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I love to teach physics and math and as a tutor I work hard to help students understand the basic concepts in physics and solve problems . I have taught a few under graduate students before. Having obtained a PhD in Theoretical Physics, I have the knowledge and a good understanding to be able to tutor undergraduate level Physics and Math up through the level of Calculus. I did a Bachelors and Masters in Physics from India and got a Research Assistant position in DESY, University of Hamburg, ... [more]

I have 13 years of college experience, however, I was not a professional student. My experience as a tutor started in High School and has continued through 25 years of professional experience as a Nuclear Engineering Safety Analyst. In High School, I played an active role in the "Learning Shop", first as a student in need of help and later as a tutor of math and physics. In college, my experience was tutoring my fellow classmates at the request of the professor or by personnel inquiries. ... [more]

I'm currently an instructor at Virginia Tech and have spent the last three years here teaching Calculus I-III as well as Differential Equations. As to my background: In 2009, I received a Bachelor's in Mathematics from Buffalo State College and was certified to teach 7-12th grade Mathematics from 2010-2015. I went on to pursue my Master's degree in Mathematics, which I received in 2014. As a student, I earned A's in both my undergraduate and graduate level Differential Equations course... [more]

I have experience training students in probability and statistics for many fields of study, including actuarial programs. I have gone through the experience of studying and passing actuarial exams and will train the students to prepare for the actuarial exams. I have a Ph.D. in probability theory and have training in Statistics. I have taught statistics for a long time and well versed in the theoretical and applied side of statistics. I have extensive training in Mathematics and Statistic... [more]

Hello, I'm Jay, a graduate student and research assistant at Virginia Tech. I graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology which consistently ranks among the world's top universities. At Virginia Tech, I'm a part of a research group which is working towards making American Railroads faster and safer. So as you might've guessed, algebra, calculus, mechanics and statistics constitute the means to my bread and butter. Before starting my graduate studies, I was a sub... [more]

From an early age I have had a love of mathematics and problem solving. I always knew I would pursue a career in mathematics. After obtaining a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in computer science from Lynchburg College, I completed a M.A. in mathematics from Wake Forest University with additional work in computer science. Fate pushed me into education, where I fell in love with teaching. The first five years of my career was spent teaching college. From there I was fortunate to land my c... [more]

I have 22 years of classroom experience teaching all levels of high school math ranging from Algebra I to introductory Calculus, in addition to teaching chemistry and physics. Currently, I am a math remediation coordinator for a public high school. Further, I offer complete test-prep courses for the SAT/PSAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT. My students have been able to gain admittance to some of the most prestigious universities in the United States.... [more]

Practical training is available for science-eng'r students (VT MATH 1225-6, RU MATH 151) and for business majors (VT MATH 1525-6, RU MATH 126). Other tutored courses have included VT MATH 1206, 2214, 2224. Calculus is the mathematics of change. Slope (a derivative) is all about observing differences at a particular point. Integration is simply a "fancy way of adding" over history. Think about your car's dashboard: the speedometer indicates the immediate velocity. How do we "integrate" the speed? Enter the odometer (an "integrator") -- it adds, or accumulates, the distance traveled. Automatic [more]

Calculus is a favorite subject of mine. I have had a lot of success tutoring students in this subject. Recent high school students of mine have gotten 5's on their AP calculus exams. I am proud of them! College students are often my clients as well, especially those taking multi-variable and vector calculus. Math, Physics and Engineering are my main areas and I have a solid record of success helping students as a tutor. Most have improved by two grade points. Recently, I earned a doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech and won an award from ASME for my dissertation work. [more]

I've always wanted to change the lives of others around me, and I've found the best way to do that is through tutoring. Not only do my students get excellent grades and feel thrilled with their improved academic performance, but I also feel like I made a difference through helping someone overcome an obstacle. As an Honors graduate with an Advanced Diploma from my high school, I take academics and hard work very seriously. Perhaps the best example of this is my involvement with S.T.E.P. (Satu... [more]

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