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Hi my name is Matt and I am a Graduate Physics student at the University at Buffalo. I graduated in 2017 with a degree in Physics and a minor in mathematics. After my completion of graduate school, I will pursue becoming a research professor at a top tier university. I have been tutoring through Wyzant for nearly three years now. My tutoring experience extends outside of my time here with Wyzant to my early years as an undergraduate and sometime in High School. I specialize in tutoring A... [more]

I truly enjoy seeing those I teach "get it" and have that "ah ha" moment. A structural engineer by trade, I have to continually learn new things each and every day. It's my job! Math is my specialty of course, but I don't fit the mold as a typical engineer as I enjoy interacting with people too. Tutoring experience? Well...besides the hours on wyzant tutoring mostly algebra and trigonometry I have previously volunteered to teach at engineering outreach events at the Buffalo Museum of Sci... [more]

Although in college I focused on the humanities, I have always had a thing with numbers. In high school, I finished my year by taking and acing the BC Calculus AP exam. With my higher math education, algebra 2 comes quickly to me. I would love to show your student how to succeed in math even if it isn't their strongest area. Hello! My name is Brooke, and I am a recent graduate of Oklahoma State University with degrees in English, Spanish, and Geography. Now, I am attending graduate school to obtain my Ph.D. in English Literature from SUNY, Buffalo. My primary interest is the collegiate and gra [more]

I am very capable of tutoring in Algebra 2. It seems that many students these days have the most difficulty with math. I think this in part do the lack of pattern recognition (that is, the student sees every problem has new instead of variations on similar concepts). I have been involved in scientific research for 20+ years both in academia and industry. I have a PhD in Pharmacology and a BS in Biochemistry. I was an Assistant Professor at a medical college and more recently an entrepreneur in biotech startup companies. So what you really want to know is how would I tutor? My approach [more]

I have tutored at various levels. While in High School and in college, I have tutored from Pre Calculus all the way to Proof based courses and more theory based classes. I love teaching Algebra and Trigonometry the most but I can tutor anything from Calculus, Trig, Physics, Proofs, Numerical Analysis, Linear Algebra, and more. In High School specifically I tutored Pre Calculus, Geometry, Algebra I and Trigonometry and Chemistry. Once I entered college as a Math Major, I tutored local High Sch... [more]

I am an advanced graduate student at SUNY Buffalo working on my PhD in Anthropology. I specialize in archaeology, specifically in Roman period Romania. I have taught several courses at SUNY Buffalo, as well as running a field school for the past 5 years. Prior to making the switch to archaeology, I studied astrophysics at the University of Michigan, so I have a deep and rich background in math and science. I have been an editor for a graduate journal for the past 4 years, and am the curr... [more]

I am a new graduate student from UB majoring in Chemical Engineering with a minor in math. The reason I chose this major is that I love math and chemistry. I have two semesters of experience as a math tutor in math center of Queensborough Community College, City University of New York. I enjoyed the experience to teach people and share the knowledge and method of math. English is my second language but math gives me another language to communicate with others. I have met so many stude... [more]

I am a bright, young, motivated teacher! I have my BA in mathematics, and I am also certified in New York State to teach mathematics for grades 5 through 12. I am currently teaching math at Tapestry Charter School in Buffalo. I also did a lot of math tutoring during the four years that I studied at Alfred University. I really enjoy relaxing through laughing with friends and playing piano in my free time! I love tutoring because it gives me one on one time with students. Having a persona... [more]

I've tutored calculus and physics students for three years. Throughout that time, I've observed a general trend among the concepts that students experience greatest difficulty with. For most students, the methods and concepts of calculus and physics themselves are not an issue, but rather, the mathematics involved in doing problems, namely algebra and geometry, are. As such, throughout my time as a tutor and a teacher, I've had to do a lot of work on my students' algebra skills before moving on to higher-level concepts. [more]

I graduated from the University of Buffalo Honor College May 2015 magna cum laude with a BS chemical engineering and minors in physics and math. During my undergraduate I had a 3.73 GPA and have received A's in calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, Newtonian physics, fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer, separation processes, chemical reactor engineering, nuclear reactor engineering, chemical plant design, and many more. I conduct ... [more]

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