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Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

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Probability is really cool, as it manages to take something as strict and predictable as math and apply it to things that follow no defined rule (or else rules far too complex to be dealt with directly). Probability tells us what will generally happen if we repeat the same experiment over and over, such as drawing cards from a deck, or rolling dice, without specifying the outcome of any particular instance. As a stand-alone class, probability was never part of my curriculum. However, the principles thereof have been part of courses I have taken, from prealgebra to thermal physics to quant [more]

I have a Ph. D in probability statistics. It is one of my favorite topics. I have 24 years of experience teaching high school and college level mathematics as well as individualized tutoring. I love helping students figure out mathematics. I really struggled at first and I understand that each student thinks about mathematics differently. My goal is to figure out how each student learns and devise a plan to help that student reach their goals. Two years ago, I helped a junior in high school girl go from crying every time she took a math test to passing a college... [more]

I have ten years of experience teaching exam prep (SAT, ACT, and SAT II), including time at two of the largest exam prep companies in the country. I would love to use that experience to help your student achieve their maximum potential. I hold an MEd in secondary education as well as a BA in Linguistics and Middle Eastern Studies from Rutgers University, and a MA in Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies from Columbia University, but I have done extensive coursework in many differ... [more]

I have experience teaching and tutoring physics and calculus, as well as all other levels of mathematics from pre-algebra through linear algebra and differential equations and teaching English to foreign students. I enjoy helping individuals learn and grow in their educational process. My university students have shown very high success, higher than those of any other faculty member in the field at the Univ. of Illinois at Chicago. I have taught Calculus as a part of teaching physics at... [more]

The bachelor's degree that I have earned is in mathematics. But before I came to United States, I was teaching Integral Calculus, Discrete Structures, Differential Equations, and Automata Theory at Angeles University Foundation College of Computer Studies. I taught there for 5 years (1995-2000), while I was taking my post-graduate (MS Math) studies. Right now, I'm working as a math teacher in a high school in Henderson. This means that I have a wide range of knowledge in math, and I can ... [more]

Hi! My name is James. I started tutoring when I was in High School and have been tutoring ever since. I love helping students achieve their goals. With 15 years of experience, I understand that everyone learns differently and I try to find the best way with each individual student to make that breakthrough. I have worked for several tutoring companies over the years, in both private and classroom settings, and have had much success in not only helping many students score higher, but also have... [more]

I am a master's student at the University of Nevada in Physics and Astronomy. I graduated from Northwestern University with degrees in Integrated Science, Physics and Astronomy, and Earth and Planetary Sciences. Over the last 4 years, I have been ingrained in academia, participating in many research projects in astrophysics. My research, spanning from the sun to exoplanets, has developed my interest in tackling big questions with creative solutions. I love sharing my experience and knowledge ... [more]

My name is Rusty and I am interested in getting back in the tutoring business. I began tutoring high school students while I was still in high school and continued to do so while in college. At the same time, while majoring in Math/Computer Science, I also began tutoring college-age students at another local university. This continued after I graduated while I was obtaining my Master's Degree in Education. I then did my student teaching in both Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, received my teaching l... [more]

MATH, SPSS, Solidworks and Computing are some of the areas that I consider my forte, though I teach other subjects as well. I have had my education with three university degrees, each having extensive use of Mathematics. I have privately tutored students up to college level in the past and resumed this activity, as it gives me sheer joy and fulfillment of being able to share whatever knowledge and insight I may have gained. In a way, sometimes I find I am reliving some of the chapters of my o... [more]

I discovered my love for math in the fourth grade. I always felt like math problems were like puzzles: the key to solving any problem is trusting what you know and knowing how to use it. Nobody knows exactly how each puzzle piece will fit with one another, but by sorting through the easier parts first, whether you find it easier to match shapes or colors, the picture starts to reveal itself, and the harder part gets easier. My favorite part of tutoring is watching students begin to trust th... [more]

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