...(FLL) and Jr. FLL teams. I tutor a variety of subjects, but I especially enjoy working on my two passions: Math and physics. When tutoring, my goal is not only to help the student learn the specific material but to further develop their critical thinking skills and appreciation of the subject which will aid them in future studies as well. In my spare time I enjoy reading, programming, playing chess, and gymnastics.
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...various subjects of mathematics, ranging from Statistics and Probability; Calculus I, II, and III; trigonometry and precalculus, and other subjects. Furthermore, I have taught as an independent contractor for different firms for the last seven years. Tutoring can be an entertaining challenge; in particular, the amount of creativity used to explain concepts to students with various unorthdox methods of learning leaves room for them to enjoy the experience learning the concept first-hand and learn about...
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...have previous experience tutoring middle and high school students. The subjects I'm best equipped to tutor are: math, at any level up to college-level differential equations, and physics, whether at the high school level or a calculus-based college course. My favorite subject to tutor would probably be calculus. When I took calculus in high school, it was pretty life-changing for me, and so I like to help other students see how amazing it can be!...
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...I was also admitted into Eta Kappa Nu, the electrical engineering honors society. In that organization, I was elected Chapter President during my senior year. Since graduation, I have worked in a wide variety of technology-based corporations, including Raytheon Company, EMS Wireless, and Envista Forensics LLC. My engineering experience was heavily based in mathematics and physics which I used to solve a broad range of engineering challenges. Now, as a retired engineer, I have taken...
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I am a graduate from Kansas State University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. I have worked professionally as a research assistant for KSU, a project manager for Cargill, and an auxiliary engineer with Black & Veatch. With recent experience in office, industry, and university, I am fully prepared to help students understand the most important information in a way that feels valuable to their goals.
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...of Law, where I received my Juris Doctorate. Before St. Mary's I received my bachelor's degree in Industrial and Applied Mathematics at the University of Texas at Arlington. Since graduation I have been a practicing attorney in San Antonio. I believe strongly in education, it is an absolute necessary to improve quality of life. I am particularly passionate about Math, because it can lay the foundation to deductive or logical reasoning. Which in turns enhances...
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...the University of North Texas Health Center and a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University University of North Texas. After years of tutoring, I have learned that no two people are alike and it is important to create an experience unique to each person I work with. During the initial meetings I always try to learn more about the unique way you learn and tailor the information I provide to you and...
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...degree from Yale University with a focus on statistics and public health. I found that my passion was helping others learn and discover their true potential. I started tutoring Algebra and Science and went on to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching from Goucher College with a focus in High School Science and Special Education. I have taught high school science for about 15 years and have tutored Algebra privately. I am most passionate...
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...your performance like you never thought possible! Most importantly, we will work on time management so that you can excel in math while also enjoying your hobbies or extracurricular activities! Who am I? Well, I was born and raised in California, but now, I am loving life on Long Island! I am currently a graduate physics student at Stony Brook University, and I am proud to have been recently accepted to the US Navy's nuclear...
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...subjects. In my experience, I've been able to help many struggling students prepare for their standardized tests and school exams by teaching them valuable study methods and breaking down the questions until they are able to grasp a deep understanding of the subject. Not only do we make outstanding improvements, but we are able to have fun and make discoveries through our engaging conversations. I believe curiosity and the pursuit of knowledge is absolutely necessary...
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My goal is to connect with students on a personal level so teaching them complex concepts becomes an enjoyable learning experience. My forte is test taking skills especially for the SAT, PSAT, and AP exams. I have strong credentials from high school and experience in college as a Senior. Alongside my passion for teaching I guarantee the success of my students in their pursuit of excellence.
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...(Hook em!) with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with Honors. I also obtained a Pre-health certificate along with a minor in Business Administration. I have a very strong technical background in science and math courses. Throughout my education I have always loved study groups and have acted as a leader during these sessions. I hope to pass on the knowledge I have acquired during my schooling and make students feel confident when tackling various problems.
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My goal when tutoring is to not only help students learn how to get the right answer but help them understand why that answer is correct. I've found that one of the main reasons students struggle is due to a lack of interest in the material and that this can be solved by making the learning process more personal and engaging.
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...learn subjects that are beyond my comprehension. I have a wide variety of teaching experience ranging from an academic team coach for elementary school kids, a volunteer math instructor, a private guitar tutor, and so on. My joy of teaching has led me to impact so many young lives at only 18 years old and I hope to continue doing so. My teaching style isn't a cook-cutter style as I believe every student is unique...
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...a point of reference. As teachers we have the responsibility to evaluate our student's level of knowledge and to increase their level of understanding, comprehension, analysis, and diagnosis of the subject we teach. Furthermore, I believe that a teacher is morally obligated to enter the classroom with only the highest of expectations for each and every one of her students. Thus, the teacher maximizes the positive benefits that naturally come along with any self-fulfilling prophecy....
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...grow. I have mainly worked with elementary level students and I find it to be lots of fun! I have a lot of experience with writing English papers, especially when it comes to plays. Some of my favorite playwrights include Lucas Hnath, Anton Chekhov, Shakespeare (basic, I know), and Eugene O'Neill. I'm still pretty in touch with entertainment with the elementary, middle, junior, and high school age students. I love watching students grow and I...
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I'm a recent graduate from Reed College where I majored in Political science with additional concentrations in environmental science, sociology, philosophy, and 3D art. I am passionate about helping students understand concepts in their own way, with hands on activities and self-paced learning styles that encourage confidence and resilience. I channel my patience and creativity into my work, with the goal of providing each student with their ideal learning environment.
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I am a freshman at Rutgers Honors Program studying computer science. I have 3 years of experience in math tutoring, with kids from 2nd grade all the way up to 10th grade. I tutor math, physics, and computer science. I love the feeling of slowly leading a student to the solution and witnessing that ah-ha moment when they finally get it. I believe that any student can understand any concept given proper guidance and education.
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I'm took a year off of tutoring, but I'm excited to be back. I have experience being a high school math teacher for 15 years. I have spent most of my teaching time in classrooms specializing in Algebra 1 and Geometry. I have also tutored students in Elementary school and in College Test/SAT Prep. I look forward to working with you!
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