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Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 434 ratings

Hi there, My name is Vladimir and I am a post-baccalaureate student currently attending the University of North Florida pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Minor: Construction Management) and also working towards a Certificate in Coastal and Port Engineering. My first degree is a Bachelor of Science in Physics (Magna Cum Laude) with a Minor in Mathematics. My academic record consists of numerous accolades consisting of both academic and professional experiences. My most re... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.78 49 ratings

I graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree in physics, as well as a minor in mathematics. Throughout much of my time in high school I worked as a tutor, both privately and as a volunteer through the national honor society. I greatly enjoyed and excelled at this work; I've always had an aptitude for explaining mathematical subjects in ways that other students can easily understand, and find it incredibly rewarding to help my pupils work through difficult problems and improve their grades. After recently graduating from college, I've decided to resume working as a tut [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.97 105 ratings

I enjoy teaching and working with children. While I believe that all children can learn, they do so in their own ways and at their own pace. It is the tutor?s responsibility to ensure that the student(s) understand the material. It is important to show students how one idea builds on the last. I will help your child learn the material in his/her own way. I consider myself to be patient, non-judgmental, and knowledgeable of the subject matter. I truly believe all children can meet their potent... [more]

I have experience and knowledge of precalculus dating back to high school, when I first learned Alegbra 2 before going on to calculus. Precalculus was one of the most popular subjects that students needed help with in my time tutoring at UNF, and it was the one most requested when students sought me for help. That teacher that you can't quite understand? The book that doesn't tell you enough of what you need to solve a problem? That's not me. I've been there. Late nights, coffee, office hours, the works. I was a student in the math program struggling to get my bachelor's degree. Then, I spent [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$35 per hour.

4.65 17 ratings

PreCalculus is the bridge course in the high school sequence. It bridges Algebra and Calculus. The focus of the course is to shore up algebra skill and to master trigonometry. With experience as an AP Calculus teacher, I know the topics and skills needed not only to pass precalculus but to be successful in calculus as well. My name is Carrie and I have 13 years of teaching experience at both the high school and college levels. I have a master's in math and can tutor most high schools subjects and college courses up to Calculus II. When tutoring, I want to work on conceptual understanding [more]

Tutoring has been passion of mine for about 5 years. I'm great at taking complicated concepts and reintroducing them in a more palatable form. I love being able to draw from everyday, real world examples to better convey physics and mathematics concepts to students. I've worked as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for the Student Success Center at the University of South Carolina for 2 years where I was responsible for organizing 3 50-minute sessions weekly of various collaborative learning a... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

I've been tutoring for a little over 2 years since I was laid off from my job as a radio frequency engineer. I enjoy tutoring high school students on a weekly basis the most. I love seeing my students make dramatic improvements. I'm extremely patient and calming. I don't mind explaining basic math if a student is struggling with it. I can explain each problem in different ways so that the student can actually understand why certain steps are taken. My students love that they are getting so m... [more]

Mathematics is my passion. Anytime I get a chance, I use it. I plan on aiding others in math in my career as a math teacher. After teaching for some years, I plan on opening my own math learning center, so I can continue to do what I love. Three things I believe every tutor should have are patience, poise, and practice. Patience is key because, there will be times where the student just does not understand. There will be much repetition, wanting to give up, and negative retaliation. But, as a... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 302 ratings

Precalculus is one of my favorite subjects to tutor, to help give students that last layer of algebra and what will be become their first glimpse into the calculus. I've been a private tutor for over 15 years. As an undergraduate at University of Central Florida (GO KNIGHTS!), I worked part-time as a tutor in the Math Dept.'s Math Lab. There I learned those techniques most effective to bring a student along further than they'd even thought possible. I gained from that time an appreciation for educating others, and sharing with them the joy that comes with understanding new concepts and wi [more]

Retired Director of Engineering and Construction with the AT&T Company. I have been teaching as an Adjunct Teacher for the past twelve years, first at the Sanford Brown Medical School and then at the Harvest Community School in Jacksonville, Florida. I have taught Algebra II honors, Precalculus, and Algebra based Physics in a classroom environment as well as on-line Via Google's video linking services. I also have tutored on-line as well as face to face. I measure my success as a tutor in ... [more]

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