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I have extensive experience tutoring a broad range of math, chemistry, and physics courses. I've been freelance tutoring for 5+ years and also have several years of experience tutoring for universities. On top of that I have been a teaching assistant in physics for 3 years. I can tutor both lower level and upper level math and physics classes, from high school level to sophmore/junior college level. My approach to teaching is based on you're needs as student. So whether you need a tutor to ... [more]

I have a bachelors degree in chemistry from a small school in Arkansas, though I took organic chemistry for majors at our own CSU! I love chemistry, am a nerd through and through. During my studies, I tutored in organic chemistry, as well as doing TA work for a chemistry class. Additionally, I've had seven internships in organic, analytical, polymer, and forensic chemistry, the most recent of which were in Germany! All that required a bit of technical writing, and I enjoy creative languag... [more]

I have more than 10 years of experience in teaching. I hold a Ph.D. and three Master's degrees in the fields of Physics, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, and Nuclear Engineering. I completed my graduate studies at UW-Madison and earned my B.S. at Princeton University. As such, the following is a non-comprehensive list of some of the subjects in which I have tutored past students. I am qualified to teach other subjects not listed, so please call or text me with other inquiries. ... [more]

I discovered my love for math at a very young age. As a mathematics major who is aspiring to be a mathematician, I found this love expanding into the realm of teaching. My experience has shown me that everyone can learn to find their own connection with math as long as they have the right support to learn at their own pace. I thrive on giving individualized lesson plans to each student, because I know everyone learns a little differently. I completed an Associates of Science with a designa... [more]

I am in my 6th year as a PhD candidate at CSU, and have been tutoring since I was an undergraduate at Northern Arizona University. My mother is a high school physics teacher, and I have been drawn to teaching my whole life. I have been a camp counselor, tutor, supplemental instructor and a teaching assistant. I have enjoyed all of these roles helping students learn and understand. Helping students gain the skills to succeed and seeing their knowledge grow is what really gets me excited for tu... [more]

I graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors of Civil Engineering, with a minor in physics and mathematics. My love for teaching and tutoring began during college, where I was renowned for providing clear and concise explanations to difficult problems. I have the ability to see the unique strengths in each student, and I strive to use all learning modalities to coach students in developing their strengths while working on their challenges. As a tutor, my approach is to make s... [more]

I'm a third year Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering student at CSU. I'm also pursuing a math minor. I'm in the honors program, Tau Beta Pi, and Engineers Without Borders. I enjoy hiking, skiing, painting, hanging out with my friends, and math. I've been a learning assistant with the CSU math department for 3 full semesters. This means I work in class, with the teacher, and as a tutor as an undergrad. I just started tutoring for the math department for the summer. I have a passion for helpi... [more]

Calculus is a staple of knowledge to understand how many principles and idea work in mathematics. With my background in experimental particle physics (I have a Ph.D), I have used calculus throughout my education college career and beyond. Calculus is understanding of how mathematics works. I have tutored in mathematics and physics during my graduate years while earning my PhD in experimental particle physics. I have a passion for mathematics and physics and love continuing to learn myself. I find it rewarding to see others learn in these areas as well. I have a large base of subjects for [more]

I am a Ph.D student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University (CSU) currently. Before coming to CSU, I got my bachelor's degree at a famous university in China that specially cultivates middle school and high school teachers. My major was mathematics, and I got a teacher's certificate in China. I tutored several undergraduates from CSU last year. I can teach all of the math covered in middle school and high school as well as linear algebra, calculus, and probability ... [more]

Calculus is one of those classes that seems completely foreign at first. The word problems seem like a new language and all of the rules and tricks can be confusing at first. I like to explain things in a way that makes them quick to learn and easy to remember. As a chemistry graduate student, I am constantly refining my skills as an educator as well as a student. After amassing thousands of hours of professional teaching experience in several different settings, I am confident that my methods are successful ? feel free to check out what my past students have said about me! I hold myself and m [more]

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