...Thomas. I received a B+ in the course. I have also taken several more advanced courses which require a working knowledge of differential equations.
Houston, TXView Tutor
...I've also successfully helped students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and ADD. I graduated in 2011 from the University of Houston with a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. In high school, I enrolled in AP courses, scoring a 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam.
Sugar Land, TXView Tutor
...Another student I worked with starting in 6th grade did very well on her standardized tests which gained her admission to LSU. I am still working with her - she will graduate this December. As far as hands-on experience with the TAKS test goes, I worked for a brief time (about a year) with the Houston Independent School District in the Research and Accountability department.
Bellaire, TXView Tutor
...I operate my business with the highest ethical standards and have consented to a background check if you would like one.I have taught high school math since 1989, including Algebra 2. I am a retired Texas certified high school math teacher. I have now taught calculus since 1989.
Kingwood, TXView Tutor
...I think the hardest part to teaching students especially in High School is to provide the motivation behind what they are learning and what is important for. I agree, High School math can be very boring and difficult. It is hard to teach students the value behind problem solving to find a solution.
Katy, TXView Tutor