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Will travel 40 miles

$125 per hour.

4.99 143 ratings

I have a diverse background in mathematics, statistics, science, and engineering. I have bachelor's degrees in applied mathematics and physics, master's degrees in statistics and nuclear engineering, and a doctorate in statistics. So as you can see, I love math and science! I have tutored for several years. I started tutoring during college where I helped undergraduate students at an engineering school with their math courses. After graduating, I tutored several high school and college s... [more]

I am an undergraduate student currently in North Lake College. I am planning to be a mechanical engineer. I did my high school from Nepal where I used to do tutoring in math and science for mostly high school students and also for ACT and SAT Math. I scored well on both of these tests on the Math section. I will do my best to help you do better in Math.... [more]

I have been a math teacher in public schools since August 2005 with experience teaching algebra I, algebra II, geometry, and 6th grade math. I have had student success on state-administered tests (80%-plus passing on STAAR/EOC for math). I enjoy making puzzle-type games for my lessons to help improve my students' thinking skills and using the technology provided to enhance these lessons. I have tutored math in some capacity since I was about 13 years old. Throughout the years, I have helped... [more]

I am a certified math teacher with 3 years of experience teaching in a Dallas area public school. I also have 10 years of experience as a private tutor in math and writing to students of all ages. I love being able to work with students one on one, because after managing classrooms of 35 or more students, I know how much the one on one time benefits students who are struggling. My favorite part of tutoring is seeing that Aha! moment in a student's face when they finally understand a concept. ... [more]

I have taken probability in college in route to my degree in chemistry. Later, I incorporated probability in various courses that I taught in high school. Needless to say, I included probability considerations in my work in industry as a research chemist. For students tied to their calculators or computers, I can demonstrate three methods of multiplying two digit numbers in their heads. I can relate estimation methods that engineers and scientists use in the work place to determine that their calculations are reasonable. Related to the final result is the initial "guesstimate" an engineer [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.33 3 ratings

I am highly experienced in tutoring students who want to succeed. I am a retired aerospace and nuclear engineer who primarily desires to pass on knowledge in Math, Calculus and Physics. I use various methods of communicating the principles and processes, finding the most effective means. I use an encouraging approach to create a positive learning atmosphere. The approach is to track closely the classroom curriculum by reviewing and working through homework assignments, assuring that the st... [more]

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