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I am currently a substitute teacher and have been for the past 3 years now. I have large amount of experience tutoring at both the high school and college levels in math and chemistry. I have had a fair amount of experience working with challenged individuals. These have included both a blind veteran and numerous students with learning disabilities. While I am not certified in this area of education, I feel it has allowed me to better understand a number of students that I encounter. ... [more]

Hello! My name is Brian and I grew up around the Merrimack Valley area. I attended Wake Forest University and graduated in 2008 with a BS in Health Sciences. Being involved in a premed academic track, I enrolled in many different biology, chemistry, and mathematics courses. With this wealth of experience and knowledge, I like to blend in a very open learning environment with students. I can sympathize with the fact that some of this material is difficult to initially grab a hold of and un... [more]

I have had 30 years experience in programming. My true love is APL. APL is an advance language that is relatively easy to learn. It is extremely powerful and flexible. It can process multiple dimension arrays. For someone who wants to do their own programming, it is an ideal solution. I have a thorough grounding in high school and college math. Algebra, Trigonometry, Computational Calculus. I am an experienced programmer. I started out with BASIC, the Fortran, and finally APL. ... [more]

For most students, algebra is the first step into 'higher math'. There are a number of new concepts and thought processes that are needed to successfully take this step. The best process here is usually and steady and consistent review of the subject matter combined with many practice problems until a solid level of comfort is reached. I have over 20 years experience helping student improve their performance in math courses and standardized tests. I have an BS in Engineering with Math minor and also an MBA but more importantly, I have found that many of my 'secrets' of success can be easily [more]

I have a Ph.D in Engineering from Case Western Reserve University. I have a lot of Experience in teaching math & Science, and am an experienced Teacher who can help with SAT, GED, CMT CAPT, GRE and GMAT. I can teach one to one or in groups. I can come to the student's home if within 3-5 miles from Hamden Library. I like to teach the basics and fundamentals of the subject. I am passionate about teaching and truly enjoy it.... [more]

**Skype tutoring available** **Group tutoring now available - if you can get a group of students together you can all benefit from a discounted rate** Does your student lack motivation? Does he/she hate studying and find it difficult? Are they overwhelmed and don't know where to start? Do they lack certain reading, writing, or critical thinking skills that are holding them back from doing well? Did they score below the 60th percentile? I can help. I will give your students the guidance th... [more]

I am a patient math tutor that loves to challenge people who think "Math is hard." Indeed, math is not the easiest of subjects but once it is PROPERLY explained to a student, it will be much easier to understand. I've taught math after school at the High School level in Queens and tutored students at York College during my attendance there. I've scored on the William Lowell mathematical competition (most people score a zero) the first three years I took it. My goal is to help you fully unders... [more]

Learning is the most central part of my life, and I am always keen to help others accomplish learning as well. I provide tutoring in languages and math. I earned a BA in Linguistics from USC and and MA in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (NELC) from Ohio State, and I'm currently a graduate student at Yale, in the NELC department. Languages I tutor include: - all areas of English: SAT/ACT reading and writing, grammar, proofreading, etc. - French: I took several years of courses in grade s... [more]

As an undergraduate student at Georgia State University (GSU), I observed that the most successful scientists are those who care. This generosity of spirit towards other people, manifested through continuous, passionate, and never-ending dedication to intellectual enlightenment, is an essential part of academic life. This is how one makes a difference. I make a difference through my commitment to teaching. For example, during my sophomore year I tutored one-on-one approximately 150 calculus s... [more]

BA mathematics. MeD Education. Ct certified, teaching and tutoring math for 10 years. Hi all! I have been teaching math and tutoring all high school math subjects for a decade. I love tutoring for the one on one experience is very rewarding to both the student and me. My schooling has been through a strong mathematics study. My undergraduate degree is in mathematics. Upon graduation, I decided to pursue teaching because I loved tutoring others in college. That brought me to take classes at the graduate level in both mathematics and education. Please contact me... [more]

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