- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 7 of 7
- Next →

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

4.99 121 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 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.85 155 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 20 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 4 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 5 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I'm a research scientist. I have significant experience in advanced engineering mathematics including calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, computational methods etc. My research areas of expertise are in solid mechanics, dynamics, aircraft structures and strength of materials. I have a PhD in Aerospace Engineering with a focus on advanced mathematics and mechanics. My research expertise is in analytical and computational mechanics. I have taught, as a tutor and as an instructo... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I?m double majoring in Physics and Aerospace Engineering. I?ve worked at the Virginia Tech math Emporium for 2.5 years, teaching a variety of math subjects focused on business, architecture, biology, and general math. I?m regularly ranked very high among students and the Math Emporium for my understanding of their different levels of skills. I?m able to put myself in the shoes of the student and explain the material in a way that makes intuitive sense. I have almost five years of experi... [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$100 per hour.

4.96 276 ratings

I have 5+ years of experience in IT (primarily Network Engineering and Security Operations) roles at two of Northern Virginia's largest financial institutions, a Fortune 50 technology company, and a large Federal healthcare agency. I have completed graduate coursework in Computer Engineering at George Mason University, and I am currently enrolled in coursework in Applied Mathematics at the University of Idaho. I also have earned numerous IT certifications (CCENT, Server+, Security+, Cybersecu... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.89 234 ratings

Recent local tutoring for VT Math 2214 has included ways to separate terms, use partial fractions, change variables, apply Bernoulli substitutions, and employ the integration factor e^kt. Strategies are designed to re-frame problems into more familiar, workable forms. The ODE systems where I'd be most helpful are the 1st- and 2nd-order linear systems that occur in nature. Examples include natural decay, temperature change, free-fall against air drag, capacitor (dis)charge, or a spring-mass oscillation "playing catch" between its two energy forms. Higher-order systems can often simplify in [more]

- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 7 of 7
- Next →