12-01-13 My current focus is on economic stability of parents and children in college by minimizing extra classes and repeating classes for graduation. I am in the process of developing curriculum that is part of STEAM, STEM, and METS.
The average college student spends more than five years in school and between 120% to 300% of the theoretical college costs. Tutoring can save between $100,000 to $300,000 dollars per student.
I urge parents to prepare their students in high school prior to college. This will also improve their chances for scholarships.
Several engineering disasters are being caused by the lack of discipline in science, mathematics, and engineering. For example, today's NYC train wreck.
7-01-13 My primary emphasis is in tutoring college students who are failing science, mathematics, and engineering classes.
My secondary emphasis is to help high school who would like to obtain scholarships and minimize financial hardships for their families.
I have now tutoring more than 1,000 hours with WyzAnt and have enjoyed the simplicity of their system. During the past four years I have been able to have my students obtain more than 4.5 Million dollars worth of scholarships.
I am an expert science and mathematics tutor, with a passion for teaching history of culture. My tutoring expertise is in all fundamental university subjects such as college mathematics, physics, biology, and chemistry. I have taught more than 40,000 students (primarily high school and college) from a diverse array of university and high schools. In many cases scholarship applications coincide
with my tutoring sessions.
My current focus is specifically on tutoring advanced chemistry and calculus with an emphasis on university and advanced high school placement courses in mathematics and science.
Scholarship Totals: is greater than $2,000,000 and growing. My goal is to have my students obtain more than $20,000,000 in scholarships by 2016.
If you are failing a class at the university, college, or trade school, I can help stabilize your grades to maintain scholarship or financial aid eligibility.
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