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I attended Oklahoma Christian University to study Mechanical Engineering in 2007. In 2009, I began tutoring in an on-campus tutoring office and fell in love with tutoring. I graduated in December of 2011, but decided to continue pursuing private tutoring. I'm

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As usual, Stacey was extremely helpful. She showed up early and was able to walk me through my physics questions. Money well spent.

Stacey has a great way to explain difficult, abstract concepts, and the patient to repeated if necessary. Her knowledge in calculus make it looks easy and she transmits that feeling to the student.

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Algebra is one of my favorite math subjects, and Algebra 1 specifically lays the groundwork for many other math courses. I've tutored students in these concepts for several years, including students at the collegiate level, and am very comfortable in communicating the concepts to students of any age.

Algebra 2 continues to lay the groundwork for higher level math subjects and often touches on real-world applications. As an engineer, translating the world into math (and showing how the math translates to the real world) is one of my primary goals with this subject.

Calculus is hands down, my favorite math subject. During my time as a college student, I took Calculus 1, 2, and 3, and feel comfortable communicating the ideas of each level. Whether it's rates of change, summations, or even curvature and reading 3-dimensional graphs, I can help.

I don't tutor this level of math very often, but because I have a degree in engineering I took this course. I ended the course with a solid B despite having a major family crisis in the middle of that semester. Since I have taken that course, I have also been reviewing the material to make sure it is not neglected and that I stay up to speed on it.

Geometry is a subject I've been tutoring more often recently and it's an incredibly rewarding course. Because it covers such a broad spectrum of math topics that don't really fit into Algebra, I find it very rewarding to be able to help students master the subjects and learn new ways of thinking and how to deal with the real-world applications of the math they study

I have a degree in mechanical engineering from an ABET accredited university, and completed courses covering Thermodynamics, Static Structures, Dynamic motion, Aerodynamic Design, Vibration Theory, Fluid Mechanics, Materials, and 3D Modelling.

Physics is, of all the subjects I tutor, my absolute favorite. It is the epitome of mathematics and real-world applications and is relevant in virtually every situation we can find ourselves in because its entire goal is to describe the world around us and how it works. Whether it's kinematics, energy transfer, the movement of planets, or the movement of photons, I love it all.

During my studies at my university for engineering, all of the Junior and Senior engineering students were required to join Toast Masters, the public speaking organization. Additionally, for our final three semesters (as part of our design capstone courses), we would give weekly status presentations to the entire class of engineers about our progress, budgets, and schedule.

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