6 Python Tutors Found Near North Charleston, SC



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Nolan S.

Python Tutor

Charlotte, NC 28206

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Computer Literacy/Programming Tutor & Guitar Theory/Music Lessons

Mission: Introduction classes to computer programming are difficult due to the nature of the subject itself, along with the limited availability of instructors or teaching assistants, and learning from stale slides in an overbooked lecture hall. I offer private 1 on 1 lessons where the student is encouraged to ask as many questions, and feel relaxed about learning. I find that students enjoy the 1 on 1 experience because they enjoy the immediate feedback of entering in code and having a tutor... [more]


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Matthew B.

Python Tutor

Charleston, SC 29401

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Stanford Grad - Python Mentor/Tutor for All Experience Levels

I received the Stanford Alumni Association's Award of Excellence for my work while on campus. In 2017, I was a Google FooBar Coding Competition Finalist in Python, competing internationally. I am a self-taught AI developer, using TensorFlow on a Python backend. Currently, I am the Logistical Director/CTO of a Manhattan-based independent production company which I co-founded in 2018. Prerequisites: Enthusiasm and a love of project-based learning. Eclecticism + Experimentation = Expertise. The best teaching moments occur between fields, in the exploration of connections, and the synthesis of ne [more]


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Kamryn K.

Python Tutor

Central, SC 29630

Will travel 20 miles

$25 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Math and Science Tutor with Degrees in Biochemistry and Chemistry

I have complete ENGR 1070, 1080, and 1090 at Clemson University. These three course have made me proficient in MATLAB in syntax, semantics and application. I am also self-taught in Python. I currently am participating in undergraduate research using Clemson's supercomputer, The Palmetto Cluster, to run molecular dynamic simulations of conformation changes of pore forming toxins. The analysis of these simulations requires proficiency in Python. I have a Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry and Chemistry from The College of Charleston. I am currently a junior at Clemson University working on my Bach [more]


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Noah E.

Python Tutor

Elberton, GA 30635

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Cello, Spanish, and Computer Programming Tutor

I have a little over a year and a half of Python implementation experience ranging from class-building to GUI to project management. I am currently a computer science major at Oglethorpe University and spent a semester re-learning it from the ground up to master the intricacies and make my programs more logical and efficient. I used Python to aid in a civic hacking project to scrape police department directories and crime rates and compare them to the FBI's database of similar information to create a proposal for a more uniform crime reporting standard. [more]


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Nathan P.

Python Tutor

Greenville, SC 29607

Will travel 25 miles

$26 per hour.

4.95 21 ratings

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Honda Software Engineer & Computer Programming Tutor

I have about three years of academic programming experience. I work as a computer science peer tutor for my college where I tutor students in data structures and algorithms in Python. I talk about data structures and implement them in Python. If you like my teaching style, the contact me to discussing my tutoring options. Hello and thanks for visiting my profile, My name is Nathan, and I am currently an undergraduate student at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC majoring in Computer Science (3.65/4.0 GPA). Regarding my work experience, I interned at UnitedHealth Group during the Summer of 2017 [more]


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Michael F.

Python Tutor

Central, SC 29630

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

2.33 3 ratings

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Mathematics/ Economics/ Science/ AnyTestPrep

As a graduation gift, I received a book on creating your mission statement for work and for life. The book influenced me to generate my life mission statement, so that deviating off my path becomes improbable. This is my mission statement: I understand I am a finite being with finite time but I hold infinite possibilities to be a beacon of light to my community. This stimulates my desire to dominate all challengers through intense preparation, to survive in uncharted situations, and to educat... [more]