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.
Liam is extremely helpful, very knowledgeable and as eager for you to succeed as you are! After my first lesson with him I knew I wouldn't need anyone else. We worked on calculus limits, fixed point iteration and the beginnings of derivatives and I fully believe that I wouldn't know it nearly as well as I do now if it wasn't for him. He is a great tutor would recommend
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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.