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Nathan H.

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I am a go-getter and I expect nothing less from my students. In high school, I was Varsity Captain of the Knowledge Bowl team since my sophomore year, I was captain of an improv team for Destination Imagination for which we received the highest score of all teams from over forty countries, I taught my younger brother to skip a grade in math, I was an A+ tutor and qualified for two free years of community college.

In college, I served on the executive board for the university's chess club...

I am a go-getter and I expect nothing less from my students. In high school, I was Varsity Captain of the Knowledge Bowl team since my sophomore year, I was captain of an improv team for Destination Imagination for which we received the highest score of all teams from over forty countries, I taught my younger brother to skip a grade in math, I was an A+ tutor and qualified for two free years of community college.

In college, I served on the executive board for the university's chess club and I joined an engineering fraternity. For the fraternity I was elected as Philanthropy Chairman, Community Service Chairman, 2nd Vice President, 1st Vice President, and President. I have been in the top 1.8% in the world in chess although I'm usually within the top 5%. I want to be able to share all of what I've learned and together I know we can make the world a smarter and wiser place.

I have enough of a mathematics background to be an engineer from a university that rates higher than MIT in some regards. I taught my brother to skip a grade in math and I've been able to help countless others reach their goals as well.

The coolest thing about math is that it's not just a puzzle to solve, it's not just something you have to do to continue further down your path. It's a universal language. Numbers and patterns are tools we can use to describe the universe around us. It allows us to define harmony of the tides the motions of the planets. I can take anyone who is willing to learn, willing to put in the effort and, most importantly, willing to make mistakes and we can take you farther than you had ever imagined. Message me right now, and let's begin our journey together! If you don't take the time to send a message, you'll still be right where you are. Lesson 1: Significant progress requires decisive action.


Education

Missouri University of Science & Technology
Engineering Manageme

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Corporate Training

ESL/ESOL

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Elementary Math

In high school, I was: on the Drum Line, on the Debate Team, Varsity Captain of the Knowledge Bowl Team (since sophomore year), Vice President of Geek Club, on the Golf Team, President of the Foreign Ambassador's Board, Captain of an Improv Team for Destination Imagination (we scored highest in improv out of over 40 countries), and more. In addition to this, I took as many advanced courses as allowed and eventually attended the Missouri University of Science and Technology nearly as a sophomore (dual credits from high school and AP credits). There I studied Nuclear Engineering and later Engineering Management. While in attendance, I served on the Executive Board of the University's Chess Club, and joined an engineering fraternity (Triangle Fraternity) where I was elected as Philanthropy Chairman, Community Service Chairman, 2nd Vice President (Pledge Educator), 1st Vice President (Recruitment Chairman), and eventually President. On another side note, I can solve a Rubik's cube in less than 45 seconds (my all time record is 28 seconds).

English

English, ESL/ESOL, TOEFL

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I studied nuclear engineering and engineering management at the Missouri University of Science & Technology, including Algebra 1, became president of an engineering fraternity, and taught my brother to skip a grade in math.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

My first student was my younger brother and we were able to get him to skip a grade in mathematics. Since then, I've been able to help countless others reach their goals. Today, Algebra 2 and College Algebra are my most common subjects that I tutor. I attended the Missouri University of Science & Technology where I studied nuclear engineering (ask me about the school's reactor) and eventually Engineering Management. I was elected to many positions in an engineering fraternity including president. I have been in the top 2% of the world in chess. I know some of that is a little over the top or not directly related to Algebra 2, however I believe it shows the work ethic I intend to display when working with your son.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have enough of a formal mathematics background to be an engineer. I studied nuclear engineering and engineering management at the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Biology, English, ESL/ESOL, Geometry, Precalculus

Language

ESL/ESOL, TOEFL

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I studied nuclear engineering and engineering management at the Missouri University of Science & Technology, including Algebra 1, became president of an engineering fraternity, and taught my brother to skip a grade in math.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

My first student was my younger brother and we were able to get him to skip a grade in mathematics. Since then, I've been able to help countless others reach their goals. Today, Algebra 2 and College Algebra are my most common subjects that I tutor. I attended the Missouri University of Science & Technology where I studied nuclear engineering (ask me about the school's reactor) and eventually Engineering Management. I was elected to many positions in an engineering fraternity including president. I have been in the top 2% of the world in chess. I know some of that is a little over the top or not directly related to Algebra 2, however I believe it shows the work ethic I intend to display when working with your son.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have enough of a formal mathematics background to be an engineer. I studied nuclear engineering and engineering management at the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Geometry, Precalculus, Probability, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I studied nuclear engineering and engineering management at the Missouri University of Science & Technology, including Algebra 1, became president of an engineering fraternity, and taught my brother to skip a grade in math.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

My first student was my younger brother and we were able to get him to skip a grade in mathematics. Since then, I've been able to help countless others reach their goals. Today, Algebra 2 and College Algebra are my most common subjects that I tutor. I attended the Missouri University of Science & Technology where I studied nuclear engineering (ask me about the school's reactor) and eventually Engineering Management. I was elected to many positions in an engineering fraternity including president. I have been in the top 2% of the world in chess. I know some of that is a little over the top or not directly related to Algebra 2, however I believe it shows the work ethic I intend to display when working with your son.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have enough of a formal mathematics background to be an engineer. I studied nuclear engineering and engineering management at the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Biology, English, ESL/ESOL, Geometry, Precalculus

Other

ESL/ESOL

Science

Biology

Sports/Recreation

Chess

Chess

With nearly a decade of expertise, I have been able to consistently remain in top 6% of the world in online chess and occasionally the top 2%. While chess is a mostly solved game, you're not ever going to be facing a perfect human opponent. You'll learn to minimize your mistakes and capitalize on your opponent's. Imagine traveling through millennia seeing brilliant minds at work since the dawn of chess to the computer age we live in today. Chess is not a game, but an extremely difficult calculation. It is an endeavor that will require the development of memorized moves, killer instinct, and the ability to unleash your untapped creative potential. Let's begin.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I studied nuclear engineering and engineering management at the Missouri University of Science & Technology, including Algebra 1, became president of an engineering fraternity, and taught my brother to skip a grade in math.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

My first student was my younger brother and we were able to get him to skip a grade in mathematics. Since then, I've been able to help countless others reach their goals. Today, Algebra 2 and College Algebra are my most common subjects that I tutor. I attended the Missouri University of Science & Technology where I studied nuclear engineering (ask me about the school's reactor) and eventually Engineering Management. I was elected to many positions in an engineering fraternity including president. I have been in the top 2% of the world in chess. I know some of that is a little over the top or not directly related to Algebra 2, however I believe it shows the work ethic I intend to display when working with your son.
Biology, ESL/ESOL, Geometry

Test Preparation

TOEFL

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Nathan has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering 4 questions submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

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Very knowledgeable.

Nathan helped my daughter to prepare for her math placement exam for entering into an engineering major at University of Colorado, Ft. Collins. Thank you.

Kimberly, 17 lessons with Nathan
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Nathan H.

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