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Hi, my name is Rachel, and I love to help students understand what they're learning in school. As a graduate of Biola University, I have found myself in a position to help students with what they do not understand. While at college, I spent some of my free time (when not working at the campus bookstore and doing my own homework) tutoring students in the local community. Since then, I have had the opportunity to regularly help students both with their homework and to help them learn concepts t... [more]

***Now taking new students. Rate is $75 for first hour and then $25/half hour per session*** As I will show, I have extensive academic training in a variety of the natural sciences, as well as an interest and devotion to tutoring and teaching. I have B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, an M.S. degree in Chemistry, and an ABD Ph.D. in Chemistry, focused in Chemistry Education. In each of these programs, I have excelled acade... [more]

Hi. My name is Ben. I'm a soon-to-be graduated math major. I have a few years of experience tutoring K - 12 math for Mathnasium. I'm very aware that many students struggle in math. So I do my best to help them overcome their hurdles. I explain math problems and solutions in a step-by-step that's easy to follow. What I love most about tutoring is helping students become more confident in solving problems and seeing their sighs of relief when they realize a seemingly impossible problem is in... [more]

I have a strong mathematical background from a BS in physics and a PhD in civil engineering, including over 5 years of tutoring and teaching, including Precalculus. I have tutored physics and math students since I was in college, with most of my emphasis on introductory physics courses for students in other departments (e.g. pre-med), and undergraduate math classes, especially single-variable calculus. In addition, I have tutored high school calculus and other math classes. I love working through problems with students and seeing when they grasp the methods and are able to apply them to sol [more]

I'm currently an Engineering student at Clark College and I'm planning on transferring to New Mexico Tech in the fall of 2015. I was in the banking industry for over 10 years, from retail banking to cash vault services to credit card processing, before deciding to go back to school a couple years ago. Before I started at Clark, I volunteered for a year through AmeriCorps. I was placed at the WorkSource in Vancouver and I was able help to people of my community find jobs by leading workshops o... [more]

I am a Certified teacher, with a B.S. in Chemistry, a Ph.D. ABD, and 39 hours of Mathematics (including four Doctoral courses in Statistics.) I have tutored more than 650 students in Math over the past 20 years. I begin teaching Pre Calculus by reviewing Algebra concepts, such as the manipulation of several variables, graphing in all four quadrants, using formulas for lines and slopes, solving problems by using the quadratic formula, calculating cubic volumes of geometrical figures, etc. In Pre Calculus, we learn about trigonometric identities, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, conic section [more]

Hello! My name is Jordan and I am an engineer. I have an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering and a masters degree in Environmental Engineering with a concentration in Groundwater and Soil Pollution Control. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my expansive knowledge of math, science, and engineering with students. I believe that a great teacher is encouraging, lively, and flexible. My lesson structure is adaptive, with a high emphasis on individual growth. I have three yea... [more]

I created the the Symmetry, Shape and Space course at Marylhurst University. A second title could be Geometry for Fine Arts students. This course is popular because I apply mathematics to art and nature. Spirals and the golden ratio are used to analyze art from the pyramids to Mondrian. Students count petals on flowers to discover Fibonacci numbers, 1. 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 13. etc. Students work with compass, string and scissors to design geometric shapes in the same way that Euclid taught ab... [more]

Hello, thank you for viewing my profile. I have over five years of experience tutoring students of various ages and backgrounds; including middle, high school, college, and returning adult students. I have worked for tutoring agencies, colleges, and privately. I am comfortable tutoring students one on one, or in groups. I focus on subjects related to Math, Engineering, and Science. The subjects I tutor are SAT Math, ACT Math, GRE Math, Prealgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalc... [more]

I'm an Electronic Engineer, and I've been studying mathematics, physics, algebra and calculus for the last 5 years. I also work as a math tutor online. Thus I solve mathematics related questions that people send me. I also work as a Calculus Tutor via Skype and I'm a Coursera Mentor in an electronic online course. I studied mathematics at Kumon for 3 years, before I attended college and studied all math, physics and calculus courses. I was tutor of all these subjects during the universi... [more]

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