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Hi! My name is Kevin, and I've been tutoring students of all ages and abilities for over nine years. My primary focus is STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), but I also help students succeed in computer programming and in test prep (ACT/SAT/GRE). I believe that, with the right support and attitude, anyone can learn to do anything! My students validate this belief every day. I began tutoring when I was getting my degree in mechanical engineering at Rose-Hulman (Terre Haute, IN),... [more]

I'm very familiar with the topics of Algebra II and how to do typical problems on algebra exams. We would cover topics such as: Equations and inequalties, linear functions, solving systems of equations, quadratic functions, polynomials, radicals, exponents and logarithms, etc. My name is Kevin, and I grew up and live in St. Louis. I have a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as well as a Master's degree in aerospace engineering from St. Louis University. My education helped develop my passion and knowledge for math and science. I a [more]

I hold a PhD in molecular genetics and cell biology. I have worked in research for over 20 years and have taught many employees and colleagues. I am a PhD life scientist and my training is in molecular biology. I was a biotechnologist at Monsanto Company for a good while and subsequently worked for a number of start up companies. I have experience teaching direct reports and colleagues in the work setting. I have been a mentor for several up and coming scientists. During graduate school I had been a teaching assistant for undergraduate biology classes. I really enjoy helping students a [more]

I am a Saint Louis University - Parks College of Engineering and Technology graduate (Class of 2016). I studied Biomedical Engineering, Math, Computer Science, and Ethics while on a pre-medical track. I am currently employed as a Mechanical R&D Engineer at a leading medical device company. Before this, I worked as a Test Engineer specializing in firmware and optics. I have been tutoring for over 7 years, working with students from grade 1 through college. I am most experienced in tutoring ma... [more]

Both Algebra 2 and College Algebra cover most of the same topics and sometimes to the same depth depending on the high school or college. I have the qualifications along with teaching and tutoring experience in both subjects to be able to effectively help you. Background and experience: ?Retired high school math and science teacher with 25 years experience ?Master's degree ?Lifetime teaching certificate, grades 7-12, from the state of Missouri ?Two years of experience in teaching college algebra courses ?8 years plus of tutoring experience ?Have taken courses in ACT, SAT, [more]

I have a Master's Degree (MA) in Mathematics as well as two Bachelor's Degrees, a BS and a BA. I am available by appointment only. I love to tutor all math levels. I have 10+ years of experience in both teaching and tutoring mathematics. I currently teach at the college level. I am willing to work with all students to master and retain information. I am timely and professional.... [more]

I'm from St. Louis, MO and currently a student studying Applied Mathematics (Biomathematics Option) and Music at the University of Tulsa. I also work for TU?s Center for Student Academic Support (CSAS) as a tutor for Calculus. Since grade school, I've always had a dream of becoming a teacher, and tutoring is definitely one of the first steps. My tutoring approach focuses on mastery of fundamental prerequisites and development of grit, perseverance, and study skills. Mathematics is a cumul... [more]

I graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in May 2016 with Highest Honors in Mechanical Engineering and a dual degree in Spanish. Currently an engineer in industry, continuous learning is a major part of my job and my life, and I would love to share my passion to learn with others! I use the foundations of Algebra every day in the research and experiments that I perform at my work. For my Mechanical Engineering degree, I took Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus I, Calculus II, ... [more]

People learn differently: some need practical examples, some need visual representations, some feel comfortable from following step by step instructions, simply verbal, physical and etc. I think for students to learn effectively we need to introduce different teaching techniques to keep them engaged. As a tutor, I believe keeping students engaged in what I teach is the foundation of learning. The use of real world problems can be very helpful in finding ways to keep students interested and en... [more]

Designed to build on algebraic and geometric concepts, this course develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginary and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions. It also introduces matrices and their properties. The content of this course is important for students? success on both the ACT and college mathematics entrance exams. Students who complete Algebra II should take Pre-Calculus next. Hello parents and students! I have a variety experiences working with diverse middle school and high scho [more]

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