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Probability tutoring is all about coming up with examples that make sense to the student and then showcasing how those examples can extend and apply to many other problems. Great examples using probability are everywhere: sports, game shows, games of chance, college acceptance rates, etc. I can always find a great example that appeals to the student I am working with in order to enhance their learning and comprehension of the material. I am a former University of Kentucky student who has recently moved back to Lexington from the Nashville area. I am so excited to be back in the city and state [more]

Hello! A little info about me... I love to teach! It's as simple (and challenging) as that. As a graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program at Northern Kentucky University, and a published co-author of a journal entry to The Journal of Ethnomathematics, I love all levels of math! I truly love to share that love through teaching and my specialty is tutoring algebra through college level calculus. Oooh, I just love to teach trig and calculus! I also love to help peop... [more]

I have had the pleasure to tutor many students over the past decade. And because I am able to teach nearly every subject, I have seen common learning deficiencies spread across the entire spectrum of learning. However, each student has been unique with various strengths and weaknesses - not one of them the same. For this reason, I create highly personalized lesson plans for each student I encounter. This results in much faster learning than a "one size fits all" approach and promotes better l... [more]

First off, a bit about me: I was born in Bulgaria but have lived here in Lexington over fifteen years. I attended Julius Marks Elementary, Winburn Middle, and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, where I also graduated from MSTC (the Math, Science and Technology Center). I'm currently a Computer Science Major and Math Minor at the University of Kentucky's School of Engineering, expecting to graduate December 2018 with a 3.9 GPA. This is my second degree; I graduated Summa Cum Laude from UK wit... [more]

My name is Luke. I've been tutoring teenagers in math since high school, and helping even the worst students achieve A's in algebra, geometry, and calculus. I graduated from the Carol Martin Garton Academy in 2012, and earned my Bachelor's in Math at the University of Kentucky in 2015. I've been a high school teacher for two years, and am entering my third year this fall. After school, I'm either prepping kids for their ACT or running the HCHS academic team. If I'm not in school, then I'm ei... [more]

My love for teaching has been since forever. Right from my childhood teaching has been a passion for me. I am presently a Software Developer in one of the firms in India. I have earned my Master's and Bachelor's in Computer Science and Engineering from the reputed institutes of India. I want to pursue a PhD and and serve as a Professor. I had been associated with many coaching institutes in the past and have had a wonderful experience. Nothing can be more satisfying than seeing your ... [more]

Hi there! I'm Matt. I'm a Data Science Master's student with a BA in Computer Science. I don't have much direct paid tutoring experience but I've put together my fair share of study guides and helped a number of students out in an informal manner. I like working with people to help them understand concepts that they struggle with and getting them to a point of self-sufficiency. While I have a lot of experience with undergraduate level math, not all of it came easily and I understand that w... [more]

I tutor occasionally in the Louisville area for fun and for a reasonable rate. Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Elementary Statistics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus, Business Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, Discrete Math, Applied Math, Number Theory, PSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE, COMPASS, Praxis.... [more]

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I recently graduated PhD in Statistics at Case Western Reserve University, OH. When I was a graduate student, I worked as a teaching assistant for 5 years. I am now working as a Teaching Postdoc Scholar at Department of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, University of Louisville from July, 2013.... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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I am a mechanical engineer with 6 years of experience in industry. My work has been centered around controls and instruments used in all area of testing, with a specific focus on testing jet engines. My tutoring experience began in high school, tutoring fellow students. I worked as a tutor in college at the University of Kentucky. I tutored several subjects from algebra, calculus, physics to engineering classes. I enjoy helping students understand difficult subjects and experiencing the ... [more]

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