### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Corydon, KY

Brent ...courses. I have found that trying to study something that you're not interested in can sometimes be an act of futility. I like to find ways to engage my students with their studies in ways that are exciting and inspiring. Math and science are the keys to understanding the world around us and they can be very captivating subjects when you discover how they relate to the things that you find fascinating.

Emory University - BS, Chemistry

Devika ...I am not. Sometimes, working hard is not enough. Working hard in the right direction with effective time management skills is what got me here. In my school years, I tried running away from certain subjects only to find myself chasing them later. I always use to run away from Math, and then I took engineering with whole and soul of Math. This made me realize that if you find something difficult, don't run away...

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering

Logan ...intramural flag football during my time at Berkeley. I stay active now riding my bike/jogging in Cherokee park in the Highlands of Louisville. I'd like to get back into practicing yoga some time soon. I have completed all coursework in the Physiology PhD program, maintaining a 4.0+ GPA and am now dedicated to full time research in Dr. Jay Hoying's Lab at the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute. My academic specialties are Biology, Physiology, Cell Biology, Biostatistics...

University of California-Berkeley - Bachelors, Cell Biology

University of Louisville - PhD, Physiology

Diane ...almost 11 years now. I have a BA in English and a JD, both of which have required me to develop my language and particularly writing skills. I have student taught college Chemistry, and I have written Continued Learning materials for a Continuing Legal Education symposium. I worked as a nanny for over 8 years before I had my own child. I am quite familiar with being around children and encouraging them to grow. I...

Bellarmine University - Bachelors, English

Northern Kentucky University - PhD, Law/ Juris Doctor

Joel I am an experienced teacher, coach and tutor with a passion for helping students improve through better understanding the material, reading between the lines of the test questions, and mastering the tactics and strategies particular to each test that will lead to the best possible score.

University of Louisville - Bachelors, Philosophy

University of Louisville - Masters, MBA

Jamie ...teaching assistant for three years in several science course (including neuroscience, biochemistry, and psychology). I specialize in tutoring math courses leading up to Calculus II and many biological science courses. I believe every student can learn complex material, just sometimes needs it explained and broken down in a different way that meets the students need of understanding, which is where I come in to help. I oftentimes think differently due to having a scientific background....

Spelman College - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Tulane University of Louisiana - Masters, Neuroscience

Scott ...interested in math because I began (suddenly, with a little help from art manifestos) to see it as sculpture. (In my free time, I create computer animation using both math and programming skills.) As I tutor, I like to communicate this enthusiasm. For instance, learning to graph functions is simultaneously to learn how to draw various curves with algebraic formulas. So the symbols and numbers can be looked at like a code for drawing pictures...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, mathematics

Matthew ...of education for its own sake and work to share my enthusiasm with my students. I strongly believe that teaching underlying concepts not only deepens a student’s understanding and appreciation for a subject, but also improves a student’s retention of the information and ability to apply the concepts to all the different variations of problems that the student will encounter. I am highly invested in the success of my students and am committed to put...

Brown University - Current Undergrad, Chemistry

Jerrod ...are succeeding. I personally have written hundreds of personalized academic plans for students and will be happy to create one for your child, so that they can excel. There are two main reasons why students are not academically successful. First, students do not have the fundamental skills to understand the content they are being taught. This can range from students having reading deficiencies to students not having basic math skills. The second reason students have...

Ohio State University - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Georgia State University - MA, Masters of Arts in Teaching

Tom ...an instructor of Mathematics and Programming at the Interactive College of Technology and Kennesaw State University. I believe when a subject is presented correctly, any student can develop a love for it. I have taught elementary students, high school students and college students, everything from basic Arithmetic to Vector Calculus and Complex Analysis. My experiences as a teacher have led me to stress the importance of realizing what the transferable skills are from Mathematics and...

CUNY Queens College - BA, Mathematics

Kennesaw State University - MS, Applied Statistics