### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Sugar Land, TX

Johann ...Engineering. During undergraduate experience, I was privileged with being a Professor's Aide and Tutor for math, science and engineering subjects areas. I believe that being able to effectively explain a certain concept to another person requires a great level of understanding of that concept. This philosophy followed into my teaching experience with the military and into my current career. I've been able to help students ranging from those who really struggled with a subject to...

Prairie View A&M University - BS, Electrical Engineering

Pennsylvania State University - ME, Nuclear Engineering

Jennifer ...my schooling I took course in Calculus I,II,III, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations and some Statistics. Additionally, I received a B.A. in Photography from Sam Houston State University, graduating Cum Laude. I started tutoring in 2009 and have helped students with a variety of math classes; everything from Pre-algebra to Differential Equations. Over the last two years, I taught math at both the high school (Geometry) and collegiate (Pre-Algebra) levels. I enjoy helping students who are...

Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, Applied Math

Kameco ...that I reach each and every learner. I have successfully prepared learners for standardized tests for all six years of my career and learners have accomplished enormous amounts of growth and success. I uphold education to the utmost importance as it is the foundation to be able to made something of one self and obtain an improved quality of life. I also am a proponent for math being in all that we do so it...

The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Mathematical Sciences

State Certified Teacher

Jeremy ...and English exams. This summer, I'm looking forward to helping with test-prep for all ages. With the help of some excellent teachers, I myself scored a perfect 2400 on the SAT, helping me get into Columbia, one of the most prestigious universities in the country. Since then, I've wanted to join that elite corps, to help other students conquer standardized testing, complete the college application process, and go further on the road to achieving their...

Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Computer Science

Aleksey ...science to appreciate its achievements or to contribute to its progress, you simply need to be human - that is, to be curious. I know that modern science can seem a wholly complicated and vast subject matter that seems insurmountable. While that reputation is not unwarranted, I can also assure students that most concepts don't require a doctorate degree to understand - it's a matter of understanding the underlying principles and reasons. Science is only...

University of Texas - Pan American - BSME, Mechanical Engineering

Rice University - MSME, Mechanical Engineering

Kevin ...Petroleum Engineering with a minor in Economics and Business. In the past, I have tutored various math subjects and math SAT test prep. These subjects continue to be my favorites as I enjoy teaching students to solve math puzzles. When tutoring I first work to understand the fundamental problems a student has with the material, and from there work on building up toward more complicated work. I enjoy reading world history and classic literature, as...

Colorado School of Mines - Bachelors, Petroleum Engineering

Melissa ...chemistry as an undergraduate and more recently have worked with high school students in a variety of math and science subjects. I always strive to set goals with the student and plan a path to meet those goals. Additionally, I always encourage students, especially young children, to be inquisitive and develop an interest in science. There is nothing more rewarding than watching a student have an "ah-ha" moment when the material makes sense to them....

University of Maryland-College Park - BS, Chemistry

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston - PhD, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Kristof-Pierre ...student, as well as mentor enables me to be a better teacher. I have worked with students of varying ages, backgrounds, and subject areas, to help them understand what they are doing and how it will be applicable to them in the future. Connecting it to something they find interesting helps to make the learning process more enjoyable and interesting for both the student and myself, and being able to share the feeling of understanding...

Neal ...of Science in Microbiology. I feel comfortable teaching a broad range of subjects, but I particularly enjoy helping with essay writing and Standardized Test Prep. My own goal during tutoring is to make sure interactions with a student are as productive and enjoyable as I can make them. Whether a student likes to ask a lot of questions, wants to learn different approaches to a concept, or just wants to be relentlessly quizzed, I make...

The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Microbiology

Nancy I believe that anyone can learn math as long as they are dedicated and have proper instruction. I have been teaching or tutoring math and statistics since 1989, and I have several students tell me that they made their first "A" in a math class under my instruction.

University of South Carolina - BS(1987), BS (1995), Math, Statistics

Rice University - Ph.D., Statistics