Tyler L. is the founder and principal instructor of Examine It Tutoring Services, which works in and around the various boroughs of New York. Examine It works with a wide range of students, all with unique educational backgrounds. We focus on developing a student’s problem solving ability rather than content memorization.
Tyler is a former environmental engineer at Air Pollution Characterization & Control. APCC is based out of Hermon, ME and focuses on air pollution compliance testing for industrial facilities. While there, he learned importance of applying abstract engineering concepts to real life and often irregular situations. He also learned the value of problem solving in real time and conveys that importance to his current students.
Tyler graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maine with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a Mathematics minor. He currently resides in Manhattan.
I have been tutoring Math for over 14 years for various grades: Middle School, High School, and College. Math is a wonderful subject once you understand it. My primary objective is to help you love Math and enjoy it. Once that is established, nothing will stop you from excelling at Math.
Diplomas: I hold a PhD in Wireless Communications, MS in Telecommunications, and BS in Electrical Engineering.
Tutoring Methods: My tutoring methods involve direct engagement with the student to make sure he/she is really understanding what I am explaining. I always try to provide real life scenarios where certain formulas are applied. This approach helps the student remember the equation or even reconstruct it again based on the scenarios discussed. Everything in Math is applied in our daily life but we are unaware of it because we do not pay attention to it but that does not mean it does not exist. After most sessions, I assign few problems for the student to work on them at home before our next session (these assignments could be chosen from the textbook or I could formulate them myself). This method affirms student understanding of the subjects covered.
Guarantees: I can guarantee you that if you follow the steps I pass onto you and do your homework assigned to you, I have no doubt that you will not only pass the class but also end up with an A. That's based on experience and not talk.
Hi Students and Professionals, I would like to invite you to work with me because I am a highly qualified instructor, teacher and adjunct professor. As an experienced and passionate instructor, I am committed to helping you be the best you can be in your subjects of choice. No matter what your learning style or skill level are, my personalized approach will provide guidance and support you need at the pace that is best for you. I specialize in computer science, math, electrical engineering and the sciences. I have two degrees from MIT and each degree is in "Electrical Engineering and Computer Science". My GPA for undergrad is 4 point 2 out of 5 and 4 point 6 out of 5 for grad school and I have won a number of awards. I have been teaching for over 15 years and I have taught over 400 students and professionals. I have over 5 years of cumulative teaching experience. Connect with me and let us have fun working together.
27 years experience as a math / Calculus Tutor
Proven ability to learn quickly and significantly contribute in a fast-paced, technology-driven environment. Self-starter with excellent oral and written communication skills, executive management skills, interpersonal skills and good judgment. Team player respected for product knowledge, problem-solving skills and the ability to consult with clients in volatile www.*** : Strategic partnerships and alliances, project management, international marketing, sales and business development, internet marketing, software development services, high tech recruiting, outsourcing, capital fund raising and deal flow, mergers and acquisition, identity management, internet data security, healthcare, telecommunications, optical networks, wireless, microchip ( www.*** smart card, PDA, mobile phone or implantable devices) and embedded www.*** ;
I am a passionate math teacher who loves to watch students excel. My main focus is to ensure that the students I interact with gain the skills needed to make learning easier. The greatest struggle I see with students today is they allow themselves to get discouraged when the learning becomes difficult as so many of them have had no issues up to that point. Students need constant reassurance that they can overcome any obstacle with enough work and effort.
I graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a double major in Mathematics and Secondary Education. I spent so much time and effort while in school learning not only from my teachers but from every internship I was able to take. I focused as much as possible on developing the skills to transfer my knowledge to the future generations.
I have taught at a number of high schools in Oklahoma and currently find myself teaching at Prue. I am qualified to teach AP Calculus, AP Statistics, Pre-AP Algebra 2, and many more courses. I have taught almost every level of math that a high school student can take at this point, but always look for ways to continue pushing myself to be able to reach more students.
I have worked with different ages from Elementary, middle, and high schools. Also I have teached in many colleges for mathimatics, physics and engineering since more than 30years.
I am a 27 year old math, science, and engineering tutor. I began tutoring math in 2010 with a local tutoring company. After gaining several years of experience and expanding the subjects I was capable of tutoring, I began taking on private tutoring opportunities. I then began tutoring at the local community collee, covering specific courses and working with assist students in courses with historically high failure rates. I now work as an assistant supervisor for a college tutorial center that has been voted best in area 5 years in a row. I have a level 1 CRLA tutoring certificate and am currently looking for new students to take on in a private capacity.
I am passionate about nearly all STEM courses and I am currently pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering at California State University of Fresno.
I wanted to clarify a few things. I have received two Associate's degrees from Raritan Valley Community College. One in Liberal Arts and the other in Food and Beverage Management. I am currently majoring in Chemistry and Mathematics and have been accepted to Rider University with a full scholarship to continue my education in Chemistry. I have screenshots of my transcript from RVCC with most of the college courses that I have taken and the grades I have received. This website only let's you post 4 pictures so I tried to post as many as I could. I have a cumulative GPA of 3. 41 and I was awarded a scholarship from the American Chemical Society to continue my education in Chemistry. I would also like to say that I'm a single mother of one child and I'm just trying to make some extra money while going to school. Give me a chance and I would love to share my knowledge with you!
Hey you beautiful people! I know the difficulties in python(or coding in general) first hand. I was in your shoes once believe it or not. It can seem very hard and scary, I understand, but it doesn't need to be. Many concepts in coding(python) just need to be broken down for us to understand! When you and I have a 1-on-1 together. We'll use my building block strategy, making learning new concepts easier. The strategy entails breaking down big concepts into smaller pieces, and then building it back up again. So, whether you want to become a better coder, build projects, or get your future job. I am going to help you make your goal a success. My passion from an early age is sharing my knowledge to people(coaching Calculus and now coding). I am always trying to find a way to make an impact on someones life. I am here for you, your future and your career. Also because I'm very passionate about helping you. I will take this very seriously. A free 30 min consultation is included to help decide if we are a match for each other. I am very excited to speak with you and can't wait to help you crush it!
I am a graduate of Elon University's Class of 2016 with my BS in Biochemistry and a minor in Neuroscience. Although I have a passion for science and continue to pursue a career in healthcare, I am also a published author and maintain an active lifestyle. I have years of tutoring experience at the middle school, high school, and college levels in addition to being a designated trainer at my job. I also have experience working with children with Autism and other learning disabilities. I prefer online tutoring through video, but after a few lessons I may be willing to travel to meet in person. Please reach out to me if you have any questions or want to establish a tutoring schedule with me! :)
I am a rising Senior at Dunwoody High School who is highly academically driven and successful. I have a great passion to impact the world around me for the better which has invoked my love for tutoring and helping others learn especially when they are struggling.
For years I have been helping many of my friends when they are struggling and have even begun to organize study groups leading up to stressful exams. Since 6th grade, I have been making study sets on Quizlet which I share with all of the students in my class to help them study for various tests. From this, I have become popular as "Jacob-D.!!!" or "The Quizlet guy." Recently, I have joined the National Honor Society and the Science National Honor Society. In these clubs, I have obtained many volunteer hours tutoring elementary schoolers or even younger high schoolers in previous subjects.
At my school, I have gone through the Spanish pathway taking AP Spanish Language and Culture. Therefore, I can speak Spanish and may be able to communicate with any native-speaking parents or students if necessary.
Some other clubs I do are cross-country and robotics.
Academics and Awards:
www.*** GPA (High School), www.*** GPA (college), Principal’s List (all A’s) 6-12th grades, AP World History exam score 5, AP Chemistry exam score 5, SAT 1530 (800 in math), Math II subject test 780, Chemistry subject test 770, Homecoming court sophomore & junior year, Pathways of Engineering & Spanish, Duke Tip State Recognition 2015, 100 on Geometry EOC.
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I am a math and physics tutor with a first class Bachelor's degree in mathematics from Imperial College London. I also took the Part III of the www.*** Tripos course, which is a world renown graduate course at the University of Cambridge. I will also graduate with a PhD in physics from The University of Texas at San Antonio on www.*** 2020.
www.*** availability is flexible and I can help with homework problems and boosting confidence. www.*** goal is to help students not only solve problems but also to help them understand and highlight fundamental concepts and principles in order for them to see the bigger picture. This way students will see how various ideas in math or physics are connected and hopefully then develop an enthusiasm for the subject.
i am a professional mathematics teacher for high school and college since 1985, since i could tutor all Math courses like algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, linear algebra and diffeerntial equations.
I am currently pursuing an associates in science from Mesa Community College, I then plan to transfer to Arizona State University to pursue a B. S. in software engineering. I currently tutor math (up to calculus 1) at my college as well as Computer Science (Java, C++, and a little MATLAB.) I enjoy tutoring students and helping them learn and I always encourage any questions no matter how silly they may seem. When it comes to tutoring, whether I'm tutoring math or computer science, I like to find some analogy or comparison to relate something the student may be familair with to something the student may not be familiar with.
Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra and French lessons in Lynchburg, VA.
I enjoy teaching and sharing my passion for math and logic. I also love to see people be able to grow and learn in ways that they did not know that they could. There is also joy for me in learning as well because by teaching people I also get to learn and grow and get to grow a connection to the people that I am teaching. I am a college student pursuing a bachelors degree in computer science with a minor in mathematics. Math has always been a passion of mine, and I love the way numbers and calculations work to bring understanding to problems. I also have a lot of passion for teaching others and trying to help others achieve a better understanding of the material that they are studying along with helping them grow and appreciate the subject that I know and love.
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
My process with a new student is to get to know them and how they view the subject that they are working on. Whether they view it as a passion that just needs more help to fully develop, a burden to be overcome, or something else entirely. Once I have begun to know this information I like to begin by introducing the basic ideas around the subject or topic at hand to get a better grasp around the fundamentals. This helps me learn who the student is as a person and how they like to learn and interact with the subject so that the relationship is built and the way to approach the subject can be improved for each of the individual students
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have a large background in mathematics. I am pursuing a mathematics minor and a computer science degree. I have taken up to Calculus III, linear algebra, and statistics at the college level. I have been at the top of my class throughout high school and college. math has always come easily to me, and I love to share and learn with people while improving my own skills.
I am a junior at MIT pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Robotics). I am writing to express interest in tutoring in STEM fields for summer 2018.
As a robotics major at MIT, I have background knowledge of the fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (both in design and manufacturing) in addition to extensive hands-on experience prior to and during my education at MIT. Being an MIT student has given me exceptional opportunities to broaden my vision through a wide variety of courses from both engineering and science disciplines; this tutoring opportunity will give me a chance to share my piece of knowledge with interested individuals.
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Math, GRE, LSAT, PSAT, SAT, Graduate Test Prep, Analytical Geometry, Applied Mathematics, and Basic Math lessons in Edmond, OK.
APPROACH:I focus on understanding of the concepts and developing the student's ability to solve problems -- rather than tedious drill and temporary www.*** I get results! (Demonstrated score improvement, passing courses, raising grades, etc.)2. Knack for establishing good rapport with each www.*** Focus on understanding concepts and developing skills and strategies to solve www.*** Also, my ability to make things understandable, in writing and in www.*** :30+ years college teaching, plus private tutoring in academic subjects and "test-prep" techniques. Also taught and/or managed many employee-training programs. Developed curricula for training programs, civil-service exam preparation courses, etc. as well as for after-school science clubs and summer www.*** professional career was primarily in software development and management, at Brookhaven National Lab (BNL), Grumman, Robotic Vision, American Science, and other Long Island companies, and as a software consultant and website www.*** am also a professional writer, with thousands of pages published, and I currently host two weekly radio shows on a local radio station. Since my early retirement from BNL in 1999, I have increased my teaching and tutoring, as well as my professional writing and radio-broadcasting activities.
Having graduated from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University (MSTU), Moscow, Russia with a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering with honors, I started my academic teaching at Higher Institute for Applied Science and Technology (HIAST). I worked at HIAST for 27 years of teaching (1988-2015). During the time I worked there, I finished my Ph. D in mechanical www.*** was forced to leave my country because of the war. I came to the United States in 2015, and started to learn English. I love to teach and make the learning process easy and fun. Having a long experience, I am able to break down complicated concepts to make it easier for the tutee to understand www.*** my long journey as a teacher/tutor, I have never had a student/tutee who found my material too complicated.
Algebra, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Newtonian Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Differential Equations, Developmental Algebra, AP Calculus BC, AP Calculus AB, Algorithms, Computer Skills
Hi I am a student in university of arlington I will be prviding tutoring in algabra, calcules, and any type of basic math.
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I am able to provide tutoring services to students from 1st to 12th grade. Subjects I specialize in are algebra, trigonometry, geometry, global history, us history, english arts, college level physics and calculus
Ms. Jennifer Duvall | CA Credential Math Teacher & owner of Tower Tutoring
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Ms. Duvall specializes in private, high-end, professional math tutoring. She is a California Credentialed Math Teacher with advanced training in Common Core Math, Inquiry-based Learning and Growth Mindset. Ms. Duvall has over 15 years experience teaching, tutoring and coaching middle school and high school math and she loves it!
What are your hours of availability?My student hours are Monday - Thursday 3-8pm. I am available for phone calls and consultations outside of those hours. Appointments days/times are reserved on a first come first serve basis.
What subjects do you tutor?Integrated Maths I, II & III, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, II & III, College Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calc, Elementary Calculus, Chemistry, Test Prep: SAT/ACT/GRE/ASVAB/HiSET
How much does your tutoring cost?We charge $60-$65 per hour for 1:1 tutoring and $70-$75 per hour for private SAT and ACT tutoring.
How much tutoring does my student need?This will vary on a case by case basis as each student has individual needs. I am happy to consult with you in-person or over the phone outside of student hours to discuss your student's personal needs and come up with an individualized plan. 1-2 hours, 1-2 days per week for regular 1:1 tutoring seems to be the average. For SAT/ACT, we recommend 1,5-2 hours twice per week over a minimum of 8 weeks to cover the all basics for each subset of the test.
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I graduated from www.*** Austin with a www.*** in mathematics. I have co-authored two calculus books which I use to help tutor students across the country. I have years of experience tutoring all levels of mathematics. I have lots of experience taking AP and other standardized tests, so I can help you improve your scores. I was a national merit finalist and International Baccalaureate Diploma recipient in high school.
I began tutoring in 1999 and have been doing this as my primary income source for over 20 years with over 15 of that as a full time www.*** ; I have accumulated over 20,000 hours of face to face tutoring time across a wide variety of subjects.
I am comfortable tutoring all middle school or high school mathematics or physics courses, the majority of lower division undergraduate math courses (including all courses for a standard STEM degree) and select upper division undergraduate math courses.
I am fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and am happy to tutor using a mode of your choice at a location of your choice.
Please feel welcome to send any specific inquiries to me.
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I have several curriculum ranging from Algebra I through AP www.*** ; I am able to teach any math level up to Calculus I and can assign problems/quizzes/tests for students to work on independently.
My calculus students average a 4 on the AP Calculus and AP Computer Science Principle www.*** ; I am also a reader for AP Computer Science Principles and score exams for College Board every summer.
I am very skilled at explaining concepts multiple ways until a student www.*** ; Students find me easy to talk to and very approachable.
I have experience using Zoom and the Google www.*** ; I use a tablet as a whiteboard.
I am dedicated to helping you understand any math topic or assignment you bring to me. If you would like to send me whatever assignment or concepts you need help with before a session, I would be happy to do any prep-work necessary to provide a quality tutoring service. Feel free to contact me via email or text.
I have experience of tutoring science and mainly math for over 4 years and I charge $30 an hour. I am able to tutor all required math classes up to calculus of single variable (included). If you need help for science classes I am able to tutor you in chemistry and physics.
I'm a freelance tutor in mathematics and physics. I was recommended by my professors to be tutors in the subjects of calculus, physics, chemistry, and English. I plan on pursuing a higher degree in physics with the end goal of becoming a physics educator, and develop better textbooks for STEM subjects. I may use explanations of a subject that are a little unconventional, so you're not paying for a simple reiteration of what your teacher said in class, but rather a completely fresh attempt to elucidate the material. I'm excited to help you with homework, or explain any concepts that you struggle with!
If my listed availability doesn't work for you, message me anyway. I'm willing to negotiate.
K. graduated from the University of Colorado with degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering. He is an Affiliate Professor at Metropolitan State University, Colorado and teaches courses in analytical mechanics and engineering at the University of Colorado in Denver. An experienced engineer with a strong background in math, Newton is a firm believer in inspiring students to overcome their personal learning challenges. He is committed to connecting each student with the right tutor to help them bring them to a place of academic success.