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Colorado University (Mechanical Engineering)
My name is Wesley and I am currently pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering though the Colorado Mesa/ CU Boulder partnership program (living in Grand Junction). I have received excellent grades in math, physics, and other engineering courses. I am preparing to enter my junior year of the program and would love the opportunity to pass on the knowledge I have gained.
I currently have a 3.6 gpa and will be able to tutor through calculus 3 now and differential equations after May. In addition to that, I can assist with lower/upper level physics and general science questions.
I would be very enthusiastic about working with almost anyone and hope that I can help get more people interested in Engineering and Mathematics.
Understanding the engineering concepts that apply to mathematics, I have a great ability to relate math that "We will never use" to a case where it would be very useful. This helps motivate students when they know that they are not putting in time and work into something that will not benefit them later in life.
I am available most evenings and would be more than willing to tutor on the weekends if that meets your schedule better. Hello,
My name is Wesley and I am currently pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering though the Colorado Mesa/ CU Boulder partnership program (living in Grand Junction). I have received excellent grades in … Read more
He really know his stuff and is patient would definitely recommend him to anyone needs help with math. I have been struggling with a unit in Pre Calculus and I really understand the stuff that I was struggling with thanks to Wesley.
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