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I am a molecular virologist who has worked in academia, industry, and with the National Institutes of Health in my career. My Ph.D. in virology comes from Ohio State University, as well as a Master's from University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Science from University of Illinois. One of the primary skills I learned while moving from one sector to another is how to teach math and science to non-scientists, which in turn lead to a love of teaching science to students. I've tutored students... [more]

Calculus is used extensively in physics and engineering. I have been utilizing calculus in an academic and research setting for years while obtaining my PhD in Aerospace Engineering. In addition to my practical experience with calculus I have tutored calculus students at the highschool and college level. Hi, my name is Jeff. I have a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Illinois and I have experience tutoring a variety of STEM subjects at the high school and college level. For physics, I tutor both high school and college students in conceptual, algebra and calculus based phys [more]

Hello! My name is Sarah. I am currently a student of physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. I have been tutoring students since high school, ranging from elementary mathematics to AP Calculus, and am eager to share my passion for math and science with bright, young minds. I currently work as a Physics I teaching assistant and lab facilitator, and believe that hands-on learning is essential for the foundation of true understanding. I find that math and the sciences can ... [more]

As a physics teacher and engineer I frequently needed to derive formulas using calculus. I am very proficient, having earned an A in my college class, and a 5 on the Calculus AP exam. I have tutored many students in this subject and have helped them to fully comprehend the subject. I love teaching. I am a certified New York State Physics teacher, with a credential in Adolescent Education. I graduated from Union Graduate College, where I earned my Master of Arts in Teaching. I am an Eagle Scout and graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), where I earned my Master of Science in [more]

I have taught, and continue to teach, Calculus I, and 1 semester of Calculus II. I enjoy mentoring (teaching) and assisting individuals in their learning programs. Different subject areas can be challenging to different people. As long as there is an interest in learning, I will guide the individual to success. My expertise is in Math, Electrical Engineering, and Science. The subject areas that I offer the most value in are Math and Electrical Engineering. My high school program included covering 3 years of Math in 2 years, and my 3 Math Regents test results were 100... [more]

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My physics background includes many upper level math course including Calculus 1 through 3, Mathematical Physics, and Differential Equations. I also have taught classes in Math. My passion for teaching stems from my desire to help others. Having struggled through difficult courses myself has helped me develop methods to help any student succeed. My teaching style focuses on the concepts and builds on that knowledge so that students are not simply memorizing information. I want each student to develop the fundamental understanding needed to be successful. I possess both a classroom and pra [more]

I have three master's degrees in engineering (industrial, aerospace, mechanical), which essentially translates to having learned and applied a lot of math, including Calculus. If you are looking for someone who loves to teach and who can make learning and understanding math fun, then please do not hesitate to contact me! After graduating from the LFNY (high school), I continued my studies in France where I ended up getting a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering. I then went on to get a Master's in Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Tech. I recently graduated with a Master's in Industrial E [more]

I have PhD and masters in Physics and I have masters in Medical Physics. My undergraduate major was Math and Physics. By profession, I am medical physicist but I have taught for many years. I was a graduate teaching assistant in UAlbany for 5 years. I enjoy teaching math and physics. I took double math as my major in undergrad (Pure Math and Applied Math). I did a masters and PhD in Physics because I love mathematical backgrounds of physics. My experience in math and physics help me to t... [more]

Hi I'm Mark! I'm currently working towards my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. I enjoy tutoring because it gives me a chance to share what I've learned with others. Most students that I've talked to say they don't enjoy Math because they just don't understand it and they think that it's their fault for not being smart enough. However, most people don't understand Math because it was explained poorly and without any enthusiasm. Many Math teacher... [more]

I recently graduated cum laude from Siena College with a B.A. in mathematics. I am a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, a national mathematics honor society. My future plans are to pursue a master?s degree in data science. I have a wealth of tutoring experience. I?ve tutored students in middle school through college age. I?ve tutored algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus and statistics. I worked with at-risk, middle school and high school students at Poughkeepsie Children's Home as a volunteer tuto... [more]

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