### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Ennis, TX

Mohamed ...2009 I have been helping students as a substitute teacher in AISD and then FWISD. I am currently teach as adjunct faculty at TCC where college algebra became my favor subject. I also enjoy teaching French as a language, since I used it from elementary school to college. I am a multicultural collection of African,...

Univerte de Tunis-Tunisia - BS Math, Math

Universite Paris VII-France - MS Math, Math

Michael ...favorite subject to tutor is Mathematics because I feel like that is what I am the strongest at and I enjoy it. Outside of my current studies, I enjoy playing and watching sports of many varieties, and I also like to lift weights at the gym. Drawing and painting is another hobby that I enjoy....

Patrick ...years of experience working with high school and college students as both a tutor an teacher. My best subject is math, and I am sharpest in AP Calculus AB and college-level calculus, trigonometry, pre-calculus, algebra I, algebra II, and geometry. The absolute best part of tutoring is helping students find their “aha” moments while learning...

University of North Texas - Bachelors, Mathematics

Texas A & M University-Commerce - Current Grad Student, Mathematics

Norman ...to combine my love for problem solving and directly interacting with individuals to help improve their lives. I grew up with a mom who teaches middle school math and she instilled a love for both the subject and helping others that has stuck with me to this day. During my time in college I gained...

The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Economics, Minor in Mathematics

Justin ...Senior High School where I was a National Merit Finalist. In May 2013, I received a B.A. in Mathematical Economic Analysis from Rice University. I scored in the top 95th percentile on the LSAT and will be entering law school this fall. My greatest instructional strengths are SAT, ACT, LSAT, mathematics, and economics. I am...

Rice University - Bachelors, Mathematical Economic Analysis

Jose ...to help him/her to understand the material being covered. Basically, my approach is summed up with the acronym PDCA (plan, do, check, act). Plan: Come to the tutorial prepared to teach and have a learning game plan for my student. Do: Using examples, demonstrated the application of the learning material. Check: I encourage and challenge...

The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Mathematics

Jevon ...lot of experience tutoring. For the duration of my spring semester of my sophomore year, I tutored at a low-income public school on the western side of Dallas. I made sure the students understood by making them feel comfortable with not understanding a concept. By establishing this comfort, I was able to get honest responses...

Southern Methodist University - BS, Applied Math

George I worked as a computer programmer for 10 years before turning to math tutoring. I love teaching math and computer science to all ages. I see patience and creativity as being the highest attributes of my teaching style.... Every individual is unique in the way they learn. I believe that anything can be taught to anyone by a patient and creative teacher, which I hope to be.

Hardin-Simmons University - BS, Math, Computer Science

Steven I have an extensive background in mathematics instruction as I am a certified teacher for over 18 years in tthe state of Texas. I have taught high school math from algebra 1 up to and including AP Calculus AB. I have tutored students in grade school math through GRE PREP.... In working with my students, my philosophy is to meet the students where they are, and advance them in incremental steps where they can be advancing and successful. Some refer to this as the "zone of proximal" development.

Alexandria ...the subjects of math and test prep! I have had experience working with students in an after school program helping train them for math competitions. I studied mathematics in college and know what its like to learn a new concept. I can help students overcome roadblocks when it comes to learning new, difficult math strategies.

Texas Christian University - Bachelors, Mathematics