Hello, my name is Miguel. Thank you for browsing my profile. I hope to inspire confidence in whatever subject matter we approach together, thereby boosting our confidence overall beyond a purely academic dimension.
In regard to my own test taking credentials:
On the SAT, I scored a 780 in math, a 750 in Reading and a 760 in Writing, which would make a 1540 composite on the most recent iteration of the SAT.
On the ACT, I scored a 36 ... See more
I started tutoring and teaching as a way to support myself in college and graduate school. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Guilford College, a Masters in Geoscience from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from Stony Brook University. My students averaged a grade of A- per semester at both Harvard and Stony Brook.
As a research scientist I found that I miss the interaction with students, especially that moment when they grasp a difficult concept ... See more
Kind, patient tutor with more than 12 years of experience in teaching and tutoring.
I enjoy working with students one-on-one and helping them develop mathematical skills. My formal education includes a B.A. in mathematics from the University of Iowa, a Ph.D. in philosophy (specialization in philosophy of science and mathematics) from the University of Minnesota, and CRLA Advanced Tutoring Certification. I have also worked more than 11 years as a pricing actuary, most recently using statistical ... See more
Hi! My name is Nasa (pronounced like the space program), and I am a recent graduate from the University of Texas at Austin. I have a BS in Psychology and BSA in Biology, and I have 3 years of private tutoring experience. Throughout my tutoring experiences, I have worked with students ages 8-22 of all different learning styles and aptitudes. I am most experienced in tutoring STEM classes, but I have also tutored SAT (including SAT II)/ACT. My ... See more
Graduated in Geophysics from The University of Adelaide, in South Australia. I have broad knowledge of mathematics (up to computational modeling level), of physics, and of geology or geophysics. I have been teacher assistant during my PhD, and I have been tutoring student from Intermediate School to University students.
My tutoring approach is to work with the student through the problems he/she has, and finding together a way to understand the topics. I always like to incorporate fun ways ... See more
I have a Masters degree in Engineering Physics from Appalachian State University and recently completed a Data Analytics and Visualization Bootcamp at UT Austin. While in school I was a university tutor for physics and mathematics (calc. 1 & 2 mostly) and a TA for microcontrollers and Thermal physics. My teaching philosophy is to give student a tool set and step by step plans with which they can approach new and old material. I love helping students reach the AH HA ... See more
I have a passion for learning & I want to share it with you. I believe that every single student deserves the opportunity to master their material. My philosophy is understanding is best achieved through engagement, interest, and accessibility. Because of that, I aim to make my tutoring sessions creative, interactive, and student-driven.
I have experience an a wide range of subjects and ages. I promise to meet you where you're at to get you on the path ... See more
I have a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University where I spent 2 years tutoring student athletes. I am most confident in my math and science abilities, though I have competed as high as the state level in writing competitions. I strive to make tutoring sessions engaging and welcoming. My goal is to ensure your success by providing academic help in a simple, straightforward manner.
I enjoy finding new ways to communicate information to students effectively, and my reward is when you start seeing the impact within a couple of weeks! My favorite topics are Sciences (Math, Physics, Stats, Computer) and languages.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics and Mathematics from Reed College in Portland Oregon. I am currently pursuing my PhD in physics at UT Austin. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience and additional teaching experience for students of a variety of ages.
Austin is home to one of the biggest and most prestigious universities in the world, as well as being on of the most educated cities in the country. Occasionally, this puts a lot of pressure on high school students and you’re not alone if you find this overwhelming. If you’ve got your sights set on going there, but aren’t doing so hot in your physics course, our physics tutoring in Austin is here to help!
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I'm like a personable calculator that has the ability to help you through any Science or Math related problem. 1100 ELO chess player in 3-5 min Matches Cyber Security 3 years of Teaching Middle & High School Science
Hello, I’m a certified teacher. I have worked in junior high schools and high schools. My strengths are in science, English, history, and algebra. I also was a robotics teacher! If you need any help on your work I am here for you!
I've taken tons of Math and Chemistry. Between courses in high school and college, I've had to take introductory courses like General Chemistry 1 and 2, or Algebra 1 and 2 a few times over now, so I really know the material. I've been tutoring for 4 years now. I started by tutoring chemistry in high school, and have continued at college by tutoring chemistry and math courses ranging from prealgebra to calculus 2. I'm enthusiastic ... See more
I have a Bachelor's of Science in Aerospace Engineering from UT Austin, and I have a broad understanding of general mathematics. I have 2 years of past tutoring experience in helping high school children. I will bring my experience and knowledge into helping your student succeed academically!
Growing up I had to work hard in school but it was with the help of tutors and teachers that I made it through. All of the hard subject that have you hitting your head against the wall I've been through! Seriously, if I can do it so can you!
I've tutored at high school, college and grad students for 6+ years with special emphasis in English composition, geometry, and algebra.
My name is Abriana and I have been tutoring and teaching for six years. I work primarily with math, science and test preparation but I also love my critical reading lessons. I tutor because I enjoy working with people one-on-one. It’s important to me that you leave our lesson feeling knowledgeable and confident. I work hard to find the best way to communicate ideas to each student—everybody is different!
Software Engineer at established technology company. I have gone through many rigorous Computer Science and Math courses during my undergraduate degree. I can teach students how to become a better software engineer and master technical topics to become an expert engineer.
I graduated with highest honors and I can help students with college general chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physics, and anything biology.
I'm graduating with a business degree from The McCombs School of Business. I also will be graduating with a pre-health certificate. Able to tutor in any K-12 class.
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