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I have a lot of experience tutoring calculus. I've tutored it at both the high school and college level. I am also very familiar with the AP Calculus exam. My name is Abbey and I'd love to be your tutor. I have been tutoring for over five years. I am a former MIT student and I graduated from UAlbany with a BS in Mathematics and Statistics and a minor in Economics. I have a lot of experience tutoring. I recently moved to Buffalo from Albany. While I was in Albany, I worked with three private local tutoring companies. In addition to those, as you can see, I am a tutor with WyzAnt. I have [more]

Over the past 10 years, I have tutored students in a variety of math courses that include pre-algebra, algebra I, algebra II, coordinate geometry, plane geometry and basic trigonometry. I am a very patient person and I can apply the best approach that will allow you to understand the material. While I tutor these subjects individually, I specialize in preparing students to succeed on the math section of the ACT. If you are interested in ACT math prep please view the section below to get a... [more]

I've taken the full college calculus sequence, and I have several years' experience teaching high school along with extensive tutoring of students in both flavors of AP Calculus (AB and BC). Looking for a smart, engaging, effective tutor who loves helping students reach their potential? Look no further! I specialize in test prep (LSAT, ACT, SAT, and more) and math (Algebra 1 and up). I have tutored other subjects like chemistry and physics as well, and am willing to work on any subject I'm confident I can help with. As a student myself, I have had great success with both coursework and stand [more]

Hello! Thanks for checking out my profile! My name is Sara, and I am currently a statistical analyst at a major insurance company in the area. I have undergraduate degrees in math, physics and finance and have spent time in the engineering world as well. I also currently teach physics for the Lakeland Community College Engineering department. I have a natural love of teaching, and have been working as a tutor for over 5 years, specializing in math, science and test prep tutoring. I work... [more]

As an undergrad, I majored in mechanical engineering and minored in mathematics. This included the full offering of calculus available at my institution, for a total of 12 credit hours of calculus. I graduated with a 4.0 GPA overall, so I am very comfortable with calculus. Hello! I graduated summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA from Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania in May of 2009 with a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in math. In high school I was a national merit finalist and scored a perfect 1600 on my SAT. I took the GRE in 2008, attaining a perfect math score of 80 [more]

After completing a Ph.D. in mathematics, I began a 30-year teaching career at the university level. During this time, I taught courses at all levels of mathematics. I enjoy teaching calculus, especially preparing students to take the AP Calculus exams. I also have an interest in encouraging women in the sciences and mathematics. To this end I started the Women in Mathematics program, whose goal was to provide a strong network of support for women students in the sciences.... [more]

Hi, I'm Robin. I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics with a minor in math from the University of Akron. I also have 5 years of graduate work in Optical Sciences in the College of Optical Sciences, at the University of Arizona. I have several years of teaching experience, both in a one-on-one setting as a tutor for high school and college students, and in a classroom setting teaching college level math, optics, and physics as a teaching assistant. I also have experience working in optics a... [more]

I have been developing software for over 30 years. I started as a 14 year old with BASIC on a Commodore 64, moving on to assembly language and writing complex 8-bit algorithms while still a teenager. In college, I studied Computer Engineering with a focus on software, and received my Master's degree in 1993. During my college career, I learned fundamentals of computer hardware and software design, as well as electrical engineering concepts, probability and statistics, queuing theory, computer... [more]

I am a PhD student studying Nuclear and Particle Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. I am passionate about inspiring students, especially young women, to feel confident in their mathematical and scientific abilities. While most of this confidence is gained through thoroughly learning the course material, I find it is equally important to understand how and when to ask for help with understanding. Trained primarily as a Supplemental Instructor for a college physics class at the University ... [more]

Hello! I'm Luke, and I'm currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Solid State Physics. I have undergraduate degrees in Physics and Applied Mathematics, a minor in Computer Science, as well as a master's degree in Physics, and a fair amount of experience in scientific computer programming. For me, the most rewarding intellectual task in my field is grappling with, understanding and visualizing the quantum mechanical properties of systems. I also enjoy unexpected and elegant mathematical argumen... [more]

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