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Hi, my name is Richard! In the fall of 2013, I obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at the University of Florida and a mathematics education minor through the UFTeach program. I am an extremely hard worker, and my student's learning has always been my number one priority. In order to ensure that my students understand the material, I believe it is important to encourage and support them in a very caring and respectful manner. I believe that patience is a virtue and that learning is a... [more]

I have a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and a love of math and statistics. I currently work at Santa Fe College as an adjunct Psychology instructor. I have taught undergraduate Psychology courses at Yale, Iowa State University, and SF. In high school and during undergraduate study, I was a tutor in math and psychology as well. I took AP Calculus in high school and have always excelled in mathematics. I received my bachelor's degree from Purdue University in Psychology, with minors in Sociolog... [more]

I scored high on the GRE as a condition of getting into graduate school in Linguistics. I have successfully tutored graduate students in several different fields to help them with various writing projects such as research reports or professional articles. As an adjunct professor of EFL at college level, I have taught reading, writing, and communication classes. In preparation for tutoring the LSAT, I have studied the old LSAT exams. I feel qualified to tutor for the GRE except for the section on mathematics. Someone else could, no doubt, do a better job than I. [more]

I've been a professor of mathematics for about 15 years; teaching a variety of classes including: prealgebra and all levels of algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, geometry, probability and a variety of other math topics in classes like Contemporary Math, Math Readiness, etc. I've also tutored students in preparation for the math portions of the GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, and other standardized exams. There's a big difference between tutors that know how to work a problem and tutors that can teach you how to work out the problems yourself; how to think through the problems. If you're going t [more]

I am not an expert at the GRE exam. However I am skilled with mathematical subjects and writing and analysis. If you are searching for a collaborator in preparation for the GRE, I would be a good choice. I am a patient and flexible assistant helping you to learn these difficult subjects. Few people are aware of the challenge you are undertaking and some special help may make all the difference in your success. I am retired from industry having worked in many functions involving Manufacturing, Engineering, Quality Assurance and Program Management. As a Tutor, I can help with mathematics inclu [more]

Hello, I'm Robyn and I am 28 and have a passion for mathematics. I have taken algebra, precalculus, calculus 1, 2, and 3 and have my associates degree from Santa Fe College in Mathematics. I work full time and have an additional part time job and teaching is a true passion of mine. It started as an interest to just help people who I worked with if they were taking math classes and had questions, but then several different coworkers had suggested the idea that I tutor as they knew my passion ... [more]

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