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I'm an experienced teacher who loves helping students achieve their educational goals. I have a B.A. (History; Math), two M.A.'s (European History; History of Science, Medicine, & Technology), and a wide range of teaching: taught many different college history courses; high school math; junior high math and science; ESL in Taiwan; chess. Also have good standardized test scores (e.g., GRE 790V, 780M, 720A; "competitive" score on the NSA's Professional Qualifications T... [more]

Tutoring has been a passion for me for the last seven years. I first began tutoring in my final year of high school and seeing my student go from struggling to success was the best feeling I ever had. When I started my undergraduate studies in Mathematics, I was offered a job in the Center for Academic Development. While there, I tutored peers in math, was ranked in the top tutors for several semesters and was then selected for"The Most Outstanding Tutor" award which is give to the most quali... [more]

I am a rising Junior at Union College studying Mechanical Engineering. On top of my academics, I am a member of the Varsity Baseball team and the Vice-President of my Fraternity, Chi Psi. At Barrington High School I was a member of the National Honors Society and also helped set up many study groups between friends and students alike. At Union, I spent my Freshman year helping out my friends with academics as well as setting up more study groups with my peers. On top of all of this I love... [more]

I am a recent college graduate with a degree in Physics. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant for two semesters in courses which made heavy use of interactive learning techniques. Through this I developed an extensive knowledge of teaching methods. Throughout my college career I have worked as a private tutor for many physics and math courses. I am currently searching for a position as a permanent high school level physics teacher. I have studied calculus and linear algebra in both p... [more]

I currently work as a department chair of an excellent high school in Rhode Island. I teach AP Calculus and absolutely love it. I also am an instructor at Johnson and Wales University. I love teaching math and helping students make sense out of the confusion that sometimes arises with the material. I love teaching Calculus. I can really help students see how the topics from Algebra intertwine with Calculus to understand the concepts. Sometimes student have difficulty with procedure, and ... [more]

I studied Chemical Engineering at Purdue University and Carnegie Mellon University. I earned my PhD at the latter where my research required heavy use of advanced mathematics. Along the way, I also earned a Masters of Science in Colloids, Polymers, and Surfaces. So I have a solid understanding of general chemistry and the basics of organic chemistry. During my studies, I tutored undergraduate students in mathematics. I also taught a few classes on advanced fluid dynamics (when my advisor n... [more]

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