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I have tutored hundreds of students, individually and in classroom settings, in the full range of subjects tested on standardized exams. These subjects include math, reading comprehension, writing, and analytical ability. I have helped students compose their college and graduate school application essays and personal statements. My tutoring experience began in my undergraduate years, when I was employed by the Columbia University Tutoring Service. Since then, I have helped students prepare fo... [more]

I have 5 years of experience as a High School Math teacher, depth in math topics in Calculus and beyond from my education and work as an engineer, and have tutored 2 dozen or more Precalculus students one-on-one. Precalculus is both preparation for a following calculus course, AND often a last course in discrete math, so it covers a wide range of topics, some of which are not specifically useful to calculus (such as probability and combinatorics). It relies on solid skills from previous courses in Algebra 1 and 2. I find that students are often challenged in precalculus by the depth of [more]

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My name is Samadrita and I am a trained physicist (PhD, Duke 2006). I have worked at various industry and academic settings including UMB and UML. I stayed home with my young children for a few years and started tutoring as I missed "doing Physics". Since then I have returned to active research but continue to see a handful of students. Every academic year, I mentor a few students hoping to ground them well in fundamentals of Physics and Mathematics. I consider Calculus a close cousin of Phy... [more]

Have taught Introductory Algebra and Trigonometry at Nashua Community College in Spring and Summer 2015. I specialize in teaching and explaining physics; it's what I do. I strive to make it less scary in person, and I also put a lot of work into making online tutoring (through the WyzAnt website) as immediate and personal as being there. I have CURRENT college teaching experience, planning and leading (without any TAs) introductory physics classes (both calculus- and algebra-based; the kind of material that shows up in AP and Honors Physics Classes) at Bridgewater State University in Massach [more]

A high school precalculus course typically contains a wide variety of topics, more so than calculus itself, which takes a narrower set of ideas to greater depth and application. With my experience and WyzAnt certifications including all secondary math subjects, I am able to help make the more esoteric topics understandable: operations on complex numbers; exponential, logistic, and logarithmic functions, and analytic trigonometry. Some accelerated courses also cover matrix algebra, analytic geometry, as well as discrete mathematics (probability and statistics, sequences, and infinite series), [more]

I am an undergraduate student and in my senior year at University of Massachusetts Lowell from September 2014 till Present. Since I excelled in courses of Calculus and Macro Economics, the Business School of this university offered me a part-time tutoring job on campus. Since then my passion for teaching came into existence. Currently, I am in my last semester of my undergraduate program with majoring in Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; concentrations in Finance and Management.... [more]

I have over 5 years of experience tutoring Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry. Tutoring all levels of mathematics for public, private and home-school students. I follow each student's curriculum, providing supplemental materials as needed. Discounted rate for weekly commitment. Although math is not everyone's best subject, it doesn't have to be stressful. Anxiety and discouragement often get in the way of students reaching their full potential in math. I have over 5 years of experience coaching students. I work with each student's learning style, helping them use th... [more]

Hi, I'm Alexa! I recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from UMass Lowell with a Bachelor's of Science in mathematics and a concentration in probability and statistics. At my time at UMass Lowell I was also a member of the Honors College, a part of campus clubs, and a tutor for the university. During my second year at UMass Lowell, I fell into an on-campus job. The department I had been working for over the summer, the Student-Athletic Academic Center, needed math tutors for the fall semester.... [more]

Tutored High school math for 12 years. Honors Mathematics degree from Bristol University (UK). US citizen with 30 years of practical application experience in Software development. SAT tutor and experience with exam technique and quick refresher training. British but a US citizen who has been in the USA for 30 years. An RAF pilot for a few years, then a mathematics tutor and University Professor. Came to the USA for the good life and found it. Branched out into C, C++, C# coding and became VP of Engineering for a healthcare company for many years. Now semi-retired. Passionate about Mathema [more]

I am a Massachusetts certified Biology and Chemistry teacher and former molecular biologist. I have a BS in molecular biology and a masters in teaching biology (MAT Biology). During the past 3 years, I have taught three levels of Biology, including MCAS directed, college prep, and AP, as well as evolution, ecology, and cell biology. I have also taught Chemistry for the past two years. I have been tutoring Biology, Chemistry, SAT's, SSAT's, ACT's and Algebra/Pre-calculus for the past three ye... [more]

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