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Missouri University of Science and Technology (Ceramic Engineering)
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I graduated in 2007 from Jenks High School where I excelled in mathematics and the sciences, taking multiple AP classes and tests. I went on to pursue Track and Field along with a degree in engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, formerly University of Missouri-Rolla. Now I have moved up to Kansas City and should be graduating with a degree in Ceramic Engineering in May of 2013.
In high school I tutored fellow students and groups of up to 20 students in various subjects. Once in college I continued tutoring especially during the summer breaks. Being an engineering student at a rigorous university has resulted in a seemingly endless knowledge of mathematics, physics, and chemistry. My goal when tutoring these subjects is to help the student understand the principles of the subject matter and then make them unforgettable by showing how many different ways that principle is related to previously learned principles.
Have any questions? Just ask and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Welcome to my WyzAnt profile, and thank you for considering me as a tutor. Here is a brief bio of me, what subjects I specialize in, and my tutoring style.
I graduated in 2007 from Jenks High School where I excelled in mathematics and the sciences, taking multiple AP
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