$60/hour

5.0
average from
110
ratings

“**GREAT teacher, very patient and determined**”

I graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, and then went on to matriculate with the Class of 2014 at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. As a proud new father, I have currently taken a temporary leave from my last year of medical studies to tend to my new responsibilities.

*I am happy to travel to students. However, in lessons for which I have to drive over 40 minutes in total (from western Homewood), I will have to bill for my time.*

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I genuinely loved having Jonathan as my ACT tutor. My test taking skills, confidence, and definitely my algebra skills improved dramatically in just a month. He is also very relatable and clearly cares about the success of his students. Highly recommend.

My 16 year old is being guided by Jonathan and has reported nothing but positive and effective work. We have expanded our lessons to include ACT prep and are expecting great results.

Jonathan was great at breaking down the basics of statistics to help me gain a better understanding that was useful in completing more complex problems.

This tutor was perfect for what was needed to work on PSAT math prep, understands the material and is able to explain thoroughly.

He was able to help me in a bit of my work due to the fact it was so much! But the work we did together, he knew and taught excellent!

Jonathan helped me prepare for final exams in Physics and Cal III. He was very knowledgeable in both subjects and did a really good job of explaining things to me. He was also very personable. I would highly recommend him.

Jonathan is helping my daughter prepare for the ACT. She says he is helping her a lot. She has both Dyslexia and ADHD, and he has been able to teach her in an effective way and has been able to help her with math and science problems that she has had trouble understanding. She's only had a few sessions with him, but we are scheduling more and are optimistic about her ACT test next week.

Jonathan has really helped my daughter with understanding the chemistry concepts and expanding on the book and video material presented by her teacher. In nine weeks, her grade has risen a full 10 points. We are super happy!

He helped me further understand markov chains and helped me with problems I did not understand...I made an A on my test! I know it's because of his help! I will use him again as I need someone and I would highly recommend him! Very smart with math!

chemistry college , chemistry 2, great tutor , recommended highly, a lot of knowledge, personal, help me accomplish my goal.

Jonathan has done an excellent job tutoring Java with our son Charlie. Charlie really likes working with Jonathan. His supportive tutoring style is very effective and Charlie is doing much better than we thought. I highly recommend Jonathan!

Math:

ACT Math,
Science:

ACT Science,
English:

ACT English,
Test Preparation:

ACT English,
Computer:

AutoCAD,
History:

Special Needs:

Dyslexia, Phonics, Special Needs
Elementary Education:

Elementary (K-6th),
Elementary Math,
Business:

Sports/Recreation:

Cooking, Martial Arts
Approved subjects are in **bold**.

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I received a score of 35 on the ACT overall, including a 35 on the English section, and have experience teaching at a collegiate level. I have experience professionally and personally preparing students for standardized tests. Though the ACT Plus Writing was not offered back then, I did score 760 (max 800) on the SAT II - Writing, which is similar; finally, I have a passion for writing in my personal life.

I received a 35 overall (max 36) on the ACT, including a 36 on the Mathematics portion, as well as an 800 (max 800) on the SAT II - Mathematics. In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student. Finally, I have experience professionally and personally preparing students for standardized tests.

I received a score of 35 on the ACT overall, including a 35 on the Reading section, and have experience teaching at a collegiate level. Though the ACT Plus Writing was not offered back then, I did score 760 (max 800) on the SAT II - Writing, which is similar; finally, I have a passion for writing in my personal life.

I received a 35 overall (36 maximum) on the ACT, including a 35 on the ACT - Science. I have experience professionally and personally preparing students for standardized tests, taught collegiate physics at Georgia Tech for three years, and have tutored clients and colleagues in chemistry and biology. I practiced as an electrical engineer prior to beginning med school, and currently have several Science clients, making the material and thought processes fresh on my mind.

In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student.

In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student.

While practicing as an engineer, I utilized AutoCAD to draft numerous circuit diagrams, wiring diagrams, P&IDs, etc. While I am no subject matter expert on isometric drafting techniques or the 3D application, I do have some experience with those. I also actively use it to guide the design phase of my woodworking projects, and have instructed several clients and associates in its use.

I have a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and practiced as an engineer, designing and programming control systems, prior to entering medical school. Throughout my training and practice, and through personal hobbies, I have made extensive use of C++ in order to accomplish myriad programming tasks. I take a logical and broad-based perspective on programming, to allow students to fully grasp the modular nature of such object-oriented languages as C++.

I have an extensive Chemistry background, from AP Chemistry in high school through General, Inorganic and Organic, and Biochem in undergrad and as a post baccalaureate, and the advanced Biochem of medical school at UAB. I tutor clients ranging from high school up through MCAT preparation, and have years of experience instructing students in varied levels of education. I have an effective and flexible teaching style, which allows me to adapt to the myriad learning styles of a diverse range of learners. Finally, I have a side business manufacturing bath products, which requires me to maintain a facility with practical chemistry and laboratory work.

I have a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and practiced as an engineer, designing and programming control systems, prior to entering medical school. Throughout my training, and through personal hobbies, I developed proficiency and gained experience with myriad programming languages and environments, including, but not limited to: C, C++, Java, Javascript, Basic, Visual Basic, HTML, MySQL, ASP, VRML, MATLAB, SPICE, various assembly languages, hex editors, and numerous operating systems, including Red Hat Linux, Windows, MS-DOS, OSX, and proprietary command line-based systems. I take a logical and broad-based perspective on programming, to allow students to fully grasp the modular and total construction and function of the creation.

I had completed Differential Equations before finishing high school; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech. As an electrical engineering student, I frequently would need to apply Diff eq in order to solve real-world problems. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student.

I have a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I practiced as an engineer, designing control systems for Southern Company, the largest energy conglomerate in the Southeast, prior to matriculation to medical school. I continue to keep my skills sharp with personal design projects and hobbies that optimize my circuit design, specs-based optimization, and programming skills.

I have served as a de facto tutor for my young nephews, now aged twelve and nine, throughout their lives, the eldest of whom suffers from both Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD. In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student.

In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student.

I have extensive experience in computer programming through my time as an electrical and computer engineer and personal interests; I would argue that nothing teaches one to think logically better than having to explain things to a computer. My skill with logic placed me consistently at the top of my class in Discrete Math and OOP, exposures which further developed my abilities. Finally, I have years of experience teaching difficult subject matter with an interactive and Socratic method, which is effective under any circumstances, but essential for teaching something like logic, which demands a whole new way of thinking from the student.

I taught Physics II at Georgia Tech for three years, during which time my students consistently scored among the highest in the class. I received a score of 5 myself on the AP Physics exam in high school, and currently tutor several clients in the subject, in classes ranging from high school through collegiate levels, with and without calculus. I have a Socratic and flexible teaching method that allows students to achieve a true mastery of the material, and a solid track record for improving and maintaining both ability and performance.

I have served as a de facto tutor for my young nephews, now aged twelve and nine, throughout their lives, the eldest of whom suffers from both Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD. In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student.

I received a 1540 overall (max 1600) on the SAT, including a 790 on the Mathematics portion, as well as an 800 (max 800) on the SAT II - Mathematics. In high school, I placed first in a number of Math Team competitions and completed Calculus III, Statistics, and Differential Equations; I then expanded upon my mathematical knowledge at Georgia Tech with myriad math-based engineering courses, Linear Algebra, and Random Signals. I practiced professionally as an electrical engineer prior to medical school, and currently teach math ranging from Elementary Math through Differential Equations and Discrete Math. I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student. Finally, I have experience professionally and personally preparing students for standardized tests.

I received a score of 1540 on the SAT overall (max 1600), including a 750 on the Verbal section (max 800), and scored 760 (max 800) on the SAT II - Writing, an essay-based exam. I have taught at a collegiate level for years. I have experience professionally and personally preparing students for standardized tests. Finally, I have a passion for writing in my personal life, which comes through in my work as I endeavor to make the subject interesting and accessible to students of all learning styles.

I received a score of 1540 on the SAT overall (max 1600), including a 750 on the Verbal section (max 800), and scored 760 (max 800) on the SAT II - Writing, an essay-based exam. I have taught at a collegiate level for years. I have experience professionally and personally preparing students for standardized tests. Finally, I have a passion for writing in my personal life, which comes through in my work as I endeavor to make the subject interesting and accessible to students of all learning styles.

I have a passion for linguistics and years of experience with Spanish in particular, including conversational, literary, and medical Spanish. I worked at Cooper Green Mercy Hospital as a medical interpreter and translator for over a year, and as a medical student I interact with Spanish-speaking patients on a daily basis. I have taught myriad subjects to students with varied learning styles, so whether you want to learn for a class, a job, or just your own personal growth, I can formulate a plan to help you accomplish your goal.

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