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I absolutely love helping people understand math better. I have been tutoring math since my sophomore year at Virginia Tech--eons ago. I have been a 'numbers person' all my life. I enjoyed math as a kid. I majored in electrical engineering in college. I enjoyed tutoring college math, engineering, and calculus during my days at Virginia Tech. After graduation, I worked as an engineer for a few years before returning to school. Some of my favorite moments were in helping high school students... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 58 ratings

I tutored many students in regular school Math and competition Math like MathCounts and AMC. I teach students Math in a fun way! I am an K-12 Math Tutor. I also teach computer lessons (like database administration and programming) and Chinese language. I tutored many students Math and all my ratings are 5-star. I passed background check. If you see your child struggling in Math in regular class or accelerated class, or just don't like Math, it is very possible that he/she thinks Math is to... [more]

I love to teach and I love mathematics. I have spent most of my teaching career teaching students who do not have a love for mathematics. However, I enjoy the challenge of helping students get over the anxiety and overcoming past negative educational experiences. Tutoring is the best way to do this because the student is getting one on one instruction which means it is tailored to meet their needs. I have a BS and MA in Mathematics Education. I also have a MA in Instructional Technology. ... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.9 39 ratings

Hi, My name is Phil, and I have a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor for five years. I have also written five science books for advanced high school students and provided solutions to more than a thousand math and science problems for Chegg, the student website. I work with high school and college students, assisting them in physics, chemistry, and mathematics. My tutoring methods a... [more]

TEACHING/ TUTORING APPROACH: I view teaching as a calling, rather than a job. Needless to say, I am very passionate about teaching and helping students improve. I take an individualized approach to each student. That is, I try to figure out what works best for them. I believe in focusing on developing lasting understanding of concepts involved, rather than memorizing. I believe that knowing WHY something is the case makes a subject a lot easier (not to mention more fun). BACKGROUND: Currentl... [more]

I am currently a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I am pursuing a B.S. in Psychology and Neuroscience and a B.A. in Sociology, but I have studied several other subjects. Throughout my time at Carolina, I have found that the classes that I was the most successful in were classes with engaging professors that were dedicated to making sure students understood the overarching themes of the class. I bring this positive outlook and dedication with me as a tutor. I stri... [more]

My name is Paul and I am originally from the Atlanta Area. I attended Georgia Tech which I received my Bachelor's in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering (2010). I've have always had a very strong interest in math and science. I have had informal tutoring experiences in both high school and college helping my friends and acquaintances who were struggling. What I most enjoy about tutoring is seeing the expression on people's faces when it finally clicks and they understand. No one's academic j... [more]

I convey to students that not only is math fun but that everything in life involves math in one form or another. I emphasize that math is a process of getting from point A to point B. I stress that understanding the process and being able to duplicate the process is more critical than just getting the correct answer. I ask students to subject the solution to common sense to make sure that the proposed solution is reasonable. Simply because the calculator gave a result of 150 percent does not ... [more]

I recently retired as a high school math teacher, enjoying 11 years working with students. Subjects include Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Advanced Functions & Modeling, Pre-Calculus, Math II, and Math III. My experience in private tutoring has been very fulfilling, seeing students improve their grades from failing to excelling. Students are comfortable working with me . Prior to teaching, I was an engineer for 26 years, designing and installing systems. I know where math is used, an... [more]

My philosophy is extremely simple...if the student hasn't learned, then the teacher hasn't taught. I have over 20 years experience teaching and tutoring math from the Kindergarten to the Collegiate level. I love helping students excel in a subject that they feel that they can never conquer. I am the only Teacher of the Year recipient in the history of Bennett College and have a long history of assisting students who were struggling in math to succeed and now are doctors. I look forwar... [more]

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