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Five years ago, I began teaching in Houston, Texas at a Prep Public School. This has been a wonderfully rewarding decision, as I have always enjoyed tutoring and working together with fellow students on projects. Now that my fiancee is a grad student at FSU, I work as an engineer for the state. On weekends, I return to my passion of tutoring students in Math, Science, Engineering and Computer Science areas. My experience in the classroom and my own high rigor college program (Mechanical E... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.99 135 ratings

Learning new material isn't always an easy task, and finding the perfect tutor to meet your needs can be equally challenging. I assure that the students I assist maximize their potentials and make enormous strides towards subject mastery. My tutoring philosophy involves a heavy emphasis on improving learning processes, logical reasoning, and critical thinking skills; knowing the correct answer is important, but I ensure that each student develops a strong understanding of the methodology that... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

4.66 77 ratings

I have won national prizes in pre calculus and calculus in math competitions. I have gotten a perfect on both the math II subject SAT and on the math portion of the actual SAT I love tutoring because it gives me the opportunity to demystify the world of mathematics to individuals, whether they perpetually struggle to understand the concepts taught in class or just need some brushing up to do. I try and work with the student to make sure they see a vast improvements in their grades, and then we work together on perfecting the scores To all A's. I have scored a perfect on the SAT math section t [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I've been teaching math for the past fifteenyears. I've had great success with my classroom students as well as those I've tutored. I attribute my success to my ability to communicate effectively and in a way that everyone can grasp the concept. I'm interested in expanding my tutoring clientele and helping more people reach their full potential in math. I enjoy working with math students of all ages, and joining them as they triumph over their math challenges. It would be a great pleasure ... [more]

I have Masters degrees in Financial Mathematics and Economics in addition to eight years of work experience in applied economics. In graduate school I taught several introductory courses in Micro- and Macroeconomics. I specialize in tutoring all levels of college Economics courses as well as some math. I can help you better understand a particular concept or get you ready for an exam. I try to be flexible with the time. I have a 12-hour cancellation policy (24-hours preferred). I prefer ... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 59 ratings

I have been a middle school math teacher for 4 years and high school math for 6 years. Thus, I have been a Teacher/tutor for over 10 years. I have been a middle school math teacher for 4 years and high school math for 6 years. In 2010, 78 percent of my students showed learning gains. I specialize in making math meaningful for my students. With teaching also comes the ability to effectively public speak, and I have been involved in many public speaking sessions. I have played baseball all 4 years in high school, 3 years at the college level, and have been a high school coach in Florida for 10 [more]

I graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Economics (Minor in Mathematics and Political Science). After three years as a Naval Officer I returned to Stanford for an MBA (finance). I worked for a public accounting firm for two years and qualified for my CPA. I spent my career in finance in Silicon Valley, ending as the treasurer of a $750 million company. I am currently retired in Tallahassee, Florida and have taken up tutoring as something interesting to do during retirement. I have s... [more]

During my undergraduate degree at the University of Edinburgh I took part in a volunteer program called Pro Science. The program takes undergraduate students and places them at underperforming high schools nearby. During my placement I worked with the Physics teacher to improve student attitudes towards Physics and identify holes in their education (which were mainly math based). I also completed a Science Education Placement as part of my degree where I tested the effects of the flipped cl... [more]

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