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I'm Laura Z., a 28 year old female with a true passion for mathematics and science. I have been tutoring for 10 years now and have had great success with my students, ranging from middle school to college-age, and non-traditional students. I began tutoring by helping other students in my high school classes. In college, I worked as a private math and physics tutor with the Physics department at the University of Louisiana. I was then hired by the ULL Athletic Department to help fellow... [more]

As a licensed Colorado teacher, I have proven my dedication to excellence by helping children close the achievement gap in both literacy and math. I love teaching children the strategies that will make learning accessible, and have successfully helped even reluctant learners! Nothing makes me happier than when students see the far reaching fruits of their labor coming back on report cards, and in their general confidence. I encourage students to be active participants in goals setting, and ... [more]

A full 3 year course of calculus with high grades, frequent use of calculus in my spare time and for work, years of experience tutoring calculus. I am a former TA for organic chemistry at the University of Colorado at Boulder; if it's OChem you need help with, you can't do much better than me! At this point, I have helped many students increase their ACT scores by up to 5 (One from 25 to 30!) and their SAT scores by hundreds. If you're looking for a tutor to help your almost-adult optimize their university applications, I am the best available! I am a 28 year old lover of language, science an [more]

I am the son of a teacher, and have tutored friends and peers while in high school, college and also after college. Both having a teacher for a mother and also working with friends has reinforced the following reality: teachers are people too. These experiences taught me that the teacher is a friend or a partner in the challenge of attaining new knowledge. Accordingly, I want students to conquer unknown material by acquiring knowledge facilitated by my energetic, fun, patient, persistent, ... [more]

I am a 4th year mechanical engineering student at Rochester Institute of Technology and am interning in the Boulder area for the summer. I enjoy tutoring STEM subjects and have been involved in tutoring students from RIT. It is extremely rewarding to be able to share my passion for learning and engineering. I am excited to be in Boulder and I plan on getting my PhD here in Colorado. As I am on an internship this summer, I am looking for afternoon or weekend tutoring to work with both our sch... [more]

If not here, where else am I to brag about receiving the top grade in my class at CU Boulder? A fundamental knowledge base in my career as an engineer, Calculus finally puts together useful math on a vast number of professions. I realized the gaps in math education and obtained a BA in Math to complement my secondary math teaching license. After some years of tutoring, Calc has become my favorite subject! Finally putting my job aside to pursue my passion, I left engineering and completed both a Math degree (Dean's list) and a secondary math teaching license in 2013. I tutored my way throug [more]

For many years I have privately tutored people ranging from elementary-school-age kids to college students in algebra, geometry, physics, calculus and other subjects. I also taught high-school math and science for a couple years back in my native New Hampshire. I have been tutoring people in some capacity since my own days as a student. In college, I held a work-study job in which I tutored other undergraduates in pre-medical subjects such as calculus and non-calculus-based physics. I began tutoring high-school students privately in the summer, when I was teaching various subjects and coaching [more]

I've taken several calculus classes (both in high school and at CU at the engineering level) and got an A in all of them so I know the material. I've also tutored several other kids in calculus last semester. I'm currently enrolled in my third year as an architectural engineering major at the University of Colorado. I have a strong background of knowledge in several areas of math and science as well as a few computer programs. I have had about a year of teaching experience; during high school I was an English as a second language teacher for underprivileged kids in the slums of Rio de Janeiro. [more]

Succeeding academically throughout high school led me to think that I should pursue a career in law, but after attaining Bachelors in Political Science from UC Berkeley, a Masters in Special Education from Loyola Marymount, and reading a few spectacular books, I decided to return to school in pursuit of a childhood passion. I am now a transfer student at CU-Boulder and will begin classes to attain a B.S. in Engineering Physics, with hopes to eventually pursue a Ph.D. Although it seems like ... [more]

I have 5 semesters of TA experience in Complex Variables, Multivariable Calculus, Calculus 1, and Markov Processes, Queues, and Monte Carlo Simulation at the University of Colorado Boulder Department of Applied Mathematics, all with excellent student reviews. In addition, I passed all PhD course requirements, doing especially well in Markov Processes, Mathematical Statistics, and Numerical Analysis. A Wyzant tutor is highly worthwhile: It's 60% the cost of in-state tuition if you're meeting ... [more]

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