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I have been teaching and tutoring for 17 years. I would love to help you understand your math classes better. I plan to pursue my Doctorate in Educational Technology. Hello! I have been working as the lead math tutor at a community college for 17 years. I have tutored students in all subjects from Basic Math through Calculus. I have also taught courses as an adjunct instructor including, Basic Math, Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Math Concepts for Educators, Math Functions, and Geometry and Measurements. I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education and am one [more]

Precalculus is the gateway to calculus. This means a firm foundation in these topics is crucial for continuing on. The first set of knowledge is trigonometric equations and identities. There is some memorization involved when it comes to the many identities and the unit circle; however, once you start getting the hang of it, it can be quite fun (if you like puzzles, like me). For the sake of brevity, the remaining topics include vectors, matrices, imaginary and complex numbers, probability and combinatorics, sequences, series, and induction. Phew... I know it seems like a lot, but each of thes [more]

Hi! My name is Nicole, but I also go by Nikki. I primarily tutor math and science. Students that I have worked with have benefited from a dramatic increase in their grades in addition to their overall comprehension of concepts. My students often tell me that I excel at explaining tricky concepts and that I do so in a way that is easy to understand and remember. I began tutoring in 2004, back when I was an undergraduate studying at Florida State University. ?In college, I double majored ... [more]

Hello! My name is Rafael and I am pursuing a Bachelor?s degree in Petroleum Engineering with a minor in Spanish at The University of Tulsa. I was also a teacher for fifth and sixth grade students at Holy Name School located in Omaha, Nebraska. Professors /teachers are such a huge influence in a student?s life. Teachers that step ?out of the box? are the ones that makes the coursework fun, enjoyable, and less overwhelming. In my experience, I have used both preparation and dedication into the ... [more]

I graduated from Broken Arrow High School and have attended the University of Tulsa. I have been tutoring math and teaching flute lessons for the past 10 years. I offer in-person tutoring at convenient locations as well as on-line tutoring. My students work with me through a combination of their classroom homework, course materials and additional practice they may need. Working with each student, I make sure that they understand and are able to work on their own with each type of problem. ... [more]

I am a current OU medical student, with a biomedical engineering degree. I love to learn, and I am experienced in a wide range of subject material. I have been tutoring at the high school and college level for several years. I was the head science and math tutor at my undergraduate university, where I tutored on a daily basis, both in small groups and 1-on-1 sessions. I regularly tutor in biology, chemistry, math, and physics. I have also taught a lecture session where I was in charge of cre... [more]

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