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I have experience and a comfort level with differential and integral calculus from my university studies in electrical engineering as well as my many years of experience working as an engineer. I also have experience applying the concepts of calculus to problems in classical mechanics, electromagnetic fields and waves, and linear circuit analysis. I have considerable experience effectively tutoring students of various ages in a variety of science and mathematics topics. I have a proven track-record tutoring students both in-person and on-line. In addition to my private tutoring experience, I a [more]

I have completed Ph.D. in Astronomy from Indiana University in November of 2017. My research focus is to study Gravitational Instabilities in protoplanetary disks. I had the privilege of teaching Astronomy to the undergraduate students at Indiana University. I have taught the following introductory astronomy courses for non-science majors: (1) The Solar System (Summer 2012, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015) (2) Search for Life in the Universe (Summer 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, ... [more]

I tutored physics, economics, chemistry and mathematics(up to College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II) while I was an Engineering Science student at Southeastern Illinois College. I believe I helped many of the students that I tutored to improve their understanding and achieve a higher grade in the courses that I helped them with. ... [more]

I moved to the states from China in 2008, and proudly became a U.S. Citizen five years later. With my strong math education background in my original country, I wanted to become a math instructor in this new-to-me country, so I've been spending almost six years to equip myself with math related teaching skills. I've earned my AS degree at ECTC, a BA degree at WKU, and am expecting an MS degree from WKU in May 2015. While seeking the degrees, I also take any opportunity to tutor or teach m... [more]

As a student myself I have received a 4.0 grade for Calculus I and II. I have also tutored this class to my peers and youngsters. I am a research scientist and all my scientific works are intimately connected to utilizing the elements of Calculus. I hold a doctorate degree in theoretical physics from Florida State University and have tutored more than 3000 students (over 10,000 individual sessions) in Physics and Math broadly defined. I have tutored at all levels of Education ranging from K-12 all the way up to Ph.D. students. In addition, I have taught at various high schools, 4-year colleges [more]

I received my undergraduate degree in math and cello performance from Indiana University. During my undergraduate years, I received national awards (the Goldwater scholarship, a top 25 finish in the Putnam exam), and high recognition from the IU math department (the Ciprian Foias Prize, the Marie S. Wilcox scholarship). In high school, I scored a 2400 on the SAT, and earned a 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam from self study. I also received a 5 on the AP Statistics exam. I have teaching exper... [more]

I have had the pleasure of tutoring undergraduate students at Indiana University in general chemistry and biochemistry, general chemistry labs, organic chemistry, biology, and anatomy. I also have experience as an assistant instructor, leading a general chemistry lab for a semester. Chemistry can be a very hard subject area. Thankfully, I have had many good teachers, professors, and assistant instructors throughout my academic career that have helped me understand and learn the material. T... [more]

I have an MBA from the University of Tampa. If you are looking for math tutor, look no further! I've been teaching elementary school, middle school and high school math for over 10 years at Saturday schools and a private school and also help with preparing students for middle/high school and college entrance exams in Japan or the U.S. I am a recently retired actuary and math has always been a part of my life. Teaching is a great passion of mine, and I find it extremely rewarding to contrib... [more]

I have tutored calculus at Indiana University for over 6 years. I especially enjoy helping first year students make the transition from high school to college. As a scientist I am especially interested in helping students see the practical applications of calculus in solving real world problems. I have had the pleasure of tutoring undergraduate students at Indiana University for over 6 years. I have mainly focused on finite and first year calculus but also have experience tutoring physics and chemistry. Additionally I have been a teaching assistant for multiple semesters in finite. Math is [more]

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