Owner & Founderaaron@aggielandtutoring.com281-639-0303TEXT ONLY - Please do not call
MATH | ADVANCED STUDIES
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 he decided to open a tutoring company called Tutor Aaron in 2011. Seeing the need for private tutoring and having experienced the very same need as a student, Aaron decided the direction of his company would focus entirely on private tutoring and nothing else. After just 1 year doing business as Tutor Aaron, the decision was made to hire more tutors and open a new company called Aggieland Tutoring. It has always been Aaron’s dream to be able to help as many students as possible. This dream has grown, through many ups and downs, into a staple for Aggies (and Bucks) throughout the Brazos Valley.
Bridges International – Volunteer Staff, 2011-2013
Grace Bible Church – Volunteer, 2010-2012
Central Baptist Church – Volunteer, 2017-Present
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 two beautiful daughters named Kaitlyn (14 y/o) and Jasmine (1 y/o)!
Outside of work, Aaron’s family is the center of his world!
Do what you love & love what you do — Then every day is a vacation
Work hard, Pray harder
Tennis | Bowling | Rock Climbing | Camping | Hiking | Canoeing | Snowboarding | Fly Fishing | Movie Watching | Watching My Aggie Football | PC Games
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
Tutordavid@aggielandtutoring.com281-961-5739TEXT ONLY - Please do not call
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY | CHEMISTRY | MATH
MCAT | MEDICINE | PHYSICS
ADVANCED STUDY SKILLS for PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL
David is a fourth-year medical student at Texas A&M University College of Medicine and is currently taking a year off of medicine to pursue his MBA at Mays Business School. He studied BMEN at TAMU as well as medical physics for two years at Tarleton State University. He has received wonderful feedback from the students he has tutored over the years and he loves teaching. David can help students immensely with Anatomy & Physiology, as this has been his focus while working on his MD for the past 3 years. After graduating from Biomedical Engineering, David attributes his success to his highly refined study skills. He is friendly, laid back, and super easy to work with.
Tutoredmond@aggielandtutoring.com832-275-0986TEXT ONLY - Please do not call
CHEMISTRY | MATH
Edmond is a senior Civil Engineering major with a focus in Water Resources at Texas A&M University. He knows the frustration of being unable to understand the material due to inadequate teaching. He aspires to help students conquer difficult classes by breaking down material in a way that’s easy to understand and remember. Edmond is very patient, approachable, and loves being able to help whenever he can.
Courses Taught by Edmond:
MATH 141 | 142 | 150 | 151
MATH 1324 | 1325 | 2412 | 2413
DeBakey High School for Health Professions, Houston, TX
Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Art & Design | 2D & 3D Modeling | Chess | Basketball | Cooking
Tutorfelipe@aggielandtutoring.com469-222-8751TEXT ONLY - Please do not call
MATH | MEEN | PHYS
Born in Mexico, Felipe is a Master’s student in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University. Since his high school years in Dallas, TX, he has always enjoyed helping students with physics and math. His favorite way to learn (and teach) is to draw connections to current knowledge, turning unfamiliar concepts into old friends. He also loves to be creative when helping his students understand new ideas, whether it’s by drawing pictures, creating an analogy, or just looking at things from a different angle.
Tutorjennifer@aggielandtutoring.com214-908-3808TEXT ONLY - Please do not call
AGRICULTURE & LIFE SCIENCES
BIOLOGY | GENETICS
WILDLIFE & FISHERIES
Jennifer is a 7th year Ph.D. Student at Texas A&M University in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Currently, she also works for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service as a Program Specialist and Watershed Coordinator. She has extensive teaching experience both in and outside of the classroom. Her love of teaching comes from her love of learning and sharing that passion with others. Jennifer would love to help you cultivate curiosity about your courses because she believes that if you can find interest or application in each class, you have a personal reason to work hard and succeed.
Laboratory Reports (Biology, Chemistry, and similar fields)
Study techniques for students in the natural sciences
Study techniques for those with learning disabilities
Bishop Lynch College Preparatory School
B.A. Biology, Austin College (2005)
M.A. Biology, Humboldt State University (2010)
M.AT. in Science Education, the University of Texas at Dallas (on hold)
Ph.D. Wildlife and Fisheries, Texas A&M University (exp 2018)
Biology Laboratory TA, Humboldt State University (2006-2008)
Middle School/High School Teacher, Allen Academy (2009-2010)
Wildlife Laboratory TA, Texas A&M University (2010-2014)
Faculty Lab Instructor, Dept. of Biology, Texas A&M University (2015-2016)
Part-time Science Tutor since 2002
Youth softball coach (2006-2010)
Assist with local STEM youth events
City of College Station Citizens University, 2016 graduate
College Station Citizens Police Academy, 2016 graduate
Board Member for Informal Science Educators Association (ISEA) of Texas
More About Jennifer:
Jennifer has 15+ years helping students with learning disabilities, especially dyslexia and 10+ years with students who have ADD/ADHD, Anxiety (including testing anxiety), and depression/bi-polar.
Jennifer enjoys helping students with career advice, improving their resume while still in college, and helping students balance school, friends, and organizational demands.
Jennifer prides herself on helping students understand the material, not just memorize it. She understands students have different learning styles and works hard to ensure her students are comprehending the material by using the best teaching practice for each student.
Do unto others as you would like done unto you.
When you can’t find the sunshine, be the sunshine.
Photography | Gardening | DIY Projects with friends | Cycling and Softball | Bird-watching
Quotes of Interest:
“The best teacher you will ever have will be your own experiences.” — Jennifer Cary
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” — Benjamin Franklin
“Once you stop learning, you start dying.” — Albert Einstein
“It isn’t what we say or think that defines us, but what we do.” — Jane Austen