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Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.87 411 ratings

Mastering Algebra 2 is key to success in all future math classes, especially Calculus. I have taught Algebra 2 in high schools and colleges over many years. I am very familiar with the high school curriculum and am very good at helping students understand new concepts. Experienced and patient Math tutor I recently retired from a career in aerospace engineering. I hold an M.S. in math and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from Stanford University. I can help you in upper level high school and college level math as well as algebra, and precalculus. I have taught math at the high school and co [more]

Will travel 14 miles

$75 per hour.

4.97 158 ratings

By now I have helped hundreds of Bay area students with their Math and Chemistry classes. In the past years I had students from most Colleges/Universities in the SF Bay Area: SFSU, USF, UC Berkeley, City College SF, Skyline, College of San Mateo, Canada College etc. To summarize, I can help you with: * exam prep/practice exams/online exams * any homework prep * any other Math/Science related tasks you have to do * online tutoring: homework help, exam preparation and similar tasks If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me anytime. [more]

I'm an expert in working with students to develop skills and to understand concepts. My expertise is especially strong in problem solving, and applying concepts to real world situations. I enjoy working with students. When my son was in college, we used to problem solve on the phone and via email. His classmates wanted him to "rent me out". I'm a 25-year veteran of Silicon Valley with multiple degrees in Engineering. I am currently an Adjunct Professor at the Golden Gate University Schoo... [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$25 per hour.

4.99 203 ratings

The second year of high school algebra introduces new concepts: logarithmic functions, exponential functions, series, sequences, conic sections (and learning how to sketch graphs of these curves). Sometimes the teacher and course move a little too fast for a student. A little help might be all it takes for the topics to make sense again. There is no one way to learn. Rote memorization is at one end of the spectrum and instantaneous complete understanding and insight of the topic is at the other end. There is a lot in between. People do not learn everything the same way - their own ability [more]

Will travel 3 miles

$95 per hour.

4.97 110 ratings

In May 2015, I graduated summa cum laude from the Dominican University of California, where I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies/Teacher Preparation, a minor in mathematics and Honors. While at Dominican, I had ample classroom and one-on-one experience with students. I worked as an assistant teacher in five different elementary school classrooms (ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade) throughout Marin County. In addition, I worked as one of the mathematics, statistics and liberal studies tutors at Dominican's Teaching Learning Center (TLC). In my one-on-one with undergradua [more]

When I began tutoring a few years ago, I firmly believed that anyone could do well in mathematics, all the way through Calculus, provided you are relatively fluent in a few formulas and make time for regular problem sets. My experience over that time has only confirmed my suspicions, and its has been a great pleasure to work with many of my students. I have always found joy in getting to the point of a big concept and keeping the focus on the purposeful real-world applications that many of ... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.98 302 ratings

I am a graduate of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA with a bachelors in mathematics, and additional concentrations in computer science, business and psychology. I completed a significant portion of the coursework for a masters in Electrical Engineering at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Tutoring gives me an opportunity to share my love of learning. I enjoy helping my students expand their intellectual curiosity, and sharing in their excitement as they ma... [more]

I'm a lifetime learning enthusiast who loves to share! My focus is on compassionate instruction; I work to build up students study skills while mastering the material in a constructive, supporting environment. My formal education consists of a BS in Mathematics and a BA in Economics. I have supplemented these informally by reading widely in Philosophy, History, Political Science, Biology, and Physics. I have a great passion for the history of ideas, which allows me to convey a subject's pla... [more]

Hello, my name is Nick! I graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Science, technology, and Society as well as an MS in Mechanical Engineering. As the son of two educators, I have always valued not only my own learning but also the chance to share my knowledge with others in ways that help them reach higher levels of understanding. I started mentoring other students in junior high, continuing through my year of college at SMU's Summer Youth day camps coaching and teaching classes that... [more]

I received a Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry a Bachelor's of Arts in Economics along with a minor in Science and Mathematics Education from the University of California, Santa Barbara during my undergraduate career. During this time, I was actively involved in science outreach programs for elementary students, peer tutoring services and held a student teacher position in a high school chemistry class. By working with different ages and varying degrees of skill I've found the best way to c... [more]

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