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Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 29 ratings

My name is Shannon and I am an alumna of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a B.S. in biology. I have been a teaching assistant for courses as an undergraduate student and have frequently tutored friends since middle school. I enjoy hiking, watching Netflix, eating food that I know is bad for me, and looking at cute animals on the internet. I have a couple of tutoring styles that I try to see what works best for a given student (as I know we all learn differently). For example, I learn th... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

4.99 595 ratings

I am currently a graduate student pursuing a masters degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics from Penn State University, and I am completing my degree remotely while living in Williamstown, MA. During my undergraduate and graduate enrollment, I have had several years experience teaching and tutoring undergraduate math and science courses. My undergraduate major at Williams College was Computer Science and I have spent a summer as a software development intern for Microsoft, so I am very c... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

4.5 18 ratings

First of all, I have earned a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education from the University of Central Florida. My previous employment opportunities include working for three years with students with math disabilities as well as teaching a small group of students Calculus. Currently, I am in my 14th year teaching math courses at the Community College of Vermont. The math courses I have taught or am teaching include: Basic Mathematics, Basic Algebra, Mathematical Concepts, College Algebra, ... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 23 ratings

As an undergraduate, Probability was for me an area of special concentration, and now it is one of my favorite subjects to teach. It can be a tricky field, but I think when it is taught properly, it is much more approachable than it may appear. I've taught and tutored Probability at several schools, in different contexts (sometimes pure Probability alone, other times with Statistics), and to students of many ages and backgrounds. Maybe more than any other high school/early college math topic, the fundamentals can be taught in many ways, and some explanations just do not work for some students. [more]

Any educational problem can be fixed, no matter how hard it seems. I am referring here to the competence of a skilled tutor who has taken on hundreds of students over a fourteen-year period and turned each one of them into high-performing scholars. When you have the knowledge, certainty and willingness to accept challenging students and get results 100% of the time, hope is no longer just a byword. It's reality. I taught SAT Math at multiple private companies in PA and NY. I can analyze ... [more]

Greetings Students and Parents, I am at your service for tutoring in Math, Science, Test Prep for all levels from elementary through university. Also, any course work in Economics/Finance for high school and undergraduate level as well as basic Computer Science are also fair game. Holder of a degree in Mathematics from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and a student mentor for the Artificial Intelligence Nanodegree program at Udacity. I was a general math tutor for undergrads at M... [more]

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