Carefully selected, highly-credentialed Science tutors in University Park, TX
" As an Engineering student, my coursework requires me to maintain and constantly improve my understanding and ability to perform in the subjects of Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics. While serving in the United States Marine Corps, I started a personal skills program that encouraged junior Marines to practice their fundamental academic skills (mathematics, reading comprehension, and general science), learn more about the bigger world around them by staying on top of current events, and to investigate their personal viewpoints on such intangibles as honor, honesty, leadership, and discipline. I’m a believer in the benefits ...
- University of Texas at Dallas - B.S. (3rd-year student), Electrical Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:Physics, Elementary Math, Trigonometry, Middle School Math, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, SAT Math, Geometry, History, Algebra, PSAT, Chemistry
"I was civil engineer for a little over ten years before deciding to go in a different direction. For the past two years I have been taking the core science classes required for medical school and have really enjoyed my time back in the classroom. Having been a civil engineer, it should be no surprise that I have a strong math and science background. I compare math with cooking in the sense that I think many more people can be successful with math, it's just that it can be intimidating at first."
- Texas Tech University - BS, Civil Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:ISEE, Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, Biology, Physics, Microbiology
"They said I was a great writer and they could use me. So I did, and for the rest of my college days I was pouring over essays, correcting grammar and syntax, offering alternative phrasings and entire sentences when I was supposed to just tell the kids 'this needs work.' I enjoyed seeing my regulars, like a barber for messy prose, and have not forgotten the compliment that we tutors were "miracle workers." At the University of Texas at Dallas, I was hired on as the teaching assistant for Biochemistry by the professor, who was also my principle investigator for research. I taught a study session preparing popular power-point ...
- Kenyon College - BA, Molecular Biology / Documentary Film
- University of Texas at Dallas - MS, Biotechnology
Tutoring Subjects:Microbiology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biology
"I have worked as a tutor in both a private and public setting with middle school and high school students. And whether it is a single class subject or a standardized test, I am confident that my organizational, leadership and communication skills will allow me to effectively translate the material to the student. In addition to learning the material at hand. I strive to endow my students with some perspective of how their education relates to their future."
- University of Texas at Austin - B.A., Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Reading, Middle School Math, MCAT, ACT Math, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Algebra, Physiology, Anatomy, Geometry, Biology
"Mathematics is an old nemesis rather than a friend. During my undergraduate studies, I pursued a bachelors of science in mathematics because I enjoyed the challenge. Learning disorders and special needs are very familiar to me. In high school I volunteered at Down Home Ranch, which specialized in an autism and down syndrome population."
- Sul Ross State University - BS, Mathematics
- University of North Texas - PhD, Computer Science; Computational Epidemiology
Tutoring Subjects:Chemistry, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, Middle School Math, Elementary Math, PSAT, Algebra
"in Microbiology, and Biology, with a minor in Chemistry. As my tutored subjects suggests, I have a wide range of interests and I love to work with students to help them succeed. Over the past 5 years I've worked with numerous students ages 5 – 50+ on a regular basis, so I am certain that I can reach each age level with appropriate insights and techniques. I am passionate about education, and want to help each student gain confidence in the subject we are reviewing, as well as in every aspect of their education."
- University of Texas at Arlington - BS, Microbiology and Biology, Chemistry Minor
Tutoring Subjects:Writing, SAT Verbal, Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology
"I owe so much of my motivation and passion to pursue a career in medicine to my teachers and mentors, who taught me to value and appreciate education, which I do very highly. I have had the opportunity over the last ten years to give back by serving as a tutor and mentor to others. I've worked with children and adolescents of all ages, from kindergarten to high school and everything in between. My aim thus far has been to inspire these students not only to take on the challenge of learning, but to also enjoy the process however difficult it may be." ...
- Texas A&M University - B.S., Psychology
- University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas - M.S., Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology
Tutoring Subjects:Grammar and Mechanics, Elementary Math, ISEE, Biology, Middle School Math, Physical Chemistry, Reading, Chemistry
" Often I have been enlisted to assist others with studying math at all levels and occasionally other subjects. In general I find that the best aspect of tutoring is that the typical one-to-one nature is the ultimate in small class size, allowing for full attention to be given to the individual. In part because of my set of eclectic interests, I find all interests to be equally valuable and play some role in society, small however it may be. (There is some intrigue in just about everything!) For standardized tests like the SAT and ACT, knowing the strategies for the test is often as important as being able to determine the answer. The structure of ...
- University of Oklahoma - BS, Meteorology
- Texas A&M University - MS, Atmospheric Sciences
Tutoring Subjects:ACT Math, SAT, PSAT, GRE, Algebra, Calculus, Middle School Math, ACT, ACT Science, SAT Math, SAT Verbal, ACT English, German, SAT Writing
"Currently, I am a graduate student at the University of Texas at Dallas pursuing a master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. I love the process of learning and sharing how much fun learning can be with others. While I enjoy tutoring all subjects, my strengths are in language arts, history, early reading, psychology and test preparation. In the past, I have worked with children diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia and other disorders that may interfere with the learning process."
- The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Communication Disorders
- The University of Texas at Dallas - Masters, Speech Pathology
Tutoring Subjects:Reading, Writing, History, Anatomy, Phonics, Biology, Elementary Math, Grammar and Mechanics
" What began as a mere whim blossomed into a wonderful tutoring career lasting three brief but treasured years. I loved coming to work for the first time in my life! I enjoyed the interactions with the students I helped. Working alongside and helping other diligent students really inspired me to work harder towards my biology degree and chemistry minor. When I’m not tutoring or studying I enjoy indulging in one of my many hobbies."
- University of Texas at Permian Basin - Bachelors of Science, Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Physics, Calculus, Trigonometry, Biology, Chemistry, Geometry, Algebra, Organic Chemistry, MCAT
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