I’m glad you stopped by. I specialize in helping students in your situation.
My name is Ouray. I’m a student at Arizona State University, and I’m studying Aerospace Engineering. Right now, I’m taking courses in vibrational analysis, and aircraft systems design. As you may guess, my major requires a strong understanding of mathematics… so you can be pretty confident that I am good with numbers.
I have been successfully tutoring students for ten years. I started in high school and continued into college. I have helped many students with GED prep, their homework, and their exams.
My goal is to help you understand the core basics of the curriculum and to develop the skills you need to achieve your goals. All I ask from you is that you are eager and ready to learn.
I guarantee that my background, experience and knack for making complicated concepts straightforward will help you to meet your educational goals. Complete your information in the box above and then we can get started. The sooner we meet, the sooner you can stop struggling with complicated math concepts and start mastering them.
The Upward Bound Project (UB) at Arizona State University (ASU) is a federally funded college-preparatory program that serves high school students who are either low-income and/or potential first-generation college students. Upward Bound's mission at ASU is to assist students with graduating high school, entering college, and earning a baccalaureate degree.
I provide tutoring support for students at the high school level. I offer private and group lessons for all participants of the UB program. I cover all math topics ranging from Algebra to Calculus. My goal as an Academic Tutor is to provide a deep understanding of the basic math concepts for each subject.
I supported a diverse range of students who struggled with basic and calculus type assignments. I used theory and examples to help students understand their material. At the end of the semester, our staff supported 1000 students. The students we guided received their GED’s, and/or moved on to degree type programs at the main campus, University of New Mexico.