### Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Sandy Springs, GA

Diana ...am confident that my personal experiences taking the ACT, SAT and various AP courses in high school not only helped me teach my student but also relate to him. I understand how demanding AP courses can be and know what it takes to succeed in them. As a tutor, I will not only teach the subject at hand, but also teach students valuable study skills that will continually help them throughout their educations.

University of Georgia - BS, Biology and Neuroscience

Srdjan I am a Georgia Tech graduate in Electrical Engineering. I am able to tutor advanced math and physics for high school students and beyond.

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Electrical Engineering

Carnell ...(Calculus based) for over 400 hours within the past year at Valdosta State University. My responsibility as a university tutor was to motivate and empower students by demonstrating critical thinking skills and problem solving. Many people believe math is supposed to be difficult and frustrating. However, I have noticed that after scheduling appointments with me, many students feel they already knew how to do math all along! Nothing is better than having that "AHA" moment...

Valdosta State University - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

Brittany I went to Riverwood Charter School in Sandy Springs and while there focused on English, French, History and Art in the International Baccalaureate program. Now I'm majoring in Chemical Engineering at Georgia Tech and focusing more on sciences and math. I have a large range of experience in multiple subjects, including test preparation, science, and math- as well as ballet.

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Ralston ...on mathematics skills and Latin in middle and high school to working as a Supplemental Instructor at Emory University to assisting countless students prepare for standardized exams. While I love to learn new things, I also like to expand on the things I already know. I possess a wealth of knowledge in various areas, but one of the things that I find fun about learning is seeing how subjects connect to the real world. It...

Will ...teaching high school students is working with students individually to help them with their specific math needs. I have taught the full range of students, from those who are now at Ivy League colleges, to those who struggled to graduate high school. I enjoy helping students succeed and I believe that my experience and knowledge of math and how to communicate math effectively make me a good tutor. I look forward to meeting you, either...

Auburn University - BS, Industrial Engineering

George Fox University - MAT, Teaching

Kristin ...positions teaching Algebra 2 and Trigonometry. I have been a high school substitute teacher since March of 2012, but am also comfortable tutoring middle school and elementary school math. I know mathematics is not every student's favorite subject so I like to relate the subject to something the student enjoys. I can relate to almost all students in one way or another. I love the feeling of helping a student succeed and would love to...

University of Georgia - BS, Sports Managment

State Certified Teacher

Neil ...chemistry and physics classes by a prestigious test preparation company. I absolutely love teaching mathematics, chemistry and physics. But unfortunately, these are subjects that a lot of students have real difficulty in. I've discovered that I have a knack for explaining difficult mathematical/physical science concepts, so that virtually anyone can understand the material at hand. Real world examples in conjunction with visual aides seem to make my students' understanding soar. When I'm not teaching, I...

Shawn ...a variety of subjects. I have tutored a variety of subjects, but I enjoy mathematics, physics, and economics the most. Having fairly recently taken most of the courses or tests that I tutor, I am able to use my firsthand experience to guide students in excelling within those subjects on their own. I believe in ensuring that my students can not only do the problems or pass their exams, but also that they gain a...

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - Current Undergrad, Aerospace Engineering

Anna ...are the building blocks that will help students understand more complex concepts and to think critically. Algebra and Calculus are where we first begin to see how math can help us in solving real life problems, such as calculating a car's speed or the percentage of error of a given measurement. Personality is an important part of teaching. I can't tell you how many classes that I had to “suffer” through because the teacher didn't...

Georgia Southern University - BS, Mathematics

Georgia Southern University - MS, Mathematics