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I am a current Georgia Tech Mechanical Engineering student, set to graduate in 2017. I am currently 19 years old, and proficient in Calculus 1, 2, Read more

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My son is an advanced 13 year old math student who is preparing for the SAT as well as for math competitions. Goddy is a fantastic fit not only because of his deep understanding of math concepts and excellent teaching skills but also because he is an independent, hard working young man who has achieved outstanding academic success on his own. In addition to helping young middle schoolers and high schoolers excel on their tests and achieve better grades, Goddy can also advise younger students on making the right decisions to remain on track to succeed in life. Goddy also has a strong passion for software development and can provide tutoring in those areas as well.

Goddy was very helpful and patient. When I began to study independently, I understood the material much better. My confidence level is increasing.

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I took the ACT twice before graduation, once as a freshman in high school, and once as a sophomore. The second time, I earned a score of 32 out of 36 on the English section. I then went on to take two college level English classes during my Junior year of high school, receiving A+ grades in both courses.

During my freshman and sophomore years of high school, I took the ACT to qualify for the dual-enrollment problem at Georgia State University. On the ACT Math section, I received a 29 the first time taking it, and a 30 the second time, with a Composite score of 30.

As a dual-enrollment student at Georgia State University during my junior year of high school (11th Grade), I earned an A+ in the College Algebra, Precalculus, and Calculus 1 courses I took. I am well experienced with algebra and geometry and earned a 670 on the math portion of the SAT's as a sophomore in high school (10th grade).

I took College Algebra at Georgia State, and earned an A+ during the spring semester of 2012. I was dual-enrolled as a junior in high school at the moment, though I took class at Georgia State full time. I am well experienced with college level algebra and I have assisted others who were taking the class, though never for pay.

As a dual-enrolled student at Georgia State University, I took Calculus 1 and earned an A+ during my senior year of high school. At Georgia Tech, I successfully completed Calculus 2 & 3, and apply the methods I learn currently in my classes as a mechanical engineering student. I have now been tutoring in Calculus for over a year, and I can guarantee that I will make the material easier to understand.

While studying at the Georgia Institute of Technology, I successfully completed the course CS 1371 which is a MATLAB coding class. In the course I learned the fundamentals of coding in MATLAB, as well as how to understand more complex coding problems, and the process and usage of coding algorithms. While I have never taught this subject, others in my class repeatedly sought out my help with the course content, and I have been successful relaying the correct coding thought processes.

My first physics class was a non-calculus based Physics 1 class at Georgia State University in which I received an A+. Since then I have taken a Calculus based Physics 1 and 2 at Georgia Tech, my current school, gaining a full understanding of the topics, and as an engineering student, make multiple applications of the learned methods in my studies.

While doing Dual-Enrollment during my junior and senior years of high school, I earned A+ grades in Statistics, College Algebra, Precalculus, and Calculus 1 at Georgia State University. I am currently taking Calculus 3, and I have recently finished Calculus 2 at Georgia Tech.

As a sophomore, I took the PSAT test and received scores in the 600's for each section. As a junior, I again took the test and was nominated for the national merit scholarship. I did not end up receiving the award. I also took the SAT my sophomore year, in order to qualify for dual-enrollment, which I did my last two years of high school at Georgia State University. While my scores could have been higher, I did not have the benefit of tutoring or any outside help. However, being that I am now more experienced with the material and structure of the test, I can assure you that I can now help you get the highest grade possible.

As a 7th Grader (12 years old) I took the Duke TIP SAT test, and was nationally awarded for earning above 500 on the math portion (530). As a sophomore in high school (14 years old), I earned a 670 before going on to do dual-enrollment at Georgia State University. At Georgia State, I earned A+ grades in all four math courses I enrolled in, Statistics, College Algebra, Precalculus, and Calculus 1.

As a freshman and sophomore in high school, my Accelerated Math classes included integrated Trigonometry, and as a high school senior taking classes at Georgia State University, my Precalculus and Calculus 1 classes highly incorporated trigonometry. At Georgia Tech, my Calculus 2, Calculus 3, Physics 1, and Physics 2 classes all relied heavily on applied trigonometry. Due to this, I am well experienced with the material and its applied usage.

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