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Hi, I'm Cullin! I graduated magna cum laude from Case Western Reserve University, where I completed majors in physics and philosophy and a minor in German. My two majors have put me in a unique position to teach both quantitative and qualitative topics, and I often use one to illustrate the other. After college, I taught middle and high school math and science at a private school in Los Angeles, and then I taught high school math at a public school in Maryland. I am currently working on a PhD... [more]

I am a student at Binghamton University studying to get a bachelors in both physics and mathematics. I spent most of high school working in peer tutoring services. I worked as a tutor towards the end of my senior year as well. When I tutor I try to take on whatever role my student needs of me; whether that means I'm just checking their work or diving deeper into a subject with them. Math can seem very opaque, and sometimes it is very fickle, however it does not take much work to derive a solu... [more]

Hello! I am a college graduate from Albright College. I graduated in May 2011 with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and a teaching certificate to teach mathematics in grades 7-12. While in college, I was part of the Academic Learning Center where I tutored college students in mathematics and sociology anywhere from basic courses to preparing for the Praxis exams. At school, I became a CRLA certified tutor through training and courses. How I tutor depends on the student. I always want to l... [more]

Dear Sir/Madam: I received my PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering, MS/BSc degree in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. I was always the top grade student in classes through the PhD studies. Having learned 13 college math courses, all with A or A+ grades, I have an excellent command of the math subjects. And also with good command of multiple physics subjects - general, mechanics, electromagnetism, light/photon, nuclear and x-ray, petrophysics, etc. I have taught 9 enginee... [more]

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Knowledge of calculus is key to to the study of many areas of higher math. Calculus also finds significant applications in engineering, as well physics, chemistry, and other physical sciences. Increasingly, the methods of calculus are proving useful in biology, business and economics, and other fields. My studies in math at the graduate and undergraduate level have given me an appreciation of calculus from the level of practical calculations to advanced theory. My background in physics has also made familiar with many of the applications of calculus. I have taught many levels of college c [more]

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I have worked with at least 10 students in the past with Calculus 1 and 2, and am currently working with a student on. Calculus 1 through the online system. Hello, my name is Theresa and I would like to tell you a little about myself. First of all, I recently moved to Bethlehem area from Maryland, where I spent 4 years as a math teacher. I got married, and we moved to this area for my husband's work. While my degree is in Biology, I also have experience in Mathematics. I am a very patient person, and I love helping people through difficult material. I am looking forward to working [more]

I have been tutoring and successfully teaching calculus for the past 5 years, plus. I have a few odds tricks to help with understanding and am developing more as I work with the subject. My name is Wendy. I have a secondary school (middle and high) teaching certificate in math from IL, and an endorsement in psychology, and experience with most other subjects. I have been teaching for the past 20 years and more, usually in math, but often helping with many other subjects. I have developed a number of little tricks to help with remembering many steps and different methods. I try to make lear [more]

I have a Minor in Applied Mathematics, and I have been tutoring all levels of high school calculus for eight years. I have prepared several high school students for their AP Calculus exams. I also have experience tutoring Calculus I to college students. I always wanted to be a teacher and started the certification process when I graduated with my Bachelor's Degree. While exploring teaching jobs, I found a position at a tutoring company and quickly discovered that working with students one-on-one was my calling. That was eight years ago, and I am still tutoring! Tutoring gives me the freed [more]

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