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Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology) (Mechanical Engineeri)
Massachussetts Institute of Technology (Enrolled)
Hello! I would love to be your tutor specializing in STEM disciplines! I have a bachelor's degree from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and will begin a Masters in Mechanical Engineering at MIT this fall! At Georgia Tech, I was a Shell tutor specializing in explaining and helping students out in Engineering Dynamics! I have long been inclined towards tutoring and find teaching pleasurable and fun!
While tutoring, I really enjoy knowing that I was able to help someone advance their foundation and understanding in a subject! And playing a part in helping someone learn is very rewarding!
I have taken the following courses: Elementary Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Linear Algebra, and Pre-Calculus.
Feel extremely welcome to contact me, and together we can work towards developing a solid foundation in the subject you want to tackle! I am flexible with subjects! Just ask! Hello! I would love to be your tutor specializing in STEM disciplines! I have a bachelor's degree from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and will begin a Masters in Mechanical Engineering at MIT this fall! At Georgia Tech, I was a Shell tutor
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