Ohio Northern University (Mechanical Engineeri)
The University of Dayton (Master's)
I took all the math and physics classes while in high school and know what difficulties lie in those classes. I am confident in my ability to teach concepts clearly and lay out a good method in developing how to solve problems. I was a 4.14/5.00 GPA in high school and achieved a 36/36 on the Math ACT and a 33/36 on the Science ACT. High school math courses include algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre calc, and calculus BC. I also took AP physics in high school.
I was a mechanical engineering major in college - taking additional math and physics courses (differential equations, linear algebra). I also taught college freshman in algebra, calculus, and engineering courses while a junior/senior as part of an engineering honorary group called Tau Beta Pi.
While in graduate school, I also was a teaching assistant for a engineering vibrations course and lab. I like tutoring because I like to see others succeed and to be a part of the success stories of my students! Everyone always likes seeing a good mark on a homework submission and a good score on a big exam.
I do have a full time job, so my availability would be weekday evenings (6:00-10:00p) and weekend morning and afternoon with advanced notice. I am flexible on scheduling as long as there is a weekly planned meeting(s). I took all the math and physics classes while in high school and know what difficulties lie in those classes. I am confident in my ability to teach concepts clearly and lay out a good method in developing how to solve problems. I was a
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