...In earning my PhD in Physics, I took differential equations in third year, as well as making practical use of the material in my physics courses, including a Master's thesis and Dissertation. I passed all university undergraduate and graduate math courses with minimum of an "A" grade. I still have my notes and still understand the principles behind solving differential equations.
Spring, TXView Tutor
...My love for understanding how things work, sparked my love for math and physics. Throughout high school and university I have completed multiple math and physics classes with distinction. Throughout my professional engineering career I have spent countless hours teaching difficult topics in a straightforward manner.
...So I decided whenever I had spare time I would try and be a tutor. However, being a tutor wasn't easy in college with the different responsibilities from high school. So after taking three semesters in one year (spring, fall, summer) I decided to take a break for a semester and earn tuition.
...Working individually with students also allows me to design lessons specifically for them, taking into account their strengths, struggles, personalities, and interests. Students learn best by actively engaging with the material ? not just hearing and seeing, but by thinking, speaking, writing, and (most importantly) practicing. Therefore, I take a very hands-on approach to student learning.
Sugar Land, TXView Tutor
...In college, I worked as a physics tutor with the Physics department at the University. I have a double degree in Physics in pure and applied. I am good at a Math tutor because I explain the topic and them do step by step guide on the problem, a lot of patience and practice is used to help students.