I'm Abi, a Texas Tech junior (graduating 2021) , majoring in Civil engineering, with a minor in Mathematics. I've always been an A student in math and I have always tutored math from my freshman year at tech!
Hey y'all! My name is Komal Karumuru and I am Undergraduate Student at Texas Tech University. I am majoring in Computer Science, with a minor in Bioengineering, and I am also part of the Honors College! I have been tutoring for more than 4 years and love helping students not only succeed in their education, but also fall in love with the subjects their learning. Everyone learns in different ways. Whether a visual or auditory learner, I make sure ... See more
I have a degree in Strategic Communications from the Hubbard School of Journalism at the University of Minnesota. My teaching and learning experience has guided me to approach working with students from a place of first understanding the needs and learning style of the pupil. I hope that our working together helps you develop confidence in your own problem-solving skills for all of your future institutional experiences, and earn the marks you deserve and know you can achieve.
I am currently enrolled at Texas Tech Univerisity in hopes of completing my bachelor's in Kinesiology and then furthering my education by attending nursing school. I have tutored students from the age of 6-18 for three years. I excel in mathematics, English/writing, and basic science. I find pride in my ability to break down large concepts to help students understand the material as best as possible. In addition, I am mindful of each students learning style; this ... See more
I had a tutor at the end of my fourth-grade year to help me learn to read. In one summer, I not only learned to read, but also how to ride horses. If I wouldn't have had a tutor that summer, I wouldn't have been able to recently achieve a B.S. in Criminal Justice, and currently be pursuing a Law degree. Tutoring isn't always fun, but I believe that we can incorporate some fun into ... See more
Hello! My name is Megan. I am so excited to begin working with y’all. I am originally from Kansas and have recently moved to Texas. I love law, reading, playing with my dogs, and hanging out with family. My favorite school subject is psychology.
I have five years of experience tutoring other kids my age, as well as younger children. I like to adapt to the learning style of the person I'm tutoring in order to have a more effective session. I give my personal tips and tricks I discovered that made it easier for me when I was learning these subjects in school.
I am a Web Developer that focuses on making business apps and websites. I have 9 years of tutoring experiences. My best subjects are Math and English. I always try to make it to where the student learns the core concept of the lesson as easy as possible. My main goal is that the student understands what they're learning and if I can, make it fun too.
I have a bachelor's degree in Technical Communication from Texas Tech University. I worked as a Teaching Assistant for TTU TSI Department and oversaw a weekly discussion class. I look forward to meeting new students and being involved in helping them succeed!
My name is leashley I'm a fast learner I love to teach my younger ones things that will help them succeed I'm a hardworking, funny, energetic, patient. I graduated from high school in 2012 with a diploma.
Every math student in the country knows Texas intersects with their education at some point. You probably are not studying in Texas, but Algebra 1 is where you buy your first graphing calculator and the biggest name in the business is Texas Instruments. With Algebra 1 tutors in Lubbock, you will learn all the ins and outs of your TI calculator.
When I was a student, most people got the TI-83 and you were jealous of the kids who had the white-shelled TI-84. My older brother even bragged about his TI-86, which had even more buttons that seemed insane. Even when I first looked at the face of mine, which is 60% buttons, I could probably only understand about half of those. When I looked at the tan button, I was expecting it to emit some sort of UV light that darkened my skin. Using a math tutor will help you understand all of the best functions.
I was bored in class, so I was usually seen typing away at my calculator. It seemed like I was working, but, like a lot of my classmates, I had loaded games onto my calculator and got distracted with them easily. It was probably good that my teacher kept her eyes out for this and made us wipe the memory every time she caught us. When you work with a Lubbock Algebra 1 tutor, you will not have the chance to get distracted, as their attention never leaves you. It is not the same pressure as class, allowing you to stay on top of your work without distraction or shame.
Lubbock tutors are not just close to the calculator creators, they have experience with all of the ins and outs of Algebra to keep you ahead of your peers.
As a passionate student myself, I am here to guide other students to success as well. Being the president of my high school’s National Honor Society allowed me to gain over 20 hours of tutoring experience, where I helped students get organized and see significant improvement on their homework grades.
I am a student at Texas Tech University, and I am studying to earn a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. I have 3 older siblings and one 10 year old little sister who I have helped tutor all throughout her elementary school career. As a future businessman, math has always been a strong suit of mine, and I am excited to share what I know to children just like my little sister!
I am graduating this semester from Texas Tech with an honors degree in mechanical engineering, and I have 2 years of experience helping students get ahead in their studies. I enjoy helping people understand and grow to love math and science. I am ready to help you prepare for a test, understand your homework, or get caught up in a class.
Hi, I'm Kayla! I am currently a junior at Texas Tech studying Energy Commerce in the Rawls College of Business. I am also a member of the Texas Tech Honors College. I have experience in tutoring elementary and high school students. My favorite subjects are math and history.
I am currently finishing my degree in education. I believe everyone is intelligent but sometimes we need a bit of help letting it show. I've work within the education field for the past 5 years aiding in tutoring in all subjects along with mentoring. My words of encouragement for my students are "Tell me I can't and I'll show you I can!"
I’m a chemical engineer major with Tech planning to go to graduate school for something with astronomy. Nerd!
I love working with anyone on any subject and want to have fun while learning!
I have experience tutoring English at the elementary and middle school levels, and Science and Math at the high school level. I recently graduated with my Bachelor's degree from Texas Tech University.
I can help you and your kids achieve high success in their math classes. I hav e been a tutor at Texas Tech University for the past 3 years and have helped a lot of kids in all areas of mathematics .
A good steak is hard to cook. If you are not attentive, your meat can easily miss your perfect temperature and you are stuck with something either too moist or too rough. Staying on top of your math education can be just as tough. Without the right attention, you can fall off track and develop bad habits that are hard to break. When you work with Algebra 1 tutoring in Lubbock, you make sure your kids come out cooked to perfection, just like they do at Double Nickel or Las Brisas.
When you work all day and come home to chores like making dinner, doing laundry, and cleaning the dishes, sitting down with your child and working one-on-one to make sure that they are getting the most out of school often becomes a luxury that they can’t afford. You are often ten times as busy as your child and wish you could eliminate a need for sleep so you can just have more hours in the day. When you work with an Algebra 1 tutor, they take on the educational role without stepping on your relationship with your child.
Coming home, you want to eat the steak, which might be going outside to play or sitting down for a session of Fortnite with your buddies. Lubbock Algebra 1 tutoring can feel like the asparagus on the side. You know that it is good for you, but the experience is not something you are looking forward to. We try to add some cheese to flavor it up, so you will be munching on asparagus first the next time around.