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Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.74 43 ratings

I graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree in physics and a minor in mathematics, including Trigonometry. Throughout much of my time in high school I worked as a tutor, both privately and as a volunteer through the national honor society. I greatly enjoyed and excelled at this work; I've always had an aptitude for explaining mathematical subjects in ways that other students can easily understand, and find it incredibly rewarding to help my pupils work through difficult problems and improve their grades. After recently graduating from college, I've decided to resume [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I passed the the AP Calculus test in high school and do math daily. Call me Nate. I have been teaching different things to many different types of people since I was 16 years old. I earned my Eagle Scout with the BSA after years of hard work. I am currently working my way through college while pursuing a Criminal Justice Degree. I have many different hobbies and interests. Including, but not limited to, camping, hiking, playing with my dog, hanging out with friends and playing board games. Yet, all of these activities pale in comparison to my greatest achi... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 411 ratings

Hi there, My name is Vladimir and I am a post-baccalaureate student currently attending the University of North Florida pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Minor: Construction Management) and also working towards a Certificate in Coastal and Port Engineering. My first degree is a Bachelor of Science in Physics (Magna Cum Laude) with a Minor in Mathematics. My academic record consists of numerous accolades consisting of both academic and professional experiences. My most re... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

4.66 59 ratings

I studied a lot of trigonometry both in high school as part of calculus, and in college as part of my degree. I learned both the applications, theories, and finer details of trigonometry in multiple classes in lieu of taking one specific, dedicated class. That teacher that you can't quite understand? The book that doesn't tell you enough of what you need to solve a problem? That's not me. I've been there. Late nights, coffee, office hours, the works. I was a student in the math program struggling to get my bachelor's degree. Then, I spent two more years going for my master's, meaning even long [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

4.84 202 ratings

How do you measure success? By improved grades? By a better attitude? By promoting genuine interest in a subject? Whatever you need for your child is what I strive to provide. I work closely with students and parents to achieve whatever goals that they set out to accomplish. I graduated with a bachelor's in chemical engineering from Notre Dame in 2009 and with a master's in education from Notre Dame in 2011. I know what it takes to achieve, and I try to pass all of this knowledge on to all m... [more]

Will travel 19 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 264 ratings

I've been a private tutor for over 10 years. As an undergraduate at University of Central Florida (GO KNIGHTS!), I worked part-time as a tutor in the Math Dept.'s Math Lab. There I learned those techniques most effective to bring a student along further than they'd even thought possible. I gained from that time an appreciation for educating others, and sharing with them the joy that comes with understanding new concepts and widening one's perspective. I offer experience that can onl... [more]

Pre-algebra and algebra are the gate way to success in mathematics. When you gain an understanding of the concepts in pre-algebra and algebra, the lessons learned will carry a student through difficult times not only in mathematics, but most other subjects as well. While working with students, both young and adult, I realized one size does not fit all. Giving students a "cookie cutter" approach to solving problems does not work for all students. What an instructor must do is show a student t... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

With a BS degree in Math and many years experience teaching Trigonometry I can help students understand and solve planar and spherical trigonometry problems Recently, I have myself passed the Wyzant Trigonometry test with 100% score. I am qualified to teach trigonometry at any level. I am a holder of BS, MCP, MSE, IEEE and University degrees with double major in MATH and Electron Physics from Roosevelt University of Chicago and have completed 26 credit-hour postgraduate work in Mathematics, Electron Physics and Electronics at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. I have received an [more]

My greatest joy in life is seeing the look on students' faces when they have grasped a difficult concept. I started tutoring math while I was in high school, both as part of a "Peer Tutoring Class," and outside of school. As a student at Rutgers University, I worked as a tutor for Student Support Services, tutoring students whose parents never attended college. After graduating Summa cum Laude with a 3.95 GPA (and being admitted to Phi Beta Kappa in my second year), I continued to tutor both... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

Passionate math teacher that loves engaging and teaching students at all levels. Taught K - 12 math using math manipulative and mindful of the auditory, visual and multisenory student. I have been a principal and and vice principal of a K-8 school; I have taught geometry in the public school system; Pre algebra thru Precalculus at a private Christian school for several years. I have a bachelors in mechanical engineering so I am well verse in mathematics, however I prefer teaching math and h... [more]

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