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University of Tennessee (Mat Sci Engineering)
Dear potential students,
My name is Tim. I am a graduate from the University of Tennessee with a degree in materials science and engineering. My degree has given me the opportunity to study calculus (levels 1-3), differential equations, matrix algebra, general chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, physics, thermodynamics and a surplus of engineering classes. I love math and science, and have no problem sharing the knowledge I have in these subject areas. I have been tutoring students for about a year now and sharing my knowledge of algebra, geometry, and chemistry.
My teaching style is based upon stressing the learning patterns and building blocks of math and science and how things relate to one another. I use these principles to promote learning techniques that are easy to use in most scenarios. I am a friendly person and tutor according to a person's learning style. I look forward to helping as many potential students and parents as I can. Dear potential students,
My name is Tim. I am a graduate from the University of Tennessee with a degree in materials science and engineering. My degree has given me the opportunity to study calculus (levels 1-3), … Read more
Tim is a great tutor for my 14 year old son. Tim relates well to him and they have a personable relationship which helps my son learn. Tim was able to help my son understand concepts that had been confusing and he was able to give tips and advice that helped greatly on his midterm. I would highly recommend him.
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