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Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.81 344 ratings

Topics which I have tutored concerning the subject of pre-calculus include: functions, equation theory, matrices, vectors, trig. functions, inverses of trig. functions, applications of trig. functions, sequences, series, polar coordinates, complex numbers, exponential and log functions, conics, probability, limits, derivatives and epsilon delta proofs. I am plenty qualified in tutoring precalculus in that I was a certified New York state high school math teacher for 10 years. I taught a precalculus class for several months. During these years, I tutored several different clients in precalculu [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 103 ratings

Education has always been a very important aspect in every adult's life. However, there are always times where many of us feel that we can't communicate with a teacher or just have a difficult time with the information being presented. I believe that my tutoring methods specifically help those who simply want to understand the material in a way that can be explained to the general public. Throughout college I helped countless classmates and students get a thorough grasp on the material pre... [more]

I got an A in high school precalculus and calculus. I'm able to break down seemingly complex concepts. I am a born problem solver and can teach a variety of problem solving strategies. I have a love of learning and a passion for teaching! I hold a B.S. in biology and have completed extensive coursework in chemistry and physics as well. I scored in the top 5% in the math section of the SAT and the GRE, and the top 10% in the verbal section of those tests. Of course, intelligence alone does not a good teacher make. I am a firm believer that any subject can be accessible and interesting if it [more]

I completed the pre-calculus assessment on this website without any difficulty. I am a graduate of Assumption College, with a B.S. in mathematics and a Master's in Special Education. I enjoy playing guitar, singing, hiking, and kayaking. In the summer, I like to camp and fish. I've been teaching math for 5 years now. I spent three years at a middle school in Springfield, MA, including summer school, and 2 semesters of student teaching with exceptional supervision and guidance. I currently work for a special education collaborative in Western Massachusetts. Students t... [more]

This course extends and integrates concepts from algebra and geometry. It includes a study of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, inverse and second degree relations and their graphs. Other topics include complex numbers, polar coordinates, vectors, sequences and series. I have had many years experience tutoring math at various grade levels. I can help you learn math! I will be more than happy to help you achieve your math goals! These may include topics from grades k thru 12, such as number systems, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. I als [more]

I like teaching students, and helping other people get better. Teaching and learning are two sides of the same coin, and having been on the learning side of the coin for so long, I'd like to try my hand at teaching. I have no former experience, formally teaching but I'm confident I'll be able to help anyone who's willing to be taught. I am a Chancellor's Scholarship holder at UMass Amherst, and have done well in a number of competitive exams, ranging from the SAT and SAT Subject tests; to IIT... [more]

I am going into my fourth year at McGill University where I am majoring in Electrical Engineering. Throughout my time in high school and college, I have tutored my classmates through their math classes. I have also tutored some of my friends' younger siblings to help prepare them for their final exams. Math concepts make sense to me and as a result, I can always explain the problems to students in a simple way that makes sense to them. I love seeing a concept click with another person since ... [more]

Will travel 1 miles

$100 per hour.

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I am an undergraduate student at the University of Connecticut and am majoring in mechanical engineering. I got a 1900 on my SAT's, and took AP chemistry, AP physics and calculus in high school, aced them (thanks to tutoring), and am taking them again in college. When I first started preparing for the SAT's and taking these classes I was struggling, so much in fact that my parents demanded I get a tutor. I was embarrassed at first because none of my friends needed tutors, but I soon came to r... [more]

I have four years of tutoring experience, and this has been in many different courses (chemistry, physics, biology, algebra, calculus, etc.) I have accumulated over 120 tutoring hours, and all of my students have given positive reviews. My main tutoring strategy is to emphasize the important concepts, rather than focusing on the small details and memorization. I have a policy of always giving first lessons for free, so that you can get a sense of my teaching style and whether or not it wo... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

About Elaine: I studied and worked through two successful careers. I earned a BA in Humanities, an MA in Media Theory and Technology and Society, and finally an M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum. Developing myself as a highly qualified secondary mathematics teacher started with my 1st class of 6th grader students. A simple scaling lesson turned into 3-D playground designs used by the architect of their new school building. Soon after I advanced to teaching middle school student all scoring ... [more]

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