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Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.78 18 ratings

As a student, I earned A's in both my undergraduate and graduate level Differential Equations courses. My graduate thesis was on Differential Equations applications. I've previously taught several sections of Differential Equations at Virginia Tech. I've also helped to write exams for this course as well as study materials. I'm currently an instructor at Virginia Tech and have spent the last three years here teaching Calculus I-III as well as Differential Equations. As to my background: In 2009, I received a Bachelor's in Mathematics from Buffalo State College and was certified to teach 7- [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

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I taught Multivariable Calculus and Differential Equations in high school for 20 years, and was a graduate school teaching assistant for Differential Equations. Hi! I have been teaching high school for 21 years in mathematics since I earned my undergraduate degree from MIT and my Master's degree from the U. of New Hampshire, both in Applied Mathematics. I have taught and tutored in everything from Algebra and Geometry to Calculus AB/BC, Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations and beyond. I also have 20+ years experience teaching programming in C++ and Java. I am a state math team coach [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 0 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 47 ratings

I completed differential equations at Winthrop University with an A. I also tutored the course at Winthrop's mathematics tutorial center. I am an experienced mathematics tutor. I graduated from North Carolina State University with a Master's in Statistics and from Winthrop University (summa cum laude) with a B.S. in mathematics. I also minored in biology. I have worked as a peer tutor for over ten years, including tutoring at Winthrop's Academic Success Center and Math Tutorial Center. I have tutored students of all backgrounds and levels of education. In high school I took IB mathematics an [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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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]

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 2 miles

$60 per hour.

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I have taken two courses on linear (partial) differential equations in graduate school. In college I was undergraduate tutor for mathematical physics 1 course, which includes linear differential equations. I am a graduate physics student studying theoretical physics with a focus on quantum field theory and path integrals at NC State University. I have had a few scholarships to study at Harvard math department and physics department at Princeton last year. Currently, I am busy with research and learning data analysis science to seek for more practical grounds to apply all the theory I've learne [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 15 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 10 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

As part of my physics background, calculus has become a thing I use everyday. And this extends to differential equations. The subject of my masters degree, acoustics, is fundamentally based on differential equations and requires me to fully understand and manipulate them. As with the other subjects I tutor, I try to impart this understanding above all. My name is Mike, and I am currently in Physics Education Research at NC State. I have a bachelor's in Physics and a master's in Acoustics, as well as over 5 years of physics tutoring experience. I have the ability to explain complex topics simpl [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 176 ratings

In my time as an undergraduate, and later as a mathematics graduate student, I have taken and passed courses in ordinary and partial differential equations. Additionally, I have and currently do tutor students in the subject, particularly first courses in differential equations at the undergraduate level. My own philosophy with regard to this material is that concrete mastery of techniques via repetition should be the first goal, as the theory falls into place more neatly once the student has gained confidence computing correctly. [more]

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