...In addition to this, I took Calculus 1 at Georgia Southern in which I earned an A, Calculus 2 in which I also earned an A, and Calculus 3 in which I earned an A. On top of these classes, I tutored a classmate in Calculus 1 over the summer of 2015, helping him to get an A in his class. Being an ... (read more)
...I am a talented, energetic, fun, demanding teacher. Students respond well to my teaching and sense of humor. I somehow make math and physics and engineering "cool."
In fact, on the website "ratemyteacher” I have the highest rating at my school where former students state "Rit is the best teac... (read more)
...I taught Algebra 2 for several years as a high school teacher so I'm very familiar with the topics and concepts taught on that level. I can help with solving quadratic equations, the use of the quadratic equations, solving systems of linear equations and other topics that tend to fall under Alge... (read more)
...I really enjoy math and enjoy working with math students one-on-one. I work with many college level students at my full time job on precalculus who did not understand it in high school. I show them how to convert between degrees and radians, how to find various trig and inverse trig functions and how to relate their studies to the real world. (read more)
...The lowest score I got on any subsection of the course was a 94%, if I remember correctly. Regarding math, I got a 780 (88th percentile) on the Math section of the GRE, and have an honors degree in Physics from UT Austin, which required many difficult math courses. While my teaching experience ... (read more)