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During my Undergraduate Career, I took Calculus I, II and III, each time passing them with an A in the class. I have faith in my ability to teach both Calculus I and Calculus III, Calculus II deals with "series" and I know that isn't my strong point. I not only have a love of teaching but a general thirst for knowledge. I was the student in undergraduate who wanted to take as many classes as I could. My first love is biology, and with that comes the general fascination with life. I believe learning is a constant process, and I not only seek to assist students in their learning endeavors but le [more]

My name is Kimberly and I have been tutoring for 5 years. I attended the University of Florida where I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics. While at UF, I tutored for the University Athletic Association where I worked with college athletes on a variety of different topics. After college, I continued to tutor while working for Sylvan Learning Center as well as privately for multiple families. I have worked with kids of all ages on a variety of math topics. I think math is fun and I en... [more]

I graduated with a Bachelor's in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida. I have applied to graduate school to pursue a Ph.D. in civil and environmental engineering focused on subsurface hydrology and contaminant transport. I did well in all my science and math classes, hence why I studied engineering, and part of the reason I did well was because I often tutored my peers. I am in Gainesville for the spring semester, planning some travel in the summer, and awaiting responses ... [more]

I am a senior studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Florida. I have always had a love for math and would love to help other students who are struggling. I have a younger brother who is 11 and has minor learning disabilities. I have always loved helping my brother in school and realize that some students just need to be taught the material a couple of times to truly understand it. Tutors have helped me through every school I have attended, including college, and I realize th... [more]

I am a chemical engineer from Spain, currently studying as a graduate student at University of Florida. I have been tutoring students for the last 6 years with very good results in different levels, from high school to college courses. Most of my experience is based on one-to-one intensive classes. ... [more]

I'm Franco! In the beginning of high school, although finding math very interesting, I was not proficient in it at all. After having a class with- who was arguably- the greatest professor I will ever meet, not only did I truly love math, I truly and thoroughly understood it: launching me into the school's math club, where I won many awards in local, state, and national competitions. His unorthodox, yet highly functional, intuitive and interactive teaching style would begin with basic facts we... [more]

I've been a professor of mathematics here in Gainesville for about 15 years; teaching primarily at Santa Fe College and the University of Florida. In that time I've had the pleasure of teaching students from a wide range of backgrounds; from middle school and high school dual-enrollment students to men and women in their 50's and 60's coming back to complete a degree. I've taught a variety of classes in mathematics from basic arithmetic and algebra all the way to calculus. And the one thin... [more]

I am a University of Florida alumni looking to help you or your child excel in his or her classes. Over the past couple of years, I have taken Algebra I/II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and AP Calculus AB and BC. I have obtained a Bachelor's in Math at UF and can tutor up to the collegiate level. In addition to math, I tutor other subjects as well. I have more than 100 hours of tutoring documented on Wyzant, combined with years of private tutoring experience. I have received the highest scores o... [more]

Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, II, III are subject areas that I can help with. The understanding of Limits leading up to the definition of the derivative are critical to understand the basics of the Calculus. Later using derivatives to solve word problems including rates and some analytical geometry. Integral Calculus comes later using that to calculate areas and solve problems involving Newtonian physics. Calculus III involves multiple integrals and three dimensional vector calculus for those students pursuing Science and Engineering degrees. [more]

Hi, my name is Courtney. With a mechanical engineering bachelor's degree and my current work towards a PhD in mechanical engineering, I have extensive knowledge in math and science related fields. I am fairly fluent in Spanish but would prefer to only tutor beginner levels. I have experience tutoring early high school algebra, Spanish, and English. I have also been an engineering teaching assistant for two semesters at UF. I use math everyday! It is most definitely my best subject and con... [more]

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