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Will travel 5 miles

$109 per hour.

4.99 1423 ratings

My PhD is in Physics. Most laws of physics are written in terms of differential equations (or the more complicated partial differential equations). My pear reviewed published papers involve solving infinitely many (literally) differential equations. Finally, I've tutored the subject for decades and have unique approaches that make it far more palatable to students. (( HIGHEST RATINGS! )) PARENTS: Bring the full weight of a PhD, as tutor, and student advocate. Hello Students! If you need help with mathematics, physics, or engineering, I'd be glad to help out. With dedication, every stud [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 376 ratings

During college I was at the top of my differential equations class. I often took the lead when collaborating on homework and helped many of my peers with the material. Since graduating I've taught many students diff eq with great success. It is one of my favorite subjects and I highly enjoy teaching and expanding its concepts and applications! Hello! My name is Philip. I'm excited about the opportunity to assist you in mastering the inherently difficult material in your math or physics course. I love mathematics and seeing the "Eureka!" moments when a student grasps a concept. As a graduate [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$75 per hour.

4.76 66 ratings

I have been a teaching assistant for the Partial Differential Equations course in the spring of 2015, and was the sole instructor for that course in the summer of 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania. I am currently a graduate student and teaching assistant in Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. During the course of my studies I have run recitations and workshops for mathematics courses from the pre-freshman to the postgraduate level, and have planned, designed, and taught two full-credit summer courses from scratch. I have been privately tutoring students for over a decade, and h [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$125 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

During my PhD work, I taught labs and tutored in college-level physics. This included designing experiments, supervising lab, and grading assignments. I also have experience as a high school and college math/physics tutor. I am available to tutor any level of physics, as well as calculus, linear algebra, or differential equations. I also am open to opportunities for SAT, ACT, GRE, or MCAT test prep. The key to successful math tutoring is to find problem-solving methods that both make se... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$100 per hour.

4.69 26 ratings

I took differential equations at Penn State and received an A-. Since then, I have used differentials in most of my engineering classes and have continued to improve my skills at taking derivatives and integrals. I graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in December 2015. I have spent the past year working as a packaging engineer for a company that manufactures medical devices. My degree required years of math and mechanical engineering classes, which I performed very well in. I have taken all of the math classes that I selected, along with calculus III ( [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$160 per hour.

5.0 10 ratings

I have been teaching Linear Algebra and Differential Equations at Drexel University for the past 11 years. I see Differential Equations as an extension of Linear Algebra. That is why it is one of my favorite subjects to teach. It is a very structured and elegant subject which has a lot more to do with algebra than with calculus. I believe that it is much more important to be able to see the underlying structure of the subject rather than know specialized tips and tricks for solving particular problems. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 40 ratings

I have enjoyed Math and Computer Programming my entire life, and now I would like to give back by teaching others what I know. My highlights in math include taking my first college math class ? Discrete Mathematics ? the summer after 8th grade, taking Calculus III and Linear Algebra at a university in the summers after 9th and 10th grade, getting a 790 on my math SAT, and having a 4.0 GPA in college mathematics classes (3.94 overall GPA). I have less experience in Computer Science coursework,... [more]

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