Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Jersey Village, TX
Jeremy ...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 dreams. At Columbia, I study Computer Science,...
Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Computer Science
Alonso ...make the leap themselves towards their desired answer. This ability to think about problems is not limited to mathematics and, if mastered, will stay with the student for the rest of their lives. Aside from mathematics I enjoy playing my piano. I especially love playing music from movie, TV show and video game soundtracks.
Truman State University - BS, Mathematics major, Statistics minor
Sudhir "Any subject or topic is only difficult until it's explained and taught by the right tutor"... Education is not only about making your child learn Physics and Math; it is more about teaching them how to think, integrate and apply in their future life. "You give man a fish, you feed him one time. You teach him how to fish and you feed him for lifetime!"
NYSS College of engineering - Bachelors, Electronics/Computers
Omar ...doing it again in the upcoming semester. I enjoy tutoring a variety of subjects such as math, physics, and chemistry. However, I am most interested in math and topics related to computer science, and hardware design as I find them most challenging. As a tutor my goal is not to simply help out my students...
Rice University - BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Aleksey ...and use of them. Over time, that has made me an efficient mentor, able to explain and expand understanding of questions without creating overreaching or false simplifications. Over the years, I've held several mentoring roles - as a senior research student, a laboratory engineer in charge of actually training newcomers, and now as a senior design...
University of Texas - Pan American - BSME, Mechanical Engineering
Rice University - MSME, Mechanical Engineering
Moataz ...I was in the US Army and part of my job description was to read body language, which helps me in understanding each student and their weaknesses. When I was working on my degree I started helping students to over come there weaknesses and give them a better understanding of Math. I realized that I...
University of Houston - Bachelors, Computer Science - Systems
Abhay ...to inculcate interest in software engineering, which is used to solve real world problems. I cater my teaching style based on the needs of the students, but keep my coursework challenging to help students stretch their potential. I enjoy reading in my spare time, and my friends sometimes call me a "fitness nut" (fondly, I...
IIIT-A - B.Tech, IT
UHV-Victoria - MBA, Strategy
Matthew ...thoughts effectively. I understand the importance of taking a step-by-step approach and packaging ideas in ways that people can visualize. I am, at my core, a technically-minded problem solver. I know what it takes to succeed at any academic level. If you, or someone you know, is struggling with any course or concept, I would...
The University of Texas at Austin - B.S., Biomedical Engineering
University of Houston - Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering
Alfonso ...I have always helped with homework and other school related projects. I have also tutored students from elementary school to high school aged students. I am best at STEM subjects and standardized test prep. However, Spanish is also a strong subject for me since I grew up speaking it. I don't only speak it, but...
Rice University - Current Undergrad, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Alex I have spent many years tutoring and always strive to make sure my students understand everything that they need to in order to succeed in their field. I am available at almost any time to answer emergency questions, and strive to have everyone I teach succeed. ... Ensuring that students have solid fundamentals helps them understand future concepts better. If time allows, it is always better to go back and make sure something is understood fully rather than trying to force the way forward without understanding.
University of Houston - Current Undergrad, Computer Science and Mathematics