A little bit about myself:
I graduated from The University of Kansas with a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2014. I am now working as a software engineer for a company in downtown KC.
While I was a student at KU, I tutored a handful of math courses for KU AAAC (Academic Achievement and Access Center).
I have tutored the following courses at KU:
- Pre-Algebra (MATH 002)
- Algebra (MATH 101)
- Business Calculus (MATH 115)
- Business Calculus II (MATH 116)
- Engineering Calculus (MATH 121)
- Engineering Calculus II (MATH 122)
Besides my tutoring experience through KU, I have tutored privately by putting out flyers and posting ads on Craigslist.
I have taken several other math courses while in engineering school such as: Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Statistics.
I can help you in pretty much any math course you need! As a person who once struggled with math in High School, I love to see the light bulb turn on in my students heads.
Whether you need some serious help with math or just need some reassurance, I can help!
KU required that students evaluate their tutors at the end of each semester, I have posted my last evaluation as a tutor on my Google+
profile that you need to check out if you are considering getting a math tutor!
So far I am planning on meeting with students on the Plaza (coffee shop or Barnes and Noble), KC Public Library Plaza Branch, or on the UMKC campus.
- $25/hour weekdays
- $30/hour weekends
Rates may increase depending on meeting location. As I stated above, I prefer to meet near the Plaza area.
If you think this is too much, consider finding some friend(s) or classmate(s) who also need a tutor, you can all attend for the same rate! (I'm keeping this to a maximum of 3 though, just so I have enough time to help everyone individually).
Beacause I have a full time position as a software engineer, I will only be available to tutor after 4pm on the weekdays.