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...At Texas A&M I was in the Corps of Cadets and achieved the rank of Cadet Lt Colonel. My field of study is aerospace engineering and I have a minor in **math**ematics. In the Corps of Cadets, I tutored many freshmen and sophomores in physics and **math** including calculus.

...Sports nutrition is a huge component of well-being, which is widely taken for granted. My exercise program is taught on a one-on-one basis. I will conduct classes at your home, health club or office on the days and times requested by you.

...I would be pleased to have the opportunity to share my love of economics with students who are looking to improve their grasp on these concepts. My first meeting with students will be an informational session that will familiarize me with the student and their particular needs and habits. From this meeting I will tailor my learning plan to the student's needs.

...On the higher education end many of my colleagues ask for help especially when studying for Physics tests. I specialize in all levels of **math**ematics up to Calculus I and most sciences except for Biology. I will try to provided applicable homework as needed if there are any weak points after a lesson and assessments over covered concepts every few lessons.

...I tutor elementary **math**, middle school **math** (pre algebra), high school **math** (algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2, statistics, pre cal, sat **math** and act **math**), and college **math** ( entry level **math**, **math** 141, statistics)I am here to help you be successful. I will be able to help you with material, but a...

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