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Welcome, it is my great pleasure to give you an educational experience that has been proven over and over in different cultural backgrounds and different levels. I currently tutor adults seeking their high school diploma and students in grades first through twelth grade. I have taught individuals from Cambodia, Puerto Rico, India and Jamaica. I have the unique ability due to my social work background to understand my student?s needs and tailor their tutoring to meet their specific needs. I h... [more]

Hello. My name is Keenan S. I love doing mathematics and talking about mathematics. I have at least ten years' experience tutoring math. I've been a high school math teacher for four years and a college math instructor for two years. Even If Math isn't your favorite subject, I can help you to improve your math skills so you can complete that homework assignment or pass that test.... [more]

Over the past few years, I have helped numerous math students raise failing grades to A's, tackling everything from basic arithmetic to advanced calculus. Factoring problems? I'm your man. Don't understand congruence proofs? I can help. Over-intimidated by trigonometric identities? I've got you covered. I always try to help my students understand new concepts in terms of those with which they are already familiar. I patiently break down new formulas and processes until they look like familia... [more]

I am a student with a passion for teaching. I've always loved mathematics, but I decided early on that I prefer experimentation. I went to school for my Bachelor's degree in both math and physics with a plan to stay in academia later in life. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Boston University in 2015, and am now well on my way towards a PhD in physics at Georgia Tech. After two years of private tutoring and being a teaching assistant, I think teaching is really where I'm meant to be. Learnin... [more]

Finding the right tutor for your student who is struggling in school can be an enormous challenge. A tutor isn't just a teacher who presents information all over again after school. A tutor must understand the way a student thinks and present the material in a way that makes learning it easy and straightforward. I think my very best skills are in chemistry and math, so while I'm happy to help anyone in any subject I am qualified to teach, I would especially love to help students with math an... [more]

I'm Ammar! I will be graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from UC San Diego in September 2018. During my time in college, I realized the reason why I loved Math and Engineering was because of how it was being taught to me. I understood from early on that a professor can make you love a subject through their teaching style. Whenever I asked for extra help outside of class, my professors would always encourage me to come to their office hours and be very courteous and e... [more]

I am a research fellow at Georgiatech, passionate about teaching. During my PhD at Emory University, I was a teaching assistant for multiple semesters, and taught mechanical and electromagnetism concepts. I also have experience teaching abroad, and have tutored for standardized tests - GRE, SAT I obtained my PhD in physics at Emory University, which involved a lot of mathematics in advanced courses. I use computer software and tech tools to improve communication and clarity of understandin... [more]

Many students struggle with probability because it requires the basic analytical skills of memorizing and applying the use of several formulas, as well as the a mathematical maturity forcing students to understand interesting and sometimes confusing problems in the fields of statistics, mathematics, and business. I have been studying probability since 2003. I have taken several courses on the subject both in my undergraduate and graduate studies at Purdue University. I have also passed the first actuarial exam which has probability as its primary content matter. Beyond taking courses in pr [more]

I'm Australian born and raised, but have been in the U.S. for over a decade. I've helped many students master concepts and improve their grades, as a university lecturer, lab instructor, and one-on-one tutor. I've also mentored junior colleagues, helping them improve skills in Excel and Tableau visualization software, for example. I'm patient, creative, and dedicated to finding a way to teach even the most complex concepts in an accessible manner. I have tutored high school, undergraduate, an... [more]

I have taught a probability course for 2 years at Emory and Henry College. I can even provide a syllabus if you need one. We covered topics such as the probability axioms, Bayes' Rule, probability distributions (discrete and Continuous) and the central Limit Theorem. Hey everybody! I am Aris and I am originally from Washington D.C. I moved to Atlanta a couple of years back to be with my wife who is teaching at Spelman. I am currently an assistant professor of mathematics at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia. I have been teaching classes for about 18 years and tutoring fo [more]

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