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BS from Texas Tech University
MA from University of Texas at Arlington (Master's)
I have spent over 10 years teaching and/or tutoring math classes at college and high school levels, while this is no longer my job, I still enjoy working with students that want to learn and helping them succeed. I am available any evening with enough notice but I will try to avoid Wednesday nights when possible. I appreciate advance notice on the topics that need reviewed so that I can be better prepared and more beneficial to you but I am also willing to figure it out as we go as well. I worked as a high school math teacher for 5 years before spending a little over 5 years working in a college math tutoring lab so I have experience working with both high school and college students. Feel free to ask me any questions you have in order to make you more comfortable.
I have spent over 10 years teaching and/or tutoring math classes at college and high school levels, while this is no longer my job, I still enjoy working with students that want to learn and helping them succeed. I am available any evening with enough notice but I will try to avoid Wednesday
Ben has definitely made a difference and for that I am grateful. He was my son’s second tutor this year and it was a seamless transition. He is very reliable and always on time (despite the traffic and construction). We are able to talk briefly before and after the session for feedback. He has provided me helpful insight. He has taught my son techniques to help him with his math. My son responds well to him. I hope he continues to be available. I want to say, “Thank You!”
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