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Hello I'm Terrence! I received a 4.0 GPA and a Math Education degree from the U. of Kentucky in 2009. I scored a perfect 800 on the Math portion of the GRE, worked as a Teacher's Assistant (TA) for Calculus I, and received the Kentucky Mathematician of the year award in 2008. (I am the sharpest spoon!) I also passed the first Actuary Exam (Probability). From 2007 to '11, I owned and operated my own tutoring business full-time. I regularly tutored a wide variety of students, ranging from el... [more]

Hello! I'm a geeky guy looking to help students with math, physics, and programming. I have a B.S. in Mathematics from FGCU and a B.S. in Computer Science from USF. I love helping people with math, and tutoring is a very rewarding process for me. I like to approach tutoring in a casual way, while keeping on track with what needs to be done. I try to help students gain an interest in what they are doing, and show them how math/physics can solve some really cool problems. I think the best ... [more]

SAT math is based on Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry. There are also strategies that can be learned to improve SAT scores. I am a high school math and science teacher, with experience teaching Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and post-Algebra 2 math classes. I have also taught Integrated Science, Biology honors, physics honors, and AICE Physics . I have a degree in Mechanical Enginering, and I have spent the last 20 years working in the automotive industry. I found that I really enjoyed teaching, and I received my Florida teaching certificate for Math and Physics in 2009. Because of my lif [more]

I have a B.S in Mathematics from FGCU plus about 18 graduate credits. I also have a knack for taking cryptic symbols and frustrating problems and turning them into meaningful relationships and intuitive solutions. Granted, I was trained technically, and so I tend to talk technically, but I always try to keep in mind that if I explain something like the "Leading Coefficient Test" and I start talking about degrees of polynomials and end behavior and terms and coefficients, that the person on th... [more]

As an undergraduate at Smith College, I majored in Psychology, minored in Philosophy, and took many courses is English Literature. These are all subjects at which I excel, and served as a starting point for my expertise in areas of literary analysis, critical thinking and writing. Later, I earned a Masters of Arts in Education, specializing in School Counseling, and was certified as a school counselor for Kindergarten through 12th grade for many years. I spent 21 years as a school counselor... [more]

"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." - Thomas Edison Learning should be as effective as it is fun! My name is Erica, and I tutor students in a variety of subjects including math and science. I triple majored in biochemistry, neuroscience, and psychology, and graduated with honors at the University of Toronto, a top ranking international educational institution. I am a member of the National Tutor Association, and have 15 years of e... [more]

Subjects I tutor in include: Biology, General Science, Algebra 1 and 2, Pre-Algebra, Middle School Integrated Curriculum, Mathematics, Physics, Special Education, Autism, Learning Disabilities. I am a single mother of 4 and have been a teacher for 15 years (high school, middle school, elementary school). I am currently teaching Middle School Mathematics. I have full knowledgeable in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Office). My past employment includes Middle School and High School ... [more]

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