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I enjoy sharing my knowledge while helping others overcome academical challenges. I am very patient and I tutor through constant interaction and real life examples. I had won over 30 national and international mathematics competitions. I have a professional yet warm presence and attitude.... [more]

BS Applied Mathematics from LMU Minor in Physics LMU Physics Department TA/Tutor I have worked as a private tutor since I was in college, and worked as the director of a math learning center for two years. I have experience working with students of all ages, and always strive to make the subject at hand fun and interesting. Math and physics are my two strongest areas, and I've actually tutored graduate level math courses for engineering masters students. In addition to tutoring, I've played professional soccer for the last three years. In my free time, I enjoy playing the... [more]

Physics is my passion, my raison d'etre so to speak. Through physics many beautiful aspects of the natural world can be understood, but often educators fail to bridge this for students because they use concepts that are far too abstract, or simply because they don't know the subject matter any better than they have to in order to teach it in a very limited fashion. Only one third of high school teachers actually have a degree in physics. At any rate I will be more than happy to help with this fascinating subject, the basis of all our scientific knowledge. All other sciences are built from [more]

I am looking forward to tutoring math and physics. I have had good response from my geometry and algebra students. I also really enjoy tutoring in basic physics: Newton?s laws, the equations of motion, friction, and torque, and will talk at length about anything science. I am a physics graduate, and have been through all the math classes through quantum physics. I am currently tutoring a few students in algebra and geometry, and seem to be having success in getting them to think about math... [more]

My name is Matthew and I have been tutoring for 7+ years. I am available to teach middle school, high school and most college math courses. My undergraduate degree is in mathematics and I have tutored students in classes such as algebra I & II, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus courses up through calculus III, and other courses as well. I also have a Master of Science in Molecular Medicine, and extensive background in biology, chemistry, physics, and premedical sciences. Th... [more]

Hello there! My name is Harrison. I currently work as a microwave engineer and tutor/mentor in the Tampa Bay area. I specialize in teaching math, physics, programming, and all engineering/science subjects. In the summer of 2010, I began my engineering career at the University of Florida. I majored in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Biomechanics. I graduated Cum Laude (with honors) in August 2015, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Immediately after graduating... [more]

My name is William and I graduated from University of South Florida's engineering department with double degree bachelors in computer science and information systems, also a minor in economics. Later I obtained a master of science in management information systems degree from Florida State University. While going through school I have nearly always tutored on the side, mathematics for the most part, on and off for about 4 years with mostly high school students and some adults. I had achieved... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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I am an engineering student at Brown University with a passion for education, math, physics, art, and French. I have extensive tutoring and teaching experience with students of all ages. In high school, I tutored other high school students in math and physics. I currently teach social studies to third graders as an after school program. Over Winter Break, I also had an education-related internship for a company called Kinvolved which works to improve attendance and graduation rates in schools... [more]

Worked in The Manhattan Physical Research Group (MPRG) a New York City "think tank" developing practical applications based on physics. Also the author of two U.S. patents, one dealing with gyroscopic instruments, the other with electronic force sensors. Retired Professor of Mechanical Engineering wants to help students over the "rough spots." I have the ability to motivate students, and clarify all the difficult parts of their curriculum. Many years of teaching undergraduate and graduate courses enables me to focus on what students find puzzling. This leads to great improvement in their t [more]

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