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I graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in Ecological Restoration and a double major in Forestry. I have always excelled at science, math, and English. In college, I worked for three years as a tutor for the athletics department, tutoring in multiple math subjects, biology, chemistry, ecology, botany, history, English, and forestry. I spent one semester working in the writing lab, helping students write and edit their essays. I also worked as a teaching assistant for two years, creating my ow... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$70 per hour.

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I am a 26-year-old student of life that graduated on the Dean?s List (GPA 3.5+) from Vanderbilt University in 2014 with a degree in Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness. I made a 33 on the ACT in high school. My first experience with tutoring came seven years ago when I opened a branch of ACT prep tutoring. Since that time, I?ve transitioned from working primarily with college students to students of all ages on Organizational Skills / Time Management, English, Writing, Literature, E... [more]

Prealgebra is the start of math beyond just counting your change. This is the base foundation of all mathematical concepts to come. Understanding the foundation of math at this level is critical to being able to master all of the integrated concepts from Algebra to Calculus and Differential Equations. This class is the start of your mathematical resume. I consider academics and education to be the greatest of all gifts. Having a good life means having good choices. Having a poor choice or a lack of choices leads to a poor life. Good choices only come from having a good education to see t [more]

Hello! I am a certified public school teacher. How did that happen? I have long history of teaching all sorts of things to a variety of ages of people. I started tutoring young children in reading when I was in college. I taught in a small private school teaching music, recorder, piano, and Spanish. I worked as a volunteer coordinator for a homeless family shelter where I was responsible for creating a training program for volunteers (that's a different type of teaching). When my husband and ... [more]

There's a moment that happens at least once (maybe twice or more) times throughout every tutoring session I lead. A breakthrough. A light bulb moment. A student smile. "I get it now..." These moments are precisely why I love tutoring. These tiny epiphanies change students' mindsets about learning, and if you have enough of them, they change your score. And if you boost your ACT or SAT score, that could mean new scholarship offers in your mailbox or a new set of college or university options.... [more]

I worked in the Spring of 2007 as a graduate teaching assistant in the Math & Computer Science department at UMES teaching two sections of Math 101 (Remedial Algebra). I stayed on at UMES as a Adjunct Lecturer, teaching Math 101 (Remedial Algebra), and Math 109 (College Algebra), teaching 3 sections each of two semesters. I am a senior level Software Engineer with over 30 years of software development experience specializing in C/C++11, Java, and Algebra. I have a master's in Applied Computer Science from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore where I worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant [more]

I am currently a College Algebra tutor but I would love to branch out from the college at which I currently attend and work to get more experience tutoring! I am currently a college student tutor, mainly for math. I am in my third semester of college. I would love to branch out and have experience with non-college students. I can tutor elementary math, middle school math, and high school/college algebra. If you would like to meet me, I would love to set up a meeting time. I absolutely love tutoring and I wish not to do anything else at this point in my life. Please contact me with any questi [more]

I am KY and TN state certified in middle school math. I taught developmental math and college math at two year colleges. I also spent a year at a public school as a fifth grade math coach. I served as the math lab coordinator at Austin Peay State University for two years. As a test prep coach, I tutor math on a daily basis. This almost always involves some degree of pre-algebra as students often need a review of the basics before moving on to more difficult mathematical problems. I'm great at explaining the basic math concepts in multiple ways, so students can fully grasp the concepts. [more]

I am a math enthusiast who graduated with a bachelors in biochemistry and a minor in mathematics from Oakwood University. While in undergrad I tutored high school and college science and mathematics courses and served as a teaching assistant in the mathematics department, including Prealgebra. I graduated from Oakwood University with a Bachelors degree in Biochemistry and a minor in mathematics. While attending Oakwood, I worked as chemistry and math tutor for the Center for Academic Success for two years and a teaching assistant in the Math and Computer Science Department. I then went on comp [more]

I'm a recent graduate from Vanderbilt University. I dual majored in Human Organizational Development and Political Science as well as minored in Music Literature. I've been tutoring since my freshman year of college for practical learning of the HOD degree which is offered from Vanderbilt's school of education. I've tutored elementary and high school students from charter, magnet, and private schools with much success. Spring Break of my sophomore year of college, I traveled to Oklahoma and t... [more]

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