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Hi, my name is Richard! In the fall of 2013, I obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at the University of Florida and a mathematics education minor through the UFTeach program. I am an extremely hard worker, and my student's learning has always been my number one priority. In order to ensure that my students understand the material, I believe it is important to encourage and support them in a very caring and respectful manner. I believe that patience is a virtue and that learning is a... [more]

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]

I?m a math major with years of experience tutoring basically any undergraduate math class. I aced calculus and can help you master the material too. I'm a math major at the University of Florida with many years of experience tutoring and participating in math competitions. I'm currently taking graduate level math classes but I love teaching and can help with just about any undergraduate level math class, up to and including calculus, differential equations, sets and logic, linear algebra, and abstract algebra.... [more]

I am an undergraduate student at UF who has a passion for mathematics and science. I am a double major in mathematics and physics. I tutored throughout high school and college. I am a very encouraging tutor because I believe everyone has the capability of understanding a subject if they have a person willing to show them in the right direction. I am also looking to tutor all ages. I am very patient with my students because I know the struggle of not being able to understand a subject! I l... [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 have earned As in Calculus 1,2, and 3 at UF. I also have experience with differential equations which gives me a broader background from which to teach Calculus. Hello, my name is Kayla and I'm an Industrial and Systems Engineering Student at the University of Florida. I graduated from the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB) at Palm Harbor University High School in 2016 (higher level, Chemistry, History, and English standard level, Math (methods), Spanish, and Psychology). I enjoy spending my time running, hiking, going to football games, and doing calculus homework. I am drive [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 Third-Year Mechanical Engineering Major at the University of Florida with plans to go for my Masters. I have experience tutoring fellow students and hosting study sessions for subjects such as Calculus, Statics, Physics, etc. I was a former TA for a Computer-Aided Design course, and will become a Thermodynamics TA in the Spring. Additionally, I've maintained a high grade-point average in those subject areas required in Mechanical Engineering, such as Thermodynamics and Numerical Analys... [more]

I've been a professor of mathematics for about 15 years; teaching a variety of classes including: prealgebra and all levels of algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, geometry, probability and a variety of other math topics in classes like Contemporary Math, Math Readiness, etc. I've also tutored students in preparation for the math portions of the GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, and other standardized exams. There's a big difference between tutors that know how to work a problem and tutors that can teach you how to work out the problems yourself; how to think through the problems. If you're going t [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]

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