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I programmed in FORTRAN as a Math Major in college, and then again in engineering applications as a Programmer Analyst with Southern New England Telephone. I have had two formal courses. I HAVE ACHIEVED REMARKABLE SUCCESS TURNING "FAILING" INTO "A" GRADES. My sincere enthusiasm for tutoring is conveyed to my students with a positive attitude, infectious inspiration, and an abundance of patience. I hold a B.S. in mathematics. Math is my first passion. I believe in explaining the "why", not just the "how" of mathematics. With renewed confidence, most of my students have then brought up their gra [more]

My B.S. in mathematics from FSU included 30 credit hours in computer science courses, including Fortran, which was used in several of the comp. sci. courses. Many times, learning a language is more than just learning the commands, I also provide tutoring on how to approach a programming problem, both iteratively and recursively. I am a public speaker and love to zap anyone with the "I can do it" attitude about life long learning. B.S. in Mathematics -- MATH and reading are my passions! Prior tutoring successes have included algebra 1 tutoring of a flunking student who not only passed that c [more]

I have held a number of professional positions focused on developing Fortran code. I have successfully written code in Fortran II, Fortran IV, and Fortran 95 for various jobs I have held. In college I wrote a working Fortran compiler, which I used as a basis for other language compilers over the course of my career. At one job, my Fortran skills were sufficiently distinguished that my coworkers asked me to tutor them in Fortran, which I gladly did. I have over 40 years experience in all aspects of software development, with a focus on graphic and scientific applications. My work often involves [more]

We use Fortran with the pump stage lasers at my college. We have to code the subroutines for the pump stages and the lasers settings. To do this I had to learn Fortran, which is nothing more than a subroutine language for C++. I am in my last semester as a PhD student in Physical Organic Chemistry. I have a masters in Chemistry as well as a Bachelors in Biochemistry. I was an adjunct professor at my university last semester, and have been teaching laboratories for the last 6 years. I have worked with many students in the past, and have always had good feedback and a good rapport with them. Dur [more]

I have both a BS and an MS in computer science. I have worked for over 30 years in the software industry. Fortran was the first language I learned. I can help in understanding the syntax and semantics of the language and in utilizing the language to write applications. I have college degrees in both mathematics (BS) and computer science (BS and MS). I have taught computer science in college and high school for several years, and have taught algebra at a local community college. Prior to that I worked for many years as a senior engineer in the computer software industry. I have tutored stude [more]

I am a retired software engineer. I have done computer programming for over 30 years. I have programmed complicated radar system applications using the Fortran language. Helping students achieve their full potential is my goal. For over 25 years I have been helping students with all levels of math as well as helping prepare for all parts of the SAT/ACT tests. I am skilled at motivating students to become successful in their subjects. I guarantee you will not be disappointed in the results of my tutoring help. I am now retired from my software engineering profession and am available 24/7 [more]

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$36 per hour.

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I used Fortran extensively within a research lab to provide applications and solutions involving applied math, applied statistics, computer programming, information coding, information science, graphing, information retrieval, etc. What is my tutoring approach? ?The focus is on teaching students to understand and think in an atmosphere of warmth, patience, and friendliness to free students from fears, calm anxieties, and reduce insecurities. ?To effectively teach and motivate students depends on understanding them. A good way to understand them is to listen to them and to observe them. Thei [more]

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