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Will travel 15 miles

$42 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

I am in my senior year as a math major and have a year and a half of experience as a learning assistant at FIU, helping students with math from algebra to differential equations. I?m Michael! I am currently a senior at Florida International University, majoring in mathematics and fulfilling the pre-med prerequisites. I was actually never a huge fan of math, until one amazing teacher in high school sparked my interest and love for it. It was then that I realized how much of an impact great teachers have on young minds. Great teachers understand what concepts students tend to have difficulty wit [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.96 181 ratings

I graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in Brain and Cognitive Sciences in June 2013, and I currently work as an instructor at an independent teaching and educational research institute. In high school, I graduated as valedictorian. I took multiple AP math and science courses, in addition to serving as president of my school's Science Honor Society and participating as a member of my school's Math Honor Society. I scored a 31 (out of 36) on the ACT and a 2020 (out of 2400) on the... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

Starting in Broward County, I tutored mathematics through the math club at my high school, Cypress Bay, where I received over 60 service hours. After graduating, I continued tutoring through private sessions that were personally scheduled, throughout my entire undergraduate college career. Theses sessions varied in subject, including introductory statistics, algebra, calculus, and more. After receiving a 4-year degree, I spent 2 years teaching physics labs, spending 1 year at Florida Inter... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.93 87 ratings

I am a public school math teacher with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from UCLA and a passion for mathematics and physics. In addition, I am a painter and write short fiction and poetry. Ultimately, learning is about using one's creative power and applying it to the different subjects; it involves recognizing one's strengths and using them to create knowledge structures that can support effective learning. That and creating a positive atmosphere are two of my main tutoring go... [more]

In order to earn my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, my course load included not only Calculus 1, 2, and 3, but also many other challenging math courses including Differential Equations, Radar Systems, Thermodynamics, Control Systems and others. I graduated with an impressive 3.6 GPA. I went on to teach adult students at the University Level for over 2 years. I enjoy calculus and I especially love sharing the enlightenment of understanding that dawns on a student when they finally 'get it' for the first time. Calculus is said to be abstract. Instead of actually calculating an [more]

Calculus takes his roots from works of Newton and Leibniz. Half of course is dedicated to the theory of differential calculus and its geometrical applications. The other have studies the theory of Reimann integration. Calculus II is usually dedicated to some topics of mathematical analysis (one of my favorite subjects). Calculus III usually generalizes the properties of functions, learned in the first two courses, to many real variables. Mathematics is easy only for Will Hunting. For the rest of us it is only easy one small step at the time. Gifted students and/or interesting subjects will ge [more]

I received an A in calculus, and have gotten 5s on the Calculus AB and BC exams Hello! I'm a rising junior attending Duke University. I first got into tutoring my senior year of high school, when I was hired by a company. I was looking for a part time job at the time, but I had no idea I had stumbled upon my passion. I fell in love with the entire tutoring process, from explaining math problems, to guiding students who are lost, and ultimately seeing the look of realization on their face when they understand a concept. Ever since, I have had ample tutoring experience... [more]

Greetings prospective students! I am an experienced math tutor and certified teacher that loves to help students of all ages achieve success. I have been tutoring for 10+ years in the fields of math ranging from Pre-Algebra to Advanced Calculus. My philosophy of tutoring is that by doing a good job, a student should be prepared to achieve success without my help. What I find in my experience is that there are often gaps in a student's mathematical knowledge and understanding. By systemat... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.98 565 ratings

I currently teach Mathematics at Broward College with 9 years teaching experience. I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA with major in Aircraft Engineering and a Bachelor's plus an MBA in International Business with 327 credit hours in undergraduate and graduate courses. I am a college Math professor with Broward College and tutor with more than 10 years teaching experience in a variety of settings. My certifications include a Master?s Degree in Aircraft Engineering, an MBA in International Business and Florida Teaching Certification for Math, with 327 credit hours [more]

Hi! I'm CJ. I graduated from Bucknell University in the spring of 2017 with a Bachelor's of Science in Physics. My experience in tutoring began in high school at Cypress Bay High School. As a junior, I became an officer of the Math Honor Society and head of the math tutoring program at Cypress Bay. Later on, I began working at Mathnasium, a franchise dedicated to filling in foundational gaps in mathematics for countless of students. There, I became lead instructor and managed the floor, assur... [more]

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