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I have several years of experience as a math teacher, tutor and test writer for the major math book publishers. I have a chemical engineering degree from Cornell and an MBA from Ohio State. I'm a native Ohioan who went to Cornell University to pursue a degree in Chemical Engineering. I worked in engineering and business before getting into teaching. I've always loved Math, Chemistry and learning about HOW and WHY it is relevant and useful. Engineering allowed me to use math to solve real problems and understand how the laws of nature work. I'm an outdoors person and I love exploring natu [more]

My first experience teaching was coming back (I had already been attending college full-time instead) to my high school as a senior to co-teach the AP calculus class as it was the very first time my little school was offering it. I had already taken through Calculus 2 at college so they wanted me to help reinforce understanding since the primary teacher was brand new to the subject. I have continued to teach Calculus 1 regularly over the last 10 years and find it immensely satisfying to break complex math down into a few simple rules so students never get stuck unsure what they should do nex [more]

Thanks for checking out my profile. My name is Alex, and I have over a decade's worth of experience either tutoring or teaching in the classroom. I have a bachelor's degree in math and a master's degree in teaching from Kent State University. While I was in college I worked for the university as a math tutor. I covered classes ranging from Intro to College Algebra through Calculus II and Statistics. I'm currently in my seventh year of teaching. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra... [more]

In 2003, I completed a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics at the University of California San Diego. In 2004, I completed my single subject teaching credential for math which qualifies me to teach every math topic offered in K-12. The major in mathematics at UCSD covers the entire Calculus sequence. This includes single and multi-variable calculus, differential equations, vector calculus, and linear algebra. I have tutored college students in these areas before. I attended UCSD in California for my BA in Mathematics - Secondary Education and M.Ed in Curriculum Design. I have loved working with [more]

My master's thesis focused on using hands-on models and real world examples to help students understand how to set up integrals for finding the volume of complicated shapes. I have helped students prepare for the AP Calculus AB and BC exams, and I have worked with applications of calculus in fields as diverse as business and biology. My fifteen years of experience tutoring began as a peer tutor at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and continued at Duke University where I got my Bachelor of Science in mathematics. After that I earned my Master of Arts in mathematics education [more]

I have attained a PhD in Physics, and calculus is a fundamental tool used in that discipline. I am fluent in everything from differential to integral calculus as well as differential equations in multiple variables. I am an experienced and successful tutor with a Ph.D. in physics, M.Sc. in physics and B.Sc. in physics and mathematics. I have a passion for helping others achieve their potential in their studies. As an undergraduate, I tutored at the local community college and led Supplemental Instruction courses in physics and mathematics at the University of Utah. I have taught community co [more]

I have 18 years of teaching experience at a college level at Devry University and Franklin University in all levels of algebra, precalculus and statistics. I can tutor math for the GED, ASVAB, prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, college algebra and precalculus. Even though I have a full time job, I teach and tutor math because I enjoy it. Prior to teaching, I was a math tutor for 2 years. I have also been tutoring high school and college students through Wyzant for the past 5 years. I hav... [more]

I was a full professor of OSU but retired in 2005. I am good in both math and science and enjoy working with young students. I have taught math and engineering subjects at a university for 35 years along with research activities, but I am now retired. I've published 4 books on mathematics from the most prestigious publishers. Although my professional teaching has been primarily in graduate level, I have ample experience in teaching undergraduate students, as well as primary to high school students. I have been said to be a good teacher because I always motivate students by making the s [more]

Qualifications: -B.S. degree in Mathematics from Ohio State University and Masters degree in Mathematics from Tufts University. -Two years experience working in the OSU tutoring center, tutoring calculus, pre-calculus, algebra, linear algebra, geometry. -Achieved 800 SAT Math score, 32/36 ACT Math score, 5/5 AP Calculus AB/BC score. About Me: I'm new to WyzAnt, but I've tutored over the years a number of students of widely varying ages and abilities, from high school students trying to le... [more]

As a non-mathematically inclined individual, my mathematical accomplishments can be likened to successfully running a marathon in an ill-fitting pair of ice skates on scorching asphalt. Because of my personal history with math, I can relate to the feelings of imbalance, confusion, awkwardness, insecurity, and frustration that other mathematically challenged individuals experience. I can envision the stumbling blocks they will likely encounter and can illuminate the path before anyone lands fa... [more]

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