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I have BS and MS degrees in Math and a PhD degree in Statistics. In the United States I have taught 6 years as a teaching assistant. Courses include Calculus, Elementary Statistics, Probability, Sampling, etc. I really enjoy working with students and answering their questions. It's my pleasure to work as a tutor and help students.... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

4.97 1422 ratings

I have been tutoring Pre-Calculus for more than 5 years and consistently receive the highest ratings as a WyzAnt Tutor from students and their parents. I have never had a student or parent who was not 100% satisfied. I also tutor Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry and Calculus, so I am able to focus not only on the immediate needs of the students, but also focus on concepts that really matter going forward.. General Experience: I enjoy tutoring and helping students feel good about themselves so they perform better at school. Those who know me say that I relate extremely well to people and that they qu [more]

I am familiar with all the topics covered on a Pre-Calculus course and I have taught most of these topics during my teaching career in the UK. If you have made it as far as studying Pre-Calculus, you are clearly a talented mathematician. Sometimes, students studying Pre-Calculus encounter difficulties in math for the first time. I will work with you to rebuild your confidence and hopefully this time next year you will be working on Calculus! I am a math teacher with more than 10 years of teaching experience. I am currently teaching at a high school, but have extensive experience teaching both [more]

Hello, My name is Vincent and I have been working very hard over the last five years through Wyzant to help students of all ages and backgrounds increase their grades and subject IQ's and in general feel better about their capability to learn Math and Science. I accomplish this with a unique blend of reliability, professionalism, knowledge, personality and most importantly patience. Even though I have received a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and... [more]

A further look is taken at parent graphs, how they can be translated, and the domain and range of functions are more closely kept track of. Main things to look for when determining the domain of a function: division by zero, square rooting (or any even root) of a number. Anything learned in previous math classes is fair game at any point, and more time will be spent on special classes of functions, and identities: logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric, rational, etc... Become very comfortable using rational exponents rather than radical symbols, and do not rely too much on the calculator [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 236 ratings

First off, I would like to thank you for taking the time to review my page. I hope that the information provided here gives you an understanding of who I am and what I can do for you as a tutor. If you would like me to expand upon anything mentioned on this page, please feel free to send me a message. I hope to hear from you. I have over 7 years of private tutoring experience for math classes ranging from 6th grade pre-algebra to proof based real analysis. Unlike many tutors, this is not my ... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 556 ratings

Material covered can be based upon the students' courses syllabi, existing material that the tutor has, students'/parents' particular interest, or some combination of these. Subject matter include, but are not limited to: a. Review of Algebra II (as needed) b. Review of Geometry (as needed) c. Review of Trigonometry (as needed) d. Roots and Powers e. Financial Calculations f. Logorithms g. Growth/Decay Functions h. Imaginary Numbers i. Graphing and Reading Graphs j. Relating Pre-calc to Other Subjects (including: calculus, physics, chemistry, investing, and more) k. Much More ...... Always [more]

Hello! My name is Dustin, and I'm looking to tutor students primarily in physics and mathematics. I graduated from The University of Scranton summa cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in physics and a minor in mathematics in 2015. Then I began graduate school Michigan State University where I've completed a Master of Science degree in physics. I am an experienced tutor, including several years of employment as a university tutor while I was getting my undergraduate degree. I've primarily tutor... [more]

I have been tutoring since 2011 and found that I have a passion for it. I truly enjoy helping students achieve better grades and develop a better understanding of the material. I always look for alternate ways to present the material that each student understands. If one way doesn't work, I try another approach. I prefer to make learning the material as easy as I can. Many of my students have told me that they wished I was their math teacher due to making it easier to understand. I see the ... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 511 ratings

Precalculus expands on the topics covered in algebra 2. The concept of the limit is introduced to the student during Precalculus. This is an important concept as it will show up again in more advanced math classes. Trigonometric proofs which a lot of students find challenging are also covered in Precalculus. Hi my name is Shan, I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics,with a minor in chemistry and physics. I am a CRLA ( College Reading and Learning Association) certified tutor and held the position of head math and science tutor at Oakland Community College. I have several years of experienc [more]

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