I graduated from Texas A&M University in 2012 with an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering and a minor in mathematics. I have a passion for math and science, particularly physics, and for helping the next generation of students gain an interest in STEM fields. Many students have a real knack for math until they hit a roadblock - be it algebra, geometry, calculus, or another new math concept. I aim to help these students learn how to approach problems in a way that will not just ... [more]
Calculus is a gateway class - it's complex, but it opens the world up. It allows students to take advanced subjects like differential equations and physics. I used calculus every day for my aerospace engineering degree and tutor it regularly. Students I tutored weekly in the 14-15 school year received 4s and 5s on the Calculus AP exam.
I took the revised GRE in August 2011, and received a perfect score on the quantitative portion of the exam and in the 93rd percentile in the verbal portion of the exam. I help connect students with free resources many don't know about that can really contribute to success. I help with both content and test taking tips and tricks. I definitely feel like test taking tips are the key to most students success!
I have a degree in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University with a minor in mathematics. Aerospace engineering is very heavy on linear algebra. For my math minor, I took linear algebra coursework.
I have a degree in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M Univeristy with a minor in mathematics. Aerospace engineering is very closely related to mechanical engineering, with additional focus in fluids and orbits. I graduated cum laude in 2012.