I went to school for computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, changed my major to chemical engineering and transferred to the University of Delaware where I completed my degree. I started a business with a friend of mine, which I ran successfully for about 12 years. I then changed my career and became a teacher.
Burlington, NJView Tutor
...I am an electrical engineer who has worked in the private sector for the last 20 years. I have also taught probability and statistics and physics for the last 15 years. During my tenure as a professor, I have learned that just because you know a subject does not mean you can teach a subject.
Blackwood, NJView Tutor
...There is a nice difference between classroom teaching and tutoring. As a tutor one can find an individual's strengths and pinpoint areas that need improvement. There are no distractions; therefore, mistakes can be more easily located and corrected.
Warminster, PAView Tutor
...As a undergrad teaching assistant for the math department, I also helped students with various math courses including Linear Algebra and Differential Equations. I first learned entry level of Linear Algebra in high school (Vietnam) and decided to take the class during junior in college. I ended up with an A in the course.
Elkins Park, PAView Tutor
...I am a native German-speaker, and have been working for several years as a German-to-English translator. I can help German language students with writing, grammar, pronunciation and conversation. In addition, I have a lot of English proofreading and editing experience.
Collegeville, PAView Tutor