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I took Calculus as a senior in high school and made straight A's in the class. I often assisted other students outside of class with their understanding of the concepts. I have since taken Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, and Differential Equations & Linear Algebra in college. I would go so far as to say that I have gained additional understanding of Calculus as a whole due to its application in nearly all of my physics courses taken in college as well. I am an undergraduate student at Trinity University pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Physics. I have always loved lea [more]

I am an M.I.T. graduate in math who is personable and patient (not a nerd). I teach and tutor math as my occupation and passion. If you want someone who can explain the why as well as the how, then I would love to work with you. I am a math person (BS degree in mathematics from M.I.T.) with substantial experience and success in teaching and tutoring non-math people. I have 11 years experience teaching Algebra I, Algebra II, geometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Statistics and College Algebra in high school and college classrooms. In addition, I have more than 3 years of experience and success in ou [more]

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I have strong background in math and computer engineering with tutoring experience for high school and college students. My skill is based on teaching course key concepts with different solution ways (short and fast, or deeply with detail) as step by step. Please, take a look at my customers feedback comments. I have tutored hundreds of students in computer science and engineering over the past eight years. I worked in the UTSA where I earned a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I love teaching students that really want to learn and have set a goal. Math, digital [more]

Calculus is the toolbox of physics, and I use this the tools to solve physical problems on a daily basis. I have a deep level of training in all levels of mathematics, and in tutoring students in the application of complex subjects. I have spent over 8 years tutoring and helping students from all backgrounds to overcome these kinds of difficulties. The most important part of getting past whatever difficulties you are having now and moving on to mastering these subjects is understanding. And this is what I will help you achieve. I have extensive knowledge and experience in most areas of mat [more]

I am a senior, graduating in Fall 2016 at UTSA in Electrical Engineer. I have experience tutoring and mentoring college, middle, and high school students with different courses. I love to try to teach and show how easy math and science becomes with tricks and easy methods of learning and retaining what was learned. Since I am a current student, I believe this gives me an edge over some of the other tutors. I know exactly how a student feels when he does not understand how to start problem... [more]

I majored in math in college. I took AP calculus in high school and then I took calculus again in college for the express purpose of learning to teach the subject matter. In addition, I have tutored calculus for four years for many tutoring agencies, in the course of which I have passed all qualifying examinations. This is my specialty subject. I graduated from Cornell University with a BA in Mathematics and a 3.9 GPA. I also have a law degree from Columbia Law School. I have three years of experience tutoring middle school and high school students in all levels of math, from pre-algebra to ca [more]

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College, I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and examples for the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math. I have experience privately tutoring the aforementioned subjects in addition to: Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (single-variable and multivariate), and Differential Equations. Hello, I'm Natalie! Welcome to my page! I'm an enthusiastic, skilled, and versatile instructor and scientist with 7+ years [more]

I took Calculus I, II, and III, as well as Advanced Calculus to get my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics. I am a proficient and native user of sign language. I have experience in teaching American Sign Language as I have taught the subject at the college level as well as have tutored so many students in the language. I have such a passion about this beautiful and expressive language as I desire to help those who truly have an interest in the language become fluent in the language with a great understanding of the grammar rules, facial expressions and linguistics of it. I also am proficient in [more]

"Laughter and tears are both responses to frustration and exhaustion. I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning do to do afterward." - Kurt Vonnegut The relationship between the student and tutor is so important for student success. By creating an environment of acceptance, making progress becomes easier. I have taught 6-13th grade Math for 15 years including Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, College Algebra, and College Pre-Algebra. Additionally... [more]

I have helped many improve on grades in Math, Physics, and Engineering. I am a trained and experienced tutor working with students at different levels for Northwest Vista College's Math Lab and UTSA's Mechanical Engineering lab (Graduate Teaching assistant) I break things down with visual and practical examples that are easy to remember. I help follow students through assignments, often going the extra mile to give more clarifications or respond to their questions by phone or email... [more]

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