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I have a PhD. in experimental nuclear physics and have been tutoring for more than 5 years. I have completed undergraduate coursework in the following math subjects - differential and integral calculus, advanced calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, advanced differential equations with applications, and complex analysis. Hi, Everyone, I am a long-time senior engineering physicist at a national laboratory, with a Ph.D. in experimental nuclear physics from the State University of New York-Stony Brook (now called Stony Brook University). Over the years I have enjoyed interacting wit [more]

Whether students love math and science or despise them, I am usually able to make the experience better for them. I tailor tutoring sessions based on students? needs and parents? expectations. When a student is struggling, I provide specific help where it's needed. I am particularly good at making Chemistry much less painful to deal with. I am able to explain the material in understandable ways. One of the best compliments I received recently is that one of my students jokingly said to her... [more]

My name is Marty, and I would love to tutor your children in whatever they need help in. I majored in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and also achieved an Associates in Science from Parkland Community College. For my Associates degree, I studied mostly chemistry and math, but also physics and biology. For my history major, I mostly studied European History, but also took many classes in U.S. and Ancient History. I feel that I am very proficient in all areas and ... [more]

Having a degree in mathematics, calculus was used throughout my education. In fact, calculus is a tool I use on a day-to-day basis. I've been tutoring the subject for over 10 years. I have over fifteen years of experience tutoring to high school, college, and graduate students. My specialty lies in tutoring mathematics in several areas such as calculus, elementary/abstract algebra, linear algebra, differential equations, real/complex analysis, and topology. In my experience, I've found that students learn mathematics most efficiently through conceptual-based learning and active engagement in [more]

I am Zack! I have been tutoring since my very first year at my university, and I love helping people learn, and learn how to learn. I worked in the Academic Assistance Resource Center (AARC) at my university's library where I tutored fellow students in Physics, Engineering, Astronomy, and Mathematics. I also worked as a Physics Laboratory Instructor in my academic department at Stephen F Austin State University, where I was responsible for maintaining the lab equipment and I taught students t... [more]

As an undergrad engineering major as well as a graduate applied mathematics major, I had to take practically every existing calculus course (and did well in all of them). These included calculus 1, calculus 2, calculus 3, differential equations, advanced calculus, applied differential equations, and partial differential equations. Don't let math or computer science be intimidating! My name is Mike, and I have a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign and a master's degree in applied mathematics from the University of Illinois at Chicago. [more]

I took AP Calculus BC in high school and received an A both semesters as well as receiving a 5 on the AP test, the highest score you can receive. I also took 2 additional math courses while in college beyond calculus. Hi, my name is Brett and I am a graduate from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Chemistry. I received an Outstanding Academic Achievement Award for excellence in my major. I have worked as a free-lance tutor for the past year for middle-school and high-school aged students, specializing i [more]

Ever since I can remember, I was always helping other students with math. I enjoyed helping my classmates succeed. It ultimately made me think about pursuing a teaching career. My goal is to show you that it is not as hard as it seems. With the right motivation, dedication, and effort, you will find success in any math class you are struggling with. Many of my classmates that asked me for help really just wanted me to do their homework for them or to copy my answers. They wanted nothing to ... [more]

While I do not teach calculus directly, I teach calculus based physics and teach students how to use calculus to solve physics problems. I also took calculus BC (calc 1 and 2) in high school and scored a 5 on both the calculus 1 and 2 portions. I also have two minors in mathematics (general and educational). I am the head of a group of physics teachers at a local high school. This is my third year of teaching AP Physics C, a calculus based physics course. I also teach honors and general physics. I am also on a team that is charged with writing the physics curriculum for the district. I also ha [more]

I love teaching math and science, and I know how to make it fun and interesting. As a physicist I work everyday with math and science, and I have a long experience in teaching and tutoring at all levels (university, high school, middle and elementary school). My son (a 5th grader) scores above 99 percentile in all math tests, and you too can have high scores.... [more]

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