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Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

4.99 120 ratings

I took MTH243 at the University of Rhode Island and got an A. I also currently teach D.E. as a tutor at a learning Center in Greensboro. I've been a tutor now for four years and I love my job! I specialize in Calculus 1/2/3, Differential Equations, Physics, and Electric Circuit Analysis but also teach algebra, SAT/ACT prep, and precalculus. I really look forward to the "AHA!" moment when a student finally understands the concepts that I'm trying to communicate. I understand that math and science can be very frustrating to some students. I can definitely help you! I have a Bachelor's of Sc [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$75 per hour.

4.98 364 ratings

I taught Ordinary Differential Equations as a lecturer at the University of Maryland and received glowing student evaluations. Additionally, I have taken courses in the subject at both undergraduate and graduate levels. I have tutored this course many times. However, I am not well versed in the theory of partial differential equations. I have been tutoring and teaching basic algebra through advanced undergraduate level* math for over 10 years. My students and clients have consistently praised my patience and clarity. During my time as a mathematics lecturer and TA at the University of Maryland [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.96 755 ratings

During the course of my Ph.D work, I took CME 505 which is the most advanced course in differential equations in the department of chemical engineering. I am quite sure I can handle any kind of problems regarding differential equations. My name is Aniruddha (Andy). I completed my graduation (Ph.D.-December 2010) from the University of Kentucky in the field of Civil (Environmental) Engineering. I always wanted to teach and the five years of being a Teaching Assistant (TA) at UK has been a very rewarding and learning experience. After my graduation, I started my association with WyzAnt Tutoring [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.86 154 ratings

My work in Mechanical Engineering requires extensive use of differential equations. I have a lot of experience in the formulation and solution of differential equations in my dissertation work using closed form and numerical techniques. I have extensive experience tutoring this subject. Math, Physics and Engineering are my main areas and I have a solid record of success helping students as a tutor. Most have improved by two grade points. Recently, I earned a doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech and won an award from ASME for my dissertation work. I am patient, easy going [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

4.97 116 ratings

I have 10+ years teaching mathematics, including differential equations. I have taught both ordinary and partial differential equations and am familiar with special techniques for solving differential equations including Laplace transform methods. I have always enjoyed working one-on-one with high school and college students. Students have told me that I am very patient, and explain concepts in a way that they can understand. As a tutor at Davidson Day School in the Learning Enrichment Center (LEC), I have helped dozens of students improve their grades. In addition to better grades, I hel [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.4 10 ratings

I'm Jacob! I graduated high school summa cum lade with a 5.25 GPA. Currently I am a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and have a 4.0 GPA as a Civil Engineering student with a minor in mathematics. Growing up, school was always difficult for me due to my attention deficit disorder. The trouble arrived in the classroom where I was just a number. Learning for me occurred at home. Teachers and professors are taught to engage towards the entire classroom; however, some stu... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.99 103 ratings

I took a differential equations course in high school (NCSSM) and one at NCSU for my engineering majors. We used differential equations in courses for both engineering degrees (aerodynamics I and II, fluid dynamics, boundary layer theory, mechanical vibrations, heat and mass transfer, and so on). At NCSU, I also tutored differential equations (as a private tutor). Hello, My name is Mahen, and I am a tutor certified through the National Tutoring Association (NTA). Since 2003, I have been working with youth (ages 5-18) and adults in the capacity of tutoring, organizing sports and educational [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I have a PhD in applied mathematics with concentration in Computational mathematics and MS in applied math. My BS is a double major in Math and Statistics. I have over 12 years experience teaching math at the university level. Differential equations is my main research area. I am an applied mathematician and teaching and directing students come natural to me. I have over 10 years of teaching experience at the University level in various areas of Mathematics such as Basic Mathematics, Engineering Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Calculus, quantitative methods etc. Depending on the level [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$25 per hour.

5.0 33 ratings

My name is Derrik! I am a student at North Carolina State University studying Biomedical Engineering. I studied at Brigham Young University studying Mechanical Engineering. While there, I tutored Calculus I and II and required prerequisite math for two years. I have tutored hundreds of students and have over 600 hours of tutoring experience, teaching both groups and individuals. I have been certified by the College Reading and Learning Association to tutor, specializing in math, and best of a... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I graduated from Duke University with distinction in Mathematics, where Differential Equations was one of my favorite classes. I received an "A" in the course, and TA'd the course for two semesters. In addition, I excelled in my modeling classes, and my current research involves developing and exploring systems of ODEs. My favorite part of working as a math TA has always been interacting with my students, explaining concepts in different ways so that they make sense. I have worked with classes including Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Differential Equations at Duke University for the past six s [more]

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