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With over two decades of experience in mathematical instruction, I have achieved amazing results with my students. In the classroom, my state and national test scores rank among the highest in the state of Tennessee. For every type of algebra question, I am able to guide students through the most efficient and effective path of problem solving while significantly boosting the student's confidence. I have educated and inspired college, high school, and middle school students for twenty five years as a mathematics instructor, specializing in calculus but capable of teaching all levels of math. T [more]

Algebra 2 can sometimes take students by surprise as it ramps up the difficulty level above that of algebra 1. I focus on taking what students have already learned in algebra 1 and showing them that they are still applying the same concepts to this more difficult problem. Algebra has always been one of my favorite subjects to do and teach. There are always so many different ways to find the value of an unknown variable and I love that all of them always come to the same conclusion. My students always tell me that I am very good at breaking down a complex problem into small steps, and the proc [more]

I taught developmental math and college math at colleges. I also spent a year in the public school system working as a fifth grade math coach. I served as math lab coordinator for Austin Peay State University for two years. I'm great at explaining basic Algebra concepts in multiple ways, so students can fully grasp the concepts. I tutor middle and high school students who need assistance with Algebra. I coach future college students who need to review Algebra concepts to excel in the math sections of the ACT and SAT. And I tutor future nursing students who need to review math coursework for [more]

I believe that I am qualified to tutor in Algebra 2 because it is something I have used in all my advanced math courses from high school into college. Having first learned it sophomore year, I continued to use it in my trigonometry and calculus classes after and therefore am confident in my abilities. I am an undergraduate sophomore at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN majoring in Electrical Engineering. My parents always stressed the importance of education, and my own experiences in high school and college have helped me to better appreciate the value of learning. As a college student m [more]

I have been tutoring in math and science for over 10 years. Good day to you. My name is Richard and I have been tutoring in the Nashville area for over three years. I received my BA in Biology from Drew University and went on to obtain my PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Pennsylvania. Throughout my career I have been involved in educating my fellows both formally in tutoring and classroom situations and informally during on the job training. My philosophy is that a student should not only know the right answer but understand how t... [more]

I have been tutoring math since I was in high school and continued to tutor in math and economics all through college. Tutoring math is now my full-time job. I love showing students a host of different ways of solving the same problem, so they can see that problem solving can be easy and fun! A native of Nashville TN, Grantly graduated from University School of Nashville as valedictorian and captain of the tennis team. In high school, Grantly achieved 99th percentile across the board on the ACT and SAT. Grantly achieved a perfect score (5/5) on the AP BC calculus exam and a (790/800) on the SA [more]

I have 34+ years of tutoring and training experience. I was Residential Tutor/Counselor for Upward Bound all 4 summers of college, a Resident Assistant all 4 years in college, and a professional Subject Matter Expert and Trainer for 32+ years working internationally with all backgrounds, cultures, and learning styles. My teaching/tutoring style includes using Situational Leadership, active listening, problem solving, and customizing my approach to the student's learning style and needs. I ... [more]

Algebra is the start of solving for the unknown. If at any point in time you have solved the mathematical problem, 2+2=, you have done algebra. If you look at it from this standpoint, you now have a foundation to build from. My purpose is to provide you assistance for the short term so that you are capable of standing on your own two feet in solving algebraic equations. I graduated from MIT and have been applying these concepts for the course of my career. I enjoy helping students achieve their academic goals and becoming successful. I would like to provide the same opportunity for you. [more]

I have tutored hundreds of students for a local university in courses ranging from basic mathematics to Calculus 3. I have worked for Austin Peay State University tutoring students in numerous mathematics courses for over four years. I have tutored over one hundred students and have taught several mathematics workshops. I have tutored algebra courses, pre-calculus, trigonometry, calculus I, calculus II, calculus III, and math reasoning (a logic based course). I have also tutored intro to sociology courses, and I am capable of tutoring many other sociology courses. I have primarily worked with [more]

I was born, raised, and educated in England. As an undergraduate I studied Chemistry at the University of Bristol, where I graduated with a 2:1 in my MSci. Following this, I studied History & Philosophy of Science at University College London, where I graduated with a Distinction in my Master's. I plan to continue my career in academia in the future, and I'm currently pursuing a PhD placement in Philosophy. Clearly, education has been a very important part of my life. I've always enjoyed lear... [more]

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