I have a Master's of Science degree in Mathematics from Texas A&M University. After 20 years in the corporate world, I have been an Assistant Professor at a local university for 12.5 years. While in graduate school, I tutored extensively and was very successful with my students, often helping a student raise an "F" at midterm to a "B" by the end of the semester.
Flat Rock, ALView Tutor
...During college at NYU, I tutored and taught high school students Physics, Algebra, French and SAT Prep in a program called Upward Bound. I also was a professor's fellow for the following collegiate classes: Consumer Behavior, Intro to Marketing and New Product Development. As a fellow, I graded midterms and finals and also provided research advice to students on the final projects.
Chattanooga, TNView Tutor
...The problem is not that the English spelling system is inconsistent, but that there are actually two spelling systems in English, one derived from Latin, the other derived from Greek via French. These spelling systems are internally consistent, but cause confusion when they clash. I am familiar...
Cleveland, TNView Tutor
...Obviously I have a passion for teaching and education. What I love about tutoring is helping students break through a wall and seeing them light up when they finally get it. It is like introducing them to a whole new world.
Apison, TNView Tutor
...I guarantee at least one letter grade improvement after a semester of my tutoring sessions. While I don't have my formal teaching degree yet, I do have years of experience helping out in classrooms of all ages. I received a 36 on the English potion of the ACT and scored high enough on my AP exams to qualify for college credit.
Soddy Daisy, TNView Tutor