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Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

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I am a West Point graduate who has been to thirteen countries and traveled through most of the US. In those travels I have experienced a great deal of life, and worked alongside many people in all walks of life. I have studied and learned a wide variety of topics to one degree or another, and am actively learning and continuing my education, and expect to do so throughout my life. I received a cum laude title on the college-level national latin exam in eighth grade; I have had a college-level... [more]

Knowledge of Calculus is essential in helping with Pre-Calculus. I have recently tutored Calculus to an OCC student who claimed I explained things better than any other tutor he has had. I can read, understand, and clearly explain material from textbooks to help people understand. I have recently tutored someone in algebra which I am very comfortable in doing. I am presently tutoring someone in calculus which is a bit more challenging. I graduated from Lehigh University in 1972 as a Civil Engineer and a few years ago retired from the State. I took Calculus 1, 2 and 3 in College a long time ago [more]

I have a in-depth understanding of the fundamental principles of Precalculus. I am able to explain complex concepts in a way that resonates with the student. I have tutored Precalculus at Onondaga Community College for the Past 3 years. Hello. my name is Larry. I am currently an Academic Tutor (Math/Computer Science) at a community college. During my time as a tutor, I have worked with a diverse population of students. I have a knack for explaining concepts in a way that resonates with the students. I have an intense passion for helping others learn and I am highly computer/technologically lit [more]

Hello, I am a certified math teacher for grades 7-12 (New York State as well as an experienced engineer having worked for GE consumer electronics and medical equipment manufacturers. My strength lies in my ability to describe math clearly and to connect concepts to the real world. Many of my hobbies, like sailing and skiing, have math. I play up the fun aspect of math where possible in my examples. My teaching background covers 10 years in a high school math lab and 3 more in a classro... [more]

The jump from Algebra 1 to Algebra 2 is a big one, where the math becomes more abstract. The same thing occurs between Algebra 2 and Precalculus, where there is another jump in how abstract the math becomes. That is where I come in, to make sense and to visualize the mathematics behind Precalculus. I am a local HS math teacher who has experience teaching Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 as well as Regents prep for both courses. I am a huge sports fan, specifically Syracuse football and basketball. I enjoy still playing in my local basketball and volleyball leagues as well. I have been tutoring mathema [more]

Master's of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech with a 4.0 major GPA. A very strong background in Mathematics and broad-based experience in the different analytical/numerical approaches, method,s and techniques. Also a very strong background and broad-based experience in Physics and relating it to real life. Worked as a a teaching assistant for multiple undergrad courses and I was also a tutor at a tutoring service for elementary school through high school. I enjoyed helping th... [more]

I can teach Algebra, Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics. I have tutored online, but I much prefer teaching in person. I have two children now in college, at Ivy League schools. I was their primary caregiver throughout their childhood, and helped them with their schoolwork whenever they needed it. They both took math up through AP calculus (one of them took Calculus BC). One of them took AP Chemistry, the other took AP Physics, so I have seen some of the work done in those classes. My... [more]

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