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Will travel 10 miles

$140 per hour.

4.92 350 ratings

I took linear algebra through San Diego State University when I was in high school. I earned the highest grade in the class. At Oberlin College I tutored linear algebra students in the math center. In engineering school I tested out of the required linear algebra course and then proceeded to TA for the linear algebra class (included grading papers and running office hours to answer students' questions). My name is Jessie and I am brilliant at tutoring! I have years of experience and am committed to helping you succeed. Let me, a well-rounded engineer, help you master math and science. You are [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$150 per hour.

4.91 67 ratings

I received an A in college-level Linear Algebra. I also use it quite often in application, because Physics relies on the techniques heavily (e.g. eigenvalues, systems of equations, etc.). I can assist in learning the subject from a mathematical point of view and from the its applications in science. I have been tutoring for nearly 10 years, ranging from Adult Basic Education to college-level Physics and Mathematics. I am beginning graduate studies in Physics at UC San Diego in the Fall of 2015. I recently graduated from SUNY at Buffalo with highest honors in Applied Mathematics and Physics. I [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$100 per hour.

4.86 7 ratings

I graduated from Universities and have three science and engineering degrees which use math (including linear algebra) extensively. In addition, I have applied linear algebra to real world scientific problems in industry. I've passed linear algebra classes, and used linear algebra in research and development as part of my professional career as an R&D scientist. Mathematics, Chemistry, and Science take effort to master but you should know that you can do them. The thought processes may be different than what you are used to, but once you become familiar with them, you can prosper in these subj [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$100 per hour.

4.94 49 ratings

I have bachelors and masters degrees in applied math from Harvard University. While there I took two semesters of theoretical linear algebra where I earned A- and B+ in the course. After competing in national math tournaments in high school and taking BC Calculus in the 10th grade, I enrolled at Harvard College where I graduated in four years with both bachelor's and master's degrees in Applied Math with a focus in economics. I subsequently studied at Georgia Tech's business school where I received a master's degree in strategic management. I currently work in San Diego as a financial [more]

I taught linear algebra for a year at UCLA AAP. I received an A+ in upper division linear algebra at UCLA. I use it frequently in statistics/economics courses. As a lifelong learner, I am very driven to help others achieve their goals in the classroom. I've been a high school and college math tutor for 8 years, and worked for UCLA to teach upper division linear algebra. I do not aim to simply get my students to pass, but truly help them understand the material so they are not simply regurgitating information. I specialize in tutoring Pre-Calculus, Calculus I/II/III, any lower division math/s [more]

Linear Algebra has been a core topic as part of my Economics-related degree. Understanding Linear Algebra requires a good understanding of Algebra--this is one of my strengths as a math teacher/tutor. I've taught this course successfully to many students. I am a graduate of UC San Diego with a degree in Management Science and a minor in Art. I have a Master of Education from UC San Diego with credentials to teach Mathematics and Physics. I have supplemental credentials to also teach Business, Economics, and Art. As a high school student I scored 790 on my SAT Math, 800 on my SAT II Math 2 [more]

In college, I took a year of formal linear algebra in a class called "Vectors and Matrices". In my years of studying physics especially quantum mechanics - I used linear algebra extensively ... all of QM is based on determining the eigenstates, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors of a physical situation w/ Schroedinger's wave eq, etc. Likewise, in my many years of studying physics and practicing physics research professionally, I have used linear algebra to build data analysis models (e.g., determining rate constants of a complicated chemical reaction, etc.). [more]

As I mentioned before, one of my majors at UCSD is engineering. I had to pass 8 engineering math classes in order to be admitted at UCSD. I passed linear algebra with an A, and would be very comfortable tutoring it. I have been tutoring students since I was at high school. I'm so passionate about teaching, and nothing feels like helping other students to succeed. My primary goal is to put outstanding effort on my behalf, to motivate my students, and support them to improve. As a double major student at UCSD (Nano-engineering/Political Science), I am very comfortable to tutor variety of diffe [more]

I have a BA in Mathematics from Oberlin College and a PhD in Physics from the Catholic University of America. I am also an Adjunct Professor of Physics. Linear algebra plays an important role in the solution of physics problems and is an essential part of my work. I have a passion for science, and like to share that with others. I mentor colleagues and subordinates at all educational levels, and in a number of different disciplines. By putting people at ease, I make it easier for them to grasp concepts and overcome barriers to learning. I adjust my teaching style to to the needs and desires [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 565 ratings

I have a master degree in applied mathematics and use linear algebra in my work quite often. I have taught classes in linear algebra and control systems (which rely heavily on liner algebra) many times during my career as a University Professor. Hi, my name is Dr. Gene. I am a former University Professor and College Instructor with many years of experience in teaching and private tutoring of Math and Physics to high school and college students. Over the years I have taught different engineering and scientific disciplines across the board of the entire science, math, and engineering curriculum. [more]

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