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I have been tutoring precalculus for over ten years. I have tutored students from many different schools and levels, so I am incredibly experienced with the material. I am also great with calculator tricks and test taking strategies, so I can help prepare for big exams. 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. [more]

I truly enjoy seeing those I teach "get it" and have that "ah ha" moment. A structural engineer by trade, I have to continually learn new things each and every day. It's my job! Math is my specialty of course, but I don't fit the mold as a typical engineer as I enjoy interacting with people too. Tutoring experience? Well...besides the hours on wyzant tutoring mostly algebra and trigonometry I have previously volunteered to teach at engineering outreach events at the Buffalo Museum of Sci... [more]

I am most capable of tutoring in precalculus. I find many students have a certain apprehension towards math. I try to reduce any anxiety they have by breaking down problems into smaller parts. I find that developing flashcards with my students helps them to quickly review the key concepts on a regular basis. My rate is flexible and I am available on weekends. I have been involved in scientific research for 20+ years both in academia and industry. I have a PhD in Pharmacology and a BS in Biochemistry. I was an Assistant Professor at a medical college and more recently an entrepreneur in bi [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]

Hi, my name is Frank. I graduated from the University of Buffalo with a BA in Mathematics and a provisional certification (now expired) to teach High School Mathematics. I've also completed additional graduate work in both Mathematics and Mathematics Education. Later, while working as an analyst for HSBC Bank, I earned an MBA from Canisius College with an emphasis in Operations Management. For the last twelve years, I've been the Mathematics Lab Supervisor at Erie Community College City... [more]

I am an advanced graduate student at SUNY Buffalo working on my PhD in Anthropology. I specialize in archaeology, specifically in Roman period Romania. I have taught several courses at SUNY Buffalo, as well as running a field school for the past 5 years. Prior to making the switch to archaeology, I studied astrophysics at the University of Michigan, so I have a deep and rich background in math and science. I have been an editor for a graduate journal for the past 4 years, and am the curr... [more]

Hi, I'm Joe. I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a minor in Economics. While I was working toward my math degree, I tutored high school students after school. My friend and classmate recommended me to my school's tutoring program after seeing how I helped other students in our Calc 2 class. I interviewed and was hired the next day after they saw my high grades in my Math courses. This was my first experience tutoring in a professional setting, and I instantly lov... [more]

I was a mathematics major in college. I tutored students at all levels in mathematics for three years, and I also have some teaching experience in mathematics. In addition, I took the AP Calculus AB and BC exams in my senior year of high school. 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 mathema [more]

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$55 per hour.

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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, nuclear reactor engineering, chemical plant design, and many more. I conduct ... [more]

I'm NYS certified to teach secondary math. 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]

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