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I have been teaching mathematics at a local High School for 21 years. I have taught every level in those years from basic algebra to AP Calculus and everything in between. I absolutely love my job teaching and working with young people. I understand that math is not everyone's favorite subject as it was not always mine throughout high school. However, once I started in Calculus classes at Northwestern, I found that I really enjoyed math. The number one reason I became a teacher was that ... [more]

I substitute teach kindergarten through high school. I have a love of learning and helping others to learn. I believe that learning opens doors to the future. I graduated high school and college in 7 years. Throughout high school and college I tutored my peers. I am currently a mentor for a middle school group at my church. I believe that students should be challenged, but not overwhelmed. Breaking lessons down into comprehensible pieces will assist students in learning and mastering topic... [more]

I am currently a middle school math and science teacher in Evanston. I teach grades 6-8, in math subjects ranging from Common Core 5th grade through Algebra 2 and beyond. I have most recently helped tutor a student in pre-calculus. I also teach science subjects including biology, physics and chemistry. In college I worked as a physics and chemistry teaching assistant. I am a licensed Illinois teacher for math and science grades 6-8, however, I am quite comfortable in higher grade math. ... [more]

I have taught Mathematics and Statistics to graduate and undergraduate students at the University level since 2006. I am a passionate advocate for my students as my only concern is furthering the student's knowledge and education. I have Master's Degrees in Applied Statistics (Penn State) and Management Information Systems (UW-Milwaukee), and a Bachelor's Degree in Statistics (UW-Madison). Additionally, my professional background includes several analytical roles in Fortune 100 companies tha... [more]

I tested out of General Chemistry and received a 4 on the AP chemistry test as a Junior. I would like to be a tutor because I find working one-on-one with someone is the best way to learn difficult material. I am a very patient teacher and I also know how difficult a subject is by just reading the book by yourself. I made the dean's list in GRCC before I transferred to the University of Michigan. I've taken Organic Chemistry courses and also passed out of General Chemistry courses as well. ... [more]

Hello, my name is Riley and I recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, accompanied by minors in Thermal Energy Systems and Business. I have always had a passion for math and science, whether it's learning or teaching. In taking various math and science courses, I believe a key component to my success was the ability to understand what I don't understand. I have found that asking the right questions, sometimes often very fundamental... [more]

I have tutored since my sophomore year in high school and it has been 7 or so years since. I started tutoring and helping family friends' kids with time management and study skills. Then I started creating study guides and made a website for my friends for AP classes we were all in so that we could prepare for the AP exams in May. I began online tutoring as high school was ending and have tutored folks on CHEGG and on Google Hangouts on a myriad of subjects from the life sciences to ACT/SAT T... [more]

I am a retired business owner who has always used math and who loves to help others understand math conceptually rather than trying to memorize formulas and techniques. I currently tutor math at the college level (Milwaukee Area Technical College), at the GED prep level (Milwaukee Rescue Mission), and at the high school and grade school level (Cross Trainers Academy, Milwaukee). I'd love to help you not only improve your scores and grades, but develop a fulfilling relationship with this impor... [more]

I tutor for the subject regularly. I'm in ACT coach and that covers high school math. I have taught at the college or university level for almost ten years now. I have a broad base of understandings and have taught classes from humanities to finance to economics to literature. I have taught at the college or university level for almost ten years now. I have a broad base of understandings and have taught classes from humanities to finance to economics to literature. I took college calculus and have above-average writing skills. I also have a series 7 license and feel comfortable tutoring for th [more]

Back when I was first learning algebra 1 and 2 in high school, I remember thinking that Algebra 2 was much more advanced than Algebra 1 was. I think most people would agree with that. I have lots of experience in helping students out with their Algebra 2 classes, and they feel very happy after we get done because they realize that they really CAN get it. Similar to Algebra 1, the vast majority of the problems can be broken down into a series of step by step procedures. So long as you stay focused on following the steps, and don't let the apparent complexity of the problem cloud your vision [more]

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