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I have successfully passed algebra, including Algebra II, on both the high school and college levels and have tutored Algebra II for several years. In addition, I am a substitute teacher for both Algebra I and Algebra II in my children's school (much to my teenager's chagrin). Puzzled about how the Krebs and the Calvin cycles fit in with the carbon cycle? Want to know how muscles and nerves function? Frustrated by the difference between standard deviation and standard error? Need help on ANOVA, ANCOVA, and linear regression? Ever wonder how economic numbers are seasonally-adjusted and why? [more]

Are you looking for tutoring for one-month, one-year or not sure? I offer individualized, one-on-one tutoring based on your child's unique needs and goals. We'll talk over what your needs are and come up with a plan! For over 15 years, I have been tutoring independently and for learning centers, in-home tutors, and other professional tutoring services. Over the years, I've seen the power of one-on-one instruction. For so many of my students, this instruction is the missing link to filling in ... [more]

Experience! Enthusiasm! Excellence! I guarantee all 3! I am an EXPERIENCED classroom teacher at the middle school and high school levels and tutor for students from grade 3 to college students and adults, having taught in Arizona, Nevada, Ohio, and Canada. In addition to teaching and tutoring experience, I have designed curriculum and grade-level specific reading incentive programs. I have a great deal of experience creating innovative, fun, interactive and challenging ways for students... [more]

I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Minor in Leadership. While there, I tutored other engineering students for about a year. I then earned my Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wright State University. For the last 16 years or so I have performed research, engineering, and technical management for the U.S. Air Force as both a military officer and later as a civil servant. I am a licensed Profess... [more]

I have experience teaching the foundations of algebra and have completed various upper level college courses in the business applications of algebra 2 material. As a student at the University of Dayton, I developed a passion for learning that has spilled over into a desire to help others learn. Graduating magna cum laude with a BA in economics and minor in environmental sustainability, I developed a strong foundation in math with well rounded experience in liberal arts coursework. Moving forward, I gained valuable experience in a middle school classroom developing lesson plans and classwork fo [more]

I'm Anurag and I graduated from Purdue University with an MS degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2015. All through my education, I learnt that the courses I enjoyed the most were the ones where I was able to engage in with the professors. They not only were able to make the course content well-structured and easy to understand, but were willing to address doubts and questions without making their students feel self-conscious. This is the kind of approach that I try to bring to my tutoring to ... [more]

I have tutored Intermediate algebra at two junior colleges for over 20 years. I have taught intermediate algebra and college algebra at two junior colleges. I have also taught college algebra. I am tutoring a student in Intermediate Algebra. I have a masters degree in electrical engineering and have taken 24 credits of advanced math. I have over 10 years experience as an instructor and tutor in Basic Math, Pre- Algebra and Algebra at both Sinclair Community College and Clark State Community College. Now retired, I have a lifetime of experience as an engineer in the use of math in everyd [more]

I have over 20 hours of Algebra 2 tutoring experience. With respect to Algebra 2, I am adept at explaining matices, phase shift, complex numbers, conice sections, and more. I also utilize my experience tutoring calculus and precalc to help students achieve desired results. ?Before I met you,? one of my students just told me, ?I was completely lost, but you have broken everything down for me in a way I can understand.? I absolutely love hearing this! It?s an intangible fruit-of-labor worth more than the newest iPhone X you?re using to read this. If your goal is to speak English like a native, [more]

I have successfully completed many Math courses ranging from Algebra to Advanced Calculus, Number Theory, Linear Algebra Statistics, and Mathematical Economics. I received A's in each of the courses. I have found there are a multitude of ways to solve problems so that if a student is having a difficult time using one method, I will explain another approach in solving the problem. I also, try to highlight many applications that has some relevance to the student. For example, I like to provide examples in the areas of football, baseball, and basketball. I like to show that Algebra is more [more]

I am currently in the Math Education Program at Wright State University. I have tutored many students in math; algebra being my specialty. Specifically, I like to show students why conjugates are useful, tricks to quickly factor polynomials, and how to demystify algebraic word problems. I love to learn, and I love to teach even more. I became a tutor at a community college in 2012. Working at a community college, I realize and understand that most students struggle to make time for studying. As a result, I am very flexible. I graduated from Sinclair College with an Associate's Degree of L [more]

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