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I am a PhD student studying Nuclear and Particle Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. I am passionate about inspiring students, especially young women, to feel confident in their mathematical and scientific abilities. While most of this confidence is gained through thoroughly learning the course material, I find it is equally important to understand how and when to ask for help with understanding. Trained primarily as a Supplemental Instructor for a college physics class at the University ... [more]

I received a calculus certificate through Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and am very familiar with both general and AP Calculus curricula. I have been tutoring math and science for 6 years. I've worked with over 100 clients and, in the past, have been placed in the top 1% of all 72,000 or more tutors using the Wyzant website. I am a Pennsylvania triple certified teacher with years of experience in the field. In addition to teaching and tutoring I conduct research for the Physics Department at the University of Pittsburgh. I completed my undergraduate and graduate studies at Slip [more]

I LOVE science and math. I studied chemistry at Oberlin College, and then went on to earn both a Master's degree and PhD in physical chemistry (with an emphasis on quantum mechanics) from Yale University. After that, I taught chemistry at Southwestern University for two years. I recently moved to Pittsburgh, and am looking for a way to continue doing the work I love with students in a part-time capacity. In my many years as a tutor, teaching assistant, teaching fellow, and then professor, ... [more]

After completing a Ph.D. in mathematics, I began a 30-year teaching career at the university level. During this time, I taught courses at all levels of mathematics. I enjoy teaching calculus, especially preparing students to take the AP Calculus exams. I also have an interest in encouraging women in the sciences and mathematics. To this end I started the Women in Mathematics program, whose goal was to provide a strong network of support for women students in the sciences.... [more]

My objective in tutoring is to help my students reach their goals. In practice, this means that I work hard to assist my students in understanding the subject matter while also teaching the student to become an independent learner. My years of experience have given me the skills to put concepts in terms that students will understand. I have many years of experience tutoring students ranging in level from high school through the first several years of college math. I am as comfortable showing... [more]

I've taught all levels of calculus, including differential and integral calculus, multidimensional, and other topics usually included in such courses (such as infinite series, dot products and cross products, etc.). We can discuss the theory or work practice problems to master technique! Introduction. My name is Nick. I have a B.S. in Math and Physics from Case Western Reserve University and an M.S. in Applied Math from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. I've been tutoring math on and off for 15 years, and I have about 5 years of experience teaching math as an instructor or teaching assistan [more]

Hi, I'm Robin. I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics with a minor in math from the University of Akron. I also have 5 years of graduate work in Optical Sciences in the College of Optical Sciences, at the University of Arizona. I have several years of teaching experience, both in a one-on-one setting as a tutor for high school and college students, and in a classroom setting teaching college level math, optics, and physics as a teaching assistant. I also have experience working in optics a... [more]

I am a graduate of Malone College with a degree in mathematics and secondary education. I have been a certified (licensed) teacher since 1985, teaching subjects ranging from basic junior high math to AP calculus. I have taught ages ranging from 5th grade through college. In addition to mathematics, I have also taught health, PE, chemistry and physics. Outside of the classroom I have coached cross country, track and robotics. Many students I have coached and taught have continued on to... [more]

I got a 5 on my AP Calc test and have since taken calc II and III. I have used calculus so much in all the math classes that I have taken and thus am very comfortable teaching others. While at college I tutored 4 students in calculus. Hi parents and students! My name is Mark. I am academically gifted. I got a perfect 800 on my math SAT. I majored in mathematics at Grove City College and was on the math honorary society. I have tutored students in prealgebra, SAT math, ACT Math, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Statistics, Business Calculus, Precalculus, Calculus I, II, and III, and more! In [more]

I am a Computer Engineering and Math undergraduate student at the University of Akron. I am a rising sophomore and I currently have a 3.97 cumulative GPA. I participate in the University of Akron NASA Robotics Team and the University of Akron Ultimate Frisbee club team. I graduated high school with a 4.3 cumulative weighted GPA and high marks in all of my mathematics and science courses. Although I have no prior tutoring experience, my success throughout high school and college shows my unde... [more]

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