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I studied mathematics for my minor at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Some of the classes I took were probability, linear algebra, and Calculus I, II, and III. I have been tutoring math since 2014, both in schools and as a private tutor, working with students that are in middle school, high school and college. I greatly enjoy supporting and connecting with students to help them understand the math. I am currently in graduate school, pursuing a Master's degree in Mathematics with a concentration in Actuarial Science. I greatly enjoy the work that math requires, applying concepts and e [more]

I took Algebra 2 in 9th grade and completed high-school math through Calculus 2, earning an A every quarter. I also took multivariable calculus and linear algebra in college. *** Please read my "How to Work with Me" and "FAQ" sections below before messaging me. This makes it easier for me to help you, since I get a lot of messages. Thank you! *** I went to Princeton University and majored in molecular biology. I was high school salutatorian (2nd in a class of 500+) and completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. I've been tutoring continuously since high school, as both a private [more]

I've worked with students on advanced Algebra in regular classrooms, special education classrooms, and in one-on-tutoring settings with both children and adults. I'm experienced in using multiple approaches to teach Algebra, and have had success with students who have had difficulty with the subject before. I also scored in the 95% percentile on the math section of the GRE, which prominently features problems at this level of Algebra. (A quick clarification of my availability. I live in Forest Park and commute to Northbrook five days a week. I can schedule regular tutoring sessions on weekday [more]

I am currently a graduate student at the University of Chicago. I have extensive training in math, physics, and science subjects from my undergraduate and graduate schools. I graduated with a B.S. in Physics from the University of Southern California with a 3.9 GPA, and currently have a 4.0 GPA at the University of Chicago in a medical physics Ph.D. program. I am well qualified to tutor all undergraduate physics courses, and math courses through calculus and differential equations. I also tut... [more]

I'm Ehsan, a 29 year old male with a true passion for math and science! I have Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. I have five years of experience in college math including Differential equations, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, and Linear Algebra. Statics, Dynamics and Vibrations are also my favorite topics to tutor for mechanical engineers! I also tutor Algebra, Pre-calculus, Geometry and ACT/SAT math for high school students. I have been told that my a... [more]

*** Important Note: I am currently only taking new students for the summer or next school year. I cannot take on any students for spring semester finals at this time. *** I graduated in 2016 with a Master's degree in biomedical engineering from Arizona State University, and am now working on a PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Chicago. I have experience in all areas of math and science, particularly physics, chemistry, biology, and any math course. Specifically, I was an in-class m... [more]

I took one year of teacher training in UCLA's Graduate School of Education and Information Studies Teacher Education Program (TEP). Through TEP, I had the opportunity to teach mathematics in an LAUSD high school. My student teaching assignment happened to be for an Algebra 2 class. I have used manipulatives (tangible objects used as teaching tools) to teach students arithmetic and geometric series, and I even had a lesson plan employing earthquakes and their Richter scale magnitudes in order to teach and show a real-life application of logarithms. My goal was and still is to make math meaningf [more]

I have over 20 years of experience tutoring in math and science. I have a strong math and science foundation. I received my PhD in Molecular Genetics in 2006 from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and I currently work at the University of Chicago as a research scientist. I use math and science in my everyday life. My goal as a tutor is not only to help students learn math and science, but also to share my enthusiasm and passion for these subjects. When I work with students, I make sure t... [more]

Algebra 2 is an important foundation for calculus. Therefore, it is essential to understand the concepts in both Algebra 1 and 2. Once you understand the concepts and with the help of a few drills, you will master algebra 2 and go on to pre-calculus with ease and interest. Through years of tutoring during my college days, and years of being a coach and mentor during my professional career, I learned that understanding the basic concept is much more important than just knowing how to solve a particular problem. Once you have a grasp of the basic concept and gain the insight, you not only improv [more]

Hello and welcome to my profile! I have years of experience explaining complex subjects to folks of all backgrounds, ages, and learning abilities. While I attended DePaul University, earning my degree in English Literature, I tutored fellow students at the University Writing Center. After I graduated, I worked at Huntington Learning Center for four years, where I helped students prepare for the HSPT, ACT, SAT, and GRE. I've consistently scored in the 99th percentile on the ACT and the 90th p... [more]

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