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Will travel 25 miles

$75 per hour.

4.94 986 ratings

Though my primary tutoring area is math, I worked as an electrical engineer at Tektronix in Beaverton, Oregon for about a year and worked extensively with circuits as a teenager. I have a good grasp of the equations and theory behind electronics and have worked with circuit simulation software. I also have been a computer network troubleshooter. Professional tutor focusing on Math/Statistics, Chemistry, Physics and Computers. Personally scored 800 on both SAT Math & SAT Math II & 787 in Chemistry prior to attending CalTech. Have extensive IT industry experience and have been actively tutoring [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 367 ratings

I have formal education (BSEE, MSEE and PhD) and over 25 years of direct practical experience while working as an Electrical Engineer in a variety of industrial positions. I have a BSEE, MSEE and PhD, with more than 25 years of direct practical experience while working as an electrical engineer and solid-state physicist in a variety of industrial positions. I have been tutoring math and science subjects to students of all ages for the past decade. My unique mix of industry (research scientist) and academia (PhD in electrical engineering) not only enables me to teach students how to solve pro [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$54 per hour.

4.84 569 ratings

I passed the military intelligence electronics specialist course quite quickly. I received a 3.7 or higher in my electrical engineering / electronic devices courses at Washington State University. I have used electrical engineering principles in a variety of theoretical and practical applications: fluid flow, transport phenomenon, and electric devices. I constructed, researched, and presented biological fuel cells. I presented a fuel-cell powered car at a national engineering conference. I wired three buildings with design and application methods according to electrical engineering principle [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 120 ratings

After acing math and science courses in high school, I went on to get an electrical engineering degree at MIT and used it in a career in digital and analog design at IBM for eight years, as well as embedded design at Seabird Electronics and in program management in the Xbox group at Microsoft as of late. As an engineering program manager for 15 years, and with an MIT degree to boot, I know my fair share of math and science, having taken Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology AP II. It all started when my algebra teacher sent me to math camp and entered me into a geometry contest the next ye [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

My electrical degree allowed me to work as an EE and SE for many years, and later, to manage engineers on our electrical development projects. As a result, I haven't personally designed circuitry in recent years, but nevertheless was deeply involved with schematic reviews, circuitry changes/enhancements, and personally troubleshooting using analyzers and oscilloscopes. I can tutor basic and intermediate level material. I've taught various classes at work, and I taught high performance driving at local race tracks. I enjoy teaching. I've mentored many people to round out the capabilities. [more]

Will travel 1 miles

$299 per hour.

5.0 37 ratings

My bachelors and masters degrees from Cornell are both in Electrical and Computer Engineering and I can tutor students in most Electrical Engineering courses, from digital circuits to computer architecture to semiconductors to embedded systems. Please feel free to contact me and let me know which class you are working on and I'll be happy to help you. I went to Cornell University for a B.S. and Master's in Electrical and Computer Engineering and to UCSD for a PhD in Computer Science (Distributed Systems, Networking). I've tutored in various subjects for years, including test-based tutoring ( [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$68 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. I have an extensive knowledge of the subject matter because it is my area of study. Math and science are very hard subjects for many students. Students have to see the anatomy of a problem before they understand the concept of the problem. Unfortunately the school system is leaving most of the learning responsibility with the the student and it is very hard for students to get behind and not fully understand and retain what is given in work. I am very patient and very experienced teaching math and sciences. I have helped stud [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$25 per hour.

4.6 10 ratings

I have earned a Bachelor's in Electric Engineering in 1978 and a Master's in Engineering in 2012. In addition, I have over five years of teaching electrical engineering subjects to engineering students. A successful math teacher has an extensive knowledge of mathematics. I have taken multiple courses in algebra, geometry, statistics, calculus and other areas of mathematics at the college level and,University level. The knowledge allows to confidently explain concepts and processes to the students. Students learn in different ways, and a good math teacher understands that. I have taught maths [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

I have 6 years of experience in research, development, and testing in Embedded Systems and Wireless Communications. And I have 3 years experience in the industry- working for Micron Technology as a memory test engineer. I also have 3 years experience as a researcher at the University of Washington working on Wireless Communication. I have successful completion of over nine multidisciplinary projects while fulfilling several technical and management roles. Hi, I am Noshad recent MS graduate from the University of Washington. I studied Electrical Engineering focused on Wireless Communication. I [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

1.0 1 ratings

I am technically a mechanical engineering graduate student at the UW, however, I've spent a considerable amount of time exploring power and energy systems. I've gone through the first two years of an undergraduate EE/CE courseload (I have a year of circuit theory design from my undergraduate and I'm proficient in Java and the computer science principles in recursion/data structures/algorithm analysis). I've studied solar panel design and solar farm integration with a focus on circuit design and semiconductor theory/solid state physics, as well as hydropower generation systems and their integra [more]

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