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Howard J.

Down-to-Earth Engineer for Math, Engrg, Drafting, and Physics Help

Down-to-Earth Engineer for Math, Engrg, Drafting, and Physics Help

$20/hour

About Howard


Bio

See my work with needy students in Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

To paraphrase Dr. Einstein, "If you are a master of a subject, you can make it simple." Have you ever had a teacher who couldn't get the material through to you? If so, you may have heard from a student something like, "I'm not getting any of this, but she's probably brilliant. She probably knows the material inside and out but isn’t good at getting it across." That is most often NOT the case. I put things in simple terms...

See my work with needy students in Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

To paraphrase Dr. Einstein, "If you are a master of a subject, you can make it simple." Have you ever had a teacher who couldn't get the material through to you? If so, you may have heard from a student something like, "I'm not getting any of this, but she's probably brilliant. She probably knows the material inside and out but isn’t good at getting it across." That is most often NOT the case. I put things in simple terms because I understand them. If I don’t understand something, I admit it and not attempt to explain it. But I've been tutoring math and physics on and off since 1979. As an undergraduate beginning in 1981, I was appointed three times as a teaching assistant at The University of Maryland (College Park) Math Dept, worked as a coach in the UMD Math Education Lab, and worked as a UMD exam review lecturer in Pre-Calculus, Calculus I and Calculus II. Then, in 1984, I graduated with my BS in Mechanical Engineering with an elective concentration in Applied Math. In 1994 I completed 27 credits toward the 36 credits (non-thesis option) required for the MS in Mechanical Engineering, ThermoFluids at The University of Central Florida, when life took me in a different direction. ThermoFluids is arguably the most mathematically-intensive mechanical engineering specialty. I am a frequent volunteer contributor to the Wyzant "Ask an Expert" forum (see my work there), and the "Quora.com" world forum helping people with their physics, maths, engineering science, and academics. I like to put things in simple terms and will show you learning methods that work great IF you follow them and do your homework assignments. So here is how I can help:
A. Any Finite Math. This ranges from GED and Elementary Math to
Algebra, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus but does not include Linear
Algebra from a course dedicated only to Linear Algebra.
B. College- or High School AP-Calculus 1 and Calculus 2,
C. Business Calculus,
D: College- or High School AP-Physics 1 (algebra- or calculus-based),
E. Engineering Drawing,
F. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing,
G. Statics,
H. Dynamics,
I. Thermodynamics,
J. Heat transfer, and
K. Mechanics of Materials.

I use plain language, simple analogies, and real-world examples likely to increase your interest in your subject. I emphasize good habits, standard terminology, concepts, and fundamentals. If I don't know something, I say so but promise to find out. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS, so you will lose by not asking them. Lastly, I insist on being fully prepared for our time together. So I will review or work your homework problems in advance at no charge (but I will not turn them over to you). This means you must plan your time so I can get the material enough in advance.

My work with Wyzant is just getting started, so my low $30 rate won't last long.


Education

University of Maryland
Mech Engineering
University of Central Florida
Graduate Coursework
George Washington University
Graduate Coursework

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  • Hourly Rate: $20
  • Rate details: I review your material before our meetings at no charge.
  • Lesson cancellation: 12 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 10/15/2018

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Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Elementary Math

I am new to Wyzant but not new to elementary math.  I have no magic tricks to get math into your head, but I DO give you tried-and-true methods to help you learn more material faster and to help you arrive with correct solutions to problems in a disciplined and methodical way. I help you by emphasizing UNDERSTANDING and GOOD HABITS over rote memory.  As an engineer, I've used math on the job and can give you an appreciation for the subject by providing real-world examples.  I'm a regular guy who is humble and sympathetic and encourages you to ask ANY question because if you don't know something and are afraid to admit it, you lose. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. As you are probably aware, every math course builds on the one before. With math courses, on the last day of class most people can't just walk out and say "well, that's the last I'll ever see of THAT stuff!".  Those who do well in elementary math normally do well in pre-algebra. Those who do well in algebra usually did well in pre-algebra. Those who do well in Calculus 1 usually did well in algebra & trig.  And those who do well in Calculus 2 usually did well in Calculus 1, algebra, and so on.  It's one course on top of another. If you follow my lead, you will learn good habits with a disciplined and methodical approach to quantitative problem solving that works for ALL problems in ANY course and ANY real-world application! See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I have 30+ years' part-time (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience from arithmetic to second-semester calculus, including Algebra 1. As an engineer, I use math in engineering practice and did so extensively as an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have 30+ years' (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience in everything from arithmetic to second-semester calculus and this includes Algebra 2. As a product design engineer, I use advanced math in engineering practice as well as when I was an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my volunteer work helping needy students in the Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have been a volunteer and paid math coach for over 30 years including calculus. I completed 16 semester hours of college calculus before moving on to differential equations, complex variables (undergrad and grad), partial differential equations, advanced engineering math, and mathematically-intensive engineering subjects in graduate school. I completed substantially more upper level applied math courses than required for undergraduate engineering majors. And believe only someone with deep knowledge in a subject can get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry means memorizing formulas and rules but the subject has so much practical value that you will use it over and over again in your life without thinking about it. Geometry, as in all math, requires you to do the homework but it always helps to do extra practice problems. I will show you the good habits that work in ANY quantitive problem in ANY subject. See my voluntary contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Physics,

Physics

I choose to coach only Physics I. I'm a regular contributor to the "Quora.com" worldwide forum in physics dealing with mechanics (Physics A). I have a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Maryland and completed 27 of the 36 credit hours required for the MSME in Thermofluids (non-thesis option) at The University of Central Florida. I also have 30+ years' part-time experience (paid and volunteer) coaching math from arithmetic to second-semester calculus. See Overall Qualifications. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I started from the bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college then ended up in engineering school and taking much more math than I had to for my major! Then I went to engineering grad school where I used that advanced math to my advantage. I've coached people from arithmetic to second-semester calculus and the same good habits are used with ANY quantitative problem in ANY subject. I will show you good habits that will take you a long way but you must follow my recommendations. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus is "algebra & trig on steroids". It prepares you for calculus where fluency in both subjects is expected; calculus (and higher) professors will spend no time reviewing algebra and trig. I can get you there with 30+ years' experience coaching math from arithmetic up to and including second-semester calculus and using math in a long engineering career. Plus I used algebra & trig regularly in all my math, science, and engineering courses in both undergraduate and graduate engineering degree programs. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my work in Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I am versed in all the subjects covered in the SAT math section: geometry, trigonometry, proportions, arithmetic, algebra, statistics, finance math, and pre-calculus. I started from rock bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college but eventually ended up taking more math than called for in my undergraduate engineering program before moving on to engineering graduate school. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

Math

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I am versed in all the subjects covered in the ACT math section: geometry, trigonometry, proportions, arithmetic, algebra, statistics, finance math, and pre-calculus. I started from rock bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college but eventually ended up in engineering school taking taking more math courses than required with an elective concentration in applied math. I am thorough and methodical and show EVERYTHING as needed to get your student through this material. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. To get a taste of the help I can provide, see my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I have 30+ years' part-time (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience from arithmetic to second-semester calculus, including Algebra 1. As an engineer, I use math in engineering practice and did so extensively as an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have 30+ years' (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience in everything from arithmetic to second-semester calculus and this includes Algebra 2. As a product design engineer, I use advanced math in engineering practice as well as when I was an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my volunteer work helping needy students in the Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have been a volunteer and paid math coach for over 30 years including calculus. I completed 16 semester hours of college calculus before moving on to differential equations, complex variables (undergrad and grad), partial differential equations, advanced engineering math, and mathematically-intensive engineering subjects in graduate school. I completed substantially more upper level applied math courses than required for undergraduate engineering majors. And believe only someone with deep knowledge in a subject can get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS.
Finite Math,

Finite Math

"Finite math" is a catch-all term for the collection of topics including all math up to (but not including) calculus: mathematical model building (turning a word problem into a math problem), algebra, trigonometry, matrix algebra, linear programming, statistics, and logic. As an engineer who "minored" in applied math as an undergraduate, I was taught all of all these topics. After moving on to engineering graduate school then engineering practice, I've had opportunities to use them all in real-world problems. So I take pride in my capability to provide examples from the real-world which might increase your interest and motivation. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry means memorizing formulas and rules but the subject has so much practical value that you will use it over and over again in your life without thinking about it. Geometry, as in all math, requires you to do the homework but it always helps to do extra practice problems. I will show you the good habits that work in ANY quantitive problem in ANY subject. See my voluntary contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Mechanical Engineering,

Mechanical Engineering

I am a mechanical design engineer with 35+ years' experience in product development in the space, defense, CTV/telecom, and SIGINT/intel fields. I hold a BSME from The University of Maryland, College Park where I was an undergraduate teaching assistant in math and had an elective concentration in Applied Mathematics. I passed the first of two eight-hour exams toward the State of Maryland Professional Engineer certification and completed 27 of 36 credit hours toward the MSME, ThermoFluids (non-thesis option) at The University of Central Florida. ThermoFluids is arguably the most theoretical and mathematically-intensive of mechanical engineering specialties. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Physics,

Physics

I choose to coach only Physics I. I'm a regular contributor to the "Quora.com" worldwide forum in physics dealing with mechanics (Physics A). I have a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Maryland and completed 27 of the 36 credit hours required for the MSME in Thermofluids (non-thesis option) at The University of Central Florida. I also have 30+ years' part-time experience (paid and volunteer) coaching math from arithmetic to second-semester calculus. See Overall Qualifications. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I started from the bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college then ended up in engineering school and taking much more math than I had to for my major! Then I went to engineering grad school where I used that advanced math to my advantage. I've coached people from arithmetic to second-semester calculus and the same good habits are used with ANY quantitative problem in ANY subject. I will show you good habits that will take you a long way but you must follow my recommendations. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus is "algebra & trig on steroids". It prepares you for calculus where fluency in both subjects is expected; calculus (and higher) professors will spend no time reviewing algebra and trig. I can get you there with 30+ years' experience coaching math from arithmetic up to and including second-semester calculus and using math in a long engineering career. Plus I used algebra & trig regularly in all my math, science, and engineering courses in both undergraduate and graduate engineering degree programs. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my work in Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I am versed in all the subjects covered in the SAT math section: geometry, trigonometry, proportions, arithmetic, algebra, statistics, finance math, and pre-calculus. I started from rock bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college but eventually ended up taking more math than called for in my undergraduate engineering program before moving on to engineering graduate school. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Trigonometry

Trigonometry

Trigonometry means memorizing formulas and rules but the subject has so much practical value that you will use it over and over in your life and career without thinking about it. Trigonometry, as in all math, requires you to do the homework but it always helps to do extra practice problems. I will show you the good habits that work for ANY quantitative problem in ANY subject. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I have 30+ years' part-time (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience from arithmetic to second-semester calculus, including Algebra 1. As an engineer, I use math in engineering practice and did so extensively as an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have 30+ years' (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience in everything from arithmetic to second-semester calculus and this includes Algebra 2. As a product design engineer, I use advanced math in engineering practice as well as when I was an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my volunteer work helping needy students in the Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have been a volunteer and paid math coach for over 30 years including calculus. I completed 16 semester hours of college calculus before moving on to differential equations, complex variables (undergrad and grad), partial differential equations, advanced engineering math, and mathematically-intensive engineering subjects in graduate school. I completed substantially more upper level applied math courses than required for undergraduate engineering majors. And believe only someone with deep knowledge in a subject can get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry means memorizing formulas and rules but the subject has so much practical value that you will use it over and over again in your life without thinking about it. Geometry, as in all math, requires you to do the homework but it always helps to do extra practice problems. I will show you the good habits that work in ANY quantitive problem in ANY subject. See my voluntary contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Physics,

Physics

I choose to coach only Physics I. I'm a regular contributor to the "Quora.com" worldwide forum in physics dealing with mechanics (Physics A). I have a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Maryland and completed 27 of the 36 credit hours required for the MSME in Thermofluids (non-thesis option) at The University of Central Florida. I also have 30+ years' part-time experience (paid and volunteer) coaching math from arithmetic to second-semester calculus. See Overall Qualifications. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I started from the bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college then ended up in engineering school and taking much more math than I had to for my major! Then I went to engineering grad school where I used that advanced math to my advantage. I've coached people from arithmetic to second-semester calculus and the same good habits are used with ANY quantitative problem in ANY subject. I will show you good habits that will take you a long way but you must follow my recommendations. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Precalculus

Precalculus

Pre-calculus is "algebra & trig on steroids". It prepares you for calculus where fluency in both subjects is expected; calculus (and higher) professors will spend no time reviewing algebra and trig. I can get you there with 30+ years' experience coaching math from arithmetic up to and including second-semester calculus and using math in a long engineering career. Plus I used algebra & trig regularly in all my math, science, and engineering courses in both undergraduate and graduate engineering degree programs. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my work in Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

Science

Mechanical Engineering,

Mechanical Engineering

I am a mechanical design engineer with 35+ years' experience in product development in the space, defense, CTV/telecom, and SIGINT/intel fields. I hold a BSME from The University of Maryland, College Park where I was an undergraduate teaching assistant in math and had an elective concentration in Applied Mathematics. I passed the first of two eight-hour exams toward the State of Maryland Professional Engineer certification and completed 27 of 36 credit hours toward the MSME, ThermoFluids (non-thesis option) at The University of Central Florida. ThermoFluids is arguably the most theoretical and mathematically-intensive of mechanical engineering specialties. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Physics

Physics

I choose to coach only Physics I. I'm a regular contributor to the "Quora.com" worldwide forum in physics dealing with mechanics (Physics A). I have a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Maryland and completed 27 of the 36 credit hours required for the MSME in Thermofluids (non-thesis option) at The University of Central Florida. I also have 30+ years' part-time experience (paid and volunteer) coaching math from arithmetic to second-semester calculus. See Overall Qualifications. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I have 30+ years' part-time (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience from arithmetic to second-semester calculus, including Algebra 1. As an engineer, I use math in engineering practice and did so extensively as an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have 30+ years' (volunteer and paid) math tutoring experience in everything from arithmetic to second-semester calculus and this includes Algebra 2. As a product design engineer, I use advanced math in engineering practice as well as when I was an undergraduate and graduate mechanical engineering student. I believe only someone with complete knowledge in a subject can effectively get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my volunteer work helping needy students in the Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have been a volunteer and paid math coach for over 30 years including calculus. I completed 16 semester hours of college calculus before moving on to differential equations, complex variables (undergrad and grad), partial differential equations, advanced engineering math, and mathematically-intensive engineering subjects in graduate school. I completed substantially more upper level applied math courses than required for undergraduate engineering majors. And believe only someone with deep knowledge in a subject can get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS.
GED,

GED

I am new to Wyzant but not new to preparation for the GED.  While I have no magic to get math into your head, but I DO give you tried-and-true methods to help you learn more material faster and to help you arrive with correct solutions to problems in a disciplined and methodical way. I help you by emphasizing UNDERSTANDING and GOOD HABITS over rote memory.  As an engineer, I use math on the job and can give you an appreciation for the subject by providing real-world examples.  I'm a regular guy who is humble and sympathetic who encourages you to ask ANY question because if you don't know something and are afraid to admit it, nobody wins. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS! Please see my volunteer contributions in Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry means memorizing formulas and rules but the subject has so much practical value that you will use it over and over again in your life without thinking about it. Geometry, as in all math, requires you to do the homework but it always helps to do extra practice problems. I will show you the good habits that work in ANY quantitive problem in ANY subject. See my voluntary contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
Physics,

Physics

I choose to coach only Physics I. I'm a regular contributor to the "Quora.com" worldwide forum in physics dealing with mechanics (Physics A). I have a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Maryland and completed 27 of the 36 credit hours required for the MSME in Thermofluids (non-thesis option) at The University of Central Florida. I also have 30+ years' part-time experience (paid and volunteer) coaching math from arithmetic to second-semester calculus. See Overall Qualifications. I believe only those with deep knowledge in a subject can really get it across to others using the simplest terms and analogies. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I am versed in all the subjects covered in the SAT math section: geometry, trigonometry, proportions, arithmetic, algebra, statistics, finance math, and pre-calculus. I started from rock bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college but eventually ended up taking more math than called for in my undergraduate engineering program before moving on to engineering graduate school. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

Test Preparation

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I am versed in all the subjects covered in the ACT math section: geometry, trigonometry, proportions, arithmetic, algebra, statistics, finance math, and pre-calculus. I started from rock bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college but eventually ended up in engineering school taking taking more math courses than required with an elective concentration in applied math. I am thorough and methodical and show EVERYTHING as needed to get your student through this material. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS. To get a taste of the help I can provide, see my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
GED,

GED

I am new to Wyzant but not new to preparation for the GED.  While I have no magic to get math into your head, but I DO give you tried-and-true methods to help you learn more material faster and to help you arrive with correct solutions to problems in a disciplined and methodical way. I help you by emphasizing UNDERSTANDING and GOOD HABITS over rote memory.  As an engineer, I use math on the job and can give you an appreciation for the subject by providing real-world examples.  I'm a regular guy who is humble and sympathetic who encourages you to ask ANY question because if you don't know something and are afraid to admit it, nobody wins. In my opinion, THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS! Please see my volunteer contributions in Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I am versed in all the subjects covered in the SAT math section: geometry, trigonometry, proportions, arithmetic, algebra, statistics, finance math, and pre-calculus. I started from rock bottom with remedial (non-credit) algebra in college but eventually ended up taking more math than called for in my undergraduate engineering program before moving on to engineering graduate school. See my contributions to Wyzant's "Ask an Expert" forum.

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A Knowledgeable Tutor and a Swell Guy

Before I started working with Bruce, I was struggling to get through pre-calculus and at risk of failing the class. His help was a big part of me passing this semester. He’s very knowledgeable in mathematics, and recognized my material from the get-go, save for some newer terms introduced by the textbook, and knew many things the textbook would later introduce beforehand. If you are working with a textbook, take pictures of the pages and share them with him a few days before meeting. You’ll save time and any possible confusions for both parties involved. I hope whoever reads this had as helpful an experience as I did.

Mary Ann, 5 lessons with Howard
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