# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Austin, TX

Tyler ...well as a minor in mathematics. I worked in a theoretical physics lab modeling and simulating new materials to be used in solar energy applications, as well as tutored physics independently. While in college, I was part of the UTeach program, a nationwide initiative to train science and math students to teach. In this program I developed a passion for working with students both in and out of the classroom. I strongly believe in inquiry-based...

Bert ...with focus on robotics. I am due to graduate this December with a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics from Tarleton State University. I have several years of experience in higher education. In my two years at Tarleton State University I have taught various levels of college algebra. I have also taught at ITT Technical Institute for two years, covering many electronics and programming classes. I enjoy helping students to see difficult subjects like mathematics...

The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Electrical Engineering

Tarleton State University - MS, Applied Mathematics

Melody ...live near campus and look forward to tutoring students in the area. I love teaching and helping with math and physics! I also have a strong writing background that comes from independently-publishing a novel, so I am happy to help you with the flow and format of your writing assignments. (I m also a bit of a grammar Nazi.) Interesting things about me: I researched solar cell development in Germany for a summer (ich spreche...

The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Physics

Sanjiv ...I tutored Competition Math. More recently, I spent many months tutoring groups of highschoolers in Geometry to prepare them for their TAKS exams. I have also given one-on-one Calculus tutoring to several college students, as Calculus is my favorite subject. Since I love math in general, I tutor many subjects from Algebra II to SAT/GRE Test Prep. I like to be very patient and encouraging with my students, because I believe all students can excel...

Princeton University - BS, Electrical Engineering

Caroline ...at my university when I started tutoring Math, French, and Arabic at our university tutoring center. I fell in love with teaching others and decided to spend a year teaching English in China after graduation. It was the best decision I've ever made and I learned so much, about myself and about teaching. It was also exciting to travel and see the world. Since I've returned, I have been teaching and tutoring in the Austin...

Baylor University - BA, Language and Linguistics

Javed ...also students wanting to enter college but lacking basic skills. The ability to help such students give me tremendous satisfaction. I have found that most students, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, have a willingness to do well, but lack the understanding as to how to pursue their goals. It is only after winning over these students, and in many cases, even going out of the way to help them, that they are really able to...

University of Engineering & Technology, Pakistan - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

Rakhi ...studies. In NYC, I gained a wide variety of teaching and tutoring experiences in classrooms, with private clients, and via community service work for non-profit organizations. Currently, I work at a middle school in Chicago teaching middle school math, as well as tutor for city clients. I am most passionate about math, but am comfortable working with students of all ages K-12 (and beyond!) in subjects including chemistry, physics, Spanish, writing, and more!

Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Applied Math

Frank ...Engineering from Texas A&M University, I spent the next 15 years in the Engineering industry, working as a Heat Transfer Design Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, and Project Manager. Throughout my college years, and shortly afterwards, I tutored several students in subject areas of math and physics. For me, there is nothing more personally rewarding that seeing the mental "light bulb" turn on in a students eyes when they grasp a difficult concept for the first time....

University of Texas at Austin - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Texas A&M University - MS, Mechanical Engineering

Katrina ...in Mathematics and Spanish from Goucher College in Baltimore, MD. I have always loved mathematics for the fun (yes, fun!) challenge of problem-solving and have tutored/taught the subject for several years. My teaching style is very student-oriented and I like to teach my students that they can easily learn the tools necessary to solve mathematical puzzles and love to see their confidence grow as they realize their own potential. I respect that each student has...

Goucher College - BA, Mathematics and Spanish

Lyndsey ...in Economics and Psychology. Through the classes I took, I became interested in learning and motivation. I believe that education is extremely important, but learning should also be fun! My approach to tutoring involves a lot of communication and listening – I try to figure out what the student understands and what the student needs help with. I hope to be able to inspire my students and help their academics improve so that they can...

The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Psychology, Economics