# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Rollingwood, TX

Bert ...am a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin. I received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree 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...

The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Electrical Engineering

Tarleton State University - MS, Applied Mathematics

Tyler ...In this program I developed a passion for working with students both in and out of the classroom. I strongly believe in inquiry-based instruction, which consists of leading students to develop solutions on their own while analyzing their thought process. This allows the student and instructor to discover the student's misconceptions and for the student to correct them. I have found that this method is much more effective than traditional styles because when the student...

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

Caroline ...teaching. It was also exciting to travel and see the world. Since I've returned, I have been teaching and tutoring in the Austin area. While I have tutored a wide range of subjects including English, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies, French, Arabic and ESL, my favorite subject to teach is Math. I have loved math since I was a student myself and I really enjoy getting to share knowledge with my students and show them how...

Baylor University - BA, Language and Linguistics

Rakhi ...attended Barnard College of Columbia University in New York City and studied Applied Mathematics and Philosophy, while also pursuing pre-medical 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...

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

Bipul ...Therefore, when I tutor I build the framework from the ground up and depend a lot on visual aids (diagrams and charts) rather than formulas and numbers. I believe that there is no such thing as a dumb question and I address each question as many times as necessary . I also include a lot of examples and encourage the students to come up with their own example questions when I tutor.... My teaching philosophy is developing the concept from the ground up. I am very reluctant about making assumptions about the student's background because that discourages the student's participation (I have realized this from my first-hand experience as a student). I start from the very basic of principles (axioms) and tend to show the whole derivation of things if the student prefers or asks me to show it. There is no such thing as a stupid question. I welcome every question equally and address them as many times and in as many different ways as it takes to make the student understand it. I am a very visual person. Therefore, I draw a lot of pictures and use a lot of physical examples to show the application of concepts. Furthermore, I like the study sessions to be as interactive as possible. Therefore, I ask a lot of questions to the students to make sure that they are understanding things as we move along. I also ask the students to come up with their own questions so that we can go through them together because that breaks the mindset of limiting oneself to just the problems in the book. This, I believe, also helps to foster creativity and problem solving.

The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Physics, Mathematics

Frank ...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. My tutoring philosophy is to teach concepts, rather than focusing on memorization. Concepts are best grasped via a methodical, logical, and consistent approach to problem solving. As such, my favorite subjects to tutor are most math classes (elementary math, all algebra levels, geometry, trigonometry,...

University of Texas at Austin - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Texas A&M University - MS, Mechanical Engineering

Sanjiv ...graduated from Princeton University, with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Biology. While in high school, 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...

Princeton University - BS, Electrical Engineering

Minh I’ve travelled the world mentoring students in Japan, forging houses in India, founding soccer programs in Costa Rica, and graduating teen moms in Texas. Education has captured my attention the world over. I’m eager to keep my hand in the field with Varsity Tutors. My other passions find me out on the pitch, drenched at Barton Springs, or languid in a Netflix puppy pile. ... My role is to give the student the confidence to work, persist, and succeed. People fear what they don't know. I am in the business of eradicating fear.

Rutgers University-Newark - Bachelors, Business Management

Texas State University-San Marcos - Masters, Education

Ethan ...have been tutoring students in both high school and college in everything ranging from basic algebra to advanced calculus. As a student pursuing a degree in mathematics I am passionate about the study and enjoy sharing my passion and my knowledge with others. I am well equipped to help improve a student's understanding and ability in a variety of fields of math. I have flexible scheduling availability and can work around a variety of schedules.

Texas State University - Current Undergrad, Mathematics