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Hello! My name is Christine, and I have been teaching since 2004. I have a B.S. in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley and a M.S. in mathematics from California State University. I currently teach at the University level and have taught everything from basic math and algebra all the way up to calculus. I started my college career at a community college. The first class I ever taught was Intro to Statistics and it is the class I have taught more than any other course. I have also taught... [more]

I can help you increase your ACT score by understanding how the designers of the test think and what they expect. You will take practice tests developed by the people who develop the actual test (and take the practice test on your time). When we meet we will only review your incorrect responses and help you understand what to do the next time to pick the correct response. I'm a lifelong learner who enjoys sharing my passion for learning with others. I enjoy teaching and I'm patient with students. I focus on coaching students on the learning process as well as the content. I believe that eve [more]

I graduated from one of the top liberal arts schools in the nation (Grinnell College) with a degree in Classical Languages. While there, I studied subjects from Linear Algebra and Differential Equations to Greek Lyric Poetry and the writings of Ovid. While this is all well and good, there are many who can claim the same or similar. What differentiates me is the desire and ability to understand the student and communicate in the manner the helps them understand the best. Having studied a b... [more]

Teaching is what I do! I have TAed multiple classes and taught dozens of students piano and STEM topics. I tutor students in all math categories, physics, chemistry, biology, and others, as well as teach piano! I only teach concepts that I'm completely fluent in, however, so you always get the absolute best instruction possible! For STEM teaching, I have tutored over 2 dozen students and helped many achieve great results. I have tutored students in math ranging from Prealgebra to Calculus... [more]

I have always had a great appreciation for learning and teaching. My current role as a postdoctoral researcher involves mentoring a lot of new students and introducing them to the concepts and experiments we use in our lab. I have significant experience as a teacher and mentor, but also as a learner, so I am very conscientious of how much a student can handle at one time, and how to take different approaches to tackle a problem. There is nothing I love more than helping someone to understand ... [more]

I have a degree in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech and I have several years of tutoring experience. While in college, I was a member of an honor and service organization in which I tutored sophomores and juniors for their math final exams. I was also a student assistant at a nearby high school where I served as a floating resource in an Algebra and Accelerated Algebra class. After graduating, I taught high school math for three years, including Geometry, Algebra 2, Accelerated Precalcu... [more]

I have a PhD in Sociology and a Master?s degree in Applied Statistics. I was a college teacher in China for 3 years and taught Sociology and Statistics courses in the U.S. (usually as TA or instructor for about 8 years). I am good at teaching social sciences, statistics, math, Chinese and test-taking skills.... [more]

Hey there. My name is Alf, and I'm a math tutor. I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics at Pomona College in the 1990s, but then turned my attention to non-mathematical pursuits. In the years since then, I have done tutoring in math off and on. I've done the most tutoring with adult GED students in math, science, and other subjects; this would probably be my best fit. However, I'm also comfortable working with high school students in math classes up until around the Calculus I ... [more]

I worked in finance as a derivatives trader for 15 years making real-time risk decisions involving multi-dimensional quantitative problems. I?ve always been attracted to quantitative problems because I am more verbal/cerebral/?right-brained? by nature. After reading that the secret to Einstein?s historic intelligence was a colossally-sized corpus callosum I wanted to see if I could strengthen my own corpus callosum by developing my left-brain and recruiting right-brain neurons to be left-... [more]

My name is Britt Kassel and I studied Mathematics and Education at Michigan State University. I moved to Denver in the Winter of 2014 and taught middle school math through 2015. Prior to graduation from college I was a Teaching Assistant for College Algebra and worked at Michigan State's Math Learning Center as a private and group tutor. My interest in teaching math has grown from my own challenge with the subject. At a young age I took a liking to the subject but often struggled to fully... [more]

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