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Will travel 10 miles

$96 per hour.

4.92 822 ratings

Hi! My name is Kevin, and I've been tutoring students of all ages and abilities for over nine years. My primary focus is STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), but I also help students succeed in computer programming and in test prep (ACT/SAT/GRE). I believe that, with the right support and attitude, anyone can learn to do anything! My students validate this belief every day. I began tutoring when I was getting my degree in mechanical engineering at Rose-Hulman (Terre Haute, IN),... [more]

I have taught Economics, Finance, Math, and Stat courses in UIUC and ISU. I am a PhD candidate with two Masters degrees in Economics and Finance. My work experience includes consulting, asset pricing, and stock market analysis. I have gotten perfect scores on GRE and GMAT, and I can teach those as well as SAT.... [more]

As a former volunteer tutor at Springfield High School (as well as area junior high schools), I am conversant with the coursework structure and standardized assessment of Illinois (high) school students; and have firmly established that which I master the art of conveyance in, and (most importantly) that which I don't. Thusly, the student's time is assured to not be wasted due to unfamiliarity with actual, regional scholastic norms. As a research projects mentor for many high school, u... [more]

I've been tutoring math and science plus ACT and SAT prep for 15 years. I have tutored from 5th grade up to College level math and science. In addition, I currently teach High School Math and Science. I love working one-on-one with students of all ages. I consider one of my greatest strengths to be the ability to explain difficult concepts in simple ways so that students can understand them. If one approach does not work, I will try others until I find something that works. I have a BS i... [more]

I have a BA in Mathematics, Masters in Applied Statistics, and a ton of experience teaching both in a college classroom setting and in individual tutoring sessions. I was employed by independent contract in Austin for 4+ years tutoring one-on-one. I just moved to the Denver area. I can do almost any statistics course (social, psych, business, some econ) and am also good to go on basic math, algebra, pre-calc, and in a desperate situation calculus. I work for Nordstrom credit full time so no d... [more]

I have benefited to a great extent from being an instructor for the first year Ph.D. course in Summer Math Camp at the Department of Economics at Washington University in St. Louis. I have also been the Teaching Assistant for the Introduction to Macroeconomics, the Introduction to Microeconomics, Labor and the Economy and the Poverty of Nations courses in the last four years. First, I studied Math in undergraduate program and hence I am familiar with the Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus and... [more]

My personal philosophy is that anyone is capable of learning anything given the correct format. I have seen this philosophy come to fruition every semester I teach at Illinois Central College. After being allowed to tutor at my community college in 2008, I realized that effective tutoring starts with listening to the student and allowing him or her to set the pace. My job as a tutor is to motivate the student to persist while helping them stay on the right track. This independent approach... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.86 28 ratings

Hi! If you are looking for an experienced, friendly, and results driven tutor, I'm your guy. I am a professionally-trained tutor with almost two decades of experience helping students with test prep, study skills, math, science, language arts, and a variety of other academic subjects. I have worked with individuals with special needs, students on the accelerated/honors track, and just about everyone else you can think of. Together, you and I will work hard to achieve the success you desire... [more]

I have degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Psychology, and graduate degrees in Engineering, Reactor Engineering, and Business Administration / Technology Management. I have been teaching in various forms for over a decade. I've been a graduate teaching assistant. I worked as part-time faculty in the math department at a college. I've taught and tutored the SAT, ACT, MCAT, LSAT, GRE, GMAT, GED, and a few other standardized tests. I worked as an instructor for the Nuclear Navy. I'm current... [more]

Probability is one of the more exciting math subjects once a few key concepts like combinations and permutations are mastered. I took these courses in college, and have helped several students do so as well. My work as an actuary used probability. After a 20 year career as an actuary I have been tutoring students from 6th grade through college for 8 years, more than 300 students 3,000 hours. I am also a certified substitute teacher a part-time professor at Illinois State University. In past years I was an assistant high school basketball coach and work quite often with athletes. Students have [more]

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