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Five years ago, I began teaching in Houston, Texas at a Prep Public School. This has been a wonderfully rewarding decision, as I have always enjoyed tutoring and working together with fellow students on projects. Now that my fiancee is a grad student at FSU, I work as an engineer for the state. On weekends, I return to my passion of tutoring students in Math, Science, Engineering and Computer Science areas. My experience in the classroom and my own high rigor college program (Mechanical E... [more]

I taught a quantitative review course to undergraduate college students during the fall semester of 2008. This helped raise my score from 600 to 780 when I retook the old test in January 2009. Hi, I love my job as a high school math teacher! I am currently in my 7th year of teaching algebra 1, liberal arts math, geometry, algebra 2, and math for college readiness. Previously, I was a math and psychology tutor at Marymount Manhattan College. In addition to teaching, I am completing my dissertation to obtain an EdD in educational leadership from the American College of Education. I love help [more]

After practicing veterinary medicine for 40 years that previous college experience plus the recent 30 hour class work has brought me current in many areas. I am presently tutoring at The Sylvan Center and this has exposed me to many types of student and their various learning techniques. I enjoy seeing students reach goals and seeing things through. Hi, my name is Larry and I am a retired veterinarian. I practiced veterinary medicine for 40 years and have enhanced my education with continued updates in math and most sciences. I have two grown children, attend Church of Hope, and enjoy working [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'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 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 am a high school math teacher. I tutor Middle School, High School, and College level mathematics. My Bachelors (B.S.) degree is in Mathematics in Teaching, and my Masters (M.S) degree is in Mathematical Science. I am on Rate My Professor and can provide references on request. You am very patient and thoughtful as a person and tutor. I do a lot with both high school and college tutoring. I tutor Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus, as well as other subjects. I am patient ... [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]

Hi, I am a biomedical researcher at the University of Florida. I earned my PhD in Biomedical Sciences (Neuroscience and Genetics) and my Bachelor's in microbiology from the University of Florida. I have tutored biology, microbiology and genetics at the high school and undergraduate levels. Aside from my extensive education in the subject, I am very patient, which I think is key in being an effective tutor. I love finding different ways to help students "get it" in a way that works for them - ... [more]

I graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Economics (Minor in Mathematics and Political Science). After three years as a Naval Officer I returned to Stanford for an MBA (finance). I worked for a public accounting firm for two years and qualified for my CPA. I spent my career in finance in Silicon Valley, ending as the treasurer of a $750 million company. I am currently retired in Tallahassee, Florida and have taken up tutoring as something interesting to do during retirement. I have s... [more]

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