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Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

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I took precalculus in 10th grade and completed high-school math through Calculus 2, earning an A every quarter. I also took multivariable calculus and linear algebra in college. *** Please read my "How to Work with Me" and "FAQ" sections below before messaging me. This makes it easier for me to help you, since I get a lot of messages. Thank you! *** I went to Princeton University and majored in molecular biology. I was high school salutatorian (2nd in a class of 500+) and completed the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. I've been tutoring continuously since high school, as both a priv [more]

I can help you come to grips with challenges in physics, chemistry, math and related subjects (see list of subjects). I am available to tutor students at all levels, up to and including grad. school. I have experience tutoring elementary and high school, ACT, SAT, college, MCAT, and graduate school. Whether you are struggling with material, or if you are an advanced student looking for a complete understanding, I can help you. I am passionate about teaching these subjects, but I realize that ... [more]

I cover in detail exponential, logarithmic, radical and trigonometric ratios and functions, sequences and series, binomial theorem, matrices, etc. I prepare my students for calculus. Once my students understand the concepts, practicing what they've learned is our number one priority. I have been a mathematics tutor in the Chicago area for over ten years now. I?ve tutored students ranging from elementary to high school, helping them not only raise their grades and test scores, but gain the confidence needed to excel and achieve on their own. Different students have different needs, and to expla [more]

I am currently a graduate student at the University of Chicago. I have extensive training in math, physics, and science subjects from my undergraduate and graduate schools. I graduated with a B.S. in Physics from the University of Southern California with a 3.9 GPA, and currently have a 4.0 GPA at the University of Chicago in a medical physics Ph.D. program. I am well qualified to tutor all undergraduate physics courses, and math courses through calculus and differential equations. I also tut... [more]

I graduated in 2016 with a Master's degree in biomedical engineering from Arizona State University, and am now working on a PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Chicago. I have experience in all areas of math and science, particularly physics, chemistry, biology, and any math course. Specifically, I was an in-class math tutor for over a year and have been tutoring independently for over four years after that. While working in these positions, I have developed a method for tutoring tha... [more]

I have taught precalculus workshops. I have a precalculus instructor textbook with answers. I have been a math tutor and math workshop instructor for 2 years at Northeastern Illinois University. I've tutored college students in math courses such as pre-algebra, intermediate algebra, college algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. In addition to tutoring, I've provided study skills and test taking strategies to college students taking the ACT and TAP exams. I currently have a 3.6 GPA and have passed all subtests of the Test of Academic Proficiency (TAP). Last summer, I was ... [more]

I took precalculus in high school in order to take calculus. My high school and college calculus courses have given me significant extra practice with precalculus concepts. I'm a Northwestern University Ph.D. student pursuing my degree in experimental particle physics, and I am interested in tutoring introductory physics and mathematics. I have significant experience in all core physics disciplines, including classical mechanics, electromagnetism, and modern physics. These are the topics typically covered in the introductory undergraduate and A.P. high school curricula. My teaching experience [more]

Success in Calculus is much greater for students who perform well in Precalculus. There are many difficult topics covered in Precalculus, and it can be really overwhelming. Having taught AP Calculus for the past two years and having taught Precalculus either in formal classes or with tutoring students over the last eight years, I am familiar with the essential skills students need to succeed, both this year and beyond. I have helped hundreds of students improve their mathematical thinking skills over the past eight years. I have taught the entire mathematics curriculum at my high school in Chi [more]

Having a solid foundation in pre-calculus is important for doing well in calculus. Therefore, it is very important to understand the concepts in pre-calculus. Once you understand the concepts and with the help of a few drills, you will master both subjects. Through years of tutoring during my college days, and years of being a coach and mentor during my professional career, I learned that understanding the basic concept is much more important than just knowing how to solve a particular problem. Once you have a grasp of the basic concept and gain the insight, you not only improve your scores an [more]

I have been tutoring math since 2014, both in schools and as a private tutor, working with students that are in middle school, high school and college. I greatly enjoy supporting and connecting with students to help them understand the math. I am currently in graduate school, pursuing a Master's degree in Mathematics with a concentration in Actuarial Science. I greatly enjoy the work that math requires, applying concepts and equations to solve problems. I believe this is only part of what ma... [more]

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