Hey there, I am a Master's student in Mechanical Engineering and I love to teach people. I believe that if I understand it then I can help you get it as well. That's why I have worked as a college peer tutor for 3 years teaching Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Precalculus, Calculus; while also working as a volunteer tutor for middle and highschool students.
I LOVE math and I LOVE teaching math even more. As a mechanical engineering graduate, ... See more
I began teaching Math and Science over 17 years ago. I started working on my craft as volunteer high school math tutor in Denton ISD while also working as a math grader at the University of North Texas, where I graded and created answer keys for College Algebra courses. I started college at the age of 16, upon getting accepted into the Texas Academy of Math and Science at UNT. I then worked for a Sylvan Learning Center. I've ... See more
Though I have been an aunt since 10 years old, I began teaching, tutoring, and caring for preschool/PreK aged students my senior year of high school (2017-2018). After graduating, I continued growing my experience by working for Plano ISD's afterschool program PASAR for the 2018-2019 school year at Thomas Elementary for students PreK-5th. June 2019-March 2020 I worked for La Petite Academy (daycare) as a Lead School Age teacher. I was utilized throughout the ... See more
Hello! I have my Masters of Science in Medical Sciences from UF as well as a BA in Anthropology with a Minor in Chemistry from WSU. I have tutored elementary students formally in math for 8 years, but have also completed some informal tutoring for high school and college students in upper level math as well. While I specialize more in mathematics I am also able to help with most sciences and essay writing/reviewing. I truly enjoy tutoring students ... See more
Hello! My extensive academic background includes * Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry - Pre Med (University of Nigeria) * Four years of Medical School (Dominican Republic) * Bachelors of Science in International Affairs/Spanish (Florida State University) * Masters of Science in International Affairs/History (Florida State University) * Masters of Business Administration - MBA (Albany State University) Over 10 years of tutoring experience in Mathematics, Science and Foreign Languages including English and Spanish.
I have a Master's degree in Cell and Molecular Biology and I am currently working on my PhD. I have over 5 years of extensive experience teaching and tutoring students of all ages. I also have experience working with students with ADD, ADHD and other learning difficulties. I believe in providing tutoring sessions in which I can incorporate concepts in a fun and easy to grasp manner. I have a broad understanding of science and mathematics and strive to ... See more
I am a formal Civil Engineer that switched over to Business. I have 3 years or more Experience with Tutoring and worked in several different tutoring programs and freelance. I excel at taking a complex subject and making it simple to understand. Very engaged when I Tutor. And I am very reliable and consistent.
I am pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas, expected to graduate in Spring 2022. I have had multiple internships in the industry. I have tutoring experience from teaching high school students math and programming, to tutoring elementary school kids how to use and learn basic programming and math concepts, or any Engineering related subject.
I'm Halla! I received my Associates of Science from Collin College in Plano, Tx. I continued to take courses at Collin College that apply for transfer for an undergrad in Biomedical Engineering. I was the secretary for a collegiate chapter at Collin for Society of Women's Engineering. I gained a lot of engineering mentors in this membership of all levels including collegiate as well as professional. This inspired me to be a leader and hold study groups during ... See more
I’m a 23 year old Health major who enjoys Science, Math, and Horticulture/Plants. I’m very energetic and always bring positive vibes wherever I can!
The Cowboys are supposedly America’s team and they have one of the most immaculate football stadiums in the country. This stadium took years to build and is now one of the must-see attractions when you visit Dallas. What most individuals do not understand is that it took an incredible understanding of physics for this stadium to even be conceptualized. The architect and construction team had to understand advanced physics topics to be able to create such a masterpiece, and clearly, they succeeded.
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I truly enjoy helping students achieve their full potential and overcome any academic struggles they are facing. From tutoring in high school to now tutoring while I finish up my JD, I have had the opportunity to learn the best methods to help any and all students who seek help.
Open to tutoring on weeknights and on weekends. I am in Dallas through the spring semester. I've gotten A's in engineering calculus 1 and 2 and I have also taken some higher level physics courses.
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Hello! I am an experienced tutor who loves to help students understand topics on their terms. I worked as an engineer and am now working on my teacher certification.
I am a published artist working in Dallas, TX with a variety of media. I have twelve years of tutoring experience in a broad variety of subjects to all age groups and have experience teaching autistic children. Most of my higher education comes from my studies at Clemson University, studying Biochemistry and Psychology with an emphasis in premed. I am also a respiratory therapist. Want to pass your CRT and RRT? Look no further. I also share the techniques and ... See more
I have been tutoring the SAT for 2 years, including an SAT program I started in San Francisco for low-income students. I have a broad background in pure and applied mathematics, chemistry, and physics. Whether helping with homework, a test, or a standardized test like the SAT, I strive to instill skills and habits that will enable the student in future academic endeavors.
I graduated with my undergrad in Electrical Engineering in 2018. I now work at Texas Instruments as a Product Engineer. I have experience tutoring middle and high schoolers in math and physics. I'd love to help you or your child understand something!
I studied 2 years of Philosophy and then changed to Engineering, achieving my Bachelor´s degree. I thaught Grammar and Literature to 9th and 10th grade in a private school for girls. In college I gave private lessons of calculus, algebra, trigonometry, programming and was assistant teacher in the subject Android Development.
I am an experienced tutor and STEM mentor to several students. I am a PhD candidate in Biomedical engineering
To be sufficient in a subject is to be able to perform the problems assigned to you. To be proficient in a subject is to be able to perform any problem that could be assigned to you, or at least tackle them adequately. In our fast-paced society, more times than not, students are educated just to be sufficient in a subject. My intent as a tutor is to educate a student to master that subject -- to be proficient in ... See more
If you are experiencing any friction between yourself and your physics teacher then it can be almost impossible to build any momentum. Each class that you spend with your teacher you walk out of it feeling more confused. This can rival the feeling of Cowboys fans each and every year as their team fails to make it to the Super Bowl. You take one step forward and then end up taking four more back.
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