...In addition, college course work in math has strengthened proof development and analysis, which tends to be first heavily used in high school geometry. For online tutoring, there may be significant use of the geogebra.com web site, to illustrate construction proofs visually. In tutoring calculu... (read more)
...I am currently a Senior, with less than 3 months to go before I complete my BA degree. While I have never taken the SAT, I am familiar with the subjects covered on the SAT (which emulate CLEP/DSST exams and the GRE exam, which I have taken and am familiar with its compositions). Getting a math d... (read more)
...One-on-one time is often needed to get you "unstuck", and afterwards the rest will be a lot less confusing. I have taught college freshman level General Physics, both first and second semesters (mechanical and electromagnetic).
I used to work for The Princeton Review, doing Physics section MCA... (read more)
...I received my B.S. in Physics from the University of Tulsa in May of 2010, graduating cum laude. My research interest was in computational fusion theory, specifically in modeling magnetohydrodynamic instabilities and finding ways to prevent disruptions. My research consisted of both computation... (read more)
...I completed Alternative Teacher Training Program from Region XIII in Austin, Tx. I have worked as a math teacher, teaching summer school Algebra I both sessions, and one year teaching 7th and 8th grade math. I have tutored students in preparation for taking the SAT and the ACT exams with excellent results. (read more)