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Trig, the "Minor Leagues" of Calculus. I was the only Freshman at my high school in Trig. I can help you or your student with some memory "tricks" to help make Trig less tedious! My BS Chemistry and BS Chemical Engineering degrees demonstrate my love math and science. My 15+ years in Restaurant Management demonstrate my caring and passion for learning, coaching, and training. I have been involved in training for my entire career and really enjoy watching the light bulb go on when you teach someone something new. I tutored friends throughout my school years and part-time for a few ye [more]

My Name is Tom O. and I am a 2006 graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I was a mechanical engineer with Caterpillar for three years and I tutored at Wright College (one of the City Colleges of Chicago) for over five years. I tutor different levels of mathematics from intermediate algebra to third year calculus (including differential equations and linear algebra). I also tutor different levels of Physics (both calculus and non-calculus based), general inorganic chemistr... [more]

I teach honors-level trigonometry in the classroom, and I also tutor students in the subject before and after school. The students whom I have worked with generally comprise a wide range of ability levels (including those who struggle with basic algebra skills). Students who have worked with me have reported increased skills and positive learning outcomes after taking my class in this subject. My tutoring method is inquiry-based and consists of asking the students questions to draw out pre-existing knowledge, then refining the questions to isolate which specific steps in the problem-solving [more]

Hello, My name is Jackie. I have a degree in elementary education and a minor in mathematics K-8. I am currently working on my Alternative Teaching License for Colorado and just applied to CU Denver's Mathematics Education graduate program. I have been tutoring for about 5 years, with students of all ages. I have always loved math, but when I started teaching it I loved finding new ways to make me questions or lessons more enjoyable. Math can be difficult but with an open mind and some ha... [more]

I specialize in Physics, Math, Chemistry as well as SAT, ACT & MCAT. My students have gone on to colleges and high schools of their choice including Harvard University, Princeton University, Berkeley University, University of Chicago and Phillips Exeter Academy. I work with students of all levels and backgrounds so that each of them achieves their goals and full potential. My Specialities: Test Prep: ACT, SAT, PSAT, CLEPP, Accuplacer, GED, ASVAB. My students scores usually increase by a... [more]

I spent two semesters at Purdue tutoring trigonometry at the college level. I have also spent time tutoring trigonometry at the high school level as well. Availability: Mon/Tue/Wed afternoons & evenings. Location: Standley Lake Public Library. Attending Purdue University for math education, I quickly learned how much I love helping students understand math. It's my passion. I've found that simply learning formulas isn't the right way to learn. Students need to know what's going on, and then the formulas become easy! I have taught math at the high school level in four different schools and hav [more]

The best tutor isn't the one that you come back and see every week. The best tutor is the last one that you will ever need to see. It should be my responsibility as a professional tutor to do everything in my ability to work on both short-term solutions and long-term solutions to my student's academic struggles. For students to be able fend for themselves in the academic pursuit is a gift of the highest order. However, that gift does not come over night. On the other hand, tests are already ... [more]

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Succeeding academically throughout high school led me to think that I should pursue a career in law, but after attaining Bachelors in Political Science from UC Berkeley, a Masters in Special Education from Loyola Marymount, and reading a few spectacular books, I decided to return to school in pursuit of a childhood passion. I am now a transfer student at CU-Boulder and will begin classes to attain a B.S. in Engineering Physics, with hopes to eventually pursue a Ph.D. Although it seems like ... [more]

Big, fancy term, right? Don't be intimidated or fooled! Breaking the terminology down, look at the prefix, tri-, or "trig-" as it's sometimes called) means three, which you can already see that in math, the only shape that has three sides is the triangle. You would be right! Trig is the study of the properties of triangles. Why is it important? It's used in measuring precise distances, particularly in industries like satellite systems and sciences like astronomy. You might think I'm weird, but trigonometry is actually my favorite topic in math. I could honestly do trig problems all day! Out [more]

Greetings! My name is Marjorie, you can call me Marj. I am happy to help any High School or College student strengthen their Math skills and improve their grades. I also enjoy working with High School students in Physics, Physical Science, Chemistry and Test Preparation. Helping people has always been a huge passion of mine, and I am thrilled that I have the opportunity to pass my knowledge and skills onto others! I worked as an engineer for a few years and then later as a software developer.... [more]

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