# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Sandy Springs, GA

Tony ...taught by a peer with a thorough understanding of the subject at hand. I prefer to guide the student through the learning experience by teaching them the concepts behind each problem. Problem solving can be approached from many directions and I respect how each person approaches and solves a problem. I am looking forward to working closely with parents and students to develop a lesson plan catered to each student to help them do better...

Emory University - BS, Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology

Beverly ...subjects and gain confidence is what makes me like to tutor. I have also been a volunteer mentor/tutor here in Atlanta since I graduated college and look forward to helping more students. When I tutor, I am careful not to do the work for the student, I help fix problem areas and guide the student to the right answer. Learning can be difficult but I want to take the frustration out of learning.

Baylor University - BS, Chemisty

State Certified Teacher

Alex I'm the type of tutor that wants to make sure that my students are not only able to understand the material but engage with it in a way that they can apply it and formulate opinions based on it so it resonates with them for more than just an academic purpose

CUNY-Queens College - Bachelors, History

University of Miami - Masters, Marketing and Management Science

aliyi ...born in Ethiopia and moved to the USA in 2000. I lived in Kenya for 2 years and Dominica, West Indies for 1 1/2 years. I just finished medical school and am currently interviewing for residency. I have been tutoring and TAing since college. I enjoy tutoring math and science and helping those who need help. In my free time I enjoy running, playing soccer, biking and getting together with my friends.

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Ross University School Of Medicine - MD, Medicine

Neil ...chemistry and physics classes by a prestigious test preparation company. I absolutely love teaching mathematics, chemistry and physics. But unfortunately, these are subjects that a lot of students have real difficulty in. I've discovered that I have a knack for explaining difficult mathematical/physical science concepts, so that virtually anyone can understand the material at hand. Real world examples in conjunction with visual aides seem to make my students' understanding soar. When I'm not teaching, I...

Jonathan ...at Georgia State University studying Actuarial Science and Mathematical Risk Management in the Robinson College of Business. I have been private tutoring high school and college students in mathematics since 2007. I have also tutored post-college students in GRE preparation and in preparation for teaching Calculus 3. While continuing my studies I have had the opportunity to serve as a proof reader for the term papers and statements of purpose of other students. I also...

Covenant College - BA, Philosophy

UT Chattanooga - MS, Mathematics

David ...help further educate the American youth in the sciences and mathematics. Since 1996, I have served the Atlanta metropolitan area (i.e., mostly in Clayton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, and South Fulton) as a tutor in the general school subject of mathematics. Moreover, I have extensive knowledge in a broad/wide range of mathematical subjects that include the following: (1) Elementary and Middle School Math/Arithmetic (2) Pre-Algebra and Algebra, (3) Geometry, (4) Trigonometry, (5) Pre-Calculus/Introductory Calculus, and (6) Statistics....

Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - BS, Petroleum Engineering

Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - MS, PhD, Petroleum Engineering

Yaroslav ...My strength in tutoring is breaking a problem down piece by piece to the core fundamental concepts and later reassembling the chain of ideas to the student making sure he or she understands every link along the way and exactly what role it plays in the bigger picture. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, learning new things, exercising, and when the weather is nice taking my motorcycle out for a...

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Ariel Hello, my name is Ariel and I am a graduate from Georgia State University where I received my Bachelors of Science in Mathematics, concentration in Statistics. I have an outgoing personality and can explain hard problems in simple terms to will help my student retain the information easily. My hobbies include working on puzzles, playing Sudoku and board games.

Georgia State University - BS, Mathematics

Anna ...are the building blocks that will help students understand more complex concepts and to think critically. Algebra and Calculus are where we first begin to see how math can help us in solving real life problems, such as calculating a car's speed or the percentage of error of a given measurement. Personality is an important part of teaching. I can't tell you how many classes that I had to “suffer” through because the teacher didn't...

Georgia Southern University - BS, Mathematics

Georgia Southern University - MS, Mathematics