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Will travel 15 miles

$55 per hour.

4.93 260 ratings

I have a degree in math. I have taken differential equations and received an A in the course. I have tutored differential equations before (most recently last Spring). Thank you for your time and interest! I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Berkeley and have been a full-time tutor since I graduated from college in 2009. The reason why I have been lucky enough to have been able to work full-time as tutor is that I retain my clients. I work with both high school and college level students. Since I have a degree in math, I can tutor higher level mathematics courses, like Calculus I [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have experience as a high school Science Olympiad coach, a high school tutor for physics and math, and a teaching assisant for physics and multivariable calculus at the university level. I like to take an "inverted pyramid" approach, in which I emphasize a strong grasp of a fundamental concepts of a subject (i.e. Newton's Laws, Kinematics Equations, Maxwell's Equations) and have them apply it to a wide range of problems. I like tutoring as not only does it reinforce my current knowledge ... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

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I have done masters of Engineering in VLSI from USC college. This qualification needs deep understanding of calculus and differential. Beside that I have been teaching AP Calculus for last 2 years. I also appeared in GRE exam and cleared maths with 800/800 marks. I am currently working in Qualcomm which is engineering job. I am successful Engineer with teaching as a passion. I believe in making fundamentals strong and in building a student's basics so he/she loves the subject and doesn't just study the tricks to solve the predefined problems. I feel satisfied only if my students are successful [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 624 ratings

I work as a Teaching Associate on various Math subjects on California State University San Marcos and I have Master's in Industrial Engineering and Bachelor's with Honors in Financial Mathematics, so my educational background gave and 12 year tutoring and teaching experience gave me exceptional skill set in problem solving and teaching the test taking strategies in Differential Equations: 1) The Uniqueness Theorem 2) Direction fields 3) Solve variable separable equations 4) Use of total differential 5) Solve first order linear equations 6) Constant coefficient equations 7) Nonhomogeneous equat [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$25 per hour.

4.2 5 ratings

I took the course as an undergrad and got an A in the course. During the course I helped classmates study and helped them understand the concepts. Throughout my undergrad studies I repeatedly saw differential equations since it is a huge part of physics. I've used differential equations so much that I feel that I can teach other students and give them tips on how to solve those types of problems. I recently graduated with a bachelor's of science in astronomy and a minor in mathematics. I am going to be attending graduate school and will obtain a master's of science in physics. When teac [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.86 81 ratings

I have taught differential equations as part of graduate student program at Purdue University to fellow Physical Chemistry students in the program. I have mastered graduate-level physics mechanics, quantum mechanics, and electromagnetics materials that use differential equations in the general solution of the associated field equations. I have an MS in physical chemistry awarded by Purdue University for work performed in the study of chemical physics. I have successfully completed Michigan State University?s teaching program course work. I am a certified trainer for operation and calibration [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.91 11 ratings

One of my 2 degrees is in Systems Biology which is practically an area of study where we use differential equations and computers to model biological systems (ecosystem dynamics, neurophysiology, evolutionary dynamics, etc). I actually struggled in differential equations the first time I took it in college and wound up taking it a second time and did very well (and now have the curriculum practically memorized). Now I use my knowledge in differential equations frequently in research and understanding scientific publications in theoretical ecology. I have a good teaching perspective due to all [more]

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