### Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors for Mineral Wells, TX

Steven ...school, I was on the decathlon team and achieved second place in my individual subject. The subjects that I am best fit to help others with include: pre-algebra, algebra 1 & 2, geometry, pre-calculus, and ACT math. I have tutored several individuals in these subjects and have been told that my service has greatly improved...

John I am currently a teacher and tutor at Hillcrest High School and Bremen High School in the south suburbs. I assist students in the field of Math but also work with Science, English and Social Studies. This is my 5th year teaching in the...

University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign - BS with a Secondary Teaching Degree, Mathematics - Secondary Education

State Certified Teacher

Kaylee ...do/you do"...I'll do the first problem, then I'll guide the student through a similar example, and then I'll let the student do some individually to build confidence. One component of Varsity Tutors that I appreciate is getting to work with the same students repeatedly. Building a relationship allows both the student and myself...

University of Colorado at Boulder - BA, Mathematics

Central Michigan University Global Campus - MA, Educational Technology

Spencer ...my favorite subject to teach is calculus and I've found it to be the most challenging to learn. My philosophy of teaching heavily focuses on practice problems and examples while maintaining a personable, stress-free environment. Outside of the classroom you can find me playing or watching sports, meeting with friends, and listening to music.

Stony Brook University - BS, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (Physics Concentration)

Stephen ...understand a lot more of math than they give themselves credit for. In my spare time, I love reading (anything I can get my hands on – books, magazines, newspapers, internet posts, etc.), hanging out with friends, watching movies, and playing with my dog, Rusty; my guilty pleasure is binge-watching TV shows online.

Trinity University - BS, Engineering Science

Ion ...gain some crystal growth experience and improve my chances of admission to a graduate school. Now, after I passed the GRE Physics test and submitted my applications, I am open to share my problem solving skills. My firm convincing is that there is no "I don't like Math" or "I don't like Physics," but instead...

Moldova State University - BS, Physics

Moldova State University - MS, Physics

Malcolm ...Washington DC. In the entire DC area there are only 1 in 20 students (5%) that graduate from college. This experience is important to me because I can give back to those that haven't had the same opportunities that I have. When in high school, I was always the student everyone went to for math...

University of Georgia - BS, Mathematics

Conklin ...do not know and find ways to ask questions about them. Whatever these things are, they are most certainly different for everyone, and challenging them and tackling them head on is a sure fire way to grow intellectually. Being an effective questioner and an astute observer of the unknown is a life-long task, and through...

Feksi ...math and science related subjects. I am currently a Civil Engineering student in college. I have studied all the math courses up to Calculus and Differential Equations. I am interested in seeing students develop a passion for learning. I am willing to work with any age person for math and science related problems. Any student...

Manhattan College - Current Undergrad, Civil Engineering

Ron ...someone to help them break through to not only make success in Math possible, but enjoyable! TEACHING PHILOSOPHY / I believe there are several keys to being a successful Math student: A willingness to try, Parental support Communication, Organization and Access to the student's teacher/professor WHEN I’M NOT TUTORING / I am a father of...

University of New Hampshire-Main Campus - BS, Mathematics

University of Massachusetts Amherst - M. Ed., Secondary Education