Most of my students see at least a letter grade improvement in a semester
MAA 5104 Advanced Calculus for Engineers and Physical Scientists I, ACT (American College Testing), GRE (Graduate Record Examinations), CHM 1025 Intro To Chemistry
Hi, everyone! I'm a double math and physics major at University of Florida, the co-outreach coordinator of the UF Society of Physics Students, and a passionate informal science educator. My past experience includes 5 and a half years of privately tutoring middle school, high school, and college level math, science and writing. I've also worked in the University of Central Florida & Eastern Florida State College tutoring labs, TAed two classes in the UF physics department, worked independently as a mentor to students interested in science, and participated in many outreach and science education events.
MAA 5104 Advanced Calculus for Engineers and Physical Scientists I, MAC 1105 Basic College Algebra, MAC 1114 Trigonometry, MAC 1140 Precalculus Algebra
-UF Theoretical Physics Graduate student -From California -did my undergrad in Austria -Speak English and German -started tutoring 6 years ago -my motto: no subject is too difficult if only explained in the right way
MAA 5104 Advanced Calculus for Engineers and Physical Scientists I, EML 5104 Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics, MAC 1105 Basic College Algebra, MAC 1140 Precalculus Algebra