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## Aaron

OWNER
Online Only

**MATHEMATICS | ADVANCED STUDIES**

**Online Only**

**About Aaron:**

### A Houston native, Aaron moved to College Station in 2009 to pursue a degree in Ocean Engineering at Texas A&M University. While still a student, Aaron began tutoring Calculus and Physics. He enjoyed it so much that upon graduating in 2011 he decided to open a tutoring company called Tutor Aaron. Aggieland Tutoring was born just 1 year later as the response for private tutoring grew and the need to hire more tutors became evident. Seeing this overwhelming need for private tutoring, and having experienced that very same need as a student, Aaron decided the primary focus of Aggieland Tutoring would remain on private and small group tutoring. Since discovering his passion to teach, it has been Aaron’s dream to help as many students as possible with their college classes, and as his dream has grown, so has Aaron’s family. With the addition of online virtual tutoring to the company in 2019, Aaron was able to move back to Houston to be closer to his family. Aaron continues to work hard to help students every day, but his role within Aggieland Tutoring is mostly managerial – though his passion for tutoring has never waned and he is always available for tutoring any student!

**Courses Taught by Aaron:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**Advanced Studies | Time Management**

**MATH 142 | Business Calculus**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**Advanced Studies | Time Management**

**MATH 1325 | Calculus for Business and Social Sciences**

**HIGH SCHOOL COURSES**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus AB**

**Advanced Study Skills | Time Management**

**Study Skills for College Students**

**— How to Succeed in College**

**— How to take effective notes both in class and from your book**

**— How to schedule your college life**

**— How to get everything done and still maintain a social life!**

**Education:**

### Cypress Creek High School, Houston, TX

### A.S. Mathematics & Physics, Lone Star College (2008)

### B.S. Ocean Engineering, Texas A&M University, (2011)*

**Experience:**

### Tutor Aaron – Founder and Owner

### Aggieland Tutoring – Founder and Owner

### BCS Testing – Founder and Owner

### Aggieland Testing – Founder and Owner

### Before You Fail – Founder and Owner

### Began tutoring Math and Physics part-time in 2007

### Began Tutoring full-time in 2009

### 15+ years Tutoring Aggies

### Over 5,500 Hours of Private Tutoring

**Community Service:**

### Bridges International – Volunteer Staff, 2011-2013

### Grace Bible Church – Volunteer, 2010-2012

### Central Baptist Church – Volunteer, 2017-2018

### Campus Crusade for Christ – Member, 2010-2011

### Cypress Grove Intermediate School (CSISD) – PTO Member/Volunteer, 2014-2015

### College Station Middle School (CSISD) – PTO Member/Volunteer, 2015-2017

### Tourette Syndrome Association – Volunteer/Guest Speaker/Big Brother, 1996-2011

**More About Aaron:**

### Aaron has a great deal of experience (and success) working with children and adults with disabilities.

### Aaron’s experience lies mainly with Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Anxiety Disorders (including test anxiety), Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism, Depression, Bi-Polar Disorder, and Tourette Syndrome.

### Aaron enjoys helping people who truly want to be helped. He’s very down to earth and communicates extremely well.

### Aaron has a fun sense of humor and likes to make studying as lighthearted and stress-less as possible — He’s more than willing to hit the books hard too — if that’s what it takes.

### Aaron has 2 daughters, 1 son, and 1 grandson!

### Outside of work, Aaron’s family is the center of his world!

**Aaron’s Motto:**

### Do what you love & love what you do — Then every day is a vacation!

### Work hard, Pray harder!

**Hobbies:**

### 3D-Printing & Designing | Bowling | Camping | Computer Building | Crypto Mining | Fishing | Hiking | RVing | Web Design | Woodworking

**Quotes of Interest:**

### “*What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.*” —Henry Stanley Haskins

### “*The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education.*” —Albert Einstein

### “*Most teachers waste their time by asking questions that are intended to discover what a pupil does not know, whereas the true art of questioning is to discover what the pupil does know or is capable of knowing.*” —Albert Einstein

OWNER

Online Only

## Adam

Online & In-Person
College Station

**CHEMISTRY | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING**

**ECONOMICS | MATH | STATISTICS**

**Online & In-Person**

**About Adam:**

### Adam is a chemical engineering student at Texas A&M who understands that learning tough subjects can feel overwhelming. His goal is to make things click by breaking down complex ideas and helping students approach challenges with confidence. Adam values patience and believes that every student learns at their own pace, so he tailors his approach to fit each individual’s needs.

**Courses Taught by Adam:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**CHEM 107 | General Chemistry for Engineers**

**CHEM 117 | General Chemistry for Engineers Lab**

**CHEM 119 | Fundamentals of Chemistry I**

**CHEM 120 | Fundamentals of Chemistry II**

**CHEM 227 | Organic Chemistry I**

**CHEM 228 | Organic Chemistry II**

**CHEM 237 | Organic Chemistry Lab I**

**CHEM 238 | Organic Chemistry Lab II**

**CHEN 201 | Elementary Chemical Engineering Lab**

**CHEN 204 | Elementary Chemical Engineering**

**CHEN 205 | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I**

**CHEN 323 | Chemical Engineering Heat Transfer Operations**

**CHEN 364 | Kinetics and Reactor Design**

**ECON 202 | Principles of Economics – Micro**

**ECON 203 | Principles of Economics – Macro**

**ECON 323 | Microeconomic Theory**

**ECON 410 | Macroeconomic Theory**

**MATH 140 | Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences**

**MATH 142 | Business Calculus**

**MATH 150 | Functions, Trigonometry and Linear Systems**

**MATH 151 | Engineering Mathematics I**

**MATH 152 | Engineering Mathematics II**

**MATH 171 | Calculus I**

**MATH 172 | Calculus II**

**MATH 221 | Several Variable Calculus**

**MATH 304 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 308 | Differential Equations**

**STAT 201 | Elem Statistical Inference**

**STAT 211 | Principles of Statistics I**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**CHEM 1305 | Introductory Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1409 | General Chemistry for Engineers**

**CHEM 1411 | General Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1412 | General Chemistry II**

**CHEM 2423 | Organic Chemistry I**

**CHEM 2425 | Organic Chemistry II**

**ECON 2301 | Principles of Economics – Macro**

**ECON 2302 | Principles of Economics – Micro**

**MATH 0314 | Intermediate Algebra for MATH 1414 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0324 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1324 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0332 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1332 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0342 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1342 (NCBO)**

**MATH 1314 | College Algebra**

**MATH 1316 | Plane Trigonometry**

**MATH 1324 | Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences**

**MATH 1325 | Calculus for Business**

**MATH 1332 | Contemporary Math**

**MATH 1342 | Elementary Statistical Methods**

**MATH 1414 | College Algebra**

**MATH 2305 | Discrete Math**

**MATH 2318 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 2320 | Differential Equations**

**MATH 2412 | Pre-Calculus Math**

**MATH 2413 | Calculus I**

**MATH 2414 | Calculus II**

**HIGH SCHOOL COURSES**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry Pre-AP**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry II AP**

### HS ECON | **Economics**

### HS ECON | **Economics Honors**

### HS ECON | **AP Microeconomics Honors**

### HS ECON | **Economics Dual Enrollment/Blinn Principles of Economics**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Geometry**

### HS MATH | **Geometry Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebraic Reasoning**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Data Analysis**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus AB**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus BC**

### HS MATH | **AP Statistics**

**Education:**

### Pearland High School, Pearland, TX

### B.S. Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University, In Progress

**Experience:**

### Professional Tutor – Aggieland Tutoring, 2024–Present

Online & In-Person

College Station

## Corban

Online & In-Person
College Station

**AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS | CHEMISTRY | ECONOMICS**

**ENGLISH | GOVERNMENT | HISTORY**

**INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS | PHILOSOPHY**

**POLITICAL SCIENCE**

**Online & In-Person**

**About Corban:**

### Corban is a graduate from the University of Oklahoma that is interested in presenting complicated problems in a simplified but interesting way. He wants his students to feel like they can approach him with any academic concerns they may have.

**Courses Taught by Corban:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**AGEC 105 | Introduction to Agricultural Economics**

**CHEM 106 | Molecular Science for Citizens**

**CHEM 119 | Fundamentals of Chemistry I**

**CHEM 120 | Fundamentals of Chemistry II**

**ECON 202 | Principles of Economics – Micro**

**ECON 203 | Principles of Economics – Macro**

**ENGL 103 | Intro to Rhetoric and Comp**

**ENGL 104 | Composition and Rhetoric**

**ENGL 206 | Twenty-first Century Literature and Culture**

**ENGL 210 | Technical and Business Writing**

**ENGL 227 | American Literature: The Beginnings to Civil War**

**ENGL 228 | American Literature: Civil War to Present**

**ENGL 231 | Survey of English Literature I**

**ENGL 232 | Survey of English Literature II**

**ENGL 306 | Transnational Literature and Culture**

**ENGL 314 | The English Renaissance**

**ENGL 316 | Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture**

**ENGL 318 | Utopian Literature in the English Tradition**

**ENGL 321 | Nineteenth-Century Literature (Romantic)**

**ENGL 322 | Nineteenth-Century Literature (Victorian)**

**ENGL 323 | The American Renaissance**

**ENGL 331 | Fantasy Literature**

**ENGL 337 | Life and Literature of the American South**

**ENGL 350 | Twentieth-Century Literature to World War II**

**ENGL 352 | Literature, World War II to Present**

**ENGL 365 | The Bible as Literature**

**ENGL 373 | American Realism and Naturalism**

**ENGL 375 | Nineteenth-Century American Novel**

**ENGL 376 | The American Novel Since 1900**

**ENGL 378 | The British Novel, 1870 to Present**

**ENGL 392 | Studies in Literature, Religion and Culture**

**HIST 101 | Western Civilization to 1660**

**HIST 102 | Western Civilization Since 1660**

**HIST 104 | World History Since 1500**

**HIST 105 | History of the United States**

**HIST 106 | History of the United States**

**HIST 214 | History of England**

**HIST 220 | History of Christianity: Origins to the Reformation**

**HIST 222 | History of Christianity, Reformation to Present**

**HIST 231 | The Second World War: Origins, Course, and Consequences**

**HIST 336 | Europe Since 1919**

**HIST 340 | Global Communism – Its Rise, Fall and Legacies**

**HIST 362 | History of Science**

**HIST 366 | Religion in Modern America**

**HIST 368 | The Birth of the Republic, 1763-1820**

**HIST 369 | The United States, 1820-1860**

**HIST 371 | America in the Gilded Age, 1877-1901**

**HIST 372 | Reform, War and Normalcy: The United States, 1901-1929**

**HIST 373 | The Great Depression and World War II**

**HIST 374 | The United States After World War II**

**HIST 405 | History of the Holocaust**

**INTA 201 | Introduction to International Studies**

**INTA 205 | Current Issues in International Studies**

**INTA 301 | Theories of Globalization**

**INTA 302 | Principles of International Affairs**

**INTA 330 | Governing Capitalism**

**INTA 401 | The City and its Global Contexts**

**INTA 403 | Nations and Nationalisms**

**INTA 409 | Culture, Neoliberalism and Globalism**

**INTA 415 | American Foreign Policy**

**INTA 452 | Intelligence and National Security**

**INTA 473 | Modern Chinese Political History**

**INTA 494 | Latin American Politics**

**PHIL 111 | Contemporary Moral Issues**

**PHIL 202 | The Human Experience**

**PHIL 251 | Introduction to Philosophy**

**PHIL 307 | Philosophy of the Social Sciences**

**PHIL 320 | Philosophy of Mind**

**PHIL 331 | Philosophy of Religion**

**PHIL 332 | Social and Political Philosophy**

**PHIL 334 | Philosophy of Law**

**PHIL 351 | Theory of Knowledge**

**PHIL 361 | Metaphysics**

**PHIL 371 | Philosophy of Literature**

**PHIL 381 | Ethical Theory**

**PHIL 410 | Classical Philosophy**

**PHIL 412 | Seventeenth-Century Philosophy**

**PHIL 413 | Eighteenth-Century Philosophy**

**PHIL 414 | Nineteenth Century Philosophy**

**PHIL 417 | Phenomenology**

**PHIL 418 | Existentialism**

**PHIL 452 | Social Choice, Polarization and Democracy – How Should We Choose**

**POLS 200 | Foundations of Political Science**

**POLS 203 | Introduction to Political Theory**

**POLS 206 | American National Government**

**POLS 207 | State and Local Government**

**POLS 229 | Introduction to Comparative Politics**

**POLS 231 | Introduction to World Politics**

**POLS 302 | The Mass Media and Politics**

**POLS 306 | Contemporary Political Problems and Issues**

**POLS 309 | Polimetrics**

**POLS 313 | Public Opinion**

**POLS 316 | Urban Politics**

**POLS 318 | Theories of International Relations**

**POLS 319 | The American Presidency**

**POLS 327 | Congressional Politics**

**POLS 333 | International Cooperation**

**POLS 340 | Public Administration**

**POLS 342 | Politics and Bureaucracy**

**POLS 349 | Early Political Thought**

**POLS 350 | Modern Political Thought**

**POLS 352 | Empirical Democratic Theory**

**POLS 355 | United States Constitutional Development**

**POLS 359 | American Political Thought**

**POLS 369 | Theories of Democracy**

**POLS 375 | Campaigns and Elections**

**POLS 413 | American Foreign Policy**

**POLS 415 | Contemporary Issues in American Foreign Policy**

**POLS 423 | U.S.-Latin American Relations**

**POLS 429 | Issues in World Politics**

**POLS 454 | Contemporary Political Ideas**

**POLS 455 | Traditions of Political Theory**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**AGRI 2317 | Agriculture Economics**

**CHEM 1305 | Introductory Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1411 | General Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1412 | General Chemistry II**

**ECON 2301 | Principles of Economics – Macro**

**ECON 2302 | Principles of Economics – Micro**

**ENGL 1301 | Composition I**

**ENGL 1302 | Composition II**

**ENGL 2311 | Technical Writing**

**ENGL 2322 | Survey of British Literature I**

**ENGL 2327 | Survey of American Literature I**

**ENGL 2328 | Survey of American Literature II**

**ENGL 2332 | Survey of World Literature I**

**GOVT 2305 | American Government**

**GOVT 2306 | Texas Government**

**HIST 1301 | United States History I**

**HIST 1302 | United States History II**

**HIST 2311 | Western Civilization I**

**HIST 2312 | Western Civilization II**

**PHIL 1301 | Introduction to Philosophy**

**PHIL 2306 | Introduction to Ethics**

**HIGH SCHOOL COURSES**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry Pre-AP**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry II AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I Pre-AP**

### HS ECON | **Economics**

### HS ECON | **Economics Honors**

### HS ECON | **AP Microeconomics Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English I**

### HS ENGL | **English I Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English I Pre-AP**

### HS ENGL | **English II**

### HS ENGL | **English II Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English II Pre-AP**

### HS ENGL | **English III**

### HS ENGL | **English III Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English III AP**

### HS ENGL | **English IV**

### HS ENGL | **English IV Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English IV AP**

### HS ENGL | **English IV Dual Enrollment/Blinn College Freshman English**

### HS ENGL | **Reading I**

**Education:**

### B.A. Political Science, University of Oklahoma

**Experience:**

### Professional Tutor – Aggieland Tutoring, 2024–Present

**Hobbies:**

### Reading | Running | Videogames | Cooking | Traveling | Movies

**Quotes of Interest:**

### “*If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more you are a leader.*” — John Quincy Adams

### “*Why do we fall? So that we can learn to pick ourselves back up*” — Batman The Dark Knight

Online & In-Person

College Station

## Jerik

Online & In-Person
College Station

**CHEMISTRY | MATH | PHYSICS**

**Online & In-Person**

**About Jerik:**

### Jerik is a graduate student in Mathematics at Texas A&M University interested in unusual and interesting problems. He understands that math is 20% learning and 80% communication, and that math is best learned when you are having fun. He wants people to be taught the way he wishes he had been taught in a low-stress, interactive environment.

**Courses Taught by Jerik:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**CHEM 107 | General Chemistry for Engineers**

**CHEM 117 | General Chemistry for Engineers Lab**

**CHEM 119 | Fundamentals of Chemistry I**

**CHEM 120 | Fundamentals of Chemistry II**

**MATH 140 | Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences**

**MATH 142 | Business Calculus**

**MATH 147 | Calculus I for Biologists**

**MATH 148 | Calculus II for Biologists**

**MATH 150 | Functions, Trigonometry and Linear Systems**

**MATH 151 | Engineering Mathematics I**

**MATH 152 | Engineering Mathematics II**

**MATH 167 | Exploration in Mathematics**

**MATH 168 | Finite Mathematics**

**MATH 170 | Freshman Mathematics Lab**

**MATH 171 | Calculus I**

**MATH 172 | Calculus II**

**MATH 221 | Several Variable Calculus**

**MATH 251 | Engineering Mathematics III**

**MATH 302 | Discrete Mathematics**

**MATH 304 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 308 | Differential Equations**

**MATH 309 | Linear Algebra for Differential Equations**

**MATH 311 | Topics in Applied Mathematics I**

**MATH 323 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 365 | Structure of Mathematics I**

**MATH 366 | Structure of Mathematics II**

**MATH 367 | Basic Concepts of Geometry**

**MATH 376 | Intermediate Abstract Algebra**

**MATH 401 | Advanced Engineering Mathematics**

**MATH 407 | Complex Variables**

**MATH 409 | Advanced Calculus I**

**MATH 410 | Advanced Calculus II**

**MATH 411 | Mathematical Probability**

**MATH 412 | Theory of Partial Differential Equations**

**MATH 414 | Fourier Series and Wavelets**

**MATH 415 | Modern Algebra I**

**MATH 416 | Modern Algebra II**

**MATH 423 | Linear Algebra II**

**MATH 433 | Applied Algebra**

**MATH 442 | Mathematical Modeling**

**MATH 447 | Principles of Analysis II**

**MATH 467 | Modern Geometry**

**PHYS 201 | College Physics I**

**PHYS 206 | Newtonian Mechanics Engr**

**STAT 211 | Principles of Statistics I**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**CHEM 1305 | Introductory Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1405 | Introductory Chemistry II**

**CHEM 1407 | Introductory Chemistry II**

**CHEM 1409 | General Chemistry for Engineers**

**CHEM 1411 | General Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1412 | General Chemistry II**

**MATH 0314 | Intermediate Algebra for MATH 1414 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0324 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1324 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0332 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1332 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0342 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1342 (NCBO)**

**MATH 1314 | College Algebra**

**MATH 1316 | Plane Trigonometry**

**MATH 1324 | Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences**

**MATH 1325 | Calculus for Business**

**MATH 1332 | Contemporary Math**

**MATH 1342 | Elementary Statistical Methods**

**MATH 1350 | Math for Teachers I**

**MATH 1351 | Math for Teachers II**

**MATH 1414 | College Algebra**

**MATH 2305 | Discrete Math**

**MATH 2318 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 2320 | Differential Equations**

**MATH 2412 | Pre-Calculus Math**

**MATH 2413 | Calculus I**

**MATH 2414 | Calculus II**

**MATH 2415 | Calculus III**

**PHYS 1401 | College Physics I**

**PHYS 1410 | Introductory Physics**

**PHYS 2325 | University Physics I**

**HIGH SCHOOL COURSES**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry Pre-AP**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry II AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Geometry**

### HS MATH | **Geometry Flipped**

### HS MATH | **Geometry Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebraic Reasoning**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Mathematical Applications in Ag, Food and Natural Resources**

### HS MATH | **Data Analysis**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus AB**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus BC**

### HS SCIENCE | **Physics I**

### HS SCIENCE | **AP Physics I**

**Education:**

### BS Mathematics, Texas A&M University

### MS Mathematics, Texas A&M University, In Progress

**Experience:**

### High School Math and Science Tutor, 2–Years

### College Tutor, 4–Years

### Professional Tutor – Aggieland Tutoring, 2022–Present

**Hobbies:**

### Tabletop Games | Movies and Anime | Video Games | Recreational Math | Programming

**Quotes of Interest:**

### “*But it ain’t about how hard you hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.*” — Rocky Balboa

### “*Physics is too hard for physicists.*” — David Hilbert

Online & In-Person

College Station

## Matthew

Online & In-Person
College Station

**ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING**

**ENGINEERING **** | ****MATHEMATICS | PHYSICS**

**Online & In-Person**

**About Matthew:**

### Matthew is a College Station native and a recent graduate of Texas A&M University, with a major in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. He understands that everyone learns differently and works with students to help them understand the material in a way that makes sense for them. He believes that students are capable of learning anything given the right environment, and always strives to create a learning environment that will allow them to reach their full potential.

**Courses Taught by Matthew:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**ECEN 214 |Electrical Circuit Theory**

**ECEN 215 | Principles of Electrical Engineering**

**ECEN 248 | Introduction to Digital Systems Design**

**ECEN 314 | Signals and Systems**

**ECEN 325 | Electronics**

**ECEN 350 | Computer Architecture and Design**

**ENGR 102 | Engineering Lab I Computation**

**ENGR 216 | Physics: Mechanics Lab 2**

**ENGR 217 | Physics: Elec/Magn Lab 3**

**MATH 140 | Math for Business**

**MATH 142 | Business Calculus**

**MATH 147 | Calculus I for Biologists**

**MATH 150 | Functions, Trig, Linear Sys**

**MATH 151 | Engineering Mathematics I**

**MATH 152 | Engineering Mathematics II**

**MATH 171 | Calculus I**

**MATH 172 | Calculus II**

**MATH 251 | Engineering Mathematics III**

**MATH 304 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 308 | Differential Equations**

**MATH 311 | Topics in Applied Mathematics I**

**MATH 414 | Fourier Series and Wavelets**

**PHYS 201 | College Physics I**

**PHYS 202 | College Physics II**

**PHYS 206 | Mechanics**

**PHYS 207 | Electricity & Magnetism**

**PHYS 216 | Physics: Mechanics Lab 2**

**PHYS 217 | Physics: Elec/Magn Lab 3**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**MATH 0314 | Intermediate Algebra for MATH 1414**

**MATH 0324 | Developmental Math for MATH 1324**

**MATH 0332 | Developmental Math for MATH 1332**

**MATH 0342 | Developmental Math for MATH 1342**

**MATH 1314 | College Algebra**

**MATH 1316 | Plane Trigonometry**

**MATH 1324 | Math for Business**

**MATH 1325 | Calculus for Business**

**MATH 1350 | Math for Teachers I**

**MATH 1351 | Math for Teachers II**

**MATH 1414 | College Algebra**

**MATH 2318 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 2320 | Differential Equations**

**MATH 2412 | Pre-Calculus Math**

**MATH 2413 | Calculus I**

**MATH 2414 | Calculus II**

**MATH 2415 | Calculus III**

**PHYS 1401 | College Physics I**

**PHYS 1402 | College Physics II**

**PHYS 1410 | Introductory Physics**

**PHYS 2325 | University Physics I**

**PHYS 2326 | University Physics II**

**HIGH SCHOOL COURSES**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Geometry**

### HS MATH | **Geometry Flipped**

### HS MATH | **Geometry Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus AB**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus BC**

### HS PHYS | **Physics I**

### HS PHYS | **AP Physics I**

### HS PHYS | **AP Physics C**

**Education:**

### College Station High School, College Station, TX

### B.S. Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, (2024)

**Experience:**

### Middle School Math Tutor, 1 Year

### FUNgineering Afterschool Program, 2 Years

### College Tutor, 3 Years

### Professional Tutor – Aggieland Tutoring, 2024-Present

**Hobbies:**

### Music | Audio Engineering | Music Production | Guitar | Video Games | Circuit Design

Online & In-Person

College Station

## Nandini (Nan)

Online & In-Person
College Station

**BIOCHEMISTRY | BIOLOGY**

**CHEMISTRY | ENGLISH**

**Online & In-Person**

**About Nan:**

### Nan was born in Los Angeles, California, and moved to Houston, Texas, at the age of three! She is on the Pre-Dental Pathway, and she is a Senior Public Health major at Texas A&M University. She loves creating a comfortable environment where questions of any kind can be asked! Knowing how difficult college courses can be by first-hand experience, Nan strives to make learning a more enjoyable experience by finding tips and tricks for difficult science courses. If she can tackle these difficult courses, so can you, and she is there for you every step of the way!

**Courses Taught by Nan:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**BICH 410 | Comprehensive Biochemistry I**

**BIOL 111 | Introductory Biology I**

**BIOL 112 | Introductory Biology II**

**CHEM 107 | General Chemistry for Engineers**

**CHEM 117 | General Chemistry for Engineers Lab**

**CHEM 119 | Fundamentals of Chemistry I**

**CHEM 120 | Fundamentals of Chemistry II**

**CHEM 227 | Organic Chemistry I**

**CHEM 228 | Organic Chemistry II**

**CHEM 237 | Organic Chemistry Lab I**

**CHEM 238 | Organic Chemistry Lab II**

**ENGL 103 | Intro to Rhetoric and Composition**

**ENGL 104 | Composition and Rhetoric**

**ENGL 210 | Technical and Business Writing**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**BIOL 1108 | Biology for Non-Science Majors Lab I**

**BIOL 1308 | Biology for Non-Science Majors I**

**BIOL 1406 | Biology for Science Majors I**

**BIOL 1407 | Biology for Science Majors II**

**CHEM 1305 | Introductory Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1409 | General Chemistry for Engineers**

**CHEM 1411 | General Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1412 | General Chemistry II**

**CHEM 2423 | Organic Chemistry I**

**CHEM 2425 | Organic Chemistry II**

**ENGL 1301 | Composition I**

**ENGL 1302 | Composition II**

**ENGL 2311 | Technical Writing**

**HIGH SCHOOL COURSES**

### HS BIOL | **Biology**

### HS BIOL | **Biology Pre-AP**

### HS BIOL | **Biology II AP**

### HS BIOL | **Biology II AP**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry Pre-AP**

### HS CHEM | **Chemistry II AP**

### HS ENGL | **English I**

### HS ENGL | **English I Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English I Pre-AP**

### HS ENGL | **English II**

### HS ENGL | **English II Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English II Pre-AP**

### HS ENGL | **English III**

### HS ENGL | **English III Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English III AP**

### HS ENGL | **English IV**

### HS ENGL | **English IV Honors**

### HS ENGL | **English IV AP**

### HS ENGL | **English IV Dual Enrollment/Blinn College Freshman English**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II Pre-AP**

**Education:**

### Cleveland High School, Cleveland, TX (2021)

### B.S. Public Health, Texas A&M University, In Progress

**Experience:**

### Professional Tutor – Aggieland Tutoring, 2024–Present

Online & In-Person

College Station

## Nikitha

Online & In-Person
College Station

**BIOCHEMISTRY | BIOLOGY | CHEMISTRY**

**Online & In-Person**

**About Nikitha:**

### Nikitha is a Houston native and a pre-med kinesiology major at Texas A&M University. She strives to make difficult subjects more enjoyable for students! She excels at creating an environment for students to feel comfortable sharing their questions and confusions.

**Courses Taught by Nikitha:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**BICH 410 | Comprehensive Biochemistry I**

**BIOL 111 | Introductory Biology I**

**BIOL 112 | Introductory Biology II**

**BIOL 319 | Human Anatomy & Physiology I**

**BIOL 320 | Human Anatomy & Physiology II**

**BIOL 351 | Microbiology**

**CHEM 107 | General Chemistry for Engineers**

**CHEM 119 | Fundamentals of Chemistry I**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**BIOL 1108 | Biology for Non-Science Majors Laboratory I**

**BIOL 1308 | Biology for Non-Science Majors I**

**BIOL 1406 | Biology for Science Majors I**

**BIOL 1407 | Biology for Science Majors II**

**BIOL 2401 | Human Anatomy & Physiology I**

**BIOL 2402 | Human Anatomy & Physiology II**

**BIOL 2404 | Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology**

**BIOL 2420 | Microbiology for Non-Science Majors**

**BIOL 2421 | Microbiology**

**CHEM 1305 | Introductory Chemistry I**

**CHEM 1409 | General Chemistry For Engineers**

**CHEM 1411 | General Chemistry I**

**Education:**

### B.S. Kinesiology-Basic Exercise Science, Texas A&M University, (2021 – Present)

**Hobbies:**

### Tennis | Baking | Working Out

Online & In-Person

College Station

## Savannah

In-Person Only
College Station

**MATHEMATICS**

**In-Person Only**

**About Savannah:**

### Coming Soon

**Courses Taught by Savannah:**

**TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY**

**CSCE 111 | Intro to Comp Sci Concepts**

**MATH 102 | Algebra**

**MATH 140 | Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences**

**MATH 142 | Business Calculus**

**MATH 147 | Calculus I for Biologists**

**MATH 148 | Calculus II for Biologists**

**MATH 150 | Functions, Trigonometry and Linear Systems**

**MATH 151 | Engineering Mathematics I**

**MATH 152 | Engineering Mathematics II**

**MATH 167 | Explorations in Mathematics**

**MATH 168 | Finite Mathematics**

**MATH 170 | Freshman Mathematics Lab**

**MATH 171 | Calculus I**

**MATH 172 | Calculus II**

**MATH 221 | Several Variable Calculus**

**MATH 251 | Engineering Mathematics III**

**MATH 253 | Engineering Mathematics III**

**MATH 300 | Foundations of Mathematics**

**MATH 302 | Discrete Mathematics**

**MATH 304 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 308 | Differential Equations**

**MATH 323 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 365 | Structure of Mathematics I**

**MATH 366 | Structure of Mathematics II**

**MATH 367 | Basic Concepts of Geometry**

**MATH 375 | Intermediate Real Analysis**

**MATH 376 | Intermediate Abstract Algebra**

**MATH 396 | Communications in Mathematics**

**MATH 409 | Advanced Calculus I**

**MATH 410 | Advanced Calculus II**

**MATH 411 | Mathematical Probability**

**MATH 415 | Modern Algebra I**

**MATH 423 | Linear Algebra II**

**MATH 433 | Applied Algebra**

**MATH 436 | Introduction to Topology**

**MATH 446 | Principles of Analysis I**

**MATH 446 | Principles of Analysis I**

**MATH 447 | Principles of Analysis II**

**BLINN COLLEGE**

**MATH 0314 | Intermediate Algebra for MATH 1414 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0324 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1324 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0332 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1332 (NCBO)**

**MATH 0342 | Developmental Mathematics for MATH 1342 (NCBO)**

**MATH 1314 | College Algebra**

**MATH 1316 | Plane Trigonometry**

**MATH 1324 | Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences**

**MATH 1325 | Calculus for Business**

**MATH 1332 | Contemporary Math**

**MATH 1350 | Math for Teachers I**

**MATH 1351 | Math for Teachers II**

**MATH 1414 | College Algebra**

**MATH 2305 | Discrete Math**

**MATH 2318 | Linear Algebra**

**MATH 2320 | Differential Equations**

**MATH 2412 | Pre-Calculus Math**

**MATH 2413 | Calculus I**

**MATH 2414 | Calculus II**

**MATH 2415 | Calculus III**

**HIGH SCHOOL COURSES**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I**

### HS MATH | **Algebra I Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Geometry**

### HS MATH | **Geometry Flipped**

### HS MATH | **Geometry Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Algebraic Reasoning**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II**

### HS MATH | **Algebra II Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **Mathematical Applications in Ag, Food and Natural Resources**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus**

### HS MATH | **Pre-Calculus Pre-AP**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus AB**

### HS MATH | **AP Calculus BC**

**Education:**

### Central High School, Pollok, TX

### B.S. Mathematics, Texas A&M University, In Progress

**Experience:**

### Professional Tutor – Aggieland Tutoring, 2024–Present

In-Person Only

College Station