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Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.98 353 ratings

As a former engineer and current math tutor, I've worked with several high school and college students with their understanding of calculus. Concepts include limits, continuity, basic differentiation, implicit differentiation, maxima and minima, and related rates. This leads to understanding definite integrals and various methods of integration for finding the area between curves and volumes of solid revolutions. Other applications include parametric functions, polar curves, and infinite series. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.8 25 ratings

Hi, my name is Nicki and I have been tutoring math in Colorado Springs for over 20 years. My very first student is now a doctor in Philadelphia and I am very proud of her! My goal is to clear up your confusions by translating complicated math into plain English. If you are struggling with a certain topic, it is my job to make it understandable by finding an explanation that works for you. I will also teach you how to take good notes in class and how to study for tests, as well as ease your... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

4.86 132 ratings

I tutored all 3 levels of calculus for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs for 3 years. I have 3 years of experience tutoring math for the University of Colorado and about 4 years privately tutoring on my own. With my degree in engineering I have a good deal of experience with critical thinking in general as well as the math required for that degree. When I graduated I was no longer eligible to keep tutoring there as they only hire students! So because I loved that job I want to keep tutoring and I would love to help you out. Tutoring math is one of the most rewarding things ... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 64 ratings

I have taught AP and non AP calculus classes. I have a deep understanding of the analytical concepts of derivatives and integration; and an ability to apply their techniques to real life situations. I have a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from Weber State University and a Masters of Science in Mathematical Scienceso from the University of West Florida. I have 15 years of teaching experience combined at the university and high school level. I taught a remedial mathematics course at Weber State University and have taught all high school level mathematics classes. I have tons of t [more]

I have taught all levels of mathematics from Pre-Algebra to AP Calculus. I graduated college with a double major in mathematics and music and earned my master's degree in math education a few years later while teaching. I have been a teacher for 16 years in both private and public schools and have offered countless hours of extra help and private tutoring. I love helping students succeed in short-term goals like preparing for the next test in Algebra or wanting a higher score on a standardized test, but also longer-term goals like gaining confidence in math and be... [more]

Currently, I am a student at Colorado College, in Colorado Springs. At the moment my major is undecided, although I am interested in subjects ranging from psychology to math and have taken classes from philosophical political science to calculus. Throughout High School, I would tutor peers and more recently have been tutoring students through an online tutoring company. Tutoring is enjoyable for me as I find that I tend to learn myself from my students (e.g. finding alternative approaches to ... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 16 ratings

I am a chiropractor currently in practice, who loves teaching and helping others learn. I have tutored friends and classmates all through my schooling with great success. For example, when going through chiropractic school, I had a friend and English was not his first language that was struggling to pass a Biochemistry class. Through tutoring and teaching him the various biochemical pathways and ways to help memorize the information, he was able to pass the class. I worked hard through school... [more]

I'm Jason! I am a sophomore pursuing my Bachelor of science in mechanical engineering, and I absolutely have a passion for mathematics as well as the "hard" sciences, especially physics. I have never officially tutored, but on many occasions I have helped my friends and fellow students when they struggled. I realize that many students just learn how to regurgitate formulas and just get a surface-level knowledge of concepts, but whenever I help people my goal is to help them develop a complet... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

4.92 62 ratings

Hi there, my name is Cesar. I am currently working for an in-home tutoring company, teaching chemistry. I have a Bachelor in Physics, and have used this education to teach students and look forward to doing so again. At the present time I am tutoring students online in the subjects of Math and Science. This position enables me to provide these students with a ?head start? in mastering basic skills. I am challenged to be creative, nurturing and most of all, patient. By teaching online student... [more]

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