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My main area of expertise is mathematics but I am available for tutoring physics as well. I have a degree in math. I was top of my class in calculus 1, calculus 3 and linear algebra. I have studied physics extensively, 3 semesters at a university level which encompassed everything from kinematics and motion to electricity and magnetism to relativity and quantum physics. I have been tutoring for 10 years. In high school I tutored math and chemistry. Since then I have been independently tutori... [more]

A subject all about circles and angles. For many students, this will be the first class in which they encounter problems that are more like "puzzles", with no single obvious path to a solution. Proving trigonometric identities, for instance, is more an art than a science. I have a lot of professional experience tutoring this subject. For many years, I worked at a math tutoring center, and I was commonly asked for help with Trigonometry. I have gotten very good at guiding students gently, and helping them achieve the experience and confidence they need to solve these problems independently. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

For over ten years, I have been assisting students with Mathematics. My goal is not simply to help students find solutions to math problems; my mission is to increase my student's confidence, understanding, and appreciation in regards to mathematics. I come with a background in Mathematics and Psychology that allows me to understand student's learning styles and studying behaviors to properly provide math instruction at my student's level. When you or your child needs assistance with simp... [more]

I graduated with my degree in Physics from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where I then stayed for an additional year to get my teaching credential. I am currently a high school Physics teacher and absolutely love my job. What I enjoy most about my job is having the opportunity to help students realize their maximum potential in all aspects of life--academic or not. My goal for all students is improvement. I focus on the implementation and fostering of a growth mindset. By approaching all lesso... [more]

I have had a variety of work experience in government and private industry, primarily in computers(software)/mathematics. My college degrees are B.A. (math) and M.S. (math); early in my career, I obtained a substitute-teaching credential for California community (two-year) colleges. I have tutored students in high school math and at the two-year college level. My approach is somewhat informal: reviewing a student's current and recent course material, engaging the student in a brief discuss... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$49 per hour.

4.98 1021 ratings

I'm a college professor with 25+ years of experience teaching mathematics and computer programming. My favorite subjects include precalculus, calculus, linear algebra, optimization and numerical analysis. I believe the only way to learn mathematics or computer programming is by working through many exercises and problems. There's no way around this. It doesn't matter how well a lecture is presented or how good the teacher is. If you don't do the work yourself, you'll probably not succeed. ... [more]

I have a B.S. in Biological Sciences and PhD in Molecular and Biomedical Pharmacology. I have conducted scientific research for 10+ years with a diverse background knowledge in science and math subjects. Throughout my academic career and beyond I have had the opportunity to mentor and tutor students in grade school (k-12) as well as undergrad and graduate students. While I specialize in Math and Science, I have also tutored in Spanish, social sciences, reading, writing, and general homewor... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 603 ratings

I work as a Teaching Associate on various Math subjects on California State University San Marcos and I have Master's in Industrial Engineering and Bachelor's with Honors in Financial Mathematics, so my educational background gave and 12 year tutoring and teaching experience gave me exceptional skill set in problem solving and teaching the test taking strategies in Trigonometry: 1) Proving trigonometric identities 2) Memorizing trigonometric formulas and identities (there are lot of them, but they basically originate from two basic identities) 3) Converting from polar to rectangular coordinate [more]

I have a Master's in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University. I was always a good student: 4.0 GPA in high school, 4.0 GPA in my undergrad, and 3.92 GPA in my graduate work. The classes I usually enjoyed the most were the ones where the professor was very organized and was willing to generate new examples when questions were raised. I try to use the same tactics when teaching someone else. I was doing my older brother's math homework before I even went to school. Math was alway... [more]

I used many forms of trig in my studies all through my electrical engineering studies. I am currently between jobs, but still serving in the United States Marine Corps Reserves. As a tutor I don't only look forward the satisfaction I receive when I see the light go on for the student, but also the fact that I get to hone my own skills in the process. I was a tutor for the Extended Opportunity Program as a part time job while I was attending SDSU to attain my BS in Electrical Engineering. My other responsibility was serving in the USMC reserves. I've tutored Calculus a... [more]

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