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I've just returned to the U.S. after teaching mathematics internationally for four years. I am experienced in many grade levels from grade six all the way high school (including the AP and IB curriculum). My math education started in high school helping my friends with their homework. In college, I was an official tutor for calculus and statistics. When I was in high school, my teachers scarred me for life with worksheets and repetitive practice problems. As a teacher, I try to avoid th... [more]

I am a skilled tutor with more than 5,000 hours of experience tutoring or teaching. I studied a variety of fields, while pursuing my Chemical Engineering degree. I became a tutorial instructor, because I am excited to see people learn. I was a tutor, through college. I always studied for depth with the intent to teach what I learned. It is common for my students to laugh during study sessions. I was voted the most inspirational student by my senior year band class. For every semester that I ... [more]

I encourage my students to become independent learners. Although I am confident in my ability to break down scientific concepts and principles, my goal is to guide the student through the lesson plan and develop crucial study skills, while resorting to explanations to avoid hindering the flow of the lesson. Unfortunately, most students who request tutoring in math and science have lost confidence in themselves from the shortcomings of the educational system. It is important for me to pract... [more]

Because probability is included in several curricula, I have tutored students in it the past several years. I took a probability class as part of my master's in teaching degree, and because I've been working with it most recently, I can help students get the basics of it mastered so they are ready for more upper-level problems. I started my work out of college as a middle school teacher. Then, I worked in business world to learn how knowledge is used outside the academic environment. It helped prepare me to teach students what lies ahead after school. Wanting to learn new cultures and cont [more]

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$50 per hour.

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The theories of discrete probability and continuous probability provide the basis for relevant theories in statistics. But probability is a fascinating topic in its own right, and I enjoy it even more than I do statistics! I used the theory of continuous probability, as employed in queuing theory, in my doctoral dissertation in computer science. Hi, my name is Philip. I am a professional tutor because I love helping students of all ages gain knowledge and skill in subjects of interest to them. But I am more than just a tutor. I am also an independent scholar with three published books, along [more]

Greetings, Welcome to my tutoring profile. I have been tutoring with Wyzant for six years. My educational qualifications include a M.S. in physics from UC Riverside as well as a B.S. in physics with a specialization in astrophysics from UC San Diego. My experience as a teacher outside Wyzant includes one year of teaching physics at Shoreline Community College and two years of teaching physics labs, and discussion sections at UC Riverside. The teaching method I use is a mix of explanatio... [more]

I have been a math and computer science tutor since 2009 and have worked with over 100 students individually. My students range from elementary school to high school seniors. I tailor each lesson to the student's needs and current abilities, helping them to understand the concepts as well as providing homework assistance and test preparation including standardized tests such as the SAT (Math), SAT Subject (Math Level I and II), ACT (Math and Science), and AP (Calculus and Computer Science).... [more]

As a former high school and middle school Math Teacher from Massachusetts, I know that one of the biggest hurdles to learning math is not just learning about the rules and properties of numbers, functions and geometric shapes but also confidence to solve the problems presented to the student. Many of my former students were blocked by their lack of confidence to be able to find and figure out the answers themselves and after working with them to be patient and apply the principles they learne... [more]

I graduated from UC Berkeley in Electrical Engineering with high honors (top 10% of all graduating engineering students), and a minor in Mathematics. I also have a Masters degree from Stanford University. I've always been an excellent student and understanding very difficult math, science, and engineering concepts. I volunteered as a tutor at Berkeley and I have been a volunteer tutor for several years. I've been professionally tutoring for over 1 year with over 300 hours of logged tutoring h... [more]

I'm Tom! I just completed my Ph.D. at Boston College and will start as a professor at Swarthmore College (PA) this Fall. As a graduate student at BC, I have been the sole instructor for six courses including Calculus, Probability, and Statistics, as well as a Teaching Assistant for several others. In that time I twice received the Donald J. White Teaching Excellence award. One of the primary reasons I chose a career in academia is what I like to call the "ah-ha moments," when a something... [more]

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