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I tutored high school level math my senior year of college focusing on algebra and geometry. I have also taught ice skating lessons for 8 years. I love helping students succeed and watching their progress over the course of working with them. Biomedical engineering is my passion and I enjoy passing on my love for math and science onto students that I teach. Math is something that I approach in a logical and organized way which is something I would love to teach students. Engineering gradu... [more]

I have over 20 years experience helping student improve their performance in math courses and standardized tests. I have an BS in Engineering with Math minor and also an MBA but more importantly, I have found that many of my 'secrets' of success can be easily passed on. The process that I use to help students maximize their potential involves customizing a program to the specific needs of each person. Many of the large tutoring businesses teach identical systems to everyone. Although ther... [more]

I have a Ph.D in Engineering from Case Western Reserve University. I have a lot of Experience in teaching math & Science, and am an experienced Teacher who can help with SAT, GED, CMT CAPT, GRE and GMAT. I can teach one to one or in groups. I can come to the student's home if within 3-5 miles from Hamden Library. I like to teach the basics and fundamentals of the subject. I am passionate about teaching and truly enjoy it.... [more]

There's a good reason physics is regarded as one of the hardest subjects high school and college students will face in their academic careers. Confronted with challenging concepts and a seemingly endless supply of intimidating equations, many students are simply overwhelmed by the difficult nature of the course. As a student who has excelled in the subject and successfully tutored others afterwards, I'm an ideal candidate to help you or your child improve in the physics classroom. Hi! My name is Josh and as a recently-graduated science major (Biochemistry) from the University of Cincinnati, I [more]

I graduated from Brown University in May of 2016, worked at Brigham and Women's hospital for two years doing clinical research, and now am a medical student at Yale University School of Medicine. I double concentrated in Chemistry and Economics while at Brown, and am currently in the midst of intense medical school coursework. I was a peer tutor throughout my Brown career. I loved tutoring students in general chemistry and helping them understand foundation concepts like Gibb's free energy an... [more]

My major as an undergrad was Physics. I studied General Physics, Optics, Electromagnetism,Thermodynamics, Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Mechanics etc. In addition I have a Mathematics minor which includes Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential equations, Statistics, Number theory, Linear Algebra, Set Theory, Numerical Analysis, Topology etc. I have six years teaching experience and my own transportation. I have a degree from Fairfield University in Physics and minors in Philosophy and Mathematics. I also have quite few courses of graduate Mathematics under my b [more]

I have a bachelor?s degree in Physics, a few graduate courses in Applied (Semi-Conductor) Physics from Yale University?s PhD program, a minor in Mathematics, along with 10+ years experience in the Electronics/Engineering industry. I am also CT certified to teach Physics at the high school level. Physics requires the use of natural laws to formulate equations to solve problems having to do with real life situations. I can help the student understand the concepts being presented, and handle the Mathematics that each requires. [more]

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