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Mr. Tim E.

Masters in Aerospace Engineering · 60 or more years old male

"I now extremely enjoy tutoring math to middle and high school students. I find it very gratifying to bring math concepts across to a student who is struggling or just desires to improve their grade. I am extremely patient and provide many examples to the student to help him/her understand math or physics. Often the teaching in high school does not provide the student with clear description and examples of how to break down problems so it is easily understood. With one on one tutoring, it is most effective in helping the student grasp the concepts, and then with practice build their confidence." 

Details

fee: $30 (for 60 min)
years of tutoring: 1-3
students tutored: 10-50
travel distance: 15 miles
tutoring method: in-person (not online)
member for: 1 year and 10 months
rating: Green Apple

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phone: on file
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Education and Qualifications

school: University of Illinois (UIUC)

Math & Physics Tutor (present) M.S. Aerospace Engineering 1985 Univ. of Illinois B.A. Liberal Arts & Sci (Economics) 1978 Univ of Illinois Part time math tutor for last two years, tutoring Middle and High School math and physics. Aerospace Engineer for 27 years. Worked as a software research engineer and Orbital Analyst for Lockheed, Raytheon, SGT. Developed, programmed orbital simulations and analysis tools for proposed and existing missions. Supported various Defense and NASA programs as an analyst.

Dunkirk, MD 20754
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Subjects Tutored

Elementary & Junior High School
Elementary Math
General Ed
MathPhysics
Math
AlgebraAlgebra 1
Algebra 2Applied Math
GeometryPre-Algebra
Pre-CalculusTrigonometry
Test Prep
ACT MathSAT Math
Additional Subjects
High School Physics