Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Charter Township of Clinton, MI
Ashley ...my life I have tutored in many topics for volunteer purposes and in a client capacity. I have tutored in many topics from ACT prep to history to language arts. I am most passionate about math. I absolutely love math and enjoy explaining it to others! I am also more than happy to talk about...
University of Michigani - BS, Civil Engineering
University of Pennsylvania - MBA, Masters in Business Administration
Lane I would like to help students perform better on their GMAT and in math at all levels. I have been tutoring people throughout my life and I greatly enjoy helping people understand material better.
McGill University - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
Rebecca ...is to be patient, positive and encouraging. I tend to develop strong relationships with students as a mentor. Before becoming a teacher, I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Architecture and Urban Studies and worked for several years as an architect in New York. I have always tutored in my spare...
University of Pennsylvania - BA, Architecture & Urban Studies
Soumith ...neighborhood kids with ACT prep. After successfully helping them improve their score, I realized that I actually loved teaching and continued to tutor other kids with the ACT and with math up to trigonometry. I have been tutored myself before and have learned a vast amount of tips in order to help my students succeed.
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Current Undergrad, Biopsychology, Cognition, & Neuroscience
Brian I have a background in physics and mathematics, with additional focuses in Japanese, computer science, and economics. I have also worked previously as a public school teacher and graduate teaching assistant. I hope to help you with you subject concerns.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus - Bachelors, Applied Physics/Asian Studies
University of Nevada-Las Vegas - Masters, Curriculum and Instruction - Physical Science 7-12
Alexander ...learning. Many students believe that the only way to get good grades is to spend countless hours hitting the books; although, it is important to spend a good amount of time studying; more time does not always lead to better grades if that time is not spent efficiently. Tutoring is the most effective way to...
University of Michigan-Dearborn - BA, Philosophy
University of Michigan-Dearborn - MS, Teaching with major in Chemistry and minor in Physics
Mubashir ...to approach the problems. I have a B.S degree in Electrical Power Engineering Technology and a M.S degree in Engineering Technology from University of Houston. Math has always been my strong area. In my Calculus 1 course at University of Houston, I had the 3rd highest final average in a class of almost 200 students....
University of Houston - Bachelors, Electrical Power Engineering Technology
University of Houston - Masters, Engineering Technology
Michael ...State University and achieved a Masters Equivalent from Eastern Michigan University. As education has changed, so has my teaching philosophy. I view myself as a source, as opposed to the source of information. I try to get my students to not only know how to solve a problem but to understand why those steps have...
Ferris State University - BS, Mathematics
Eastern Michigan University - MS equivalent, Education
Syeda ...love seeing a student’s face light up with understanding and seeing him/her improve as time goes by. I think the best way to tutor is to find the root of the issue whether it’s time management, difficulty in understanding the material, or difficulty in applying the material; and then using different strategies to really address...
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Associates, Pre-Pharmacy
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Current Grad Student, Doctor of Pharmacy
Joshua ...a perceived disconnection between the material and real life. My goal while tutoring to figure out how a student thinks and find a way to encourage their own route of problem solving; however, I'll also show my own thought process in order to show how the same problem may be approached in multiple ways. Furthermore,...
University of Michigan - Dearborn - BS, Physics
University of Denver - MS, Physics