RaydaMy name is Rayda, and I'm currently attending Southern University and A&M College for my bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. I enjoy helping students achieve academic success. I'm committed to learning and teaching effectively, and I want my students to embrace learning the same way I have.
Southern University and A M College - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
High School Chemistry
JacobI have an associate's degree in arts with special honors from Pearl River Community College. Now I am earning a bachelor's degree in computer science and mathematics at the University of Southern Mississippi. I am well-versed in many subjects including algebra, C++, calculus, chemistry, trigonometry, computer science, technology, science, and more. While earning my associate's degree, I was a tutor who received training through Cambridge-Stratford. I have worked with students of all ages and backgrounds including those with physical and mental disabilities, senior citizens, and everyone in-between. I encourage my students to ask for help because there is no shame in asking questions. I always do my best to help my students through complex concepts.
University of Southern Mississippi - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics and Computer Science
Elementary School Reading
AdrianI graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University with a bachelor's degree in mass communication. I have over five years of experience as a math teacher. I am comfortable tutoring students in pre-algebra, middle school math, and algebra. I take teaching very seriously. I love seeing my students get the most out of their potential. One of the important lessons I've learned during my time as a teacher is that students learn better if the teacher is able to make connections with them. As a tutor, I will use the same philosophy that I use when I teach the students in my classes. Outside of teaching, I enjoy reading James Patterson novels, playing video games, watching movies, and listening to music.
Southeastern Louisiana University - Bachelors, Mass Communication
Middle School Math