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Jenny B. ...I majored in mathematics at Texas A&M with the intention of applying to medical school, so most of my electives were sciences (such as organic chemistry, biochemistry, biology, and genetics). I loved college and I really learned the material; I graduated with a 3.8 and as a member of Phi Beta Kap...
19 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, English, calculus
Bryan, TX
James K. ...By providing a series of tangible examples, the true nature of CS begins to emerge, allowing you as a student to gain a greater depth and scope of understanding, rather simply than learning from a textbook. With my experience comes one promise, to be proficient in my teachings, to be presentabl...
32 Subjects: including precalculus, English, calculus, geometry
Bryan, TX
Akshit S. ...During my math years, I did various advanced courses on Math which helped me in good understanding of the topics of algebra. Further, I had to apply those concepts in my Electrical Engg, which explained me the practicality of the otherwise abstract concepts and helped my understanding further. ...
12 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Bryan, TX
Luis G. ...In 2012, I became a tutor a math learning center, which helped me significantly to improve my tutoring skills and I continue to work with them to this day. I work with students of all ages and as such, I teach anything from basic counting principles for the young ones to more advanced college courses as well. I love challenging students and seeing their confidence increase as a result.
13 Subjects: including precalculus, Spanish, calculus, geometry
Bryan, TX
Brad P. ...I have experience teaching Algebra 1 to students with a wide range of abilities. Algebra 2 starts off slowly with mostly review of Algebra 1, but things pick up quickly. Topics like polynomials, probability, and conic sections can be challenging yet interesting.
30 Subjects: including precalculus, chemistry, physics, calculus
Bryan, TX

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