(now) University of North Texas (Mathematics)
I am currently a senior Mathematics major at the University of North Texas. I stride for excellence in every class I take and plan on furthering my education with graduate school. I tutor during the academic year at the UNT Math Lab and love the work I do there to help others. I always try to teach not just how but why to the mathematics problems to the students I help. Also, I may go farther as to why and how you are allowed to do the things being asked in the problems. My motto is to leave you feeling more knowledgeable than when I met you.
I major in mathematics and have already tutored many advanced courses such as Calculus 1, 2 as well as Multivariable which all need strong algebra and trig skills.
I have also progressed through subjects such as Statistics and Probability as well as Differential Equations. For all these courses, I am already held accountable to maintain a strong foundation to be able to tutor at the UNT Math Lab. I am currently a senior Mathematics major at the University of North Texas. I stride for excellence in every class I take and plan on furthering my education with graduate school. I tutor during the academic year at the UNT Math Lab and love the work I do there to help others. I always try to teach not just how but why to the mathematics problems
We reviewed calculus 2, integration by parts and calculus 3, vector analysis--writing a 3-D equation of a line in space. Brandon is about to graduate and applying for a TA grant opportunity to accomplish obtaining his masters in mathematics. If all is successful he plans to Apply to a PhD program in math education.
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Algebra, both 1 and 2, are filled with ideas and techniques that you use throughout mathematics. I tutor College Algebra on a regular basis back at college. Not to mention that I have completed many upper level math classes.
I was a percussionist in the Pine Tree Band for 6 years and also played the drum set in our Jazz Band for 3 years. Also, I would still be a percussionist, but unfortunately, I am a mathematics major at UNT so I cannot get in due to the intense competition and that music majors get in first.
I am a senior Mathematics major at UNT. I tutor at the math lab we have there and one subject that I am responsible for is Mathematics for Elementary Education Majors 1 and 2. Due to this, I have been exposed to some material that they must cover, none of which has stumped me.