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I need a tutor in civil engineering

IgaronyaIgaronya Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
Hello all,

Please advise/recommend/solicit a good tutor that knows subjects in Civil Engineering. Especially, I'm struggling in structural engineering classes like Structural Analysis. I'm in my undergraduate degree with 300 level classes. I feel like my professor is not doing a good job explaining. Sometimes professors are knowledgeable but they are totally deficient at transferring that knowledge to students. Or I don't get the idea that they use fancy terms and kind of making it more complicated explaining since it's university and we should be on that level studying. I don't care what level I am if I don't understand the subject. Isn't that what it all matters at the end, to know the material even though if somebody explained to you using 3rd grade words and techniques. I believe students that have been explained "low level" way, using 3rd grade words and techniques are more proficient in their subjects than those that think they can learn even when professor explains on university level language. Well anyway, I would gladly appreciate if somebody can refer a good tutor in structural engineering subjects. I'm willing to pay a good price if tutor is extremely skilled at explanations and teaching method. Thank you all in advance.
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