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Ever since I was a little girl, I've loved education--and the opportunities it affords me in my life. From the privilege of working with a diverse group of people, I have grown to believe that educators must learn how to teach their students as students are. Consequently, my tutoring and teaching style is based upon the individuals I work with. We all see and interact with the world differently, and it is upon these foundations that I seek to build new understandings.
Throughout my educational experience, I remain as a top student in my classes--having completed my Associate's degree in Accounting with a 4.0 Cumulative GPA and maintaining my 4.0 into my present Bachelor's program: Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management. My passion for knowledge, and my commitment to education, has encouraged me to share my understanding with others to help them reach their goals and to show them that anything is possible if you put your mind toward it.
I believe that the will to take personal initiative and the commitment to hard work is all that is necessary for a person to learn--all that must be realized is the perspective from which problems are approached.
Mathematics has always been a passion of mine--from basic math to Calculus II. However, I am also fond of English Grammar and Mechanics, with a profound appreciation for well-written English. Advanced Placement History, Science, and Mathematics are included in my High School education, and school is what I know best. Critical Thinking and Philosophy are also areas in which I excel, and include important concepts essential to achieving common ground and attaining success.
I am compassionate and patient. Given the opportunity, I will put my heart and soul into ensuring your success because if you are not successful, how can I be?
My Associate's degree is in Accounting, of which I earned a 4.0 GPA. I also helped tutor classmates throughout my program.
As a full-time mathematics tutor (often Algebra), I am prepared to tutor elementary to college-level mathematics. My Associate's degree is in Accounting, and I completed Calculus I and II in high school with A+ on both exams. Statistics is another area I am quite familiar with.
Having taken multiple mathematics courses throughout my educational career, Algebra has always remained as a deep passion of mine. Whether related to my Accounting as a student, business owner, and tutor or within Statistics, Calculus, Economics, etc., Algebra remains as the fundamental understanding necessary for application.
Given my experience and understanding, my appreciation for Algebra and helping others understand it's fundamental principles, is very important to me--as I know what a profound influence it has in many areas of life.
Having taken multiple mathematics courses throughout my educational career, Algebra remains as a deep passion of mine. Whether related to my Accounting as a student, business owner, and tutor or within Statistics, Calculus, Economics, etc., Algebra remains as the fundamental understanding necessary for application.
Given my experience with mathematics, my appreciation for Algebra and helping others understand fundamental principles, is very important to me--as I know what a profound influence it has in many areas of life.
As a University student, I've taken multiple history courses--including government and politics as a Political Science major my first year of college.
Regarding American History, I received an A+ GPA in a course focusing specifically on the social, economic, and political history of the United States. During high school, I was also in US AP History--so I am familiar with the depths of material covered, associated exams, requirements, and standards. Furthermore, I've tutored high school history in the past, and am more than confident with such material.
As a student myself, I have studied multiple Science courses. Within these courses, we have focused on essential aspects surrounding the horizon coordinate system, the origins of the universe, astronomical positioning (i.e., addresses), and other astronomical events. Furthermore, as a tutor, I have also spent time tutoring students in Astronomy successfully.
I took the ASVAB in high school, and scored a 95 (from my recollection). My mother had to tell the military, on multiple occasions, to stop calling the house. Then, about three years ago, I was interested in the AirForce, and decided to take the ASVAB again. The second time around, I scored a 96.
Throughout high school, I took courses, ranging from AP American History to Physics, Calculus, and Chemistry. Being that I also took Technology, my proficiency with electronics and associated concepts has proven invaluable during the ASVAB. I have tutored for over 10 years, and am confident that my experience in school, and with the ASVAB, will help another pass this test.
As a Bachelor's student pursuing a degree in Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management, science classes remain as part of my curriculum--and personal interest.
In the area of Biology, I took Biology and AP Biology in high school as a top student in my class, and continue tutoring others in the sciences--from 8th grade to introductory college courses. With a Regents Diploma, I've demonstrated my knowledge of this material and beyond.
I am a small business owner and a 4.0 student pursuing a bachelor's degree in business school, with 8 courses remaining. Since I was 12 years old, I have been involved with (and eventually responsible for) the management and coordination of family businesses, including a blacktopping company, restaurants, and daycare centers. From both personal and educational experience, I've been involved in ensuring the adherence of legal requirements, while promoting operational success. From behavioral knowledge, to vocabulary and conceptual understanding, most of my experience is business-related.
Mathematics is a love of mine, so I spend most of my time immersed in such material. Regarding Calculus, I took both Calculus I and Calculus II in high school--receiving a 98 and a 99 on my final exams, respectively.
As a tutor, I spend much of my time working with PreCalculus and Statistics which furthers my application and understanding of Calculus--especially given that Statistics is often concerned with areas under curves as Calculus demands.
As a student, I have completed Chemistry courses in the past. I am familiar with elements, compounds, mixtures, and more--as these building blocks are essential to understanding chemistry. Furthermore, I've worked with bonds and ionization processes, along with being experienced in balancing chemical equations--amongst other things. As a tutor, I've helped several Chemistry students improve their knowledge of associated material.
As a Bachelor's student pursuing a business degree in Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management, I have spent much time in Environmental Science classes--which often focus upon Ecology. Given my educational experience, including AP Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, I'm more than confident with subjects pertaining to Science--especially the environment. My personal interest and dedication to sustainability, efficiency, and effectiveness encourages my continuous research and exploration regarding ecological theories and concepts--both in understanding and application.
With an Associate's Degree in Accounting, I've spent much time focused on the economic perspective of such applications. Furthermore, as student completing my Bachelor's program, I've spent much time discussing, researching, writing, and evaluating economic theory and influences.
As an university student, my GPA in Economics remains at 4.0. Furthermore, I've successfully tutored several students in preparation for their economic exams. As a business owner, I remain aware and involved with researching and analyzing economic theory and processes.
I've tutored children from the age of 6 up to adults aged 35. As the eldest of three, I've spent time helping my siblings through their classes--from K to college. As a student, I always helped others in my classes, which started in elementary. Elementary education is an area I remain confident in tutoring.
As a tutor, I've spent most of my life tutoring mathematics. From basic math to Calculus and Economics, I'm confident with this material. Holding an Associate's degree in Accounting with a 4.0 GPA, my experience emphasizes a passion for mathematics. As a tutor, I've tutored ages ranging from 6-46, and course levels from Elementary to University.
As a Bachelor's student pursuing a degree in Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management, I spend time within Environmental Science courses--and material for research papers. As a passion of mine, I remain interested in the Science that governs reality.
As a student in high school, I graduated with a Regents diploma--expressing my proficiency with Elementary and High School Science. My educational history includes Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics and I continue tutoring students in Science courses--both for STAAR and University level exams.
Much of my tutoring experience focuses on high school level Mathematics, English, Science, History, etc. Furthermore, I've tutored students in preparation for their GED tests in the past. As I've also spent much time tutoring the ASVAB and the SAT, I am confident in my abilities to tutor students for their GED exam as much of this material is high school oriented.
Holding a Regents diploma, I've taken many Science courses that support my understanding of Geology. Furthermore, my Bachelor program concentrates on Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management--which always contains an environmental focus. Furthermore, I've successfully tutored students in Geology in the past.
I've spent the majority of my life as a Mathematics tutor. From Arithmetic to Calculus II and Statistics, I'm familiar with this material. Geometry is another branch in which I've spent much time preparing students. Be it junior high or high school level, I'm confident in my abilities to tutor geometry. I've also passed the qualification test for this subject.
I've spent much time preparing students for their GREs. Especially focused on the Quantitative Reasoning sections, my experience within Mathematics only further supports my familiarity with this material. As I spend much time working with both high school and college students in preparation of their exams, I'm more than familiar with the content contained within the GRE.
Having created and hosted my own websites, I'm quite confident in the use of HTML. The logic in coding and the personal time I've spent working with it is quite supportive to my understanding. My understanding has also been demonstrated by my success in passing the qualification test; however, my ability to publish my own websites from scratch using a simple text editor is the number one reason why I am qualified in this subject.
As a Philosophy minor at St. Edward's University, I spent much time working with philosophical logic, argumentation, and scientific discovery (e.g. the Socratic Method). Furthermore, with the University of Phoenix, I've spent much time in Critical Thinking courses, Communications, Research and Evaluation, amongst others. Appropriately, these courses address logical fallacies and logical constructs to effective argumention. Finally, as a mathematics tutor, I've spent much time working with tautologies and other logical arguments. Working with contrapostivies, converses, and inverses also remains as an area of understanding.
As a tutor, I've spent much of my time preparing students for mathematics and science exams--including TAKS, STAAR, and Regents. As a student, I also graduated with a Regents diploma for my experience and performance in both Science and Mathematics. Having graduated in the top of my class, I'm more than confident in my ability to prepare other students for successful completion of this material.
As a full-time student and tutor, I'm quite familiar with studying and associated strategies. Given my academic performance (e.g 4.0 GPA), I've demonstrated the effectiveness of these strategies. As an educator and student, studying is an area of my experience and one I remain confident within. Despite the content I tutor, my emphasis is always on how (and what) to study--coupled with test-taking skills. Studying enables test success.
As the eldest of three siblings, I taught my sister how to swim--and spent many hours helping my brother improve his stroke and his speed. For every summer I can remember, I spent it down at the campgrounds my grandparents used to own--swimming. Furthermore, I was on the junior varsity swim team in high school, and plan on obtaining my CPR certification. I've also taken first aid workshops as a student in high school and as a junior girl scout.
Spending much of my time with mathematics, I've tutored numerous students in preparation for their TAKS Math exams. Given my experience with high school testing, I'm familiar with the necessary standards and requirements. Having spent much time tutoring algebra, SAT preparation, precalculus, and numerous other courses, I'm confident in preparing students for state tests.
I tutor both mathematics and science between the 7-12 grade levels, which includes the content tested on the TEAS. As a full-time Algebra tutor, holding an Associate's degree in Accounting, the principles contained within the math section are my area of expertise and passion.
For the Science section, I successfully completed AP Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Furthermore, my Bachelor's degree concentrates on Green and Sustainable Enterprise Management (which includes Science courses). Having prepared students for the ASVAB (which also includes electrical, physical, and other scientific knowledge), I am familiar with numerous scientific branches (e.g. biology, physics, chemistry, etc.).
Regarding Reading and English, I am certified to tutor the SATs (which include English and Writing) and am a student myself. As a 4.0 student, I've demonstrated my understanding of writing conventions and standards, and have tutored other students regarding these guidelines. As the eldest of three children, I've spent much time tutoring others to improve both comprehension and effective applications.
Having taught myself both HTML and CSS, I am proficient at creating websites. Furthermore, I have not only created websites, but I have also established databases using MySQL and through use of PHP. Appropriately, this includes knowledge of form building and ensuring fluid website navigation. Although self taught, I have created websites in less than three days, hosted and available online by day three, free of charge.
Patient, — First, I have to say Brandy is an excellent tutor and definitely has her head well planted on her shoulders. It's very easy to see that she tutors with true passion instead of as an obligation. She's extremely resourceful and finds different ways to better tutor my son on an ongoing bases. She immediately broke down the tutor student barrier, as my son was completely captivated wanting to underst ...
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