Ethan G.


Ethan G.

Tutor

Springfield, MO 65807

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

Missouri State Honors College Student

I'm Ethan! I'm a sophomore at Missouri State University majoring in Accounting and Computer Information Systems. Throughout high school and what college I've completed so far, I've always found helping people learn both satisfying and simple. In calculus, I learned that the best way for me to learn was through helping my friends and acquaintances understand the concepts being taught. We'd work together through every problem, step by step, asking questions about anything that didn't make sense... [more]


Algebra 1

I've taken math through Calculus and I'm currently in a stats class and a programming class that require me to use algebra on a day to day basis.


Algebra 2

As an Accounting and Computer Information Systems major, math has been and is a crucial component of my studies, and Algebra 2, specifically, is used in most all of my classes.


American History


Biology


Grammar


Microsoft Excel


European History


Geometry

I've tutored people in geometry for years, be it my little brothers, my friends in high school, or fellow college students. It's the subject I'm most often asked to help with, so it's not hard to keep my head sharp on the important subjects geometry classes teach.


Microsoft PowerPoint


Prealgebra

I've gone through Calculus my senior year, and I've used concepts from prealgebra in my schooling since 7th grade, which, as a student in college, is quite a while.


Geography


Java


English


Government & Politics


World History


Physical Science


ACT Reading


ACT English


ACT Math


ACT Science


Managerial Accounting

As an Accounting major who has actually taken accounting classes, I know the subject material needed for someone struggling in accounting, or even someone who just needs a refresher or two.


Financial Accounting

As an Accounting major who has actually taken accounting classes, I know the subject material needed for someone struggling in accounting, or even someone who just needs a refresher or two.


C#

I've taken both a Java and C# introductory class and the logic is incredibly similar; it's just the specific syntax that's different. I've assisted my classmates in both of these classes, and I was able to help them gain a broader understanding of the logics involved in programming.