Texas A&M University College Station, TX (Physics)
As a person that has recently graduated high school, the memories of what school was like and what made me good at it are still fresh in my mind. I love helping people find new ways of doing things, and with my experience in education I feel I am ready to do just that. While I was in high school, I took jobs writing high school level exams and study guides so I could study while I made money. When I started college, I began working as an online tutor answering questions from around the world. Now I study physics and astrophysics at A&M! I look forward to helping your student succeed in school and beyond!
I took 5 math classes in high school, along with the math in Academic Decathlon. In college I have taken Calculus 1 and 2, as well as Differential Equations and Multi-Variable Calculus. After taking a joy in astronomy at a young age, I began to learn more and more about it. Having traveled to numerous observatories, I began taking classes in astronomy and astrophysics at A&M, where I have taken numerous physics and astrophysics courses alongside research. If you want to know more about what I can do and when I can get started, contact me! I am always excited to teach new things.
Thanks and gig 'em! As a person that has recently graduated high school, the memories of what school was like and what made me good at it are still fresh in my mind. I love helping people find new ways of doing things, and with my experience in education I feel I am ready to do just that. While I was in high school, I took jobs writing high school level exams and
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Liam is a good tutor. He explains calculus easily and in a comfortable style. Will continue to use him for college calculus.
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I am a physics major with three years of calculus under my belt. Algebra comes naturally to me, and I look forward to helping you learn it.
Researcher at A&M University, physics and astrophysics degree in progress.
I earned a 4 on Calculus BC AP exam, passed calculus one, two, and three at A&M, along with Differential Equations. I still use these skills daily in my physics classes.
I studied differential equations at Texas A&M, and have used them in several classes beside differential equations, including my physics and astrophysics courses.
I started percussion in 6th grade, and stayed with it through senior year of high school, when I was section leader in the drumline and a state soloist in marimba. In college I joined the percussion studio on campus, where I started writing my own percussion pieces and arrangements, as well as performing in stomp, classical, and rock arrangements throughout the year. Now I am part of a drumline, and write percussion scores for the studio.
I played in middle school and high school bands as a young student, and I now play and compose with he TAMU Percussion Studio. I have lead musicians in solo practice, ensembles of my own, and high stress environments ranging from marching band to state solo and ensemble.