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I am a certified Math and engineering tutor from Colorado State University. I have my bachelors degree in Mathematics, and I have a masters degree in Engineering. I have an excellent experience in tutoring and teaching math. The way I do it, I lead you to solve the math problem by yourself rather that giving you the answer directly, math is more fun this way. And by time you will find math easier and more fun than any other subject. I can tutor any math subject: pre-algebra, algebra, geome... [more]

I am a bay area graduate (UC Berkeley) who has loved the learning process all my life. I have used my math and science skills throughout my engineering career, and enjoy engaging others in the learning process. Seeing a student smile as they begin to understand a difficult topic is very rewarding. I specialize in tutoring chemistry, math, and physics to help students achieve success in school, and on the various standardized tests. My goal is not only to help the student learn, but create ... [more]

I've taught Intro to Statistics twice, and I use statistics frequently in my work. In my previous work, I used statistics to test hypotheses for differences between chemical measurements. I've also used it for regression and classification problems. I have over five years experience teaching and tutoring students in math and programming. I gained most of my experience teaching prison inmates math courses from pre-Algebra to Precalculus and Statistics in San Quentin State Prison. Don't worry, that doesn't mean I'm a mean disciplinarian! (The guys in prison are actually easy to teach.) I really [more]

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My name is Anh. I'm currently a high school Math teacher at a public high school. I graduated from Sacramento State University with honor from their most difficult Bachelor of Art Math program. I also finish my teaching credential program at Sac State. Being a bilingual person, who benefits from the best of both countries (America and Vietnam) education, I know what is good and bad in both systems, from which, I learn how to teach and transfer my knowledge in the most effective way. Teaching ... [more]

I took AP Stats in high school. I also took elementary, business and applied Econ statistics. I applied a lot of it in my professional life and in research. Learning has always been a passion in my life. Academic learning, life experience, motivational books. Just name it. I have helped and tutored grade levels from elementary to college, where I majored in Chemical Engineering. I took time to understand concepts and extended these understandings to different subjects. I took AP science, math, history and social science courses in high school and continued my intellectual pursuits in college. [more]

Hi! I'm enthusiastic about helping young people become outstanding students by assisting with writing skills and tutoring in math and physics. I'm most interested in improving reasoning and communication skills essential for academic success. I prefer to work with families and students who value education; I'm not so interested in assisting someone whose only concern is passing tomorrow's test. A student who insists on simply being told the steps to solve a particular homework problem, who is... [more]

Hello, My name is Brian and I graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. I have taken pretty much every core math class from Algebra to Vector Calculus. I have always excelled in math and during high school I found that I am also pretty good a teaching it to others. I have been a tutor on this site for almost 2 years now. I have helped students at all levels, but a majority of my students have been in high school or college. I tutored a bit... [more]

Hi Students, I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from UC Davis and I earned my MBA in Finance at CSU Hayward (East Bay). While I was at UC Davis, I placed 2nd in the Undergraduate Mathematics Exam and represented UC Davis in both the Putnam International Mathematics Competition and in the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Western Regional programming competition. While I love working as a consultant (more on that in a subsequent paragraph), I also really enjoy math and ha... [more]

No sub-discipline of mathematics seems to strike more fear into students than Statistics - NORMALCY, HYPOTHESIS TESTING, AND DISPERSION! oh my. Fear not! Fundamental Statistics, Introduction to Statistics, Elementary Statistics are all names for a first course in Probability and Statistics. This course is often taken as a lower division or, perhaps, a widely offered upper division college course. It may even be offered as an Advanced Placement course in high school. Whatever the course name, a comprehensive intro to Stat class will cover the same basic principles - in basically the same orde [more]

In high school, I taught competition math (MATHCOUNTS/AMC/AIME) to gifted middle school kids every summer. I also volunteered at my middle school's after school MATHCOUNTS program to teach, grade, and write problems every Monday night. I have experience tutoring both middle schoolers and high schoolers. I really enjoy tutoring because it is so much more personalized than classroom learning, so it's so much more effective and gratifying to figure out how each student learns best and how to... [more]

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