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I am a chemical engineer by profession and education. The last ten years of my career were as the president of a chemical corporation. I retired early and became involved in education. I have taught four plus years of all levels of high school mathematics-Algebra I and II, Geometry, Mathematical Functions, Precalculus, and Calculus. Now that I no longer teach, I have become involved in tutoring. My schedule is quite flexible. Mathematics has been a joy and passion of mine. I could also call ... [more]

I am an experienced tutor that can help students at every grade level with Math and Science. I can provide engaging, effective, instruction in Computer Programming, Math including Algebra I and II, Trigonometry, and Calculus as well as Chemistry, and Physics. I was an excellent science and math student in high school and in college where I majored in Electrical Engineering and Physics and have taught computer programming on the Junior College level. I have had great success in finding th... [more]

Greetings! I have a bachelor?s degree in Chemistry from The College of Wooster, a Masters in Chemistry, and a PhD in Environmental Science, both from George Mason University. My professional endeavors have included being a Chemist at the American Dental Association Paffenbarger Research Center, a pre-doctoral fellow at the Carnegie Institution of Washington, a Scientific Liaison at the US Geological Survey, and a consultant for the Energy and Environment team for LMI. In 2007 I became a stay ... [more]

I have a varied career background that includes 4 years as a public school teacher and 20 years in education related work as an attorney, education reform specialist, and as a researcher. I enjoy working directly with students and tailoring the sessions to the student's individual needs and learning style. I've also published 30 short stories and am currently working on a book.... [more]

My name is Phillip M., and I have a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor since 2011. I have also written five science books for advanced high school students and provided solutions to thousands of math and science problems for Chegg, the student solutions website. I work with high school and college students, assisting them in physics, chemistry, and mathematics. I especially enjoy prep... [more]

I have successfully assisted many graduate-level students with standardized test preparation, including the 4 sections (Analytical Writing, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, and Verbal) of the GMAT. I provide the tips and logical approaches to current students for study/preparation that have produced improvements in test scores for many of the students in similar career paths, in recent years. I have been an active tutor with WyzAnt since 2009. I attended a public high school in the state of Connecticut and graduated in the top 18% of my class with honors. After high school, I studied eng [more]

I taught secondary (HS) mathematics for 24 years in New Hanover and Brunswick Counties. I have tutored calculus, but I spend most of my time tutoring statistics and precalculus students who attend UNC-Wilmington, Cape Fear Community College and local high schools. I also worked as a lead tutor in the Learning Lab of Cape Fear Community College from 2000 - 2011. Currently, I am working full time as a Digital Learning & Teaching Facilitator in Onslow County. I have the experience to help all... [more]

My tutoring approach could be online or face-to-face. Regardless, I do hope that I could get questions from students in advance so that I can prepare the best answers or solution. This way, it won't waste students' time by waiting for me to come up with a good solution. My educational background is science. I did well during college years and high schools in math, calculus. I did tutor high school kids during my college years. During my graduate studies, I tutored both summer program studen... [more]

I have been a community college mathematics instructor for the past 3 years. At the college, I teach all math classes through Calculus. My students give me lots of positive feedback, and I consistently hear the comment from them, "I used to hate math, but you explain it in such a way that makes sense to me". I was a Master Tutor for the Princeton Review for 5 years while I was earning my degrees. With the Princeton Review, I tutored and taught classes on the GRE, GMAT, ACT, SAT, and m... [more]

I have been a GMAT tutor since 2001. Although I primarily teach ACT and SAT, I recently re-took the GMAT in preparation for teaching it, and scored 760. For most students, the GMAT's data sufficiency problems are the most challenging, and I concentrate on those with most students. Also, the GMAT places significant time pressure on students. Good preparation means increasing speed, along with increasing accuracy. I focus on both. I'm a graduate of Bates College (B.A.), the University of Illinois (M.S.), and M.I.T. (M.S.), with degrees in economics and management. I've been a tutor sinc [more]

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