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Ellen M. ...I majored in mathematics and actually published original undergraduate research in abstract algebra. I have taken multiple linear algebra or linear-algebra related courses, both lower level and upper level undergraduate, and I have tutored the topic extensively, both at San Jacinto Junior Colleg...
51 Subjects: including calculus, reading, chemistry, Spanish
Houston, TX
Ulisses H. ...I went to school at The University of Texas at Austin and majored in engineering and physics. During my time there, I spent 4 years (averaging about 15 hours per week) working for the university as an undergraduate tutor outside of the classroom. In addition to college tutoring, I spent a semes...
9 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, precalculus
Pasadena, TX
Brett B. ...I will graduate from Rice in December 2016 with my Masters in Mechanical Engineering. After just a one-hour lesson, I personally guarantee you will see instant improvement on quiz and test results. If you do not, your next lesson with me is completely free.As a mechanical engineering major, I have completed extensive coursework in math.
10 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
Houston, TX
Nichols M. ...I use proven lesson studies to help students improve musicianship step-by-step including Pares Scales, Rubank Studies/Duets, and various Etude study books. I have taken differential equations (DIFFEQ) courses--both ordinary and partial--in undergraduate school. Furthermore, I had to apply these in my major courses in both undergraduate and graduate school courses.
34 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, ASVAB, finance
Houston, TX
Palak P. ...Basically, I start from current topics and decide weather they are missing some basic information or not by asking simple questions. If they are missing I go all the way back where it stared and fill in the gaps so math won't be magical and start making sense for the students. I got my algebra II teacher's recommendation.
19 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
Houston, TX

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