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I am a PhD life scientist and my training is in molecular biology. I was a biotechnologist at Monsanto Company for a good while and subsequently worked for a number of start up companies. I have experience teaching direct reports and colleagues in the work setting. I have been a mentor for several up and coming scientists. During graduate school I had been a teaching assistant for undergraduate biology classes. I really enjoy helping students and young scientists solve problems and ope... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.94 1150 ratings

Hi! My name is Kevin, and I've been tutoring students of all ages and abilities for over nine years. My primary focus is STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), but I also help students succeed in computer programming and in test prep (ACT/SAT/GRE). I believe that, with the right support and attitude, anyone can learn to do anything! My students validate this belief every day. I began tutoring when I was getting my degree in mechanical engineering at Rose-Hulman (Terre Haute, IN),... [more]

I am a Saint Louis University - Parks College of Engineering and Technology graduate (Class of 2016). I studied Biomedical Engineering, Math, Computer Science, and Ethics while on a pre-medical track. I am currently employed as a Mechanical R&D Engineer at a leading medical device company. Before this, I worked as a Test Engineer specializing in firmware and optics. I have been tutoring for over 7 years, working with students from grade 1 through college. I am most experienced in tutoring ma... [more]

I started my career in education 10 years ago, tutoring students in German at Truman State University. Since then, I've been fortunate enough to have taught both German (at the University of Missouri-Columbia) and English (at the Philipps University in Marburg, Germany). I've taught beginning and intermediate-level German and German History, as well as English writing, grammar, and conversation courses. My favorite aspect of teaching is seeing my students improve day over day and week over... [more]

I took Prealgebra In eighth grade and continued to use algebra principles in subsequent math classes up to calculus 1. I tutored both Spanish and College Algebra while obtaining my bachelor's degree at Saint Louis University. I consider learning Math to be very similar to learning a new language and my teaching method as a Spanish tutor is what I use to help teach all of my Math classes. This method includes using multiple example problem sets to increase exposure to new ideas as well as clear and to the point explanations. [more]

When I helped my grandson with his middle-school math, I knew how important it was for him to have a solid foundation in the pre-algebra he was studying. I am certified to teach pre-algebra through Algebra 2 and qualified to teach College Algebra. I have years of tutoring experience in upper level Algebra and have found that the misunderstandings and errors high school and college students make is due to their poor foundation in pre-Algebra. Background and experience: ?Retired high school math and science teacher with 25 years experience ?Master's degree ?Lifetime teaching certifi [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$80 per hour.

4.43 42 ratings

I have been working with students since I was a freshman in high school. I worked as an after school tutor as part of a scholarship program during high school and tutored elementary school children in math, reading, writing, and science. Throughout college, I worked for test preparation companies including Kaplan and StudyPoint. I taught high school and college students in ACT, SAT, PSAT, SAT II, and MCAT preparation as well as subject preparation in math subjects through calculus and science... [more]

Born into a family of scientists, at a very young age I was fascinated by the beauty of mathematics. I was caught up in the intrigue of mathematics when I read Euclidian Geometry, Classical Algebra( Number theory and Combinatorics). I was enthralled by the elegant proofs of the nine-point theorem and logical simplicity of the pigeon hole principle. All through the high school, my interest in mathematics was kept alive while solving problems of mathematical olympiad. I was simply mesmerized by... [more]

Dear Student, My name is Natasha and I am a recent graduate from Saint Louis University. My major was Communications and before I went to SLU, I thought of becoming a teacher and majoring in education. My approach to teaching would include patience, involving the student with the thinking process, and strategies to get the student to think. I like asking questions to get the student to think. I am very personable and would love to work with students to help them grow and succeed. I've ... [more]

I'm Nicole! I graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in May 2017 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. I am an incoming medical student at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA beginning Fall 2019, and before that would like to spend my time working with and encouraging students. I have 10+ years of tutor experience, and am especially good at teaching test prep and study skills. My tutor experience includes SAT, ACT, and MCAT prep, geometry, Latin, writing skills, and al... [more]

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