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Will travel 10 miles

$90 per hour.

4.96 184 ratings

I graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in Brain and Cognitive Sciences in June 2013, and I currently work as an instructor at an independent teaching and educational research institute. In high school, I graduated as valedictorian. I took multiple AP math and science courses, in addition to serving as president of my school's Science Honor Society and participating as a member of my school's Math Honor Society. I scored a 31 (out of 36) on the ACT and a 2020 (out of 2400) on the... [more]

I tailor my teaching style to each of my student's intuitive train of thought. This practice involves a careful analysis of the student's strengths and weaknesses as well as an assessment of his/her instinctive method in determining the solution. I exercise a high degree of patience by initially allowing my students to work through each problem before I intervene. This enables a continuous feedback loop for me and an autonomous learning structure for them, which ultimately translates to succe... [more]

I am Level III certified by CRLA International Tutor Training Program with over a hundred graduate credits in advanced mathematics. Gifted students and/or interesting subjects will get a significant discount. I have been tutoring college level mathematics for the seven five years. My favorite tutoring subjects are: Mathematical Analysis, Complex Analysis and Topology. My tutoring methods are limited to the first order logic within Zermelo-Fraenkel system and with heavy use of the law of exc... [more]

I have wanted to be a teacher since the third grade. I?ve tutored others in math since I realized I could. I got my bachlors degree in secondary mathematics education. I got hired as a teacher right out of college and I?ve been a teacher the past three years. I really enjoy giving students the knowledge and confidence to succeed in math and in life. I have tutored algebra since I took it in high school and I teach 6th grade mathematics which includes prealgebra I look forward to meetin... [more]

The SAT is a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge. Almost all colleges and universities use the SAT to make admission decisions, so it is critically important to score your best on this exam. Most students take this test twice - during the spring of their junior year and again during the fall of their senior year. Having been accepted to several universities (I chose to attend Florida Atlantic University), I scored 660 on the math section alone. If I had to take the exam again today, after six years o [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.93 87 ratings

I am a public school math teacher with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from UCLA and a passion for mathematics and physics. In addition, I am a painter and write short fiction and poetry. Ultimately, learning is about using one's creative power and applying it to the different subjects; it involves recognizing one's strengths and using them to create knowledge structures that can support effective learning. That and creating a positive atmosphere are two of my main tutoring go... [more]

SAT Math SAT remains the most widely accepted standardized test for college admissions. Having existed for many decades, it is well understood, and excellent study materials are available. I use those materials, along with my personal savvy about test-taking, to help improve students' scores. The overwhelming majority of my SAT students is getting help with math, which is my particular strength for standardized test preparation. The love for physics and math came at an early age, as my father was a physicist, and has helped me to be able to explain the most complex of concepts with relative ea [more]

I am a current Florida Atlantic University adjunct faculty member and member of the Florida Bar who has taught test preparation for eighteen years. I teach the LSAT, GMAT, and the GRE, with in depth knowledge in advanced problem solving techniques for all portions of these exams. I have an extensive specialization in the LSAT and have seen and worked through every published LSAT since the late 1980s. Most people take graduate admission exams and move onto other things--Not me. I feel that... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

Hi my name is Katherine. I tutor a wide variety of subjects including math, science, and writing. I have hundreds of hours of tutoring experience primarily with middle and high school students. I enjoy helping students grasp material and to feel empowered in their education. I also believe that learning can be enjoyable and try to make the process as beneficial as possible. I am very patient and understand that each student has his or her own way of learning. I tailor tutoring to specific nee... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$65 per hour.

4.93 197 ratings

My SAT preparation success is derived from three parts. Preparation is the first part. This includes but is not limited to showing up on time. Organization is the next part, without the organizational skills needed to prepare for the test makes it very challenging for a student to score their best. Last is practice. I have a slew of remedies and quick follow up procedures that will help improve the veracity and the tenacity of the practice. Although there are times, when some of us would like to avoid math, math is a necessity. Math is an integral part of the world around us: in our paychecks [more]

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