6 Logic Tutors Found Near Aurora, IL



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Allison D.

Logic Tutor

Aurora, IL 60504

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.82 49 ratings

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Patient Math and Computers Gal

As a math ed/comp sci major, I have taken an introductory math logic class, as well as two discrete math courses, a lower level one through the computer science department and an upper level course through the math department. I received A's in all three courses, and was at the top of the classes, helping some of my peers throughout each of the courses. Aloha! I recently moved to Chicagoland from Hawaii, by way of southwest Colorado! I just graduated from Hawaii Pacific University with a Bachelors in computer science with a minor in mathematics, and I have tutored over 20 students individually [more]


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Ron T.

Logic Tutor

Downers Grove, IL 60516

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.89 93 ratings

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College Math Instructor

I taught Set Theory and Logic or Foundations of Math in several college math departments. I also taught Logic in a college philosophy department and in a high school. I also wrote a textbook on logic (Better Thinking and Reasoning). I have taught at 7 different colleges (public, private, and technical). I received awards for my teaching based on student evaluations - mostly because I am patient and take time to tutor students having trouble. I have also written high school math textbooks. I know math and I want to help you know it, too! I have taught non-credit college courses: Pre-algebra [more]


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William G.

Logic Tutor

Geneva, IL 60134

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.82 33 ratings

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Math and Business Guy

Logic is a method of understanding where you are, knowing where you want to go and planning and executing strategy on how to get there. It can be both intuitive and methodical. I have done logic puzzles, games, chess, math and algebra (for work and for fun) over the past 45 years. I can help you with the rules (how to get started), basic strategies. From there, your desire and passion will determine whether you continue to challenge your mind on a regular basis. We can incorporate logic and strategy games, Clue, Sodoku, puzzles, math, card games, etc. Chess can be a great tool to bring out le [more]


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Lance G.

Logic Tutor

New Lenox, IL 60451

Will travel 25 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 16 ratings

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Student of Philosophy, Tutor, & Chess Coach

I have taken and succeeded in two logic courses in university. In the more recent one, I received greater than 100% in the course after the curve; professor wrote in a recommendation letter that I had the highest grade in the class of 76 students by a significant margin. Own, have worked through, and can teach from approximately ten different logic books. Have tutored a logic student who was struggling; she ended up receiving an A on her final exam. Greetings! I'm Lance; thank you for visiting my page. I study philosophy at Benedictine University. Currently working on my thesis and am set to g [more]


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JERRY S.

Logic Tutor

Downers Grove, IL 60516

Will travel 12 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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High School and College Math Tutor, PhD

I have taught logic (logic calculus) as a part of Finite Math, Discrete Math and Discrete Structure courses at RU and Lewis U. (Not mentioning segments in the History of Mathematics which I taught at RU Fall 2013). I have also tutored this subject for several years. My prices is $50/hr, both for on-line or a private setting of a Public Library or your home. There is a $5 discount for each additional hour of the session. I started tutoring math as a student and continued to tutor again after an R&D career in the "real world" of applied mathematics, and years of teaching math (I have PhD in P [more]


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Anthony B.

Logic Tutor

Batavia, IL 60510

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 13 ratings

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Ph.D. Particle Physicist

I took a logic course in college, but very quickly started officially co-teaching the class. Logic is very close to binary arithmetic, which I'm deeply familiar with. So I ended up helping a classroom full of philosophy students grapple with this rather mathematical subject. I'm a Ph.D. physicist at Fermi National Labs, working on the CMS experiment at CERN. I have degrees in physics and electrical engineering, as well as a minor in math. I've taught seven college physics classes, as well as a college calculus class. I've tutored math and physics on and off for the past 16 years, including co [more]