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I have loved math all my life and I took lots of it in school as I obtained my BS in Electrical Engineering Technology. I even attended math contests. Now I have the opportunity to help others with their math. I have been tutoring for more than nine years and I really enjoy it. I work with students in middle school, high school and college level math. My daytime job, for six plus years, was tutoring college students in math and electronics. I don't just give out the answers but I help the student with the methods to find the answers. I can help with algebra I and II, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, AP calculus, math I, II and III. I am also very good with computers and Microsoft Excel.

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Jerome’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: Kennesaw State University - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering Technology


I enjoy trading options on the stock market. Also, I flip houses and enjoy being "Mr. Fixit", getting them ready for sale.

Tutoring Subjects

ACT Math


Algebra 2

Applied Mathematics



Business Calculus

College Algebra

College Math

Discrete Math

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Finite Mathematics



Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Office


Personal Finance




Technology and Coding

Test Prep


Q & A

What is your teaching philosophy?

With math, confidence can be built with baby steps. By this I mean to make sure they can work the easy problems comfortably before going on to more complex problems.

What might you do in a typical first session with a student?

I don't like to waste the student's time, so after brief introductions I ask the student if they have problems that they have missed on a recent quiz or test, or questions about problems they need to know for an upcoming test. I don't want to waste time going over math that the student already knows. I like to jump right into whatever they are experiencing difficulty with.

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