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Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.96 181 ratings

I graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in Brain and Cognitive Sciences in June 2013, and I currently work as an instructor at an independent teaching and educational research institute. In high school, I graduated as valedictorian. I took multiple AP math and science courses, in addition to serving as president of my school's Science Honor Society and participating as a member of my school's Math Honor Society. I scored a 31 (out of 36) on the ACT and a 2020 (out of 2400) on the... [more]

I tailor my teaching style to each of my student's intuitive train of thought. This practice involves a careful analysis of the student's strengths and weaknesses as well as an assessment of his/her instinctive method in determining the solution. I exercise a high degree of patience by initially allowing my students to work through each problem before I intervene. This enables a continuous feedback loop for me and an autonomous learning structure for them, which ultimately translates to succe... [more]

I have a degree in Computer Systems from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Prior to moving to Florida I majored in Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts. I have been tutoring the ACT/SAT and the associated math subjects (Pre-Algebra,Algebra I/II, Geometry, and Trig) for the last 5 years at a top tutoring facility in Boca Raton. The Math section of the ACT consists of 60 multiple choice questions to be completed in 60 minutes. Therefore, I employ a host of test techniques which include time management, relevance, and elimination methods. [more]

I majored in Math in Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey. Also got my master from the same university. Now, I am currently a PhD student in Math at Tulane University. I've been TAing/tutoring for several elementary/advanced level math courses in the last couple of years. My primary mission is to provide students with the understanding they need to succeed in mathematics. I offer year long tutoring, short term test prep, or full course instruction. To achieve success, I work with a learner in a p... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.93 87 ratings

I am a public school math teacher with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from UCLA and a passion for mathematics and physics. In addition, I am a painter and write short fiction and poetry. Ultimately, learning is about using one's creative power and applying it to the different subjects; it involves recognizing one's strengths and using them to create knowledge structures that can support effective learning. That and creating a positive atmosphere are two of my main tutoring go... [more]

Hello my name is Katie and I am an interdisciplinary private tutor. I graduated from Yale University (MFA, 2015) and UCLA as a Regent Scholar (BA, 2011). I have 8+ years of extensive experience private tutoring and teaching one-on-one and group sessions, test prep, study skills, and homeschool. My specialty is one-on-one discussion and identification of specific error patterns, for increased academic performance. I love to teach and I gain fulfillment from empowering my students to forge thei... [more]

I have been tutoring undergraduate and graduate level mathematics on weekly basis for more than 3 years. I have more than 80 graduate credit hours in mathematics. Most of the above mentioned classes commonly use the techniques learned in this course. Mathematics is easy only for Will Hunting. For the rest of us it is only easy one small step at the time. Gifted students and/or interesting subjects will get a significant discount. My tutoring methods are limited to the first order logic within Zermelo-Fraenkel system and with heavy use of the law of excluded middle and the Axiom of Choice. I [more]

I spent 19 years teaching math, and have tutored nearly as long. I also spent a couple of years working in Sylvan Learning Center and Huntington Learning Center after school. While I take my teaching and tutoring seriously, I love to have fun while working with my students. My word problems always involve references to Superman, Doctor Who, Avengers, and other geeky or funny things. I believe that math can be fun if it's presented properly. I enjoy tutoring because it's just teaching; ... [more]

Hi Everybody, My name is Richard, and I may be the ideal math tutor for you. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Master's degree in Engineering. While at school, I worked as a teaching assistant for various courses, including a graduate level probability course. I have been tutoring for over 11 years now. I specialize in high school math such as Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Probability and Statistics all the way to SAT exam preparation. Almost all the students who sought my ... [more]

Hello, my name is Evan. I have been tutoring over ten years now. I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in English and Master's Degree in Special Education. I got into tutoring because I wanted to make a difference in education in a private setting. I have tutored many subjects throughout the years, but I specialize in helping students who have special needs or learning disabilities as well as SAT/ACT preparation. In addition to this, I treat each situation differently. I understand each student... [more]

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