Hey students, and friends I hope you are all doing well and eager to pursue higher education. I would like to say that many of us just tackle homework problems and get bored of school work. True education is fun and exciting and will make you look forward to more tougher, challenging subjects. I am a student myself, and gone through many ups and downs. I hope to relate to all of you. I am tutoring to retain my knowledge and guide young minds into a promising tomorrow. I don't just mean by edu... [more]
I have taken high school level algebra and had a blast, earned my A. when getting into college I also took college level algebra as well finishing with an A. although I have done well in algebra, I remember I had many issues and I hope to relate to all students and hope to make their studying fun and enjoyable. I am also a current Calculus student so I use algebra extensively.
I am a current Calculus student at SMC. Algebra is done meticulously and it's something of a staple when it comes to doing Calculus. I have previously taken precalculus and algebra leading to those two classes. I have gotten B or better for both classes.
I have taken chemistry in High school did decent, struggled too so I can recall mistakes I and other issues students may have. I have taken the chemistry series in college level did well in general chemistry and finished the organic series as well. but since I've been tutoring it I'm getting quite comfortable with it.
I am a current Calculus student. I took geometry in high school and had a wonderful time taking it. I received an A and I hope to help your daughter out with her current class needs. i want all of my students and children to pursuit and continue to achieve higher education.
Prealgebra is the key to all subjects in the science field. I have taken prealgebra in High school and earned my A. and also in College.
I Have taken Precalculus during the college years and did well. precalculus can be tricky but fun because of the complexity, and it's applications to the wider field of subjects. I can recall the mistakes and the difficulties I experienced and hope to relate to all.
I have taken trigonometry in my high school years and at time of transferring into the college I took it again. I did very well both times, and that wasn't the end of it. you will keep seeing it through calculus. But I feel like that helped me with plenty and now I'm ready to share the knowledge.