Award-Winning Organic Chemistry Tutors in Lost Creek, TX
Vince ...additionally acted as a private tutor in preparing high school students for entry into the IB German SL course. I am currently tutoring a number of subjects, of which German, high school and college level Biology, Anatomy and Physiology are my most favorite. My style of tutoring consists of two major principles: that both tutor and student meet each other halfway in the process of learning and that using visual aids (charts, diagrams, drawings, etc)...
Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, Biology
Manpinder ...direct relation with our everyday life, a need to think deeply for problem solving, and the presence of wide scope to always learn something new. I have been tutoring these courses to the school and college level students for about five years in one-on–one and small group settings. I enjoy tutoring GRE quantitative as well. My tutoring strategy is to show a path to the students so that they can think through the problems and...
Panjab university - Bachelors, Chemistry
Sam Houston State University - Masters, Chemistry
Daniel ...concepts very easily, and explanations come easy as well. The goal that I work towards for my students is to bless them holistically, both through my academic skills and through any relationship that I am able to build with them. I believe in teaching my key patterns of thinking; teach them how to fish instead of giving them a fish, as it is said. I am best at Math and Science, and any of the...
The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Mechanical Engineering
The University of Texas at Asutin - MS, Material Science
Jonathan When I tutor, I hope to impart more than knowledge. I strive to teach new and efficient ways of thinking, as time is an invaluable part of our lives, be it personal or work related. Over the course of over 9 years, I have tutored children and adults, learning how to adapt to each learning style. As long as the student who comes for help is dedicated, I believe I can transform dedication into success.
University of Florida - BS, Chemical Engineering
University of Texas at Austin - MS, Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Lee ...learned many laboratory techniques but soon realized that it was not for me. For a short time I also thought that I might want to get a Masters in Public Health before medical school and was accepted to highly recommended schools such as Tulane in New Orleans, Drexel in Philadelphia, and Mount Sinai in New York City. Although great opportunities, I could not afford an extra degree. Now I truly believe that it is time...
Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi - BS, Biomedical Sciences
Jaxon ...am a Junior in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. I have experience teaching college-level science labs as well as freelance tutoring. I began tutoring because I wanted to help students find success and enjoyment in conventionally challenging courses like math, science, and writing. I tutor college-level chemistry through Organic II, college-level physics through Electricity & Magnetism, and any and all math classes from middle-school math through college-level calculus. In my free...
UT Austin - BS, in progress, Mechanical Engineering
Ashlee ...I decided to keep going on the science track and obtained a bachelor's degree in kinesiology with minors in biology and chemistry from the University of North Texas. While at UNT, I was hired through the university to tutor collegiate athletes in various kinesiology, biology and anatomy courses. I worked one-on-one as well as with groups of athletes. I moved to Austin in July of 2015 and am currently working on applications to obtain a...
University of North Texas - Bachelors, Kinesiology
Gabriel ...and sciences class in college. I think this helps with tutoring because I learned the material multiple times and from many great teachers, so if a student doesn't understand a concept at first, I can hopefully explain it in another way that I've learned. I like working with students that are self motivated and want to have a tutor, no matter their current skill level in a class. Having a great teacher or tutor won't...
Texas A & M University-College Station - Bachelors, Biochemistry
Scot ...Arts while concurrently completing my premedical courses prior to entering medical school and worked a couple years as Lab Technician for Cancer Research and Biomedical Sciences lab where I coauthored several publications involving prostate cancer research. I am currently applying to residency programs while working as a Medical Assistant along side of tutoring. I enjoy teaching as much as learning and hope to remain employed in both for the rest of my life.
University of St. Thomas - Houston - BA, Liberal Arts - Biology, Chemistry
Ross University School of Medicine - M.D., Medicine
Tony Hello, my name is Mark Martinez, but I go by Tony. I'm originally from San Antonio, Texas and I graduated from high school in 2014. I am currently a third year prospective chemical engineer studying at the University of Texas at Austin. I am a versatile and hard working person. In my free time, I love being outdoors, playing board games, and playing and watching sports, especially soccer. ... I want to help students understand subjects that don't come easy by engaging them in a positive manner and showing new ways to approach problems.
The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering