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Andrew studied the basic and social sciences, searching for answers to some of life's biggest questions, including the role of nutrition in human health, the basis for human decision-making, and how to win in Monopoly. He earned a B.A. in the Biological Sciences at the University of Chicago, graduated from Georgetown University with an M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics, and earned his M.D. from the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. His tutoring career began in 2010 when he signed on ... [more]

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I taught in a private high school in PA and then a public high school in VA before I became a stay-at-home mom to my three children. I started tutoring for extra income and liked it so much I never went back to full time teaching. One of my children has learning disabilities and individual attention and tutors were essential to his educational success. That was valuable experience I have been able to apply to students who struggle with learning in the traditional classroom sett... [more]

I have taught Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 on the secondary school level, tutored math courses on the community college level for ten years, and have placed 1st in state level competitions in Algebras 1 and 2 when in high school. I have a BS (mathematics) degree from VCU and plan to get my Masters degree soon, as well.... [more]

This is my 5th year of retirement and very much still enjoy math and working with students. I have taught everything from Math 9 to Trig/Analysis. I have been tutoring for almost as long as I have taught. I know how important the one on one contact is. I am very familiar and comfortable with the math content. Also I taught several SOL classes before I retired. ... [more]

Hello, I'm Ian and I'm a currently a junior at James Madison University and am majoring in Mathematics. I am also on the President's List and a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, the Math Honor Society. Throughout college, I've developed strong relationships with my professors which has helped me gain insight on how to teach these subjects. The many teaching styles I have encountered have aided me in shaping my own style for tutoring. One way I help students learn is to make them try and understand why... [more]

I just love math altogether. When someone mentions that they are struggling in math or are stuck on something, I get excited and immediately offer help without second thought. I just love seeing the "light bulb" reaction or the "oh" reaction when you can tell that they actually understand it. If I ask if they get it and they say "no" or "kind of" then I try to approach the problem at a different angle or try to go through it slower and explain each part. As for tutoring experience, I usual... [more]

Hello there! My name is Beau, and I'm a tutor with 10+ years experience in subjects ranging from pre-algebra to multivariable calculus. I graduated from University of Virginia in 2012 with a B.S. in Mathematics and Economics as well as a minor in Government, and have worked as a tutor and teacher ever since. I have tutored all levels of math as well as preparation for the SAT, ACT, and LSAT. I have experience working with students with learning disabilities and poor study habits ages 5-23. I... [more]

I am a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). I was in a dual degree program where I received one Bachelor of Science in Financial Engineering and another one in Applied Mathematics. I worked as a Tutor for the VCU Campus Learning center. I tutored various classes of economics (Micro and Macro), Finance (financial management, intermediate financial management, investments), management (Business pre calculus, and calculus) and Math (Algebra, pre calculus, Calculus I, II & III, Mat... [more]

My goal of tutoring is to help my students build up practical problem solving skills that they could use to boost their school grades, through systematic approach and smart work. I am an engineer with a bachelor?s degree as well as two master?s degrees in engineering. Formal training in engineering fields at both college and graduate schools built up a solid foundation for my strong analytical skills. I loved to play with numbers even before I was old enough to start school. During colleg... [more]

With a B.S. and M.S. in Nuclear Engineering as well as experience teaching and tutoring high-school level math and physics, I can help you reach a better understanding of fundamental concepts in math and/or physics at any level. I also work with college students in engineering and tutor mechanical & nuclear engineering class. Are you a VCU student looking for help with your physics or math classes? I can help! I am patient and love helping my students succeed in reaching their goals. I tut... [more]

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