...I have always made good grades throughout my schooling and have always prided myself in helping others. I have had experience helping to tutor my own family members throughout my life, as well as tutoring students on-campus at UTA before I graduated in May 2013. I graduated high school with a 3.6 GPA and in the top 10% of my class. (read more)
...I have four years of teaching/tutoring high school math (Alg 1 & II, Geometry, Math Models, Pre-Calc and Calculus). My undergraduate degree was mathematics and I earned secondary math certification through the Univ. Texas Arlington graduate school. Mathematics is the most important subject you will learn in high school. (read more)
...I can meet anywhere (typically a local library, Starbucks, or in the comfort of your home).
About me: I graduated from Texas Wesleyan University, with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education. I was an Algebra 1 teacher for 3 years and am specialized in STAAR test-prep. I have been tutoring off-and-on for 10 years, with an emphasis in Algebra, Geometry, and Pre-Cal. (read more)
...I worked in a tutoring center for 3+ years working with students in precalculus. I have been tutoring for 3+ years at a math learning center teaching trigonometry. I have over 3 years of experience working with students of all ages at a tutoring center. (read more)
...Public Health Fellow I tutored high school, undergraduate, and medical students for four years in physics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, and history. I have found that students at all levels often fear examinations. That fear can be grounded in knowledge problems. either in subject matter or testing fear itself. (read more)