EricI am a recent graduate, so one great thing for my students is that the information I will be teaching is still fresh on the brain. I have my Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Utah's Mechanical Engineering program. I maintained a 3.9 GPA, so you can rest assured that I have a good understanding of the course material. I usually understood the information very quickly, so I was able to help my peers with it. I have tutored peers and friends from the time I was in high school. This is my first time working as a tutor in a professional manner, but I have a lot of experience with peer tutoring and a strong knowledge base. Helping pupils understand how to think about problems and solve them is a passion of mine. I know that every student is different and I find it really rewarding to be able to help each individual work through their barriers. I have always had strong problem-solving skills, which led me to major in engineering. I look at tutoring as a way to problem solve. Every student is coming to me because they are struggling and it is usually with different things, so I am able to problem solve and help them through each scenario. I can't wait to share my knowledge and experience with pupils of all ages. I am excited to be a professional tutor.
University of Utah - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
AP Calculus BC
AustinI believe all students are capable of learning, and all students can love to learn as well. As a tutor, I like working with students to realize their potential and to develop independent learning skills they can use within their academic and professional careers. I went to BYU to earn my bachelor's degree to teach social sciences. I can tutor a wide array of subjects, but my specialties are social sciences, Spanish, and writing. I can also help students with test preparation for the ACT, history, elementary school math, geography, and others. When I have some spare time, I like to watch movies, read, play the piano, and play trivia. I love art, Star Wars, and superheroes.
Brigham Young University-Provo - Bachelors, Teaching Social Sciences
AlexanderI initially began coaching while in secondary school where I guided math classes for both high school students and those in elementary school. I took in a considerable measure about how to set up a compatibility with understudies and how to best function in a one-on-one condition. My adoration for Chemistry developed while taking AP Chemistry. My objective while coaching anyone is to enable learners to get a handle on and comprehend the ideas. I do this through training issues and exploring past materials. I genuinely have seen mentoring act as I have been guided in math earlier and have seen exactly how compelling and critical a helpful coach can be. I have my bachelor's degree in Chemistry. I studied at Brigham Young University. Among the subjects I help students with are Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Biochemistry, AP Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, AP Biology, Science, Algebra 1-2, College Algebra, Geometry, and Math. When I'm not helping my students reach for the stars I love to be outside. I go hiking and skiing, and enjoy being up in the mountains. I also rock climb, be it outside or at the gym. When I want to relax, I kick back with a good book.
Brigham Young University-Provo - Bachelors, Chemistry