# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Garland, TX

Megan ...background primarily involves helping liberal arts students experience math and science in a way that makes sense to them. In high school, I struggled with math and science classes and believed that I would never be good at them. After a break of several years, I'm currently in the middle of an undergraduate in Applied Mathematics. I was fortunate enough to have a paradigm shift in the way I perceived myself and the world around...

Associates Complete - AS, Mathematics

The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Applied Mathematics, Biology

Michael ...in Engineering topics. I have two years prior experience tutoring primarily elementary-level students; however, I have also worked with a variety of other age ranges. I am able to tutor for the following subjects: Mathematics (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus), Science (Chemistry and Physics), and U.S. History, though I am not limited to those necessarily. My favorite subject to tutor is Mathematics because I feel like that is what I am the strongest...

Muhammad Salik ...both enjoyable and interesting. I have been tutoring for 6 + years as an K-12th grade tutor as well as college. I have tutored for AP exams, SAT, ACT, and PSAT with great results with 98th percentile grades from my students in the Math and Reading section of the SAT & ACT. As an Electrical Engineering major, I had to be very grounded in math subjects, my mathematics foundation and applications allow me to be...

The University of Texas at Dallas - Current Undergrad, Electrical Engineering

Ahmad ...I like to tutor calculus the most because I find it interesting that we work with variables that are changing. With hard work and dedication, I believe anyone can succeed. I generally use a step-by-step approach with students to simplify difficult concepts. From my experience, I find it easier to understand why we use certain formulas instead of memorizing them. In calculus especially, I like to explain the real life applications to make the concepts...

Salman ...University and a Master of Science in Pathology & Laboratory Medicine from the University of British Columbia. After working in research labs in Canada and the United States, I was inspired to pursue Medicine. Recently, I completed a 2 year Post-Baccalaureate program at the University of Texas at Dallas, as a pre-requisite for entry into medical school. Throughout my undergraduate and graduate education, I have had the privilege of tutoring students of various grade levels....

Simon Fraser University - BS, Cell and Molecular Biology

University of British Columbia - MS, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Mathias ...a 31 year old UCSC senior from Switzerland. I moved to the US 7 years ago and went from a high school drop-out with a traumatic brain injury to almost being done with a double major. I've been on a very non-traditional student path, working full-time, volunteering at hospitals and working with animals. I've got one service dog, but you might meet the girlfriend's pups too if we're working online. I enjoy hiking, reading and...

University of California-Santa Cruz - Bachelors, Biology

Mohamed ...12th grade, when my principal asked me to review the 1st quarter program for students newly admitted. After completing my MS Degree in math at a university in France, I worked as an assistant professor at the Senegalese state university for nine years, during which I enjoyed solving math problems with students in calculus, algebra and trigonometry. Since 2009 I have been helping students as a substitute teacher in AISD and then FWISD. I am...

Univerte de Tunis-Tunisia - BS Math, Math

Universite Paris VII-France - MS Math, Math

Tricia ...to school to become a teacher, and it was the best decision I've ever made. This is my eleventh year of teaching, and I can't imagine doing anything else. I had the fortune of having wonderful teachers that made learning math both fun and interesting. It is my goal to provide that same experience to all of my students. When I'm not teaching, I enjoy doing arts and crafts, sewing, and needlework. I also love...

Wichita State University - BBA, Finance

State Certified Teacher

Alexandra ...require much beyond arithmetic and science-related math. Tutoring keeps math in my life, which is awesome! I also love tutoring because I love to teach. The best part about teaching (besides using math) is the relationships with my students. I have consistently built great relationships with my students to the point where my students and I not only have a special understanding of each other's capabilities and learning/teaching strategies, but also have a lot of...

University of Notre Dame - Bachelors, Preprofessional Studies and Psychology

Michael ...for the Plano Independent School District. I received extensive training in tutoring both ACT and SAT test strategies. While I have been trained to tutor all core subjects, tutoring Mathematics has always brought me the greatest joy in life. Through my years working as a tutor, I have found that "all work and no play" makes students tired and yields to difficulty with focus. I overcome this by rewarding positive progress with fun sessions, game...

Collin County Community College District - AS, Computer Science and Statistics

University of Texas at Dallas - BS, Computer Science and Statistics