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I've tutored a wide variety of students from 4th grade to Ph.D. level in many math and science disciplines. I've also co-led several writers' workshops, and I'm a professional writer and editor of math and science textbooks. My educational background is in biochemical engineering. I received a full academic scholarship to Penn State and an NSF fellowship to MIT for graduate school. I'm certified to teach chemistry in Massachusetts, and I've won a national writing award for my work. My tutori... [more]

Perhaps I can help! I am a math/statistics/physics/data science/software development tutor based in Portland ME and Cambridge MA. If you are in greater Portland or greater Boston, please consider me for help with math from the basics to calculus to beginning and advanced statistics, ODE/PDEs, linear algebra, time series analysis or any other topic of applied math. I can help with high school or college level physics (I have a PhD in physics), general data science (I've made a career develo... [more]

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$120 per hour.

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I am a Massachusetts licensed mathematics teacher, and tutor of 7+ years - including SAT Math and English for The Princeton Review. Since 2010, I have tutored students in Standardized Tests (SAT, ACT, GRE, ASVAB, GED), K-12 Math, Chess, and even Guitar. I write custom practice problems and create worksheets so students can benefit from additional assignments. My SAT, ACT, GED (High School Equivalency Exam) tutoring is focused on a two tier approach: content and strategy. I teach both the aca... [more]

For many years I was the lead teacher for Trigonometry at an elite prep school in St Louis, Mo. In January, Wyzant named its "Top 250 Tutors in 2015" and I am very proud to be on that list! It was such an honor to be recognized! The following vignette tells you almost everything you need to know about me and my methods and my success rate - While helping a student with calculus, she spontaneously exclaimed, "This is the most fun I've had in math all year!" This was coming from an average student whose goal was "don't fail math." But after working with her for a few months, she got an ... [more]

I have tutored students in Trigonometry for over 15 years, both privately and for the Lexington Public school system as a Home/Hospital tutor. I truly enjoy and have been fortunate to have helped each student gain confidence, be successful learning Trigonometry, improve their grades and meet their goals. I am certified; my degree is in math. I have tutored students at all levels up through accelerated and all abilities, from struggling to gifted, as well as those with special needs. Do you want better grades and test scores? Do you want to get the most from your classes? Is something holding y [more]

I studied math at MIT. I'm an independent tutor in my late twenties. I specialize in academic tutoring and test preparation for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience working with hundreds of students around the world, and I look forward to helping you! BIO: I studied theoretical math, literature, and philosophy at MIT and Harvard. I?m also the first person in my family to go to college. My interests span the sciences and humanities. I've done labwork in ... [more]

I am an innovative and experienced educator who believes that students of all ages can achieve amazing results with the right teacher! I graduated in 2009 from Harvard College with a degree in History and Literature and I most recently graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education with a Masters in Education. I have four years of full-time classroom teaching experience and I have received both teacher (NH, K-8) and administrator (MA, K-12) certifications. I spent four years worki... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

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My primary exposure to trigonometry is from my physics background. I was a physics major in college, and worked as an engineer at Raytheon Company to help design and build radar systems. Radars manipulate electromagnetic waves, and the sine and cosine functions from trig are used to describe all waves. The trigonometry functions are used extensively in many branches of physics to decompose problems into simpler ones. I teach college physics at Massasoit Community College and each course I teach has a brief trig review. You cannot seriously learn physics without trigonometry. When I taught hi [more]

As noted above, trigonometry is usually encountered as a part of a pre-calculus course. In my view, much of the traditional material associated with trigonometry should be replaced by an introduction to the linear algebra of vectors, which provides alternative methods of solving many of the problems encountered in trigonometry, and is much more generally useful. I am an experienced high school physics and mathematics teacher, retired, with current Massachusetts certification in both areas. I have taught various levels of mathematics--through calculus--as standalone courses and as part of the [more]

I offer science and math teaching for under-challenged, over-challenged, home schooled, twice-exceptional, interrupted, and other non-traditional learners. I have ten years of experience as a teacher, and have been a dedicated private tutor since 2013. I've worked with many wonderful students who are constantly teaching me that there's a different "best teaching strategy" for every learner. The modern classroom doesn't serve the needs of all students. Too many students believe that they ar... [more]

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