of each step, it will then become like playing a game when you are doing work. Becoming a professional student will also be success in mastering any topic at hand.
Chemistry has many foundations that must be solidified before learning the complex part of chemistry. It is first about conceptually analyzing what you have before you can work a problem out. Chemistry is cumulative and once the basics are understood then the more complex parts become easy.
Getting ready for calculus is not easy if you approach it in a manner that makes you more confused. I focus on learning all the foundational material that is required before precalculus before going further in that subject. The most basic math is where I see lot of problems, and once a student is able to understand the basics, the knowing the basics will be the byproduct of focusing on the understanding.
I have been tutoring Calculus since 2008. I also can teach everything up to Calculus 1.
I took Web Development I at Kennesaw State University, and I got an A in this course. I am very fluent in HTML and CSS. I have also taught HTML and CSS to multiple classmates to help with their understanding.
I am very comfortable with installing Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. I have experience with running virtual computers and using the iso images to install the operating system. I am also very savvy with my way around Windows operating system. I have taken an operating systems class at Mercer, and I enjoyed partitioning hard drives to install operating systems.
I have used MS Project in System Analysis & Design and Global IT Project Management class at Kennesaw State University. MS Project is a super powerful tool and I got it for free because I needed it for class. Gnatt charts are extremely useful and can be applied to anything. A project is something that you have to do, and this means that is goal oriented. If you have a project that is complicated, you have to break it down into smaller projects.