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(( HIGHEST RATINGS! )) PARENTS: Bring the full weight of a PhD, as tutor, and student advocate. Hello Students! If you need help with mathematics, physics, or engineering, I'd be glad to help out. With dedication, every student succeeds, so don?t despair! Learning new disciplines keeps me very aware of the struggles all students face. Beyond academics, I spend my time backpacking, kayaking, weightlifting, jogging, bicycling, metalworking, woodworking, and building a wilderness home of my... [more]

Hi, my name is Jem. I hold a B.S. in Mathematics from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute (RPI), and I offer tutoring in all math levels as well as chemistry and physics. My credentials include over 10 years tutoring experience and over 4 years professional teaching experience. I received 800/800 on the GRE math section and perfect marks on the Praxis I math section, as well as the Award for Excellence on the Praxis II mathematics content test. I am able to tutor at flexible times and locati... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$120 per hour.

4.99 135 ratings

I'm a law student at Penn, and I've been tutoring students for the past nine years, focusing on the SAT, ACT, statistics, economics, and writing, mostly for high school to post-graduate students. I have a Masters degree from Yale (Public Health) and a Bachelors degree from Brown (Political Science). At Yale, I was a Teaching Fellow and instructed students in several courses. What is most important to me is the success of my students, and I can stand by my results. On the ACT, I have had stu... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$28 per hour.

4.88 680 ratings

I try to make the student's entrance into algebra one that flows from their knowledge of arithmetic. I constantly go back to the principles of arithmetic and show the student how algebra flows from the knowledge of arithmetic he or she already has in hand. This changes the concept of algebra from being something "out there" to a tool that can open new ways to look at math and actually be enjoyable. I have been involved in industrial chemical research (including pharmaceutical and biotech)for over 20 years. I have instructed technicians and chemists alike and have made presentations at major i [more]

I have been a math teacher for the past 10 years. I have taught 9th grade algebra and 5th grade math. I also have experience being a Special Education Case Manager. I am passionate about helping all students learn and achieve. I tutor students who are struggling in a subject, as well as students to need academic enrichment. I am able to obtain my own Common Core materials for tutoring. I would be willing to meet in a public space (such as a library), in your home, or in mine. I would... [more]

Math has an awful reputation among students. It's regarded as difficult and opaque at best, and thought of as a subject that only "smart kids" can be good at. This is completely false--any student can excel in mathematics provided they are taught in a way they can understand. This isn't possible in the classroom, where dozens of different students with as many learning styles are competing for attention, but it is possible during a tutoring session. This individual attention is critical for abstract concepts like prealgebra, which must be taught according to each student's unique learning styl [more]

Tom B. earned both a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Oklahoma State University. Tom has had a variety of work experience in private industry including having worked as a petroleum engineer, consulting and software development for a financial planning company, and in software development and technical support for site selection software used by major corporations. He is a Pennsylvania Department of Education certified teacher for Mathematics Grades 7 to 12, and has 8 years of tea... [more]

I am a 2015 graduate of Ursinus College, from where I received my Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics with minors in Statistics, Computer Science, and Secondary Education. Upon completing my semester of Student Teaching in the Spring-Ford Area School District during the fall of 2015, I am now a state certified teacher for grades 7-12 Math. I have taught at Stetson Middle School in the West Chester Area School District, Great Valley High School, and at Conestoga High School for about a seme... [more]

The concepts used in prealgebra are essential for a programmer to understand. As I have been a programmer for more than 20 years, I have a great grasp on these concepts. In addition, I tutor my seventh grade daughter in this subject. I also have an in-depth knowledge of programming and computer science. I have a high level of understanding of basic mathematical constructs including but not limited to pre-algebra, algebra, and trigonometry. I consider tutoring valuable and serious work and I have an intuitive understanding of how people learn. I have a master's degree in Software Engineering [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.77 83 ratings

I'm a retired software developer and live in Philadelphia. I have tutored SAT and ACT math and reading for The Princeton Review, tutored K-12 math and reading and SAT and ACT for Huntington Learning Centers for over ten years, and developed award-winning math tutorials. I have a number of apps in Apple's app store under Math Galaxy and youtube videos under MathGalaxy which you can check out.... [more]

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