### Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Sugar Land, TX

Alonso ...the past I have worked with college students struggling in early mathematics courses such as trigonometry, algebra and elementary statistics. While at my university I also worked with adult students pursuing a GED. Ultimately, mathematics is not about memorizing formulas but about the logical process of arriving at a conclusion. Ideally, my job will consist of reminding the student of the tools at their disposal and they will make the leap themselves towards their desired...

Truman State University - BS, Mathematics major, Statistics minor

Omar ...tutoring family members to help them develop their math skills, and make sure they gain a better understanding of the subject. My experience with them made me realize that I greatly enjoy tutoring as it allows me to help others succeed in their studies. I have also worked as a lab assistant and a grader for the Fundamentals of Computer Engineering course at Rice University, and will be doing it again in the upcoming semester....

Rice University - BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Subhash ...I can be helpful to you in some way! -I have experience working with ages K-12 through various after school and summer mentoring programs. -I tutor in Maths and Sciences, specifically physics. I also teach some computer science and test prep as well, specifically the SAT. I love teaching math because it's applicable everywhere! -I believe in teaching how to learn, not just transferring knowledge. It's important for students to develop intuitions and not just...

Olin College of Engineering - BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Travis ...certified to teach math and science for grades 8 - 12. I graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2011 with a degree in psychology and a minor in math. I studied biomedical engineering for my first three years of college, so I have a very strong background in math and science. I also have a minor in math. When I graduated from college, I was accepted into Teach For America, an organization...

University of Alabama at Birmingham - BS, Psychology

Texas A & M University-College Station - Masters, Statistics

State Certified Teacher

Jeremy ...wrong city. They most certainly have not: I am a Houstonian, born and raised, and I'm back in my hometown for the summer. Last year in New York, I worked with Elementary schoolers, helping with preparation for New York State Math and English exams. This summer, I'm looking forward to helping with test-prep for all ages. With the help of some excellent teachers, I myself scored a perfect 2400 on the SAT, helping me get...

Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Computer Science

Houda ...choose Engineering as a degree. Mathematics is a pivotal subject on which so many others depend (such as physics and chemistry). I relish the challenge of problem solving that mathematics provides. For me, it is an endlessly intriguing subject, as the discipline appears limitless, allowing so much scope for further study and research. My interest has spread to computers and trying to link the two together has played a big part of my life in...

Houston Community College - Associates, Engineering

University of Houston - Current Grad Student, Computer Science

Aleksey ...Calculus 3, all levels of Physics, lower Chemistry, and Computer Science. There's no getting around it: I am a Nerd. I breathe, eat, and sleep anything and everything technological and engineering, but I also wish to stress the engineering part - I'm very practical. I am a big fan of the KISS principle, and am a big fan of efficiency, not just in technologies, but in our understanding and use of them. Over time, that...

University of Texas - Pan American - BSME, Mechanical Engineering

Rice University - MSME, Mechanical Engineering

Ghali ...different ages.I am an experienced, enthusiastic and friendly professional tutor committed to helping students reach their full potential. I have been working as a private tutor for 5 years and it has been my privilege in that time to watch students grow in their confidence and ability. I began tutoring by helping other students in my high school classes. In college, I worked as a private math and physics tutor with the Physics department at...

University of Houston - Bachelors, Computer Science

Matthew ...research position. I chose to pursue a career in academia because I have always enjoyed the scientific process, and learning and teaching are some of the most enjoyable experiences a person can have. Through the course of my academic career, I have explored numerous topics. More importantly, I have conveyed complex ideas to others. One of the most important aspects of technical research is being able to communicate your thoughts effectively. I understand the importance...

The University of Texas at Austin - B.S., Biomedical Engineering

University of Houston - Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering

Brent ...student in mathematics and physics and have helped others throughout my student and teaching careers succeed in the subject. I help students succeed in this subject by breaking down advanced concepts in to the simpler concepts that are used to solve more difficult problems. I also help provide the reasoning behind each step used, so that students know when and where to apply them in future problems. Outside of helping others, my hobbies include singing,...

The University of Texas at Tyler - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering