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I can help you in AP Calculus AB and college-level Calculus 1. I taught Calculus 1 for several semesters at Virginia Commonwealth University and I was a recitation instructor for Calculus 3 for two semesters at Rutgers University. I tutored grade school students up through calculus students on the side while I was at school because I absolutely adore teaching math. Since then, I graduated from Rutgers University in 2016 with my Masters in mathematics and then moved to Washington, DC as a full... [more]

I am a recent college graduate who majored in mathematics and political science. In my last year at college I worked as a tutor for other college students and a teaching assistant for my math department. I took a year off after school and worked as a freelance tutor as well as with a math tutoring center, and I am now back at school doing a masters program in mathematics. I'm looking to continue my tutoring work while at school and I'm happy to be working with students of all ages.... [more]

I firmly believe in the limitless potential of each and every one of my students. I discovered during my high school years that determination, organization skills and just plain hard work can help each of us tap into that limitless potential. My success on the PSAT was a revelation that inspired me to work harder: I earned a full-tuition National Merit Scholarship to study Economics and International Studies at American University. In 2014, I prepared for the GRE and earned a 328/340 (with a ... [more]

I have experience teaching an Algebra 2 class. As such, I am very comfortable with the material. I aim to help students break down problems into manageable steps so that they can approach the solution with confidence. I have over ten years of experience tutoring various subjects from writing and elementary math to college level statistics. I started tutoring as a way to assist my friends and family members who were in need of help, and I ultimately followed my desire to teach and help others into a career in teaching. I am currently working as a teacher in a local private school. I teach Physi [more]

I have been tutoring Algebra 2 since I was 14 years old because the kids sitting next to me in high school would ask me how to do different problems. I have a degree in Engineering from UCLA and my math skills are what got me through it! Most importantly I can explain the material well and make it easier. Tutoring is my full time job. With well over 20 years of teaching/tutoring experience, I doubt there are many tutors as patient, talented or effective as I am. I bring a lot more to the table than what you see "on paper" and am constantly told by my students how well I explain things. Th [more]

I'm a PhD Student in Structural Engineering at George Washington University. I studied my high school and undergraduate studies in Iran and came to united states to pursue my education with full scholarship. I have been a teaching assistant at GWU for the past 4 years helping students with different topics in Civil Engineering. I have also tutored high school students and undergrads with their courses in math and physics. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry, Cal... [more]

I have a PhD in Chemistry and an Associate's degree in General Studies. I have tutored high school and college level students in chemistry, physics and math for the past 13 years with proven results. Many students have told me that I was able to explain a concept to their understanding much easier and quicker than their current teachers. I also try to make learning fun and exciting whenever possible. In addition, it may direct them towards a career in science, filling the growing future... [more]

I have tutored Algebra I, II and College Algebra for three years. My students have ranged from High School to College Athletes. I have worked with students from private, public and charter schools, so I have seen a broad range of curriculums. I love to make Math fun and look forward to helping your student make quantitative gains in this challenging subject area. My educational career started five years ago as an academic tutor and strategist for the University of Mississippi's Athletics Department. After completing my Chemistry degree and Biology and English minors I relocated to San Ant [more]

Mathematical skills are useful tools for day-to-day interaction and each individual has natural abilities that can be discovered and nurtured, given the proper coaching. I provide tutoring and homework assistance in Math for students from the 1st grade to the 11th grade (i.e., elementary math, pre-algebra, basic algebra and geometry). I worked at Yonkers Public Schools System in Westchester County, New York from 2002 to 2005, Where I taught math and science at both elementary and middle schoo... [more]

Unlike the situation for Algebra 1,it is hard to point to a single central topic in Algebra 2 as being the key to successful mastery of the subject. There are numerous topic areas that must be worked. In a meeting with a new student in Algebra 2, I talk with the student in an attempt to identify the ones for which he/she may need assistance. To be sure, there are links between the topic areas. I point these out at every opportunity in order to build bridges to material that the student may know well. A simple example of this is the trigonometric identity sin^2 + cos^2 = 1. I explain to th [more]

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