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I received a degree from TCU in Chemistry and Mathematics, two majors. I received an A in my general chemistry class with Dr Neilson at TCU (notorious for being the hardest professor), and a 5 on the AP Calculus test. I have tutored all ages from 3rd grade all the way up to ... See more
I've been tutoring for almost 5 years now and have gained all the experience necessary to tailor a tutoring session that will fit YOUR needs. I teach math from all levels up to calculus, and trust me, there is no concept that is impossible to learn! Matching with my student's preferred style of learning is really the best way for them to not only understand the material but to become confident in it as well.
Hello, I'm Ethan! My favorite subjects in school are English, math and programming! Currently I am going for my Bachelor's in Computer Science. I spent two years in a program helping students with disabilities, including learning disabilities. I also spent two years in band leadership where I taught my peers play the trumpet. I am eager to help with any homework or learning any material you need a better understanding with!
Hi! My name is Nikita. I am a junior at the University of Texas at Arlington majoring in Computer Science. My hobbies include spending time with friends and family, cooking, trying new food, reading and many more!
Hello! My name is Julie Davis. I am currently a student at the University of Texas at Arlington. In May, I will be graduating with my bachelors degree in Mathematics with an emphasis on the Uteach Program. I also have a minor in Art History. I have been student teaching and tutoring for the last 4 years and I am excited to be here to help you!
Howdy! I may enjoy the math problems a little more than you, but that is ok. The cool thing about math is that there are shortcuts and tricks to everything.
Able to teach math up to calculus I, engineering classes, and music theory.
I’m a recent UT Austin graduate with a strong math, science, history, and English background. I started out studying computer science and switched to business and government.
I am excited to help out in any way I can, and see them continue to grow as time goes on.
Hello, My name is Oscar Padilla and I graduated high school in 2020 and I am in my sophomore year in college for Aerospace Engineering
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My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics abilities. After graduation, I was presented with the opportunity to join a network of USC alumni providing tutoring services to the surrounding community. Through this network, I began tutoring elementary and middle school students in their homes, gaining more subject experience and acquiring a ... See more
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