Clemson University, Greenville Technical College (Computer Engineering)
My name is Jules E.
I graduated from Spartanburg Community College in 2010 with an associate in computer technology and recently obtained my bachelor degree in computer engineering at Clemson University. I am working to set myself a career in control engineering with an emphasis on robotic systems. I have been working as a tutor for 5 years (2 years through Wyzant, 2 years at Spartanburg Community College and a year at Greenville Technical College). I do both group and one-to-one tutoring, but I prefer one-to-one. My experience has proven to me that one-to-one gives better results. I have received a lot of positive feedback in working with both high school and college students and my ultimate satisfaction is to see them succeed. As someone that also struggled at some point in class I can relate to my students, and I feel obligated to share what worked for me and worked for others that helped me along the way. I am confident that together we can find what will work for them. so tomorrow they can be there for others that will need them. My name is Jules E.
I graduated from Spartanburg Community College in 2010 with an associate in computer technology and recently obtained my bachelor degree in computer engineering at Clemson University. I am working to set myself a career in control engineering with an emphasis on robotic systems. I have been working as a tutor for 5
My daughter got behind in college stats.....Jules is helping her understand the subject matter and she is gaining confidence. Great tutor.
Jules was very helpful, patient and even called me after our session to clarify a point he thought of after we finished. Highly recommend.
He taught me Normal Distribution and Standard Deviation. He was very knowledgeable of the subject and I look forward to meeting with him again.
Jules has shown me small steps that the teacher skips over. It is making it much easy to understand trig integrals
I am a Computer Engineer major at Clemson University. And I believe that differential equations are a tool that engineers regularly use to to solve important problems. Now that it is my senior year, this subject has become second nature to me. I excelled in all my differential equations classes, and as a result, I can comfortably apply my knowledge in Fourier/ Laplace transforms, Bode and Nyquist plots that we use in linear control systems.
I am currently in my senior year. I am a Computer Engineering major at Clemson University, where I have completed all of my mathematics requirements. One of them was to take linear Algebra, a class in which I earned an A for my grade. Also with the knowledge that I acquired in that class I was able to help others who were struggling in it.