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I am an experienced math textbook editor and teacher. I have a BS Cornell University in Engineering and an MBA. I know Trig well and I can make it understandable to anyone. I'm a native Ohioan who went to Cornell University to pursue a degree in Chemical Engineering. I worked in engineering and business before getting into teaching. I've always loved Math, Chemistry and learning about HOW and WHY it is relevant and useful. Engineering allowed me to use math to solve real problems and understand how the laws of nature work. I'm an outdoors person and I love exploring nature. It's a beau [more]

Thanks for checking out my profile. My name is Alex, and I have over a decade's worth of experience either tutoring or teaching in the classroom. I have a bachelor's degree in math and a master's degree in teaching from Kent State University. While I was in college I worked for the university as a math tutor. I covered classes ranging from Intro to College Algebra through Calculus II and Statistics. I'm currently in my seventh year of teaching. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra... [more]

I am a retired physician/ cardiologist. I have always been extremely good at mathematics and have the ability to convey mathematical concepts in a variety of different ways. Although I do not have any formal teaching credentials I have spent my entire career mentoring medical students and young physicians. For the past two years I have also worked as a homework helper for the Columbus Library, Worthington area. In this capacity I have mentored children of all grade levels with a variety of ... [more]

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$50 per hour.

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As a non-mathematically inclined individual, my mathematical accomplishments can be likened to successfully running a marathon in an ill-fitting pair of ice skates on scorching asphalt. Because of my personal history with math, I can relate to the feelings of imbalance, confusion, awkwardness, insecurity, and frustration that other mathematically challenged individuals experience. I can envision the stumbling blocks they will likely encounter and can illuminate the path before anyone lands fa... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$100 per hour.

4.94 699 ratings

My personal business philosophy is to help students not just to find the right answers but help to develop problem solving skills and the ability to use their resources effectively. This approach to tutoring does more than just prepare a student to take and pass a test, it prepares them to be successful wherever life takes them. One of the benefits of this philosophy is that students learn to work independently rather than becoming reliant on a tutor. This is particularly powerful when a p... [more]

I have taught Pre-Calculus, which includes a semester of Trigonometry, for the past 3 years. I have been a math teacher for the last 8 years. I have taught at the college level as adjunct faculty for the last 5 years and dual enrollment courses for the last 3 years. I have over 12 years of tutoring experience including training with the Princeton Review and 2 years at Sylvan Tutoring Center. I have extensive experience in teaching test-taking strategies and 3 year of AP Statistics experience. I have a degree in Mathematics and a minor in Psychology from the University of Michigan. M... [more]

I am an experienced tutor and have worked with high school, college and adult students, including with Trigonometry. I have been a certified teacher for high school mathematics for 15 years. I really enjoy the opportunity to work with students one-on-one and develop a strong working relationship. The students feel more confident and knowledgeable after only one lesson. I have worked in Massachusetts, Texas and Ohio. I have my masters in education. I scored a 780 on the math portion of the SATs. I have taught all of the classes ranging from algebra to calculus. I currently teach algebra, g [more]

First, a bit about me... I live in the northwestern part of Columbus, Ohio, not far from Dublin, Worthington, and Powell. I am 57 years old. I hold a graduate degree from a Big Ten university (no, not Ohio State, though both of my kids graduated from OSU) and work for the Ohio Department of Education. My field is testing and assessment, and my understanding of tests and test items has proved helpful in preparing students for standardized tests. I specialize in high school and college-lev... [more]

Trigonometry is a challenging course yet mostly depends on memorizing certain key identities at which point it becomes a trivial algebra pursuit. The bachelors in Mathematics-Secondary Education at UCSD prepares potential teachers for every area of math that is offered in Jr. through High School. Tutoring for this course is one of my personal favorites. I attended UCSD in California for my BA in Mathematics - Secondary Education and M.Ed in Curriculum Design. I have loved working with and inspiring students to ascend the heights of mathematics since I was in high school. They are our future an [more]

If you are having difficulty understanding your Mathematics classes (Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra or Pre-Calculus) then you are not alone. Many students struggle to understand these courses every day. I can help you. My name is Tom E. I am a former Naval Officer with a BS in Applied Mathematics from The Ohio State University. I offer tutoring tailored to your individual ability and pace. Most students, with a little help, are able to grasp all of the li... [more]

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