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Hello! My name is Chris and I'm a graduate of Stony Brook University with a dual-degree in Earth and Space Sciences and Atmospheric Sciences. I've tutored students of all ages, both younger and older than me in math (trigonometry, calculus, algebra, etc) the physical sciences (physics, astronomy, chemistry, geology), and test prep for math and science (ACT, SAT, GRE, GED). I'm all too familiar with the questions teachers love asking most, and I have a strong reputation for helping students ge... [more]

Hi, my name is Jade! I recently graduated from the University of Nebraska with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with minors in Mathematics and Political Science. I loved being in a program that mixed "hard" sciences with "soft" sciences and learned a lot about the value that both math and the arts can bring to society and to our lives. I hope to instill that same appreciation for a diverse educational background to my students. Meeting people's individual needs is the best advantage of tutorin... [more]

I have worked as an adjunct professor of statistics and algebra at Bellevue University and Iowa Western Community College since 2001. I work as a meteorologist/computer programmer for the Air Force, writing software to calculate statistics for large data sets. I also prepare graphical reports, so I use technology like Microsoft Excel daily and have found it is a great tool for reinforcing statistical concepts in the classroom. In my spare time I have designed web pages and taught myself Ge... [more]

The problem with math is usually not the student but the teacher. Math has this mystiques about it, that us very difficult subject. All though this partially true, it also has to be in a different manner. Since, math is a very creative subjective, I have found the greatest assets a math tutor must possess is flexibility and patience. Normally, math teachers are taught only one way to teach a subject and we blame it on the student, if can not learn the material. I believe my greatest str... [more]

I graduated from the University of Utah with a BS in Applied Mathematics. I currently work in the Actuarial field and I am currently studying for exams so my math skills are still sharp, probably even sharper after this grueling process. I was a struggling math student until I stopped focusing so much on the numbers and focused instead on the concepts. I also have tutoring experience ranging from voluntary tutoring at the Utah State Prison ( no, I was not in prison, I just volunteered the... [more]

I taught high school for four years and college for one year. Subjects covered were Statistics, AP Calculus, Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Economics, and SAT prep. Because my background is so broad, I substituted for Chemistry and Physics as well. On a part time basis, I helped college students in Statistics, College Algebra, Science Projects, and GMAT/GRE prep. A very important aspect of teaching that is often overlooked is the ability to kindle a student's interest in a subject. Using t... [more]

Is your child struggling to understand math? Do you need individual assistance to help prepare you for your upcoming ACT or SAT tests? If so, then I can help. I have several years of experience in assisting students understand math concepts and developing study habits and test taking strategies to maximize their test scores. I have an undergraduate degree in math and criminal justice and have completed graduate course work as well. However, more important than my education, is my appro... [more]

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