$55/hour

4.9
average from
38
ratings

“**Very knowledgeable and patient tutor**”

*Please note I have amended my rates & policies for cancellations and lateness...

Lateness Fee: $10 per 15 minutes

Cancellation Fee: Full Rate charge

The Cancellation or Lateness Fee does not apply if I am told within 12 hours of session.

My tutoring experience includes:

* AutoCAD with high school and college

*Email me for list of rates. Only subjects not on list are negotiable.
Full Rate if cancelled within 12 hours of appointment. Non-negotiable charge of $10 per 15 minute of wait time.*

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My daughter loved the lesson and she feels more comfortable with fractions even after just one session. We will continue working with Sheryldean and I highly recommend her as math tutor

So far, Sheryl is the only tutor that's really helping my son understand algebra. She is very nice, reliable, helpful, and knowledgeable.

Sheryldean takes her time and explains everything to my daughter. She follows up with emails to further break it all down. She is very patient and so far has been very reliable.

Math:

ACT Math,
Science:

Mechanical Engineering,
English:

Literature, Computer:

AutoCAD,
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I took this test in High School. I passed the exam and was accepted into the college of my choice. My recommended method for this test is to provide exams, grade, and review what is understood. Generally, understanding the process of thinking when solving a math problem helps the student to gear their test taking toward their strong points and master them. After mastering that, students are timed and retested.

The highest level of mathematics that I have completed are Differential Equations and Multi-variable Calculus. Algebra was one of the few courses in math I enjoyed.

Math by far was one of my best subjects. As an engineer, I went on to Multivariable Calculus/ Differential Equations and have refined my math skills even more.

Additionally, I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 for 2-3 years, and recently have expanded to tutoring Geometry, Trigonometry, and ACT/SAT Math so I can carry my students through high school. I don't prefer to tutor those subjects, but I find it helps parents and child to maintain one math tutor for their academic career.

I was an AutoCAD tutor for 4 months. I practiced 4 semesters of AutoCAD while in Architecture school (2 semesters) and Engineering school (2 semesters). I worked with 2 variations of AutoCAD professionally for 2.5 years.

I have a great basic understanding of math. I have advanced quickly because of this that from my freshman year, my high school math track was already advanced and lead me to Calculus by my senior year, without additional Summer coursework. Additionally, I took other math courses unrelated to my major because I love the concept behind mathematics.

I have a great basic understanding of math. I have advanced quickly because of this from my freshman year, my high school math track was already advanced and lead me to Calculus by my senior year, without additional Summer coursework. Additionally, I took other math courses unrelated to my major because I love the concept behind mathematics.

I was placed in Honors Geometry in the 9th Grade.

I hold a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering. I work in the field of Mechanical engineer in a Utility company. I also have graduate course work short of a thesis for a Masters of Science in Energy Management.

My Excel skills extend from generating pivot tables and charts to running raw data, to utilizing goal seek with Excel functions and producing a desired constant. Additional, knowledge with Excel is for sorting, formatting, and creating forms.

I have used Outlook for as long as I can remember. I often use it a lot at work. I understand most if not all of Outlook's capabilities, which include but are not limited to archiving, and creating offline files using the .pst files, as well as retrieving lost archived files through a scanpst file. It's a simple program, but has many unused capabilities that can make using it tailored to each individual for their specific needs.

Throughout my college career as both an Architecture major and a Mechanical Engineering graduate student, I have had to present many presentations. It is from this that I have been able to enhance my skills in creating slides. Additionally, I have tutored in this subject.

Since the 90's I have always utilized a PC. I was in the computer club, when I was in grade school, and have owned Compaq's, Dell's, HP's, and Lenovo's. There are many other PC's but they all general work the same, and all utilize a Microsoft Windows Operating System, which I'm proficient in. I use MS-DOS when the Graphical User Interface for some folders aren't retrievable. But in addition to those features, every Windows is different. I am only proficient in the following: XP, and 98. I am slowly familiarizing myself with Windows 7.

From Corel WordPerfect to MicroSoft Word, many word processors are the same, and I have used both. But from 1997 onward, I have limited my use to MicroSoft Word and have become very proficient at its use. My experience comes from many 50 page paper reports, resume writing, and work in general. I have also tutored in this subject.

I have taken Pre-Algebra in the 8th Grade, and have practice more advanced mathematics from high school through college.

I have a great basic understanding of math. I have advanced quickly, and, because of that, my high school math track lead me to calculus by my senior year, without additional Summer coursework.

I took pre-calculus my junior year of high school.

I participated in the spelling bee twice in grade school. I went pretty high, but "refrigerator" stumped me. Since then, have made it my mission to spell correctly. I spell much better now that I did in grade school (even without spell check).

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