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In addition to tutoring privately for over a decade, I worked in a community college math tutoring center for four years. At the same college, I tutored math for Disability Support Services and also for the Division of Blind Services. In addition to Probability, Statistics, and Logic, I tutor all math subjects including High School, College Remedial, College Algebra, Liberal Arts Math, Probability, Precalculus, Geometry, and Trigonometry. Whatever difficulties you're having, I'm sure I can get you back on track. [more]

My past students have had no confidence in math, have been failing their classes, and have feared their dream colleges and dream jobs were out of reach. In the past three years, I've tutored over 50 students who didn't have the confidence they needed, and I have helped them improve on average almost two letter grades. But don't take it from me. Here are some recent students who didn't think they could do it but realized their full potential, received top scores, and finally felt secure in th... [more]

I am a highly adaptive teacher, and I take pleasure in learning students? weakness to help improve their overall learning skills. While learning is important, I advise students that success is not only achieved in the classroom but in life as well. My tutoring specialties, at this point, mostly include such math areas as Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Calculus, SAT Math and ACT Math preparation. I work with students ranging from 5th grade to college level mathematics. My cal... [more]

I like math, and I enjoy helping others understand mathematical concepts and methodologies. I really enjoy that moment when "the light bulb goes on" and a student "gets it". Explaining the underlying concepts and relating them to something the student can understand really helps. I believe the goal of mathematics is understanding not merely finding a solution to a particular problem or following some recipe of memorized equations and steps. I have tutored math through Faulkner State and Pen... [more]

I am a professional Software Engineer who has industry experience in real-time and embedded systems. I have developed everything from real-time aerodynamic hardware-in-the-loop simulations and a large multi-site web-based radar system to a small soccer game on a mini-tablet computer (embedded processor). I have always had a strong desire to learn, and an ability to explain difficult concepts simply. I have applied in actual projects the programming and mathematics that I teach, and have a ... [more]

As a 3rd year Ph.D. student at Tulane, I have the experience of taking on statistics classes covering basic to advanced topics. Moreover, my work relies on statistics regularly, and I've become familiar with the techniques involved in its applications. I grew up in the Midwest and studied civil and architectural engineering in college, where I helped my classmates with their math problems. I realized it was something I enjoyed doing and started tutoring anyone who needed the help. I liked making people feel comfortable with math and boosting their confidence in their own abilities. Watching s [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 251 ratings

I have 40+ years of teaching experience with all ages and subjects. I am a mathematics educator by training, and also teach study skills, reading, writing, computer applications and standardized test prep, including test-taking strategies. I am a 4MAT certified instructor which means I teach to the whole student via the learning modality and learning preference style of each individual. I will work with all ages and levels; I prefer grades 4 and up. I specialize in working with nontraditiona... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$95 per hour.

4.64 56 ratings

I have taught probability and statistics at UNO and have passed an actuarial exam covering probability topics. I am enrolled as a PhD student in biostatistics. I currently hold a Master of Science in mathematics (statistics). My areas of expertise are probability and statistics (particularly biostatistics) , high school math (algebra, geometry, and pre-calculus), college math (pre-calculus and calculus), microeconomics, game theory, and econometrics. The method I have found works best is to have the student try to identify why the class is not going well. Often students get behind and get fr [more]

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