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Hello. I am currently a student at USF in their honors program, pursuing a bachelor's in nursing. I graduated from a magnet program known as the IB program, where I completed both AP and IB level of various courses and graduated with a 4.6 GPA. I have successfully completed many courses at a college level including English/composition, calculus, chemistry 1 and 2, physics 1 and 2, biology, psychology, sociology, and many more. I am able to tutor all subjects, however math is my favorite, havi... [more]

My name is William and I graduated from University of South Florida's engineering department with double degree bachelors in computer science and information systems, also a minor in economics. Later I obtained a master of science in management information systems degree from Florida State University. While going through school I have nearly always tutored on the side, mathematics for the most part, on and off for about 4 years with mostly high school students and some adults. I had achieved... [more]

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Thank you for looking into my profile. I am looking to tutor just a few students. I have ample experience with students of all ages. Even though I am highly math and science oriented, I encourage my students to excel and enjoy all subjects. Professionally, I strive to be competent, punctual, reliable, and prepared. I am a third year medical student at LECOM Bradenton. In 2012, I graduated from USF (at age 20) with my BA in chemistry/biochemistry and a minor in mathematics. At the time, I m... [more]

Calculus is the math of changing rates (e.g. motion) and is the backbone of physics. I have developed a profound understanding of calculus as a physicist and also as a tutor of mathematics for engineers at USF. Hello, I am a Mathematics and Physics graduate from the University of South Florida with over 10 years of certified tutoring experience in both subjects. I have tutored as an employee at the University of South Florida and HIllsborough Community College as well as for family and friends with children in middle school on up to college level courses. I am a patient, enthusiastic tutor [more]

I enjoy sharing my knowledge while helping others overcome academical challenges. I am very patient and I tutor through constant interaction and real life examples. I had won over 30 national and international mathematics competitions. I have a professional yet warm presence and attitude.... [more]

I have been teaching AP Calculus, Algebra 2, Pre Calculus, and Trigonometry at Dunedin High school for ten years. My students have received some of the highest passing rates on the AP Calculus test for several years. It is my passion to see students grasp the most difficult concepts and learn how to apply these concepts to real life problems. My biggest strength in teaching is teaching how to use technology and graphing Calculators to limit errors and enhance your ability to succeed in call ... [more]

I received a B.S. and M. Sc. degree in Computer Sciences from Universidad Central de Las Villas (UCLV), Cuba, in 2002 and 2006, respectively. Since 2005, I have been in the Center of Studies on Electronic and Information Technologies (CEETI) as Auxiliary Professor. His research interests are Image Processing and Pattern Recognition applied to Biomedical Applications. I have taught the following undergraduate courses: Mathematical Analysis, Calculus, Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Probabilit... [more]

My name is Val M. I am originally from India and came to USA in 1990. I finished my Bachelors and master's degree from India before coming to USA. I took another master's from Texas A&M University in 1993 and started teaching since then. I taught as a TA while I was doing my master's too. I taught at different Universities and community colleges. While I was in Texas, I taught at El Paso Community College. I even taught in a middle school in Texas for a year. In 1998, I moved to Florida. N... [more]

Hello there! My name is Harrison. I currently work as a microwave engineer and tutor/mentor in the Tampa Bay area. I specialize in teaching math, physics, programming, and all engineering/science subjects. In the summer of 2010, I began my engineering career at the University of Florida. I majored in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Biomechanics. I graduated Cum Laude (with honors) in August 2015, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Immediately after graduating... [more]

Here in calculus, we examine the key concepts of the limit, the derivative, and continuity, as well as their main applications in graphing and optimizing functions. From there, we will go on to explore the fundamental theorem of calculus, which leads to the concept of integration and integrals, and eventually study polynomial approximations and series. Logarithmic, exponential, and other transcendental functions are included. My experience with differential and integral calculus covers undergraduate Calculus I, II and III, and extends well into their advanced applications, some of which I in [more]

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