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I have a PhD and a Bachelors degree in chemistry. I am currently employed as a nanoscience engineer in Silicon Valley. I was previously a science researcher for an Ivy League university. I also have a background in scientific education. I have served as an instructor and/or teaching assistant for college- and graduate-level general, physical, and analytical chemistry courses. I have also served as a tutor for high school and college physics, chemistry, and mathematics intermittently for ab... [more]

I have been tutoring all levels of math for over 7 years now. I really enjoy math as a subject, and try to impart the fundamental concepts of math rather than trying to just teach the algorithms. Math really should be about understanding the logic behind it and less about route processes (we have computers for that). A bit about me. I currently do tutoring and statistical consulting full time. I worked at a Fortune 500 tech company for almost 2 years (doing math and statistics) but really e... [more]

Update, September 10: I tutor on Saturdays only. I can accept one more student in the early afternoon, between 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM. I prefer sessions 90 minutes to 2 hours in length. Thanks. ---------- I'm a graduate of Berkeley (B.A., biochemistry) and Stanford (Ph.D., immunology). So, which side should I sit on at the Big Game? I currently work as a Core Faculty member and Research Scientist at a local university. I have been a college-level teaching assistant. I have tutored many st... [more]

I started working with Wyzant just recently. However, I have more than 20 years experience teaching Physics and Math to high school students and undergraduate university students. The best I can highlight about my teaching style is my successful record in creating interest in my students to learn and understand Math and Physics. Ask my help and use my experience if you may want to discover the joy of learning Math and Physics. I am a PhD in EE with several publication on IEEE and a book publ... [more]

Hi, My name is Dean. I have been tutoring for the past eleven years in Physics, Math, and Chemistry. I started tutoring when I was an undergrad in Electrical Engineering at UC Berkeley. At first, I started helping my friends with their classes in math, physics, and chemistry. As I continued working with them, they kept telling me things such as "You should really consider being a teacher," "You are really good at explaining things," "Your explanation is so clear," or "I would have aced my ... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$75 per hour.

4.83 23 ratings

I have tutored for more than a decade across a broad spectrum of ages and subjects. I love biology, chemistry, physics and math, and, as part of helping my students to excel in their academic goals, I've also come to enjoy teaching the strategies and expectations involved in test-taking. As a tutor, my biggest strengths are patience in finding multiple ways to explain topics and enthusiasm for the wonder of science and math. I find it exhilarating to watch students' eyes light up as they fina... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.82 34 ratings

I am a graduate student in Statistics at San Jose State University, and am currently an adjunct math instructor at Cabrillo College. I have extensive experience tutoring math ranging from from high school pre-algebra, all the way through junior college level differential equations; as well as experience tutoring economics, computer science, and physics. I specialize in statistics and calculus.... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$98 per hour.

4.91 246 ratings

I am a bay area graduate (UC Berkeley) who has loved the learning process all my life. I have used my math and science skills throughout my engineering career, and enjoy engaging others in the learning process. Seeing a student smile as they begin to understand a difficult topic is very rewarding. I specialize in tutoring chemistry, math, and physics to help students achieve success in school, and on the various standardized tests. My goal is not only to help the student learn, but create ... [more]

I am a 29-year-old Experience Lead at a large EdTech company. I have a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in computer science. I have tutored and taught for 10 years in varied sciences and math subjects. I started when I was 15 years old tutoring college physics and general chemistry to sophomore students at Texas A&M. The subjects I have a wide of range of knowledge from programming, mathematics and science and love to help people learn. For people with low income. Also, I love help adults bu... [more]

I taught three semesters of Introductory Statistics at a community college in SF. That course had a chapter on probability. The undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics that I took also had material on probability. I have extensive experience as a tutor and teacher. I prefer tutoring because I find that it works better for focusing on the needs of the student. Nevertheless, I recently worked as a secondary school teacher for a local high school district. The knowledge I acquired in my fields required years of intense studies. I learn and tutor concepts and fundamentals, not quick memo [more]

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