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I took AP Calculus AB in high school, receiving a 5/5 on the AP exam. I have a dual degree in physics and chemistry, and therefore have a strong background working calculus problems. I also have three years of experience teaching physics to undergraduate college students, which included teaching these types of calculus concepts. I've been teaching in various forms over the past eight years, and nothing has been more meaningful and exciting for me than helping students grow as independent learners! As a principle, I don't just give students the answers - I ask questions to help guide them to [more]

Greetings students and parents! My name is Amanda, and I am offering my services as a tutor in a wide variety of classes depending on the age and needs of the student(s). I have performed volunteer tutoring for both young children and peers for over six years. My experience has ranged from elementary level coursework in spelling, reading comprehension, and basic science and math through high school level English, chemistry, history, anatomy, biology, geometry and calculus. I have also given ... [more]

I tutored calculus, both single- and multivariable, for three years at the college level, in addition to tutoring individual students in high school and college. I am extremely comfortable with the standard content and a variety of methods for explaining each topic. Hello! My name is Ben S., and there is nothing I love more than helping people learn math. I am in my last semester of graduate school at UK to teach secondary math. I studied math and Russian at a liberal arts college, graduating with honors in both subjects, and since graduating I have worked as a full-time paraeducator in high s [more]

Have taken up to Calc 3 at UK. 5's on AP tests in Calc AB and Calc BC. First off, a bit about me: I was born in Bulgaria but have lived here in Lexington over fifteen years. I attended Julius Marks Elementary, Winburn Middle, and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, where I also graduated from MSTC (the Math, Science and Technology Center). I'm currently a Computer Science Major and Math Minor at the University of Kentucky's School of Engineering, expecting to graduate December 2018 with a 3.9 GPA. This is my second degree; I graduated Summa Cum Laude from UK wit... [more]

I am a current PhD student at the University of Kentucky. I have taught ECO 391 and TA'd for classes in microeconomics and energy economics. ECO 391 is the final course in statistics required of all business majors at UK. I have also tutored several students in other programs in math and economics. I have a proven track record of teaching students difficult material quickly and thoroughly. I finish my class in roughly 2/3 the allotted time in the semester and fill the rest with value-adde... [more]

I graduated with a degree in psychology and have worked as a math tutor for over a year. My background in psychology has provided me great instruction on effective study habits and learning techniques. I love to read and write, and I am in the process of earning my certification to teach English as a foreign language in order to work abroad with the plan of returning to the US to become a high school English teacher. What I love most about teaching is making frustrating material understand... [more]

B.S. Mathematics - University of Houston Solid foundation in Algebra, Trigonometry, and Geometry (All essential components for success in Calculus) I love to learn! Pure and simple. I like to pass that passion for learning along to my students. I value the process of sharing knowledge as a human community and genuinely want to see others succeed in life. My ability to bring and enhance the knowledge of others not only brings me great fulfillment but also allows me to acquire knowledge from a multitude of sources I otherwise would not have access to. I am a Mathematics graduate from the Unive [more]

I have seven years experience tutoring independently and for Auburn University. Calc I, II, and chemistry were my most tutored subjects at about ten hours per week each. I have tutored every type of college student during my time at Auburn. I worked for the school as an individual tutor, a supplemental instructor (teach extra classes for a specific professor), and have supervised supplemental instructors. Last year, I taught high school chemistry and physics. The students have had very much success after I teach them multiple ways to solve problems and how to study for those specific classe [more]

Hello, my name is Kasie. I am a 28 year-old graduate student. My passion for helping students learn began in high school when I first started volunteering as a math tutor for underclassmen. I developed my tutoring style over the course of the last nine years. I have worked with middle school, high school and college students ranging in math subjects from pre-algebra to advanced calculus. I spent my previous two and a half years as an Assistant Learning Specialist and Math Specialist for the S... [more]

I've taken through calculus 4 (Differential Equations) at the university level and received an A or an A+ in every class. I also earned a 5 on the AP Calculus AB exam in high school. I have been tutoring calculus for a number of years and am comfortable explaining concepts ranging from pre-calc (and earlier) through multi-dimensional calculus and differential equations. Hello students and parents! My name is Kody and although I specialize in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) tutoring, I am well versed in and capable of tutoring a wide range of subjects. I graduated from [more]

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