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My name is Abbey and I'd love to be your tutor. I have been tutoring for over ten years. I am a former MIT student and I graduated from UAlbany with a BS in Mathematics and Statistics and a minor in Economics. I have a lot of experience tutoring. While I was in Albany, I worked with three private local tutoring companies. In addition to those, as you can see, I am a tutor with WyzAnt. I have logged over 5,000 tutoring hours at WyzAnt. I was ranked in the top 50 tutors of WyzAnt out of 6... [more]

I am currently a physics student at the University at Buffalo entering my senior year. I had just received a letter grade of an A (UB only goes up to A) in my class of Intermediate mechanics 2. This is a class which mostly focuses on things such as, velocities, acceleration, the rotational side of things, and goes in depth to points of special relativity. I had also received a B+ in Quantum Physics 2 which would of been an A if I had not had a miss hap on exam 1 Hi my name is Matt and I am a Graduate Physics student at the University at Buffalo. I graduated in 2017 with a degree in Physics [more]

I'm a recent graduate of the University of Virginia's Biomedical Engineering program. From an early age I learned that I loved to tutor: helping others always made me feel incredible, and always served as a valuable self-learning tool as well! In fact, I consider the experience I gained tutoring my fellow high-school students to be critical to my success in college. It taught me the confidence and inter-personal skills I needed to become a Jefferson Scholar and a Rodman Scholar at UVA. Teac... [more]

Hello, My name is John and I just recently graduated SUNY Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology. My tutoring experience is little to none. However, I have helped out my fellow classmates in achieving good results on their calculus 1 tests and I have an excellent grasp on mathematics up to that point. I feel like your sons or daughters who come to help through me will achieve higher learning skills through a nice, easy going and relaxing e... [more]

I was a physics major in college. I took the AP Physics C exams in my senior year of high school, and I've tutored countless physics students at all levels for three years. I've tutored and taught mathematics and physics in a lot of different contexts. Right now, I'm working as a mathematics teaching assistant at the University of Buffalo, but I've also worked as a lecturer for a five-week course in pre-calculus, as a tutor for an academic opportunity program at my college, and as an intern to become a high school mathematics teacher. In addition to these, Wyzant has given me the opportunity [more]

Finished my first year of graduate school in theoretical high energy physics with a 3.76 GPA. I have experience tutoring physics 1:1 as well as teaching class sizes of 40 students. I graduated from the University of Buffalo Honor College May 2015 magna cum laude with a BS chemical engineering and minors in physics and math. During my undergraduate I had a 3.73 GPA and have received A's in calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, Newtonian physics, fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer, separation processes, chemical reactor engineering, [more]

I love to teach and want to help you reach your goals! With a decade of experience in teaching full time and several years of real work software engineering experience, I can help you learn math and technical concepts in a fun and meaningful way. I have 6 years experience working in in software development with reputable companies. I also have a degree in Computer Engineering. Finally, I've taught software engineering concepts in classes for a local district. I have my secondary teaching... [more]

Physics is the branch of science devoted to understanding how the universe works at all scales of size. Physics combines the scientific method with applied mathematics to create experimental and theoretical investigations into phenomena of the world and the universe. To do well in physics, you must take time to understand what is going on, which math represents this, and use the math to solve problems. Hello, I'm Jason. I enjoy working with students who have decided that they need some extra practice and direction to improve their performance in math or physics. We work on problems togethe [more]

I've taken 3 years of physics and still continuing in that path at university. I received a 5 on the AP physics test so I understand the material that the students would be learning. I am a graduate of the University at Buffalo with a degree in Applied Mathematics. I was a teaching assistant for calculus at the UB where I'd have to develop lesson plans around the material they were taught during the week. Along with this, I was also a math tutor through The Math Place (a tutoring center at UB) where I help college students with classes ranging from pre - calculus to differential equations. Th [more]

I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in June 2012 from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. I also received my Master's degree in Mathematics in June 2015 from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. I have teaching and tutoring experience in most levels of math (with the exception of statistics and any financial or actuarial math courses). I worked in the Canisius Tutoring Center as a math tutor for my 4 years at Canisius, and I was teaching assistant in the Math Department at UC... [more]

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