The University of Texas at Arlington (Mathematics - Pure Option)
Hey there! I'm a motivated 22 year old who is currently a Senior at UT Arlington, where I'm majoring in Mathematics. I have 3 years of tutoring experience working with high school students in subjects including Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.
I began tutoring independently when my former high school Physics teacher recommended me to parents who were looking for a tutor. I quickly realized that I really enjoy being able to help others through teaching. Understanding fundamental concepts is key in Mathematics. My goal is to aid students by explaining elemental ideas clearly, so that they can successfully break down and solve even the toughest problems.
As a research-oriented university student with a focus in Pure Mathematics, I'm eager to provide my students with context and insight related to their subject that most regular tutors lack. When I was a high school student, no teacher derived the Quadratic Formula for me. No teacher proved the Pythagorean Theorem in class. I am here to change that, for it is the insight of where the material comes from, that enables students to develop a deep understanding of the subject.
I am passionate about Math, and I firmly believe everyone can be great at it if they are committed to success.
"Numbers are to Mathematics what notes are to music." - Unkown Hey there! I'm a motivated 22 year old who is currently a Senior at UT Arlington, where I'm majoring in Mathematics. I have 3 years of tutoring experience working with high school students in subjects including Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.
I began tutoring independently when my former high school Physics teacher
Eduardo recently assisted my grandson with his pre-calculus test preparation. We were able to send the review sheet to Eduardo, and he did a wonderful job clarifying areas that were difficult for my grandson. Eduardo is very patient and easy-going. He offered very helpful supplementary information. Needless to say, my grandson was very impressed with Eduardo, and we will definitely be using his tutoring services again.
Eduardo is punctual, professional and an excellent resource for students who need a bit more instruction outside of the regular school day. This is the second time my son worked with Eduardo and it was just as successful as the first.
He explains really well, gives examples, and is very easy to understand. We started off with fractions, but we then realized it would be better to start off with the basics, it was really easy to understand after we went through the them. We would highly recommend him.
Thank you very much, Claudia! I am glad you were happy with my service.
Very impressed! I like Mr. Eduardo's transparency, that he has nothing to hide. His passion to help others is invaluable for this generation. My son is usually shy upon initially meeting someone for the first time, but once Mr. Eduardo told us a little of his background in Robotics, my son instantly could relate to him.
He has helped me with numerous mathematic equations and even gave me ways to remember tricky formulas. Overall great tutor.
Thank you, Zander! This means a lot. I'm glad I was able to help you.
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My educational background includes 3 separate courses related to differential equations: Introduction to Differential Equations, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, and Partial Differential Equations. Through many hours of rigorous homework and examinations, these courses have made me proficient at solving differential equations at the undergraduate level. Moreover, I am deeply interested in Differential Equations, and I am currently working on research related to Partial Differential Equations.
60+ Hours of Math & Science College Courses
Score of 32 on the ACT Math (97th Percentile)