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Hello! I have five years of experience tutoring children of all academic levels from Pre-K through Graduate School and formerly served as the director of a tutoring center, a position that I left in 2014 to return to the teaching that I love. I hold BA degrees in both Physics and Philosophy from Grinnell College, completed my graduate coursework in the Philosophy of Religion at McMaster University, have authored solutions manuals for Differential Equations textbooks, edited published academi... [more]

Throughout my studies I have taken Algebra, Trigonometry, pre-Calculus, single and multi-variable Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. In all classes I've gotten no less than A's. I am comfortable teaching any of the topics above and I have seen where they apply in the world of science, giving me a unique perspective. I have a Ph.D. in Chemistry from MIT, as well as a B.S. in Chemistry and a B.S. in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from UC-Irvine. In the past I have run chemistry workshops and tutored many undergraduate students. In addition, as part of my requirement for grad [more]

Hi I?m Liz! I graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at UCLA. Throughout school, I have always been the person others come to for help in STEM coursework. I really like helping others understand these subjects, especially in ways that are easy for me to understand. Through fun analogies and lots of practice, learning difficult Math and Science concepts becomes significantly easier. I have a couple of years of tutoring experience, helping a few classmates with Chemist... [more]

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I have more than 13 years of successful tutoring experience in Math and Physics. I have a B.S. in Physics and I got my B.S. in two majors Mechanical Engineering and Nuclear Engineering from University of California of Berkeley. I worked remotely as a researcher with my team at Berkeley on a fluid mechanics project. Currently, I am working as an engineer for NASA at JPL. I am mainly responsible for software development and testing engineering models and flight units. I am planning to go back t... [more]

I am currently studying aerospace engineering at Iowa State University and am looking for a job over the summer. I have had a great amount of success in my first year and earned an A in every single class. I have a little experience tutoring in the past but I feel I would be very beneficial to any high school student taking upper level math and science courses. My rates are negotiable. I passed Calculus I and II at the university level with an A . I also passed Physics at the university l... [more]

My name is Marina, and I always loved the amazing logic of mathematics. In 1997, I received my bachelor's degree in engineering from the Technical University of Moldova. Soon after this, I moved to Kuwait where I had a chance to obtain my certificate in education from University of Sunderland (UK). I've been teaching mathematics in the English School Fahaheel in Kuwait from 2003 until 2010. The British educational system does not separate mathematics into prealgebra, algebra, geometry, etc.,... [more]

Senior year CSUN math major. Have years of experience tutoring fellow college students in Calculus. Hello perspective students, my name's Kirk. I am a current California State University Northridge student in my senior year of their Mathematics Bachelor's program. I have past experience tutoring fellow college students and have found it to be a lot of fun to help others work through the problems they are having. I would love to help you get past the stumbling blocks we all deal with when working on math. Please contact me for any assistance you need.... [more]

I am a PhD physicist with a broad experience in teaching, mentoring and tutoring all levels of secondary school and/or college mathematics and physics. I am enthusiastic about helping others understand materials and generous with offering my views and knowledge. I enjoy teaching and consider it as an interaction, through which the teacher also learns from the students, analyzing their problems and improving his own. If you need help with math/physics problems, want to improve your understan... [more]

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