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My experience in geometry is directly related to the applications of it in so many other areas of science and mathematics. In electrical and mechanical engineering courses, vector mathematics is used extensively, which draws upon a whole host of geometrical concepts and applies them in multiple practical ways. I have considerable experience effectively tutoring students of various ages in a variety of science and mathematics topics. I have a proven track-record tutoring students both in-person and on-line. In addition to my private tutoring experience, I also have experience tutoring at the lo [more]

I am a Veteran of the U.S. Army. I have taught soldiers while in the Army. I have taught soldiers as a civilian. If I can teach Infantry, Satellite Communications and Fiber Optics; I can adapt to a training style to meet your needs. I am not the Drill-Sergeant-style instructor unless need be. I am A+ and Security+ Certified. I am instructor-certified for the Fiber Optic Association. I have taught everything from Basic soldier skills to Satellite Communications. I am HP-certified in mo... [more]

I have long had a knack for tackling math, and over the past decade I have been helping students young and old learn to become more comfortable and confident with one of the scariest subjects around! From teaching in high schools to tutoring in homes, my professional experience ranges from elementary fractions to high school geometry to college entrance exams. While in high school, I took math to a competitive level through taking tests and becoming one of the best student mathematicians in... [more]

I am a PhD candidate in Astronomy at Indiana University. My research focus is to study Gravitational Instabilities in protoplanetary disks. I have the privilege of teaching Astronomy to the undergraduate students at Indiana University. I have taught the following introductory astronomy courses for non-science majors: (1) The Solar System (Summer 2012, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015) (2) Search for Life in the Universe (Summer 2013, Summer 2014, Summer 2015, Fall 2015. ... [more]

I am a Civil Engineer by education and professional work experience. I was always good in math from grade school through high school into college and in my professional career. I was always helping my fellow students through school in math, algebra, calculus and physics. I always seemed to have the ability to make difficult concepts easier to grasp. I taught at East Carolina for 15 years in the Construction Management department. I know I can help students struggling to learn math, algeb... [more]

Hey, everyone, my name is Victor. I'm 20 years old and I graduated from a local High School. I'm great at math and I've taken up to algebra 2 and passed every math course with flying colors. I hope I can be of assistance to anyone needing help to succeed in math, as I have helped other students, including my girlfriend with her college math. I pick up new lessons quickly and retain information very well. I can help you with your needs to be better at math... [more]

Hello! My name is Eli, and I'm a Senior at Westfield High School. Tutoring is a large part of every high schooler's life, and while not always formal, the practice of teaching others what you understand and learning from others what you don't is a daily pursuit of a successful student. This pursuit is one of the most rewarding things, for both the teacher and the learner as both get to grow from the experience. Formal tutoring is a simple extension of this: sharing knowledge and positivity i... [more]

I moved to the states from China in 2008, and proudly became a U.S. Citizen five years later. With my strong math education background in my original country, I wanted to become a math instructor in this new-to-me country, so I've been spending almost six years to equip myself with math related teaching skills. I've earned my AS degree at ECTC, a BA degree at WKU, and am expecting an MS degree from WKU in May 2015. While seeking the degrees, I also take any opportunity to tutor or teach m... [more]

I taught developmental math and college math at area college and universities. I served as math lab coordinator at Austin Peay State University for two years. I have worked as a test prep coach since 1997, prepare students for 17 different standardized exams. All these exams have a math section, so I tutor math, including geometry, on a regular basis. There truly is a way to understand and learn the formulas for area and volume. I'm great at explaining the basic concepts of geometry in multiple ways, so students can fully grasp the concepts. [more]

I have tutored over thousand students in geometry throughout my career. In addition to the regular Euclidean Geometry taught at High Schools I am also an expert in Analytical Geometry and have a working experience as a scientist in a highly complicated differential geometry problems involving Riemann manifolds, Christoffel Symbols, etc. I hold a doctorate degree in theoretical physics from Florida State University and have tutored more than 3000 students (over 10,000 individual sessions) in Physics and Math broadly defined. I have tutored at all levels of Education ranging from K-12 all the wa [more]

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