### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Sugar Land, TX

Emina ...Harvard University. I currently work in finance in New York. In my free time, I enjoy mentoring and tutoring young people, helping them to reach their full potential. My strengths are reading, writing and languages (French and German), as well as time management skills. I also enjoy teaching math, finding ways to make it fun and easy to understand.I get rave reviews from my students, who appreciate that I am down to earth and attentive...

Harvard University - BA, Political Science

State Certified Teacher

Ami ...dead language, but trust me, I have found many uses for Latin that are not just limited to SAT/ACT vocabulary (although it is also helpful then). I attend Rice University, and I am a Biochemistry and Cell Biology major. I am Pre-Med right now, and I hope to one day join Doctors Without Borders to help set up free clinics in underprivileged countries and teach people about how to live a happy and healthy lifestyle....

Rice University - BA, Biochemistry

Joaquin ...with a minor in computer science technology. I have been tutoring mathematics for five years. I also taught in Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District for two years. My teaching/tutoring style is very positive, encouraging, and most of all motivating. Students need to be motivated and need to gain a positive attitude towards mathematics. Most of the time, students fail to realize that a positive attitude is the key to unlock the potential that rests inside...

Savannah State University - BS, Mathematics

State Certified Teacher

Robert ...years and have since moved to Houston to be closer to family. I love traveling and have visited Myanmar, Europe, and Peru in the last couple years. I believe that constantly learning is important to living a fulfilled life and I tutor because I enjoy seeing that spark of understanding in my students. I enjoy tutoring because I learn just as much as my pupils. As far as subjects are concerned, I focus on Math...

University of Nevada, Reno - BS, Mining Engineering

Shannon ...my students to understand the material. If my student is not interested in the subject we are learning, I will try to find a way to tie in their interests and passions into the subject to better engage them. I want to be there for my students, not only as a tutor, but also as a friend. In addition to my interests in math and science (and learning in general), I enjoy swimming, biking, reading,...

Rice University - BS, Bioengineering

Ousmane ...in exclusive private schools. Through it all, my tutoring philosophy has remained the same: to guide students to the discovery of problems solving instead of providing them with the right solution. Because ultimately my objective is to help students develop their ability to learn independently. Teaching has always been a passion of mine. Since my college years, I have tutored on and off for the past 15 years. I am equally comfortable teaching young students...

CUNY College of Staten Island - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - PhD, Aerospace Engineering

Michelle ...enthusiastic. I can relate to the kids I tutor because I recently experienced the classes and standardized tests that they are taking. I use an informal style so that the student can feel comfortable asking questions. I try to connect personally to the students so that they have fun and look forward to tutoring. I tutor standardized tests and most high school classes. I have two years of experience tutoring and I spent both this...

Rice University - BA, History

Jennifer ...in Applied Mathematics. During my schooling I took course in Calculus I,II,III, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations and some Statistics. Additionally, I received a B.A. in Photography from Sam Houston State University, graduating Cum Laude. I started tutoring in 2009 and have helped students with a variety of math classes; everything from Pre-algebra to Differential Equations. Over the last two years, I taught math at both the high school (Geometry) and collegiate (Pre-Algebra) levels. I enjoy...

Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, Applied Math

Darren ...my students have increased their knowledge of the current content immensely. Last school year I would hold review sessions for Algebra I and II (the day before the test), and students averaged A's and B's. The reason why my students have achieved such a high level of understanding of Algebra I and Algebra II is because I was able to relate to most of them. I shared a lot of the same interests and hobbies...

University of Houston-Downtown - BA, Applied Mathematics

Michael ...worked with students from sixth grade to college. I enjoy teaching math, but I am also experienced in SAT/ACT preparation, chemistry, biology, physics, mandarin Chinese, grammar, and writing. Practice is the key to excel in any subject, especially math and science. More importantly, academics require one to think logically and to enjoy the solving process. In my free time, I am a part-time magician creating memorable entertainment for all ages and events. I truly enjoy...

Rice University - BS, Statistics