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I have been tutoring all high school and college math courses, and many science courses, for the past 20 years with students of all abilities, from those who have a phobia of math to those who are looking for a little edge to get them into a top-tier college/graduate school, including Algebra 1. I generally use the students' current knowledge and ask probing questions to get them to teach themselves the material and bring in experiences to facilitate learning (I find this Socratic method works best for retention), but, when needed, will lecture. [more]

I was a graduate student in mathematics at Caltech and a postdoc at Columbia University. I left academia to work in industry, but I enjoy teaching. I have written dozens of articles and a book on applying mathematics for general audiences. I'm working on a parent's guide to algebra and book on applying economics to improve environmentalism. I've tutored mathematics, statistics, economics, computer science, and programming since 2013 on other sites. My goal is to make the material make sen... [more]

I'm an experienced teacher who loves helping students achieve their educational goals. I have a B.A. (History; Math), two M.A.'s (European History; History of Science, Medicine, & Technology), and a wide range of teaching: taught many different college history courses; high school math; junior high math and science; ESL in Taiwan; chess. Also have good standardized test scores (e.g., GRE 790V, 780M, 720A; "competitive" score on the NSA's Professional Qualifications T... [more]

Hi, I'm Ramsey! I graduated from Union College in 2012 with a B.S. in Chemistry and French and a minor in Math. After graduation, I headed down south to start my PhD in Chemistry at the University of Georgia carrying out research in Inorganic chemistry. While in graduate school, I taught 8 semesters of Organic Chemistry Lab (4 semesters of Modern Organic Chemistry I and 4 semesters of Modern Organic Chemistry II) and was a teaching assistant for Inorganic Chemistry. I just completed my PhD... [more]

My profession is computer science and I was an instructor at Wheaton College in Norton for a while. I taught linear algebra there. You can do more than you think you can. Of all the lessons I've learned, that's probably the most important. Over the years I've had the privilege of teaching people of all ages many things. I've taught both academic subject (computer science and math) as well as physical subjects (martial arts). As a professional software engineer, visiting professor, father of 5, and third degree black belt, I've faced many challenges. Through those, I've learned what I li [more]

Have you signed up for the CFA exam and are overwhelmed with the curriculum? Are you struggling with your college finance, economics, or statistics classes? I can help!! I have a Ph.D. in finance with over 20 years of college teaching experience. I am also a CFA Charterholder. Since 2006 I have been teaching CFA classes for a well known and highly respected CFA prep provider in the industry. I have had EXCELLENT student ratings which I will share with you if and when you decide to use my se... [more]

High School Resource teacher working on all academic content. My students have successfully passed the MCAS. I am a Special Education Teacher with 30 years' experience in teaching and tutoring students in grades PreK-HS. I have successfully taught children diagnosed with varying disabilities, including ADD/ADHD, ASD, physical challenges, Language disorders, Specific Learning Dusabilities, and behavioral/emotional concerns, grades Prek-HS, both in the public and Private setting. I have a passion for teaching all children and helping them to succeed, meet their potential, and become indepe [more]

I received 100% for a passing score on the WyzAnt test for this subject. I've taught Algebra 1 for years. I've been teaching high school Math for about 17 years in Providence. I've taught everything from Pre-Algebra to Pre-Calculus. I've also tutored beginning Calculus. I've worked with all sorts of graphing calculators. I've worked with special education students mixed into my classes. Presently I am constantly attending professional development for the new Common Core Standards that RI has adopted.... [more]

I came to America after finishing college and got my Ph.D. in biology. I worked as an adjunct professor for a couple of years but turned down a full time teaching job offer. As my children goes through the local school system, I can see how much a teacher (both public school teachers and private tutors) can influence the life of a student. I would like to be a positive influence for you or your child. I can teach Chinese and biology related subjects. Chinese is one of the hardest language to... [more]

I am a sociology professor with a background (and degree) in law, and I have been teaching and tutoring for over a decade. I scored in the 98th percentile on the LSAT and have been helping others master the exam since then. I am also familiar with the material covered in all portions of the GRE and SAT. My approach as a tutor is highly individualized. Each person thinks and approaches the world differently, and this certainly extends to standardized tests. I use several methods to break d... [more]

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