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As an engineer and amateur scientist, I use algebra all the time to solve real world problems. I use it to understand circuit designs. I use it to design and build bamboo flutes. I even use algebra to manage our family's finances. I believe having practical applications is very helpful to students who are struggling to understand abstract concepts. I can bring that "real world" example to the tutoring session to help the student "get" it. I have considerable experience effectively tutoring students of various ages in a variety of science and mathematics topics. I have a proven track-record tut [more]

I am a Veteran of the U.S. Army. I have taught soldiers while in the Army. I have taught soldiers as a civilian. If I can teach Infantry, Satellite Communications and Fiber Optics; I can adapt to a training style to meet your needs. I am not the Drill-Sergeant-style instructor unless need be. I am A+ and Security+ Certified. I am instructor-certified for the Fiber Optic Association. I have taught everything from Basic soldier skills to Satellite Communications. I am HP-certified in mo... [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]

Hey, everyone, my name is Victor. I'm 20 years old and I graduated from a local High School. I'm great at math and I've taken up to algebra 2 and passed every math course with flying colors. I hope I can be of assistance to anyone needing help to succeed in math, as I have helped other students, including my girlfriend with her college math. I pick up new lessons quickly and retain information very well. I can help you with your needs to be better at math... [more]

I received my BA majoring in math in 2013, and I expect to earn my MS in mathematics this coming May. I'm currently teaching college algebra at WKU. I moved to the states from China in 2008, and proudly became a U.S. Citizen five years later. With my strong math education background in my original country, I wanted to become a math instructor in this new-to-me country, so I've been spending almost six years to equip myself with math related teaching skills. I've earned my AS degree at ECTC, a BA degree at WKU, and am expecting an MS degree from WKU in May 2015. While seeking the degrees, I [more]

Hey guys! My name is Jameri T. I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a Master's degree in Teaching and Learning with Technology. I love math and I love to have fun with math! My tutoring experience is different from other tutors because my mission is to make the student feel completely comfortable. When students feel comfortable, they are able to ask questions they really don't understand and we can get to the bottom of the issue a lot quicker this way! I worked at a community college... [more]

Hi there! I'm Matt. I'm a Data Science Master's student with a BA in Computer Science. I don't have much direct paid tutoring experience but I've put together my fair share of study guides and helped a number of students out in an informal manner. I like working with people to help them understand concepts that they struggle with and getting them to a point of self-sufficiency. While I have a lot of experience with undergraduate level math, not all of it came easily and I understand that w... [more]

I love Algebra!! Of all the math subjects, Algebra I and II are at the top of my favorite?s list. Some of my previous students have commented that I explain math so that they finally ?get it?. Algebra II can be frightening to some at first. I make sure each student has enough understanding of basic Algebra I concepts so that he or she can use this prior knowledge to then build upon or scaffold the new concepts in Algebra II. Algebra II is very important in today?s world. All students must be able to comprehend and successfully complete Algebra II before they can go on to pass PSAT, ACT [more]

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