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I often see a glazed look come over my students' faces when I mention synthetic division or conic sections for the first time. Advanced algebra always seems complicated to the uninitiated. I know how to help them see that polynomials are just the next step after quadratics and that sequences are just special kinds of lists. Over the past few years, I have helped numerous math students raise failing grades to A's, tackling everything from basic arithmetic to advanced calculus. Factoring problems? I'm your man. Don't understand congruence proofs? I can help. Over-intimidated by trigonometric ide [more]

Tutored on Algebra 2 topics during high school, college, and as a GMAT instructor for three years. Scored in the 99th percentile on the GMAT. Recognized as a Top 100 Tutor on Wyzant.com who helps students and professionals across the world succeed. Scored in the 99th percentile on the GMAT and taught for Veritas. Taught financial management online for the past 5 years. Tutor full-time, professional, and executive MBAs. I'm a friendly, calm individual who is good at observing what you're struggling with, demonstrating effective problem solving techniques, and then helping you implement tho [more]

Qualified to teach all math required for classes up to and including upper division physics. Hi, I'm Ben. I graduated magna cum laude from high school in the 98th percentile for my SAT scores, and recently graduated with honors from The University of Texas at Austin with a BS in Physics. I scored in top percentiles on the GRE, and got an 800 (77th percentile) on the Physics GRE. I'm in my fifth and final year in the physics PhD program at Georgia Tech; I work in the Yunker Lab on soft condensed matter with a specialty mechanics of biofilms. Qualifications: As an undergrad, I was a... [more]

"Putting one foot in front of the other", is a simple motion but crucial if one is to move forward from one point to another under their own power. Algebra, is this step that carries one from a basic math concept to higher math. My unique style gives students the confidence they need to make those steps and move forward. Welcome, it is my great pleasure to give you an educational experience that has been proven over and over in different cultural backgrounds and different levels. I currently tutor adults seeking their high school diploma and students in grades first through twelth grade. I ha [more]

Hello! My name is Lashon and I am a professional in the power industry with 10 years of work experience and 3 technical degrees (BS in Mathematics, BS in Electrical Engineering and MS in Electrical Engineering). I earned my degrees from Spelman College, Georgia Tech, and Stanford University. I love teaching and find that tutoring is a great way to teach outside of working hours! I have volunteered with different organizations (Xcel Educational Services, Summer Search Foundation) in the pa... [more]

Hello! My name is Virginia, and I am currently in my third year of the Actuarial Science Program at Georgia State University. I will complete my degree a year early, my projected graduation being Summer 2017. Yay!! My strongest subjects are in mathematics, and I specialize in Calculus and Statistics. I have also taken many Accounting and Finance classes. My current GPA is a 4.13, and I am in the Honors Program at GSU. Additionally, I teach after school programs in Science and Robotics. I have... [more]

I have been tutoring a student this year who is taking Algebra II and she's had consistent A's in her course. I love math. I love the way it fits together, the way it works, the way that when you see a pattern, something that always seems to work, that there must a mathematical reason behind it. But I know that everyone doesn't love math the way that I do. It is my mission to help students understand math, to see how it fits together, and to become independent, successful learners. I know that takes time and consistency, both of which I am more than willing to provide. I am a former math [more]

I have been tutoring algebra 2 for the past six years. I am incredibly passionate about math, which can be seen in my teaching style. My method is to teach a certain problem and do an example and then to let the student try it with assistance. This way, they can learn techniques on how to do their math problems on their own! Hi! My name is Hailee and I recently graduated from Georgia Tech. I studied biomedical engineering with a minor in chemistry. I took 16 advanced placement classes in high school and graduated second in my class. I passed all of my AP classes including calculus 1 & 2, physi [more]

As an engineer, I have extensive experience applying mathematics to real world problems. My knowledge covers algebra and more, and with me as your tutor, you will have a great resource available to you. Curiosity and discovery have brought me great joy and freedom that I have been compelled to share with others from the moment I could speak. And I have found the fulfillment of celebrating another's success through my teaching is just as sweet as having succeeded myself. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering from Clemson Univers [more]

I am a retired teacher/administrator with current state certification in Math, Reading, Social Sciences, ESOL and Gifted. My experience includes developing many math and math/reading related programs for students from elementary through high school levels. As a vice principal of instruction I developed classroom and individual teaching techniques for teachers as well. I also developed specialized high school Dual-Text algebra program for successful Algebra-takers. Instructing for success means functioning as a mentor, collaborator, cheerleader, supporter across the disciplines. Achievement i [more]

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