...What might be a little more surprising is that I am also very talented in writing, grammar, and sentence composition. While this is not generally a strength of most engineers, I feel that I can help others in these areas as well. I studied algebra, trigonometry and calculus in high school and then took 6 quarters of calculus while at Georgia Tech.
Covington, GAView Tutor
...Teaching stimulates my thinking to communicate difficult processes into layman terms. My experience in different industrial sectors provide students with a variety of views and prospective. Currently, I am tutoring an MBA student in managerial accounting.
Snellville, GAView Tutor
...I look forward to an opportunity in helping students reach their academic goals. I have worked for both my University and a private tutorial institutions for many years. I have always tutored upper level mathematics and in addition, taught math and science for the 10 years before coming a math coach for teachers.
Locust Grove, GAView Tutor
...While at MSU I was a mentor in the Engineering Living Learning Community where I stayed in the freshman dorms and helped the new undergraduates with their transition through tutoring and advice. The thing I love about tutoring is helping out young people and fueling that fire for STEM classes. In my free time I enjoy playing all sports, traveling, reading, and working on my innovations.
Conyers, GAView Tutor
...I took Advanced Calculus I and II in high school, as well as at Vanderbilt during my undergraduate career. I also have taken classes in Logic and Quantitative Methods, which helped develop a strong base for my math expertise. I was always outstanding in the sciences from middle school.
Lawrenceville, GAView Tutor