Award-Winning Physics Tutors in St. Louis, MO
Gwyn "...Throughout high school, I tutored a lot, both through the National Honor Society at my school as well as informally with classmates. I tutor a variety of subjects, particularly in mathematics. My subjects include ACT Test Prep in all four subsections, SAT Test Prep in Mathematics and Verbal, Physics, Algebra 1 and 2, Trigonometry, Calculus 1, and Competitive Math..."
Erika "...This includes working with students who do not feel they have a 'math brain' or are insecure about their math abilities. I am currently tutoring Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Arithmetic, Elementary Math, Geometry, Middle School Math, and Pre-Algebra, in addition to introductory Spanish levels and general homework help. I have experience specifically working with students that have trouble focusing and have worked with children with ADHD though I am not specially licensed for working with children with learning disabilities..."
Daniel "...In addition to the core curriculum for my major, I also completed all of the necessary classes to apply to medical school. This has given me a wide range of subjects that I am familiar with and comfortable tutoring, especially in biological fields such as Anatomy, Physiology and Genetics. I am originally from Omaha, Nebraska, but over the past 5 years, I have gotten to know and love the Saint Louis area..."
Steve "...Two of the clubs I am most involved with at Notre Dame are Best Buddies and The American Cancer Society. In Best Buddies, I have an assigned buddy who has intellectual disabilities with whom I talk once a week and do some sort of activity with twice a month. The past two springs, I have participated in The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life as the captain of my dorm's team..."
Zack "I first discovered tutoring in college in the campus mathematics learning center and through a trusting former biochemistry professor. These were my first attempts at sharing and discovering knowledge with peers and I have been engrossed ever since. Thanks to the students that I have tutored, I have learned to think of topics in many new ways and it is this fluidity with studying and learning that I hope to get across. Outside of tutoring, I enjoy playing music and running long distances..."
Philip "I am a current student at Washington University in St. Louis (WashU). I study electrical engineering and computer software engineering.Tutoring is an extremely important part of the learning process. Very rarely do the best students have the easiest time learning material in a classroom setting..."
Francis "... I believe strongly in a holistic approach to teaching because in my experience students are far more willing to learn when seemingly arcane subjects can be tied into their day to day life and their relevance concretely demonstrated. I delight in finding and applying these connections, and I look forward to teaching others to find them as well. In my free time I enjoy playing badminton and bicycling..."
Andrew "...Louis Community College. I began tutoring in the Math Help Lab at the Meramec campus of St. Louis Community College in 2009 and have been tutoring students in mathematics and physics ever since..."
Joe "... Through high school and college, even while completing two unrelated Bachelor's degree programs, I began tutoring my own classmates, younger students, and even adult neighbors using a similar delivery style as my own teachers, albeit tailored to each student's individual struggles. My clients all showed a drastic improvement in their respective classroom performances. In graduate school, I had the opportunity to teach a semester of College Algebra, again peppering my lectures with idiosyncratic memory triggers..."
Aleks "... I have been tutoring peers in many different classes since my senior year of high school. I am especially passionate about Math and Physics (which is why I want to be an engineer), and I love being able to help people understand the difficult concepts and methods that students of these subjects sometimes struggle with. I understand that Math can be frustrating and difficult to understand, and I try to make learning and understanding it as fun and simple as possible..."