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Welcome! I currently work as a CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) Engineer at General Motors. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with Honors in Mechanical Engineering from the Schreyer Honors College at The Pennsylvania State University. I have a diverse cultural background, having grown up in both the U.S. and in India, for nearly equal portions of my life. When I was younger I never enjoyed studying, not many of us do at that age, and because of that lack of interest, I wasn't an especially good ... [more]

I am a 2013 graduate from the University of Michigan with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. I am currently a packaging engineer at Chrysler for prototype vehicles, working until 4pm on weekdays. Prior to Chrysler, I spent two years working for Yazaki, an automotive supplier. My job at Chrysler and Yazaki requires math on a daily basis. My thorough understanding of math (trigonometry, calculus, physics, etc.) paired with my ability to communicate concepts and alternate methods of approach make... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

Hi, I recently graduated with my Master's at George Mason. I have many years of experience tutoring many subjects, with an emphasis of math. I then became a private math tutor 5 years ago, helping students learn and re-emphasize various math concepts. I can tutor any math level, from elementary through high school. I also can tutor in statistics, up to the college/graduate level. It is up to you how long you would like each tutoring session to run and how many sessions per week. The session... [more]

Hello guys! My name is Amit. I am a Research Assistant at Wayne State University (WSU), Michigan. I teach General Physics Laboratory and Astronomy Laboratory to undergraduate students at Wayne State University. I joined WSU in August 2015. Before that, I was in Halifax, Canada. I completed my M.Sc. in Summer 2015 from Saint Mary's University Halifax, NS, Canada. Mathematics and Physics are considered to be hard, and nerve-wracking! If you feel the same, trust me Physics and Mathematics both ... [more]

I am pursuing a master's in Industrial Manufacturing and Systems Engineering at University of Michigan. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience in math and science areas. I worked as a tutor for Under graduate students at Science Learning Center in the university. I secured 168/170 in GRE test and National math Olympiad Champion of year 2010. And I was a topper in Engineering Mathematics. I did both bachelor's and master's majoring in mechanical areas. And I have experience with h... [more]

Dear Student, I know that majority of our students hate math and physics. In my tutoring or teaching experience, I try to start any lesson by asking you questions to see where you need help most. I provide you with many examples you can try by yourself then you and me try to review or fix your steps so we can go forward to different example or different idea or subject. Through my tutoring I deal with my students as friends, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters. I am looking for your ... [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$30 per hour.

4.8 20 ratings

I have taught science at a local urban school for 13 years. I also tutor math up to trigonometry. I have successfully tutored students through high school and into college. I am currently applying to Michigan State University for my MA in Educational Technology, so I am becoming pretty adept at computers and the internet. ... [more]

I already taught trigonometry in college. I am a current math and physics teacher and a part-time college professor. I consider myself an expert in what I teach and tutor and care that my students achieve success. As I tutor I also counsel my students on their education choices. My experience in tutoring started since I was in high school where I was peer tutoring my closest friends. We were studying in groups but I was the group leader in explaining the concepts when they did not get them. I was a great help to them to achieve succe... [more]

The concept of angle, radians and arc length exercises. The relation between sines and chords. The word "sine," sines and right triangles. The standard notation for a right triangle. Right triangles and cosines. The Pythagorean identity for sines and cosines. Sines and cosines for special common angles. Tangent in terms of sine and cosine. Tangents and right triangles, slopes of lines. Angles of elevation and depression. Solving right triangles. Inverse trig functions: arcsine, arccosine, and arctangent. The other three trigonometric functions: cotangent, secant, and cosecant. Properties of s [more]

I have experience tutoring traditional college students and continuing-education adults in various math and science courses including college algebra and physics. I regularly met with students and assessed their needs along with their progress to develop learning plans catered to their needs. Following my tenure at that tutoring position, I tutored NCAA Division I student-athletes in calculus, college algebra, physics, introductory math, and various engineering courses. All-in-all, I have thr... [more]

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