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Will travel 10 miles

$95 per hour.

5.0 458 ratings

Hello I'm Terrence! I received a 4.0 GPA and a Math Education degree from the U. of Kentucky in 2009. I scored a perfect 800 on the Math portion of the GRE, worked as a Teacher's Assistant (TA) for Calculus I, and received the Kentucky Mathematician of the year award in 2008. (I am the sharpest spoon!) I also passed the first Actuary Exam (Probability). From 2007 to '11, I owned and operated my own tutoring business full-time. I regularly tutored a wide variety of students, ranging from el... [more]

Hello, and thank you for your interest in my tutoring services. My name is Aaron, and I would be happy to assist you or your loved one with any educational needs that you or they may have. In 2013, I graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics. In my time attending the schools from where I received my A.A. and B.S. degrees, I worked as a tutor through those institutions. After graduating, I became a middle school math teacher. The combination of my t... [more]

Dear potential student: Hi! I'm Ian. I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics from Northern Arizona University and have extensive experience as a math and science tutor. I began tutoring at the Boys And Girls Club in 2002. This volunteering experience prepared me to work as a student tutor in college, then a professional tutor after graduation. I've tutored at Yavapai College, Northern Arizona University, and the State College of Florida. I work as a freelance tutor, a private contract... [more]

I teach and tutor for statistics and math courses. My skills are in breaking the concepts down to a level that can be understood by just about anyone, no matter their prerequisite knowledge. I have taught at various colleges in Florida, teaching and tutoring students of various backgrounds, skill levels and ages. I have a Master's degree in Operations Research (an applied math) and a Bachelor's Degree in Math.... [more]

I have been tutoring part-time for over 20 years, and would like to make the jump to full-time. After all, it is what I enjoy, so why not go for it? I have two undergraduate degrees from the University of Florida, and have scored a perfect 800 in math on the Graduate Record Examination. I am available for all math through calculus, as well as for test preparation (SAT, GRE, professional exams). I am also a rated chess player and am available for teaching and coaching.... [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 70 ratings

Two of the major obstacles that students face are self-confidence and self-motivation. Having a private tutor is the best way to overcome these hurdles. Personalized one-on-one interaction encourages students to perform at their highest level. They receive the extra practice they need to become confident in the skills they possess and develop the adaptability to put those skills to work in any scenario. Experiencing personal growth in these areas is the first step to gaining self-confidence. ... [more]

Hello, My name is Rinzin D. and at the moment I am a stay at home mother. I have a post graduate certificate in education and a Masters in Economics of Development form the Crawford School at the Australian National University. I taught Diploma and Post Graduate students for the last 14 years. I can teach and tutor subjects like Economics, Business Mathematics, pre-Calculus, Algebra, Statistics, Quantitative Techniques. I love teaching and that is all I have done for the last 17 years.... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

While obtaining dual Bachelor?s degrees in mathematics and economics with a concentration in statistics. I worked as a teachers? assistant in the math department. I graded papers and tutored students studying all courses within the department, including probability ? a crucial stepping stone for statistics and physics. Probability is generally Algebra II concepts applied to predicting outcomes. I understand math concepts quickly, allowing me to find multiple ways to solve each problem ? I use these different methods to connect with students? unique learning styles. [more]

I have a B.S in Mathematics from FGCU plus about 18 graduate credits. I also have a knack for taking cryptic symbols and frustrating problems and turning them into meaningful relationships and intuitive solutions. Granted, I was trained technically, and so I tend to talk technically, but I always try to keep in mind that if I explain something like the "Leading Coefficient Test" and I start talking about degrees of polynomials and end behavior and terms and coefficients, that the person on th... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$48 per hour.

4.7 10 ratings

If someone cannot learn the way we teach, perhaps we should teach the way they learn. My high school math teacher turned those words into action, i was incredibly fortunate to have had a teacher who believed in my abilities and encouraged me to do the same, even when I did not care and especially when I wanted to give up. One teacher's passion sparked persistence in myself to always keep learning and never stop trying. Sometimes "fail" doesn't mean a lack of success or ability, sometimes it s... [more]

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