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Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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Ever since I was a young girl, I have wanted to be a teacher. Combined with my passion for math, I became a High School Mathematics teacher straight out of college. I then obtained my National Board Certification. I taught high school math for six years. I am currently a stay at home mom teaching preschool to my children. I have been tutoring students from elementary school through college for the past 15 years. While teaching, I was in charge of developing and implementing lesson plans t... [more]

Introduction. My name is Nick. I have a B.S. in Math and Physics from Case Western Reserve University and an M.S. in Applied Math from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. I've been tutoring math on and off for 15 years, and I have about 6 years of experience teaching math as an instructor or teaching assistant at the college level. I've taught everything from remedial courses to advanced undergraduate topics. Expectations. I expect my students to excel. I believe that a large burden of the... [more]

Hello! My name is Lindsey. I have always had a passion for math- I majored in math in college and got my teaching certificate in Pennsylvania in math as well (grades 7-12). I have had a variety of experiences with tutoring. I was a university math tutor at Edinboro University and also privately tutored students during that time, helping with various types of math, people, learning styles and goals. Some people needed a crash course in the entire class, help with one tiny portion or on an enti... [more]

I am a recent Carnegie Mellon graduate with a degree in Economics and Statistics. As a student, I worked as a teaching assistant in the Statistics department, helping younger to succeed in lower level classes. I have a strong background in statistics, calculus, and matrix algebra, as well as extensive experience in proofreading and writing skills. I benefited greatly from SAT tutoring in high school, and have retained many of the useful tricks I was taught at that time. I am able to offer tu... [more]

Even though I have never myself encountered a need to take a course purely dedicated to statistics, I have successfully tutored students struggling with concepts in statistics. Perhaps this is because I am very good at math, and tutor a lot of it, and therefore easily understand all of the math involved. It is partly because I have in the past signed out and studied statistics textbooks from the library in order to make sure I was prepared enough to help the stats students who had nowhere else to turn. Finally, part of earning my bachelor's degree in engineering physics required passing a c [more]

I've been tutoring in math off-and-on for about 14 years. I started in high school, tutoring my peers in a variety of HS math subjects -- geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. In college, I continued to tutor in math, but did so for the typical college math courses -- algebra, discrete math, and calculus. I built a reputation as an easygoing but effective tutor, and never had trouble finding pupils. After college, I took a break from tutoring in math, and tutored in English (as a ... [more]

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