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I used to teach AP Calculus AB at the high school level. I am currently teaching a graduate-level course in econometrics, and have also taught a graduate-level course in statistics. I'm working towards a masters degree. Hi! I'm a former high school math teacher, and I tutor part time while I'm working towards a PhD in economics. My specialty is in economics and mathematics, and I can tutor in either field up to undergraduate-level courses (and some graduate-level courses, depending on the subject). I can also help with other high school-level courses and with physics up to the undergrad leve [more]

I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA where I actually used Calculus regularly in my upper level classes. I tutor full-time and it is fair to say typically three hours a night are with Calculus students, sometimes I tutor AB, BC or other forms of Calculus five or more hours in a day solving a variety of problems. Tutoring is my full time job. With well over 20 years of teaching/tutoring experience, I doubt there are many tutors as patient, talented or effective as I am. I bring a lot more to the table than what you see "on paper" and am constantly told by my students how well [more]

I'm a PhD Student in Structural Engineering at George Washington University. I studied my high school and undergraduate studies in Iran and came to united states to pursue my education with full scholarship. I have been a teaching assistant at GWU for the past 4 years helping students with different topics in Civil Engineering. I have also tutored high school students and undergrads with their courses in math and physics. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry, Cal... [more]

I have been tutoring calculus for two years. My degree is in physics, which includes a strong math background. My educational background is extensive. I attended the University of Delaware, where I earned three majors (physics, computer science, and cognitive science) and three minors (philosophy, mathematics, and political science). I later earned a law degree from the University of Virginia. In other words, I have spent far too many years of my life in school. In addition to school, I've worked in multiple fields, as a computer programmer and a First Amendment lawyer. But what days I enjoy [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 273 ratings

I have an associates degree in computer science, and dual majored in math and computer science at UDC for four years, including Calculus, stopping just a few credits shy of completing my bachelors in math and computer science. (I completed every math credit for my bachelors.) I'm an undergraduate studying Mathematics and Computer Science at UDC, and I also have an associates degree in Computer Science. Moreover, I have experience tutoring my peers from when I was in high school and for a few months during my first semester of college when I helped teach a high school AP Computer Science class; [more]

I led the lab for the college calculus at NCSU. I am a PhD Mathematician and a software engineer with tutoring experience in USA, Germany, and Korea. I have many years of tutoring experience as well as experience in teaching college classes and mentoring interns (calculus, linear algebra, finite mathematics, discrete mathematics, computer programming). I am especially interested in getting students more interested in mathematics and programming, increase confidence, leading to improving grades.... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Engineering and I've been tutoring calculus for over 10 years. As a child growing up in Brazil, Graciele witnessed how her mother, a biology teacher, successfully helped many students. This inspired Graciele to live by her example from an early age. During college, she was selected to tutor her classmates in Calculus 1-3, Thermodynamics, and Analytical Chemistry. In 2007, she became a teacher at a renowned institute teaching math to classes as large as 120 students. She received her Bachelor of Engineering in 2011 and has since been working in the U.S. a... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$110 per hour.

4.97 240 ratings

There is always more than one way to solve a math problem! As a former math teacher with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Stanford and a Master's degree in Teaching from American, I know that there are infinite ways to approach math problems. I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This... [more]

I have been tutoring all levels of high school calculus for ten years. In that time I have helped many students prepare for the AP exams. In addition to my tutoring experience, I have a great deal of practical experience with calculus gained from my physics research career. I came to tutoring as a second career after retiring from full time scientific work. I have always enjoyed tutoring ? especially at the high school level. I now devote more time and effort to it than was possible before retirement. I have hundreds of hours of experience with more than 50 students. I have worked with [more]

Have you ever been told you are a "right brain" thinker, so math and science are just going to be difficult for you? Have you been told you are a technical person, so English and art just aren't your thing? I believe that's a bunch of hoo-ha. I believe people can learn whatever they want to learn; they just need a guide to help them find the right path. If you feel like you are walking through mud, let me show you to the sidewalk. Who knows? Maybe we can even find one of those moving wa... [more]

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