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...My goal is to not just teach my students how to memorize a problem, my goal is to ensure my students understand the topic so they can move past a tutor. My preference is to meet at bookstores or coffee shops, however we can discus the best options. Many students travel throughout math and physics classes without really understanding the true value of the content.

...My main expertise lies in consumer math, number sets an complex numbers, problem solving, pre-algebra and algebra, geometry, and probability. Throughout the years I have helped students realizing and reaching their goals, and setting a high standard for my tutoring service to provide valuable re...

...I don't just show you how to do the problem, I try to help you or your child understand the subject so you can use that information and become independent of me or any other tutor. I briefly taught at the University of Houston as a TA and this is how I discovered I really enjoy teaching. While at UH, I taught chemistry lab, but I also worked with students on their math and physics courses.

...As a Rice University alum, I know that hard work and dedication to learning will pay off. I specialize in tutoring for Math for all grades (pre-K to College: Alegebra I/II, pre-Calculus, Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, Statistics, and more). To summarize, I have 5 years teaching experience as ...

...I have tutored on occasions some undergrad students on these topics. I believe this vigorous background in engineering and Mathematics helped me be a knowledgeable tutor and in turn, teacher. I have two M.Sc. degrees in Mechanical Engineering with focus areas on Control Systems, and Subsea Systems from Clemson University and University of Houston respectively.

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