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Odell H. ...I currently work in the Oil and Gas industry here in Houston. I am very passionate about Geology and enjoy tutoring. I think my geology coursework along with industry experience has given me a better understanding and overall appreciation for Geology.
6 Subjects: including geometry, general computer, proofreading, geology
Houston, TX
Faraz R. ...At Texas Tech, I majored in Chemistry with a minor in computer science. I took quite a few math courses as well as some engineering courses. After TTU, I moved back to Houston and started working in various industries as a chemist and enjoyed it.
24 Subjects: including discrete math, elementary math, linear algebra, logic
Houston, TX
Dean L. ...When I am tutoring, I address these attitudes as we are studying and the students seem to respond quickly and well and start to appreciate the language. I taught both physical science and algebra to ninth graders for 10 years prior to retiring into tutoring. I have been helping young people prepare for the ASVAB for nearly 20 years.
25 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, ACT Math
Tomball, TX
Karen L. ...I am happy to say that my students were able to be successful in the regular classroom with modifications and have since graduated from the need for tutoring. I am excited to begin a new career as a WyzAnt tutor. I specialize in Elementary Reading, Language, and Math, although I am very familiar with Science and Social Studies curriculums.
14 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, grammar, dyslexia
Houston, TX
Joanna S. I earned a Master's degree in Chemistry. While in undergraduate school I was a supplemental instructor for organic chemistry. In graduate school I worked as a laboratory instructor for the organic chemistry lab, this included teaching about the laboratory experiments and the concepts of chemistry for why the experiment worked the way it did.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, chemistry
Houston, TX

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