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My name is Robert. I'm a full time student at Lonestar College Cy-Fair. I'm majoring in electrical engineering and hope to transfer to Texas A&M Engineering School next year. I have a current GPA of 3.7 and I have received an A in every math course. I'm very patient and will not move on until my student understands the material fully. I have experience in tutoring from helping my friends and family with math from algebra to trig. I grew up in Houston and I can relate to many people of different socio-economic backgrounds. I am bilingual. ( English and Spanish) I understand the importance of an education in the technologically advanced world we live in today. I am a big sports fan. In my spare time, I enjoy shooting pool and going to the movies. Although my expertise is in math, I enjoy reading and writing.
The friends and family that I've helped were very happy with their improving results. I managed to turn my friends from C students to A students. I believe the best teachers use many different styles and techniques to make the student understand the topic. I try to use different analogies to make my students comprehend. I will do my best to help students struggle with math and achieve improvement. My name is Robert. I'm a full time student at Lonestar College Cy-Fair. I'm majoring in electrical engineering and hope to transfer to Texas A&M Engineering School next year. I have a current GPA of 3.7 and I have received an A in every … Read more
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