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University of South Florida (Mech Engineering)
I am currently a Senior at USF and my major is Mech Engineering. I do not have too much experience in tutoring. The little bit that I do have I acquired by tutoring my friend in College Algebra, and tutoring a few other friends in other courses I have taken. I absolutely love that we can effectively describe our world in numbers and I would love to impart that into the next generation of students.
The style in which I teach is very hands on, I do not believe in giving answers away or doing the work for you. Math is meant to be practiced and learned, not memorized! This method has made my students very successful! One student consistently score far above the average on every test and received one of the only A's in his class! So just prepare for some work! It will be a blast!
My degree is incredibly math oriented and the one thing you learn how to do most is learn. This path of study has made me particularly proficient within the language of math. I am currently qualified to help you with Algebra 1&2, Geometry, Prealgebra, and Trigonometry. Hopefully I will be able to help you see math through a whole new lens that makes it easy to understand and fun to do.
Please feel free to message me! Being in college I am pretty flexible! Due to school and church weekday mornings and Sundays are difficult to work through but I will absolutely do my best to arrange whatever I can to ensure your success!
Also I would prefer to meet at a coffee shop like Starbucks or other local shops. I am currently a Senior at USF and my major is Mech Engineering. I do not have too much experience in tutoring. The little bit that I do have I acquired by tutoring my friend in College Algebra, and tutoring a few other friends in other courses I have taken. I absolutely
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