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University of Houston (Math and Engineering)
I enjoy helping others and I LOVE math and physics. I want to help you understand material & get the grades you never thought you would!
I offer great explanations and am very patient. I have over 6 years of experience at universities, community colleges, and in-person tutoring. I graduated a B.S. in Mathematics and a heavy emphasis in engineering, and have a second B.S. in Business Management. I am currently working on a M.S. in Mathematics and work as a Research Analyst. I am very trustworthy, professional, and patient.
I prefer to meet in public places, especially if under the age of 18. Parent or guardian preferred but ok without so long as we are in public. I have a clean record with no criminal activity and proudly serve this nation.
I have worked at University of Houston (UH) - Main as a workshop facilitator for Physics 1, Physics 2 and Calculus 3; at San Jacinto College (SJC) - South as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for Physics 1 & 2 (Algebra-based and Calculus-based); and at Houston Community College in the tutoring center for ALL Math & Physics. My job is to take difficult concepts in these subjects and make them clear and easy to understand.
I have a great way of making concepts clear and have received a LOT of praise over the years.
I look forward to working with you! I enjoy helping others and I LOVE math and physics. I want to help you understand material & get the grades you never thought you would!
I offer great explanations and am very patient. I have over 6 years of experience at… Read more
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Algebra 1 is a fundamental subject that I have encountered a lot tutoring over the years. I have been able to explain these concepts in multiple ways to ensure the students understand the material. I am very patient when it comes to tutoring and really enjoy helping students understand the material from Algebra 1.
Algebra 2 is one of the subjects I have encountered the most tutoring over the years. I have been able to explain it in multiple ways to many different students. Algebra is a fundamental subject, and I really enjoy helping students understand the concepts.
I have a strong background in Calculus due to the extensive use in my Engineering undergraduate and a lot when teaching Physics. As part of my Mathematics degree I took two additional courses that went into the concepts behind calculus and proving each of the theorems. This has given me a strong understanding of the material and allowed me to explain each of the concepts to students in multiple ways.
Calculus is a common subject I have encountered while working in tutoring centers and tutoring privately over the years. I really enjoy Calculus and would be glad to help you better understand the material!
One of my undergraduate degrees was in mathematics where I had taken Differential Equation and Advanced Differential Equations. I worked in a tutoring center throughout college and this was a common subject I would help in. Additionally, I have heavy use of Differential Equations in both Engineering and Physics applications; whether that be in deriving equations or application in problem solving.
In both Mathematics and Engineering, Linear Algebra is greatly used\emphasized. I was fortunate enough to take Advanced Linear Algebra I & II during my undergraduate career. Linear Algebra has become a common reference in my graduate degree progression, which has solidified my understanding of the material. I graduated from University of Houston with a B.S. in Mathematics and a heavy emphasis in engineering.
Physics is my strongest subject. I worked at San Jacinto Community College in Houston, Texas as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for over 5 years in Physics 1 and 2. I also worked as a Workshop Facilitator for Physics 1 at University of Houston for 4 years. I have received high ratings from my students (Avg. Rating 4.9/5) with comments such as "Daniel knows his stuff!" and "Daniel makes physics less miserable!"
I really enjoy physics and am capable of explaining concepts in multiple ways to ensure you understand the material. I would be glad to help you succeed in physics!
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