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Aaron S.

Currently I am a double major at Butler University with Computer Science and Mathematics. I eventually plan on going for my Ph.D in Mathematics after my undergraduate studies are over. I have a 3.8 cumulative GPA at Butler so far and plan on raising. I have tutored 6 other college students so far in Calculus 1 and 2 with one in pre-calculus. I have extensive knowledge in background mathematics and love teaching it which has shown in the improvements that many of my students have had. Also in many of my classes we would form study groups and I would help multiple people learning the concepts, while learning a few new things myself. My approach to tutoring is simple for the most part. First, I start by understanding what the goals are and get a plan together for what to teach to the student. Then I will go through lessons with the student and address weak areas or note other spots that could use further help. Then I will stay on top of the learning with them and assign homework for them to work on to get better or help them with some of the homework assigned by the teacher and have them complete it. Fun Facts: I am currently attending Butler University and am a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity on campus. I was born in Buffalo, New York but I root for the Giants when I am not watching the Colts. Huge sports fan, loving playing them and watching them.

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Currently I am a double major at Butler University with Computer Science and Mathematics. I eventually plan on going for my Ph.D in Mathematics after my undergraduate studies are over. I have a 3.8 cumulative GPA at Butler so far and plan on raising. I have tutored 6 other college students so far in Calculus 1 and 2 with one in pre-calculus. I have extensive knowledge in background mathematics and love teaching it which has shown in the improvements that many of my students have had. Also in many of my classes we would form study groups and I would help multiple people learning the concepts, while learning a few new things myself. My approach to tutoring is simple for the most part. First, I start by understanding what the goals are and get a plan together for what to teach to the student. Then I will go through lessons with the student and address weak areas or note other spots that could use further help. Then I will stay on top of the learning with them and assign homework for them to work on to get better or help them with some of the homework assigned by the teacher and have them complete it. Fun Facts: I am currently attending Butler University and am a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity on campus. I was born in Buffalo, New York but I root for the Giants when I am not watching the Colts. Huge sports fan, loving playing them and watching them.

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Type of Tutoring In-Person, One-on-one
Locations Your Office, Student's Home
Degrees

Butler University
Bachelor's

Tutoring Subjects

Mathematics: Algebra, Geometry

Tests: AP Calculus BC

Elementary Topics: Elementary Math

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Location
  4200 South Freeway Suite 608, Fort Worth, TX 76115
Phone
  (646) 448-8183
Website
  frogtutoring.com

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