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My love of teaching comes from a lifelong love of learning. I excel in math because I love math and have a systematic approach to study math. I have a BA in Finance from University of Washington. In college, when I tutored math and accounting to my fellow students, I always had a good feeling of being helpful. My approach to tutoring is tailored to each individual student. I will assess to see each student's level of knowledge and find out about his/her style of learning. Combining a stude... [more]

I am a chemical engineer who has almost 20 years of experience designing and commissioning chemical plants all over the world. I have become experienced in teaching operators for these plants who have a minimal use of English. Most new operators have little experience with using computers to control large equipment systems. As a Project Manager for an international company, I have developed a high degree of patience with those who need to become useful to their organization in the quicke... [more]

I have successfully tutored students in grades 2 through college for 10 years. I am new to the area, however at my previous home I was tutoring approximately 20 hours per week and was in high demand. My students come for tutoring, gain confidence in their abilities, and gradually reduce tutoring hours. Those students may occasionally come in for a session right before a test. I have been certified to teach mathematics (grades 6-12) in New Jersey, Georgia, and New Mexico. I am also ce... [more]

I am a student enrolling in university right now. Before I came to this university, I was in a community college. I have one year experience in tutoring students in Math and Physics. Mostly, I taught students about precalculus, calculus and physics about Newton's Laws. And I helped students with algebra class as well. I pretty enjoyed tutoring students. I felt very proud, when they showed me their scores getting higher and higher. Here is my way to tutor students. First of all, I'd like to ... [more]

Precalculus topics I tutor include functions, function manipulation (shifting, stretching, and reflections), exponents, logarithms, polynomials, matrices, polar coordinates, spherical coordinates, complex numbers, conic sections, and vectors. Greetings, Welcome to my tutoring profile. I have been tutoring with Wyzant for six years. My educational qualifications include a M.S. in physics from UC Riverside as well as a B.S. in physics with a specialization in astrophysics from UC San Diego. My experience as a teacher outside Wyzant includes one year of teaching physics at Shoreline Communi [more]

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I have a B.A. degree from University of Washington and years of experience in tutoring math. Precalculus is a subject that could be confusing for many students. Therefore, I always try to simplify it, making it easier for students to understand and learn. With this method, I've helped many students improve their math grades. Hi! My name is Mary Ann. I enjoy tutoring young people and adults in math and Cantonese or Mandarin Chinese. I'm a fun and effective tutor, trying to make math and Chinese easy to understand and fun to learn. I'm a native Chinese speaker, and I studied Chinese for [more]

This was my favorite subject in High School, and I did very well in the class. I know some great techniques for solving the problems efficiently. Hello, I am interested in opportunities to provide tutoring services to high school students, with a focus on Calculus, Algebra, and Geometry. I am also available to tutor science classes: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students taking my lessons will learn the material for their course and study strategies that will help them in future classes. My approach is to teach the student how to identify the nature of the problem and to recognize the app [more]

I graduated from UC Berkeley in Electrical Engineering with high honors (top 10% of all graduating engineering students), and a minor in Mathematics. I also have a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. I've always been an excellent student; I was always able to understand very difficult math, science, and engineering concepts. I volunteered as a tutor at Berkeley and I have been a volunteer tutor for several years. I've been professionally tutoring for over 2 year... [more]

A little bit about me: I'm a lifelong student with several years of high school and college level tutoring experience. My undergraduate degree in communication and my masters in business have both given me additional insight in how to help people at many different levels understand the materials they are being taught in school. In the end my goal is to help you accomplish your goals, be they helping a struggling child learn early mathematics, pass a class for high school, getting back... [more]

I teach Anatomy & Physiology as an adjunct faculty member at a local university. I also have 250+ hours of in-person and online tutoring experience. I have tutored everyone from middle schoolers to college students in math, chemistry, and biology. Tutoring is a passion that flows from my natural ability to break down complex topics into smaller pieces that anyone can understand. That's why my day job is science journalism*. Seeing the "light bulb go on" is what I enjoy most about tutoring... [more]

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