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I am a PhD student at Syracuse University studying mechanical and aerospace engineering. My engineering background has required knowledge in a broad range of mathematical subjects. I am well versed in the methods and techniques of mathematics and the relations that can be draw with real world problems. My engineering studies also provide me knowledge in physics and several other scientific disciplines. I am also very knowledgeable of Matlab software. I have teaching experience from the tea... [more]

I am a teacher with more than 15 years experience teaching math and science. My background is in chemical engineering, so if you're looking for a basic chemistry tutor, I can help. I have taught math at all levels from grade 1 through calculus, but I pride myself on being able to take scared math students from pre-algebra through calc I in 4 semesters. My students from past years will be glad to vouch for my skills and most would love the chance to recommend me to someone new. With me, y... [more]

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I am currently doing my PhD in Geology from Syracuse University. I can teach high school math and science. I can also teach intro level college courses in Earth Science and Biology. I have had more than a year of teaching experience as part of my Teaching assistantship and private tutoring. I have studied math till my Bachelor's. I have also scored 167 out of 170 in GRE quant. My research field is paleoecology. And hence I have had enough exposure to the field of ecology in general. ... [more]

Hello, my name is Caleb and I'm a PhD student at Syracuse University as well as a graduate instructor. I am also a graduate of Mathematics and Physics at Ithaca College. There I also had the unique opportunity of taking many classes at Cornell University. I then spent the next year working at SUNY Adirondack as a Mathematics Adjunct before starting my PhD. As for my teaching experience, I was a tutor and T.A. for four years at Ithaca College for Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, and German as... [more]

Sines, cosines, and tangents, oh my. Don't fear, I have tutored trigonometry for the past 3 years at a community college. I will explain it in a way that sticks and help you make sense of it all. Hello. my name is Larry. I am currently an Academic Tutor (Math/Computer Science) at a community college. During my time as a tutor, I have worked with a diverse population of students. I have a knack for explaining concepts in a way that resonates with the students. I have an intense passion for helping others learn and I am highly computer/technologically literate. I believe that anyone can learn m [more]

I have been working in the education field with children ages 4-18 for many years. I have also tutored many adults through various math courses as well as for exams such as the GED. I have excelled in mathematics all through school. I have taken all honors classes and received high grades. I was in the Center for Advanced Technologies program at my high school which enabled me to take classes in math computers and science that were well above my grade level. I enjoy doing math problems in my... [more]

I have taught Algebra II & Trig for 2 years in a classroom and have 10 years experience in a mathematics lab. With personal hobbies such as sailing and my engineering experience, I can easily connect topics within trig to make it more understandable. Hello, I am a certified math teacher for grades 7-12 (New York State as well as an experienced engineer having worked for GE consumer electronics and medical equipment manufacturers. My strength lies in my ability to describe math clearly and to connect concepts to the real world. Many of my hobbies, like sailing and skiing, have math. I pla [more]

I was a straight A student in all of my math courses, including: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, linear algebra/graphing and statistics/probability. Most importantly I have learned techniques for studying and learning mathematics which I will share with the student. My teaching philosophy aims to work from the strengths of a student to achieve success. I tailor my methods to the learning style of the individual. I also believe in establishing a partnership of shared goals between student and teacher, ensuring a buy-in from the student in order to participate fully. My background is a varie [more]

Master's of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech with a 4.0 major GPA. A very strong background in Mathematics and broad-based experience in the different analytical/numerical approaches, method,s and techniques. Also a very strong background and broad-based experience in Physics and relating it to real life. Worked as a a teaching assistant for multiple undergrad courses and I was also a tutor at a tutoring service for elementary school through high school. I enjoyed helping th... [more]

I can teach Algebra, Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics. I have tutored online, but I much prefer teaching in person. I have two children now in college, at Ivy League schools. I was their primary caregiver throughout their childhood, and helped them with their schoolwork whenever they needed it. They both took math up through AP calculus (one of them took Calculus BC). One of them took AP Chemistry, the other took AP Physics, so I have seen some of the work done in those classes. My... [more]

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