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Functions, graphs, analytic geometry, matrices, combinatorics, and probability--all of the above are often topics in Precalculus classes. As a tutor, I have developed ways to teach and explain all of the above topics, so that students can really understand them. My name is Joyce, and I have over 7 years of experience tutoring high school and college math and physics. I have tutored physics (including regular, honors and AP), prealgebra, algebra I, geometry, algebra II, precalculus, trigonometry, calculus, GRE math, ACT math, SAT math, enrichment math, and writing. I have taught the equivale [more]

I have a Bachelors of Science degree, as well as a Masters of Business Administration. I decided I wanted to go into medicine, so I graduated from medical school. While working as a physician, I decided I wanted to go back to school, and that is how I got my Ph.D. in missiology/intercultural studies. I have taught at a variety of levels, including tutoring my two sons through high school (one in algebra 1 and 2, the other in biology and anatomy and physiology). I have taught as well at the gr... [more]

I am a graduate of Ball State University where I majored in Accounting. After graduating, I went back to school a short time later and got my teacher certification in Math and Social Studies grades 5-12. I have been in the education field for 13 years and enjoy working with kids. I have been a math tutor for 10 years, tutoring adults as well as children. My parents are both retired educators and my brother is also an school teacher. I guess you can say it runs in my family. I have a degree... [more]

I have Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics. I also have a Master's degree in Business Administration. I was a Teaching Assistant while attending school for my undergraduate degree and a Graduate Aide while completing my Master's program. I have taught traditional classes as well as online courses at local colleges. Some of the courses I have taught are; 1. Business Algebra 2. College Algebra 3. Trigonometry 4. Calculus I 5. Calculus II... [more]

First of all, I don?t like math?I have a passion for it. I spend free time doing math problems the way others do cross-word puzzles, or watch soap operas. And, ironically, I wasn?t always a good math student. Until my second year of junior high I was just average in my math classes, and wasn?t recommended into advanced math. Then, in 8th grade, something remarkable happened?I got a GREAT math teacher. Mr. Lunsford made all the difference in opening a new world of understanding. A light s... [more]

Several years of tutoring and teaching assistant experience at Duke University and the greater Chicagoland area. I am an expert in the ACT, SAT, GMAT, and MCAT as well as a variety of high-school and college level math, science, and quantitative courses. ACT Math Score of 36. Expertise in Algebra, quantitative mechanics, statistics, precalculus, calculus, trigonometry, and geometry ACT Science Score of 36. Expertise in data analysis, biology, chemistry, and physics. Former golf an... [more]

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