Award-Winning Organic Chemistry Tutors in San Marcos, TX
Julia ...level and he would make the subject fun and engaging. Because of that, I grew up loving math. No matter how difficult it was to grasp a concept at first, my dad would approach it in different ways until something clicked and and I felt like I had mastered it. I was really impressed by the difference his patience made and I love tutoring because it helps me do that for other people. I am...
Rice University - Current Undergrad, Cognitive Sciences
Jaxon ...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 time, I find myself exploring Austin, swimming...
UT Austin - BS, in progress, Mechanical Engineering
Gabriel ...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 help if the student does not want to...
Texas A & M University-College Station - Bachelors, Biochemistry
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
Ashlee ...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 Master's in public health, I hope to...
University of North Texas - Bachelors, Kinesiology
Shyon ...teachers are not those who know the most, but those who motivate their students to want to know it all. I like to keep the student as engaged and focused as possible in the work. From my personal experiences in high school up to the Biomedical Engineering program, I have learned the variety of ways students learn and try my best to implement the most appropriate method. Last but not least, I try to ensure...
The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering Honors
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 ...high years and realized that I had an aptitude for mathematics and life sciences. It wasn't until my high school years where I was finally challenged with classes such as advanced physics and calculus that I truly started to expand my thinking. I graduated Top 4% of my class from Harlingen High School and went on to start my undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi. It was there that I realized that...
Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi - BS, Biomedical Sciences
Daniel ...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 high-school level subjects pertaining to those fields.
The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Mechanical Engineering
The University of Texas at Asutin - MS, Material Science
Scot ...new concept, and this awareness builds cummulatively to the delight of every growing and successful student. As a graduate of the University of St. Thomas, Houston and then Ross University School of Medicine I employed these faculties of mind across many diverse planes of teaching and learning. I majored in Liberal Arts while concurrently completing my premedical courses prior to entering medical school and worked a couple years as Lab Technician for Cancer Research and...
University of St. Thomas - Houston - BA, Liberal Arts - Biology, Chemistry
Ross University School of Medicine - M.D., Medicine