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Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 111 ratings

I have CRLA Level 1 certification and over a year of experience. I am a current student of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of Florida. My education is most important to me and my favorite and most successful subject has always been math. I enjoy tutoring in more advanced topics (pre-calculus, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations, etc.) but I have experience tutoring all subjects from high school algebra through calculus. I have experience as a tutor for Palm Beach State College (in their learning center) for over two years ... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.99 373 ratings

Hi, my name is Richard! In the fall of 2013, I obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at the University of Florida and a mathematics education minor through the UFTeach program. I am an extremely hard worker, and my student's learning has always been my number one priority. In order to ensure that my students understand the material, I believe it is important to encourage and support them in a very caring and respectful manner. I believe that patience is a virtue and that learning is a... [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Hello! I'm Shelton. I have two bachelor's degrees (Chemical Engineering and Agricultural and Biological Engineering) both from the University of Florida (UF). After working in corporate for several years, I decided to return to school to obtain a PhD. While I was an engineer and a PhD student, I also worked as a tutor. I did tutoring on the side because I am passionate about helping others achieve their academic and life goals. Four years ago, I decided to become a high school teacher whe... [more]

Hi, by now you have my name. I'm originally from Jacksonville, Florida. I came to Gainesville to study Computer Engineering, which required a lot of math (Calculus 1,2 and 3, Differiental Equations, Linear Algebra, etc). These are some of the class I'd successfully completed in my pursuit of that degree. I've always like math since my 9th grade Algebra course, just something about numbers and formulas that fascinate me. In the course of pursuing my Computer Engineering degree. I found my pas... [more]

I'm a math major at the University of Florida with many years of experience tutoring and participating in math competitions. I'm currently taking graduate level math classes but I love teaching and can help with just about any undergraduate level math class, up to and including calculus, differential equations, sets and logic, linear algebra, and abstract algebra.... [more]

Pablo recently graduated with a Master of Science degree in Mechanical engineering from the University of Florida (UF) with primary focus on thermal sciences and fluid dynamics. He acquired his bachelor?s degree and graduated from UF with honors in 2014, his passion for engineering drove him to pursue higher education as he complements his knowledge in thermodynamics and heat transfer. In addition to his role at UF, Pablo gained hands on experience with two internships prior to his graduatio... [more]

I'm Ammar! I graduated summa cum laude from my high school and am now a college student pursuing a Bachelor's degree in computer science while on a premed track. I am very excited and eager to tutor students. I teach with a true passion and a desire to help them fully understand concepts. When I am tutoring, I'm always engaging and understand the common misconceptions and mistakes made in questions and concepts, and can come up with different strategies to approach and solve problems and help... [more]

I've been a professor of mathematics for about 15 years; teaching a variety of classes including: prealgebra and all levels of algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, geometry, probability and a variety of other math topics in classes like Contemporary Math, Math Readiness, etc. I've also tutored students in preparation for the math portions of the GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, and other standardized exams. There's a big difference between tutors that know how to work a problem and tutors that can teach you how to work out the problems yourself; how to think through the problems. If you're going t [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

4.82 296 ratings

I have knowledge of the following trigonometric functions: Sine, Cosine, Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, Cosecant. I also excel at geometric problem solving. I am a patient and flexible assistant helping you to learn these difficult subjects. Few people are aware of the challenge you are undertaking and some special help may make all the difference in your success. I am retired from industry having worked in many functions involving Manufacturing, Engineering, Quality Assurance and Program Management. As a Tutor, I can help with mathematics including Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus I, II, III, & [more]

I'm Franco! In the beginning of high school, although finding math very interesting, I was not proficient in it at all. After having a class with- who was arguably- the greatest professor I will ever meet, not only did I truly love math, I truly and thoroughly understood it: launching me into the school's math club, where I won many awards in local, state, and national competitions. His unorthodox, yet highly functional, intuitive and interactive teaching style would begin with basic facts we... [more]

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