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John A.
35/hour
5 (377)
3250+ Hours

Bryan, TX

STEM Aggie Tutor specializing in Logic tutoring (TAMU/Blinn)

35/hour

Howdy! My name is John and being an Aggie in the engineering department allowed me to cultivate my long-existing appreciation of tutoring and helping others. I have been tutoring since I was 13 years old, and what I have been able to achieve after... read more

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Matthew C.
30/hour
5 (3)
20+ Hours

College Station, TX

Graduate of Texas A&M specializing in TOEFL & ESL/ESOL

30/hour

I am a recent graduate of Texas A&M University with an International Studies degree. I have a passion for working with people, international students in particular. I spent three years at Texas A&M as an international student mentor with the International... read more

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Karina M.
40/hour
4 (3)
3+ Hours

College Station, TX

I'm a graduate student in plant breeding studying rice genetics!

40/hour

I am currently pursuing my master's in plant breeding with a special interest in rice. Over the last ten years I have had a variety of tutoring experiences ranging from private to large group settings. I have also worked as both a private tutor and for... read more

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Samuel M.
45/hour
5 (3)
47+ Hours

College Station, TX

I am an Aerospace Engineering student at Texas A&M

45/hour

I have always enjoyed learning and I would like to share that joy with my students. Schooling should be a path of discovery at an individual pace of each individual student. I first find where my students are at and help them along the way to a deeper... read more

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Tanner H.
45/hour
5 (40)
61+ Hours

College Station, TX

Tutoring for Middle/High school Math/Science. College Calc, Chem, Phys

45/hour

Hi! My name is Tanner H., and I am currently a junior at Texas A&M University with a 3.64 Grade Point Average. I work for the university as an Undergraduate Teaching Fellow for Calculus II, where I lead a recitation session for calculus students. I excel... read more

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I have debugged the Open Source IMAP Mail Server called "Cyrus" using the "RATS" (Rough Auditing Tool for Security). I have written XLLs for Excel. I have written Outlook Addins using C.
Steve B.
I have taught college Biology courses. As a Chiropractor I also taught Anatomy & Physiology course in Chiropractic colleges. My general Science background includes a Masters in Chemistry from UC Berekeley.
John S.
I hold a master's degree in Education -- Counseling, and extensive experience in communication arts and editing (bachelor's in English, and work in publishing, both in-house and freelance). I have worked with children in the past, developing academic and resiliency skills, including with the East Harlem Tutorial Program and Trail Blazer Camps in New York/New Jersey. I enjoy working one-on-one with kids and making learning playful, integrating different styles of learning (e.g., kinesthetic, auditory).
Elizabeth K.
I teach second grade which in ELA we focus a lot on phonic and phonemic awareness skills. I teach kids phonics using different workbooks and sheets. I go over letter sounds, vowels; long and short, blends, diagraphs. I have material on all different grade levels for students in phonics.
Valerie C.
I have a marketing minor from Lyndon State College. I have worked two years in Marketing for a financial institution. I have worked as a Marketing Consultant and Social Media Specialist for a start up company. I have helped with marketing at my current employer.
Emilie L.
Aloha - I am a former Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) on the world-renowned Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) program and greatly enjoy assisting both beginner- and intermediate-level students in their journey to master the elements of spoken Japanese. As a lifelong student of multiple languages and a recipient of Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) certification, I aim to convey both the linguistic and cultural nuances of spoken Japanese in simple and creative ways, according to each individual student's interests and learning style. Mahalo for your consideration, and I look forward to working with you!
Eric L.
I grew up studying the Bible and memorizing Scripture with my parents. I have also taken Bible courses in college, read theology works by C.S. Lewis, Charles Spurgeon, and John Piper, and I plan to attend seminary. Every summer for ten years, I attended a Creation Family Camp with Alpha Omega ministries, which presents scientific and Biblical proofs for the Genesis account of creation. In the past few years I have helped Alpha Omega by presenting on creation topics and editing manuscripts.
Nathan N.
I am a licensed K-12 French educator.
Kathleen B.
B. Sc. in Physics (Duke University, 2007)M. Phil. & M. Sc. in Physics (Yale University, 2010)Ph. D. in Physics (Yale University, 2013)
Richard W.
Worked at Georgia Southern University's writing center as a tutor for my final year prior to graduating.
Jessie F.

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I am currently registered to take Introduction to Algebra at my college. I have some difficulties with algebra and wanted to find a tutor who could help me understand the concepts of algebra and help me get the best grade possible in the course.
Claudia C.
I am a post baccalaureate student in need of a General Chemistry tutor for both the spring and summer semesters.
Rachel G.
I am seeking help in English
Rose Catherine S.
My daughter is a 10th grader in Pre-Calculus. The following is a listing of the information which they have covered: Precalc & trig, starting chapter on exponents, interpreting graphs thru their equations, asymptotes, imaginary numbers. She feels she doesn't have a strong understanding of the concepts for the material which has been covered. A review of the chapters she's covered since Sept. will be necessary.
Renee M.

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