...I took Physics I on a pass/fail basis at Princeton, receiving a passing grade in the class. I subsequently took Physics I and II at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and received As in both courses. I frequently led informal study groups for my peers. (read more)
...I am an Eagle Scout as well as a formerly registered Emergency Medical Technician, however, I have since let that certification expire after my time was consumed by university curriculum. I have a passion for learning and a knack for breaking things down into understandable terms. I have experience in multiple disciplines of math such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and precalculus. (read more)
...I am an aerospace engineer. I have learned a lot of difficult math throughout college and in most cases, I ended up teaching it to my fellow classmates. I have also tutored ACT and SAT math prep and I like to go over the questions one by one. (read more)
...In my experience I have encountered many children who lack the basic mathematical skills necessary to excel in upper level courses, and have seen first hand how discouraging it can be. Thus, I really get joy from teaching the basics in order to help build the strong foundation needed to be succe... (read more)
...My professional experience includes understanding and designing electronics circuits, microprocessor circuit design (board level, not microelectronics chip level) and programming. I have a broad understanding of programming (C, C++, CSharp, and assembly language).
My many years of Engineering ... (read more)