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Mikeal M. ...I graduated December 2013 with my Bachelors of Science degree in Biochemistry and am working on my Masters in Chemistry now. During my undergraduate career, I worked as a science tutor in the Science Learning Resource Center on campus (3 yrs) and also worked as a TA teaching chemistry and biochemistry labs. Gaining a good foundation in math is imperative, and Prealgebra is no exception!
16 Subjects: including logic, GED, algebra 1, algebra 2
Denton, TX
Melanee M. E. ...I have recently attended several professional development sessions for precalculus, which gave me many activities to add to my tool bag. I started teaching 13 years ago and the TAKS test has been around almost as long. I assisted in conducting Saturday TAKS tutorial as well as after school tutorials during my first 7 years.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
Mckinney, TX
Paul W. ...I have a Master's in economics and have completed all my Ph.D. coursework in economics as well. Needless to say, after many years of focusing on the subject and studying it in depth, I can help guide you in your studies of economics, be it at the high-school level or in your own Ph.D. coursework. I have taught GRE classes and done one-on-one tutoring for Kaplan.
43 Subjects: including geometry, European history, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint
Dallas, TX
YOLIE R. ...Then I tutored for the AVID program at a middle school for almost my whole undergraduate degree. In the summers I would pick up tutoring jobs at the high schools. When I graduated from UTEP with my Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering I moved to Dallas to look for more job opportunities.
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, trigonometry, soccer, volleyball
Irving, TX
Lakhena S. ...I'm mostly self-taught, though I've had friends and family share many wonderful recipes with me from around the world. I've studied genetics extensively, and I love it! In particular I'm fascinated with the epigenome and how it changes the functions of our underlying genes.
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, grammar, geometry, reading
Dallas, TX

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