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Will travel 30 miles

$65 per hour.

4.96 227 ratings

"Laughter and tears are both responses to frustration and exhaustion. I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning do to do afterward." - Kurt Vonnegut The relationship between the student and tutor is so important for student success. By creating an environment of acceptance, making progress becomes easier. I have taught 6-13th grade Math for 15 years including Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, College Algebra, and College Pre-Algebra. Additionally... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$180 per hour.

4.99 160 ratings

I have had several tutoring jobs in the past, and have been tutoring on WyzAnt since 2013. During high school, I tutored a high school student as volunteer hours for the National Honor Society, and I had a paid tutoring job tutoring a student at home from a different high school. During college, I helped high school students prepare for the math portion of a standardized test they were required to take. I had another job tutoring a college student in a fast-paced Algebra class, which she ende... [more]

This course might be the most useful of all your math courses. Trigonometry can be used to solve practical problems and is also essential to success at Calculus and courses beyond. I tutor Precalculus and Calculus and very frequently see people wishing very much that they had a good Trigonometry background. I look forward to answering every question you may have, without making you feel like you shouldn't have asked, as we work through your Trigonometry course together! Dear Student or Parent: Maybe you feel intimidated or left-behind in physics, or in calculus, algebra or other math. May [more]

Howdy, my name is Blake and I'm pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science. I originally attended Texas A&M in College Station, TX where I was a member of the Corps of Cadets and Aggie Band for two years. The Corps really instilled a "never-give-up" attitude in me and I apply that while tutoring. It is my firm and confident belief that anyone can master any subject and I have a strong desire to prove that to students in the realm of math. I'm curren... [more]

Why do I need to learn this? Are you asking yourself that question? I know I did back when I was in your shoes. Years later, now as a practicing Licensed Professional Engineer, I can tell you that all those subjects you might be having a hard time with are actually very important. If you are looking to truly master those topics that might seem like obstacles at the moment, and if you are looking to understand the application of what you are learning and how it is used on a day by day basis, y... [more]

I have 6+ years tutoring Trigonometry at the university I attend. Trigonometry is a highly applicable math as it is used in physics regularly for the calculation of vectors. I often use trigonometry in my engineering courses because of its nature relating multiple phenomena such as velocity, force, electric fields, and etc. that involve vectors. I help prepare my students for physics with this course, stressing how important it is if one pursues a STEM career. My name is Joe, I am a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley finishing with a 3.0 GPA. I first [more]

I have spent 10+ years teaching secondary Math courses from Pre-Algebra through AP Calculus at the high school level, teaching in San Antonio [NISD], Dallas ISD and in Santa Cruz Bolivia at an international school in South America. I have taught math for adult learners in the Alamo Community College District. I have also taught C++ and Visual Basic computer languages. In addition to being a Texas Eduction Agency [TEA] certified Math and Computer Science Teacher, I was a Mathematics Assessmen... [more]

I worked as a tutor at Texas Southmost College, teaching Intro Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Physics in the late 80´s and early 90´s. Then I transferred to Texas A & M in College Station where I obtained a Bachelors in Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology. I have a letter of recommendation from my immediate supervisor during my tutoring years, where she recognizes me as one of the best tutors ... [more]

I am a Certified Public Accountant and the son of a Naval Aviator (he flew airplanes in the Navy). My mother was very active in whatever community she was in during her entire life. She contributed her time and treasure to various organizations and was somewhat of a Bridge (the card game) expert by the end of her life. I attended private schools throughout my educational career except in college where I attended the University of California at San Diego. There I majored in Literature and... [more]

I recently graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a 3.9 GPA. I will be attending Trinity University this fall for School Psychology. I have worked both in and out of the classroom, as well as tutored. I have tutored for 2+ years at Victory Program and Outside the Box Dropout Prevention program in Austin. I love helping students learn and enjoy gaining knowledge. I also have a deep understanding of different learning strategies and styles since I studied Education in college. ... [more]

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