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Will travel 2 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 203 ratings

I've taught Algebra II for several years, and have helped students pass the course with flying colors! I have a Masters in Mathematics Education from Southern Arkansas University. I have taught math for over 10 years on a variety of levels. From 5th grade math all the way to university level math, I love teaching the basics as well as algebra, geometry, precalculus, and calculus. Math is more than just memorizing formulas; math is about critical thinking and problem solving skills. During my 10+ years of teaching experience, I have helped students raise math ACT scores significantly, imp [more]

I am a graduate of Tulane University where I received my BS and MS in Neuroscience. During completion of these degrees, I undertook rigorous coursework in mathematics and biological sciences, including courses on the philosophy of science and mathematical modeling. I have extensive tutoring experience and have worked with Sylvan Learning Center, volunteered at local schools as a tutor, and met with students for one-on-one tutoring. I also have a small personal library of education and peda... [more]

Hello, I'm an enthusiastic tutor who can respond to your calls for help in math, reading, writing, editing, test preparation, and more. I consistently benefit from the good habits I formed throughout my school years. I have earned a M.S. in Workforce Training and Development, a MBA, and a B.M. in audio recording. My daily focus remains on leading k12 and higher education students through their academic challenges, and I incorporate study skills in any lesson where I see them as needed. Th... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 189 ratings

I am a recent graduate of the Tulane Masters of Pharmacology Program offered at the School of Medicine (graduated May 2015). I graduated from undergrad at Tulane with a Neuroscience major and Economics minor. As someone who is passionate about giving back to the New Orleans community, I volunteer often and have completed more than 200 hours of community service in the last three years, a large portion of those hours coming from helping out with a first grade class at the KIPP charter school o... [more]

I am currently a Sylvan Learning Center Tutor for Chemistry and Math. I have been a Math Tutor at Kumon Math and Reading Center for three years. Kumon Math and Reading Center was my first tutoring job. Kumon helps students get academically ahead of their peers in their regular schools. Because of this, students have confronted me with Kumon math assignments on material that they have not yet learned in their regular schools. It was my responsibility to teach them these new concepts. I have also worked with ESL and special needs students at Kumon. I have worked with Kumon for three years. [more]

My name is Mike and I have a B.S. in Physics from the University of Maryland College Park. I find the natural sciences to be incredibly interesting and I've always been quick with math, so naturally I fell into physics. I have previous tutoring experience and have additionally spent this summer working at a science summer camp teaching elementary and middle school kids science! I believe the key to success in math and science is both patience and perseverance. As a tutor, not only do I try... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$125 per hour.

4.62 39 ratings

I am enrolled as a PhD student in Biostatistics. I currently hold a Master of Science in mathematics (statistics). My areas of expertise are probability and statistics, high school math (algebra, geometry, and pre-calculus), college math (pre-calculus and calculus), and micro-economics. The method I have found works best is to have the student try to identify why the class is not going well. Often students get behind and get frustrated and say "I don't get it." This is not a good way to appr... [more]

Hi everyone! My name is Mason and I'm a third year student at the University of New Orleans who's majoring in mathematics with a concentration in actuarial science. After studying electrical engineering and being much more engaged in my math classes I decided to change the path of my life and haven't ever regretted it. Throughout my math career, I've found myself eager to explain concepts to classmates and do all I can to throughouly understand whatever it is I'm learning. These two th... [more]

I have three college degrees that I acquired in Europe. One of them is in teaching (Pedagogy). I taught math, physics, and engineering during my 17 years of teaching career in Europe. All of my degrees were accredited by World Education Services (New York) to equivalent credentials in the US. I also have 26 years of mechanical engineering experience in the US. although I am currently retired. Additionally, I posses a professional Engineering license registered in the state of Penns... [more]

I?m a pre-medical student aspiring for a bachelors of science in biochemistry at the University of New Orleans and I tutor in the math lab at Delgado. I typically tutor college subjects ranging from contemporary math to calculus (statistics as well). I have privately tutored statistics and geometry. I enjoy sharing knowledge, especially to a curious or attentive student. Algebra?s my favorite math subject. I?ve recently taken calculus so it?s still very fresh in my mind. ... [more]

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