### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Alpharetta, GA

Corey ...had my fair share of physics and mathematics courses. From differential equations to radiation physics, I have loved every minute of my education. I received my Bachelor's degree from Georgia Tech in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, and could not stay away! I am currently working towards my Master's degree in Medical Physics at Tech as well. Organization, drive, and a balanced life has been the key to my success. You have to work to achieve...

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Nuclear & Radiological Engineering

Kellie ...general chemistry and college math through calculus. My tutoring style varies based on the student's needs. However, for math and science I have found a successful style usually involves finding example, homework, or test problems the student did not understand. After identifying these problems I can review or teach the necessary concepts to the student, then go back and help the student solve the problems correctly. I love the help students understand concepts they struggled...

Brigham Young University - BS, Chemical Engineering

Jonathan ...University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. After that I went to the University of Arizona to work on my PhD in Mathematics. I studied for three semesters, passed my qualifying examinations, and then decided to switch career paths. I am currently in a dual Masters program at Georgia State University studying Actuarial Science and Mathematical Risk Management in the Robinson College of Business. I have been private tutoring high school and college students in mathematics since 2007....

Covenant College - BA, Philosophy

UT Chattanooga - MS, Mathematics

Matthew ...Nuclear Engineering. I have had extensive experience with math and science, particularly physics. I am comfortable with teaching a wide range of subject levels. I have taught from a middle school level all the way up to college level. In high school, part of my community service requirement for graduation involved teaching Algebra and Pre-Algebra to students who needed a little extra help in a middle school classroom. As an undergraduate, I tutored friends and...

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Nuclear and Radiological Engineering

David ...was an absolute necessity for an improved quality of life, which I try to impart to all of my students. In my spare time, I enjoy keeping up/reading about current events, which helps me to become more informed about the socio-economic and political dynamics of the country. Moreover, I enjoy walking, playing tennis, and getting out for weekend getaways/vacations that are linked to travel packages for cruises, sporting events, and local festivals. Recently however, I...

Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - BS, Petroleum Engineering

Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - MS, PhD, Petroleum Engineering

Nam ...and science interchange with each other and understanding one will enable you to have a deeper comprehension of the other. I started tutoring fellow classmates throughout my high school career. The topics that I tutored ranged from pre-algebra to pre-calculus. In college, I began to tutor my classmates in Calculus I and II along with many science courses such as Biology, Organic Chemistry, and Genetics. When I teach my classmates about any topic, I will...

Anna ...1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, Linear Algebra, Survey of Calculus, MATLAB coding). Apart from holding office hours for students, I also held independent teaching/review sessions for 2-4 Calculus 1 and 2 courses. My favorite subjects to tutor are algebra and calculus. These courses are the building blocks that will help students understand more complex concepts and to think critically. Algebra and Calculus are where we first begin to see how math can help us in...

Georgia Southern University - BS, Mathematics

Georgia Southern University - MS, Mathematics

Ashley I love math. Nothing makes me happier than having the opportunity to share my passion with others. However, math wasn't always my best subject. In my opinion, this makes it easier for me to relate to students who are having trouble in this area. In high school and college, I tutored middle school math through Mu Alpha Theta. I also helped many of my peers in their math courses ranging from Algebra 1 to Calculus.

Georgia State University - BA, Accounting, Finance

Josh ...to spend a good portion of my time tutoring as it is something I truly enjoy doing. I feel forever indebted to the great teachers I had growing up and want to share their techniques and tricks with the next generation. I have over 3 years experience as a tutor as well as extensive experience working with children with special needs. My teaching style involves using analogies, metaphors, and real life applications to help my...

University of Georgia - Bachelors, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Brian ...out themselves, not when they are told what to think. So I try to focus on how to think about a subject, how to parse what is important and what isn't because if you can build a strong foundation, a firm understanding of the concepts that underlie a field of study, you will be able to organize your thoughts more elegantly and deal with new information more efficiently. In my experience, students that figure out...

Oglethorpe University - BS, Biopsychology