Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Richmond, TX
Joshua ...graduate from the University of Texas who has moved back to his hometown in Houston while I prepare to attend medical school in 2013. I had much experience tutoring at UT, as I was hired by the University from 2010 to 2012 to tutor undergraduates in Math, Chemistry, and Physics. Aside from that, I have...
The University of Texas at Austin - B.S. (Chem); B.A. (Hist), Chemistry; History
Alex ...who would much rather contemplate the words in a good book rather than the letters of a differential equation. However, my interest in studying the natural world has caused me to suffer through more math classes than I care to count. As a result, I am well-equipped to help 'math-shy' students understand, appreciate, and flourish...
The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Geography
The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Humanities
Rice University - MS, Environmental Science
Nnenna ...finishing up my Master's in Chemistry, will be done in May 2016. I have an interest in Medicine and also work as an Emergency Department scribe. I love working with people and learning new things. I think Chemistry gets a bad rep. It truly is not so bad once you get into it, and it...
Prairie View A & M University - Bachelors, Chemistry
Prairie View A & M University - Masters, Chemistry
Travis ...Teach For America, an organization dedicated to solving educational inequity in America. I taught as a 6th grade math and science teacher at Tijerina Elementary in Houston. I also taught 4th grade summer school at Bonham Elementary. I have been a tutor for nine years. I was a Peer Tutor throughout all of high school...
University of Alabama at Birmingham - BS, Psychology
Texas A & M University-College Station - Masters, Statistics
State Certified Teacher
Aleksey ...of them. Over time, that has made me an efficient mentor, able to explain and expand understanding of questions without creating overreaching or false simplifications. Over the years, I've held several mentoring roles - as a senior research student, a laboratory engineer in charge of actually training newcomers, and now as a senior design mentor...
University of Texas - Pan American - BSME, Mechanical Engineering
Rice University - MSME, Mechanical Engineering
Robert ...courses. I also have experience tutoring undergraduates one-on-one. After experiencing both, I believe a learning is much easier to facilitate in a one-on-one or small group setting. In this setting, I can observe how a student thinks and tailor my teaching style in a way that would most benefit the student.... Generally, the process of learning involves first mastering the basics and then building upon them. I believe that this applies whether you are learning math or learning how to dance. I find that reviewing basic concepts and learning how they apply solves most problems that students encounter.
University of Houston - Bachelors, Chemistry/Math
University of Houston - Masters, Theoretical Chemical Physics
Bobby ...obstacles that will make us stronger. Patience, resilience, & repetition are our maps, compasses & sextant that guides us through the water of Math & Sciences. So, come join me in the journey of conquering the new world called Math & Science. This journey will give you tools that will serve in any subjects.
University of Kansas - BS, Human Biology
University of Texas Medical Branch - BS, Clinical Lab Science
Taylor ...and the human body. I think that it is essential for young people to have someone in their life who is excited about learning and who can impart that passion to them. I strive to be a tutor who accomplishes this goal. I have numerous hobbies which I like to partake in whenever given the...
Mercer University - BS, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Omar ...that give radiation therapy to patients. I plan on continuing my education to become a medical physicist. Although I am passionate about science and mathematics, it didn't always come easy for me. Some things made sense at first, some things just didn't. But believing that I was intelligent enough to comprehend new concepts helped me...
University of Houston - Bachelors, Biochemistry
Daniel ...year, I'd really like to start tutoring again! Why do I love tutoring? Because I've always enjoyed mentoring a student and sharing in his/her successes. While enrolled in high school and throughout the Summer after my first year of college, I mainly focused on tutoring for the SAT and ACT. I have a strong background...
Rice University - BS, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology