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Palamadai S. ...I have a Bachelors and Masters Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering with specific interest in Electronics. I find Mathematics interesting and feel it is not to be afraid of, but very useful. I feel every student can gain the knowledge with the right tutoring method.
14 Subjects: including geometry, physics, linear algebra, logic
Sugar Land, TX
Carlos R. ...I have tutored students in Geometry before. I have passed the AP Calculus test with a 5 and I have taken the second semester of calculus at UT along with linear algebra. I have tutored students in math (pre-algebra) before.
10 Subjects: including geometry, Spanish, chemistry, calculus
Pasadena, TX
Dean L. ...Because we only had a few teachers, all of us had to be able to teach all subjects, although, I specialized in math and science. When the school day was over, I would change hats and begin tutoring after schools and in the evenings. I have tutored hundreds of students of all ages in the nearly 25 years I have been tutoring.
24 Subjects: including geometry, English, chemistry, reading
Tomball, TX
Shannon W. ...I was a peer tutor in college, I've taught English and political science at the high school and college levels respectively, and I've helped South African university students prepare for the GRE--so no matter where you fall on the spectrum, we can customize an approach to help you make the stride...
32 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, Spanish
Houston, TX
Adrian M. At the moment I am an associate teacher with the Houston Independent School District. I usually take on the math classes. I also work with elementary, middle, and high school students.
5 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra
Houston, TX

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