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Algebra 2 picks up where the first installment leaves off. Think of it as one of those movie sequels that are actually as good or better than the original (like Toy Story). For example, here we deal with solving systems of equations with multiple unknowns--turns out there are actually several ways of doing this. I took and aced "Algebra 2: Return of the X" my freshman year in high school. Loved it. Hello there, prospective tutees! I love math and breathe physics, and work to infuse some of that enthusiasm into you, or your student. I have been tutoring in some form or fashion for over [more]

My name is Jerry and I've been tutoring all levels of HS and college Math and Physics for the past 7 years. I enjoy helping students, and my students like the way I explain hard to understand concepts in Math and Physics. I believe in a "simplistic" approach to teaching Math and Physics. I strive to teach Math and Physics without a lot of theoretical jargon and I teach a methodical approach to solving problems. While at the University of Arizona, I majored in Nuclear Engineering; I have a... [more]

I have successfully completed up to MATH 132 (max level of math needed for my Bachelor's), which includes Algebra 2. Hi, I'm Jason! I am an undergraduate student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) majoring in Business Administration, with an emphasis on Information Management. I graduated from Northwest Career and Technical Academy with an Advanced Honors Diploma, specializing in Engineering and Design. Whether you compete in a sport, play an instrument, or try to perfect cooking a meal, practice is everything. I find it incredibly valuable to engage hands-on with any material that [more]

"We learn more by looking for the answer to a question and not finding it than we do from learning the answer itself." -Lloyd Alexander First, Wyzant is filled with exceptional tutors so it's pretty tough to go wrong on here! The art of tutoring is as diverse and unique as the individuals who undertake it. I know tutors who are subject area experts, able to effortlessly and expertly assist students in a select few areas. On the other hand you have tutors that are good at a variety of subje... [more]

I've loved Math all my life. I completed a BS Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. In those degrees I've studied a wide variety of math topics from Algebra, Calculus, and Statistics. I began teaching Math a few years ago, both middle and high school. I am currently a licensed teacher in Clark County. I like teaching, but I love tutoring. As a teacher, not all the students want to learn, but as a tutor, the student typically wants to learn. Also as a tutor, it's great to see the resu... [more]

I have experience teaching and tutoring physics and calculus, as well as all other levels of mathematics from pre-algebra through linear algebra and differential equations and teaching English to foreign students. I enjoy helping individuals learn and grow in their educational process. My university students have shown very high success, higher than those of any other faculty member in the field at the Univ. of Illinois at Chicago. I have taught Calculus as a part of teaching physics at... [more]

I graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology, with a secondary major of Pre-medicine, Summa Cum Laude, in just three years. I also scored above the 90th percentile when I took the MCAT exam following graduation. I haven taken extensive coursework in areas of biology including molecular biology, eukaryotic & cellular biology, genetics & physiology, molecular mechanisms of cancer, along with courses in evolution and animal behavior. In addition, I hav... [more]

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I am currently a counselor and I enjoy helping people. I graduated from University of Hawaii with a Sociology degree. I played football in college and I enjoy playing basketball and lifting weights at the gym on my free time. I moved out here to Las Vegas right after I graduated college and my first job out here was a PSR worker who worked with foster kids. My nieces and nephews hated math because they struggled on how to solve problems. I would make it simpler for them to understand it and m... [more]

I have been a math teacher/tutor for over 10 years. I graduated from UC Berkeley, which is where I found my passion for teaching. I started assisting in classrooms and eventually ran small groups for various levels of math. I taught 7th and 8th-grade Pre-Algebra and Algebra I for 3 years in California before moving here to Las Vegas. I now mainly work as an independent tutor. While math is my forte, I do also assist with other subjects and general homework help. I am dedicated to helping my s... [more]

I am currently studying my PhD in vehicle Engineering. Before that ,I have been a lecturer in one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Ethiopia. I like to study with any one who has the passion and commitment to make change in his/her academic, behavioral life. I am easy going , fun loving but serious at work. If you like to study the mystery of engineering and basic skills ( physics, mathematics, Statistics...) you are highly encouraged to work with me.... [more]

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