I am a mechanical engineer with 6 years of experience in industry. My work has been centered around controls and instruments used in all area of testing, with a specific focus on testing jet engines. My tutoring experience began in high school, tutoring fellow students. I worked as a tutor in college at the University of Kentucky. I tutored several subjects from algebra, calculus, physics to engineering classes. I enjoy helping students understand difficult subjects and experiencing the ... [more]
I consider myself an expert in algebra. In school, I was always in the advanced classes, often learning the subject with students that were 3 and 4 years older than me. Algebra is the basis for many advanced math subjects and I am experienced in helping students learn these fundamentals.
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I completed calculus 1-4.
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I graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Mechanical Engineering degree with a GPA of 3.7 in 2012. I received a full scholarship for my score on the ACT, in which I scored a 35 on ACT Math. Very good problem solving skills and I can help teach you how to score high on the ACT.
I have a degree from the University of Kentucky in Mechanical Engineering and have about 15 years of educational experience centered around math. I have tutored elementary students plenty of times in my life and have experience with teaching all grades. I am aptly trained to teach elementary math.
I graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Mechanical Engineering degree with a GPA of 3.7 in 2012. I passed the FE Exam, which is a 4 hour long exam that tests your Fundamental Engineering skills. Passing this exam is a requirement to becoming a Professional Engineer, currently my designation is EIT. Engineer in Training. During college and since graduation, I have been working in industry as a mechanical engineer using my skills I learned in college. I have worked for Trane Company and GE Aviation. I recently took the Bennett Mechanical Test for a job and scored a 61/68 on the test. In college I tutored fellow engineering students as part of the Tau Beta Pi engineering fraternity. I also tutored for the academic enhancement center which helped those students with financial aid scholarships to maintain the proper grades to keep their scholarships. I tutored many of these students in engineering subjects as well.