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.
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About me: I have worked as a part-time Professor of Chemistry at local colleges and universities; I tutor extensively in subjects ranging from science to English to test preparation; and I worked for many years as a scientist--performing experiments and communicating results through written and oral presentations to specialists and non specialists alike. Through these experiences, I have become expert at relating to students of all ages and educational backgrounds.
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Ambitious Howard student with lots of educational experience. I can teach various topics including Math, English, Science, and basic Computer Skills. I am working towards a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. I have experience in Honors English, Writing, Reading, Composition, Literature, Grammar, Spelling, Vocabulary, Public Speaking, Spanish III, College Algebra II, Algebra I, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, College Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Study Skills. I currently have a www.*** Grade Point Average and a Bachelor of Arts from a Tier I Magnet School. I have received multiple academic scholarships and honors awards. I had two dual enrollment courses attended at a university and scored a 88% of the Nationally Representative Percentile on the SAT. I have attended a paid internship and multiple www.*** ;I always work hard to make sure you learn thoroughly and quickly. I break down complicated topics to make them easy to digest and tutor with patience. I will make sure the student knows the subject well and develops productive habits and techniques. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of the student. I can also help with homework, classwork, assignments, projects, essays, and more! You can book a brief trial lesson to see how you like the overall experience. I am willing to work out location, hours, and what services I am willing to provide depending on the student. This includes via Skype, Zoom, and Google for students that are not in the Northwest www.*** area. Let’s get started. Please contact me for interest and pricing and I am sure we can work something out! Send a message and I will be sure to get back to you asap.
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2 years of freelance tutoring experience, have a good system for online tutoring if the student has access to a tablet, phone, or computer.
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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.
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Hello! My name is Lydia and I'm an academically strong junior with 5+ years of tutoring other students. I received full scores on both of the math sections of the PSAT in 2019 and a 5 out of 5 on the AP Calculus AB exam in May 2020. This year, I am taking both AP Calculus BC and AP Statistics & www.*** ;
I strive to help my students develop a deeper understanding of the content they are learning, not just the ability to mindlessly copy steps without knowing what they're really doing. Parents love that I keep everything for their student organized in a Google Sheet (sort of a parent portal), so they can easily access payment records, lesson reports, and additional notes/practices for their students via the linked Drive folder. Everything I do is customized and parents can choose what type of tutoring they would like me to perform-- simple homework help, teaching or reteaching a lesson, filming and sending short videos of problems that students can replay on their own time, etc. I work well with below level, on level, and gifted students as I have worked with dozens of students, including some with special needs, who struggle to grasp mathmatical concepts and need them explained in different ways and/or visualized, but I was classified as a gifted student myself, testing into several gifted programs in elementary school and ultimately skipping a grade in middle school.
For the time being, I am only doing online tutoring via Zoom-- it is the safest way to tutor during the pandemic and just as effective as in person tutoring since I can use custom created slideshows and annotation tools to walk students through problems.
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.
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Please feel welcome to send any specific inquiries to me.
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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.
Thank you for coming to my tutor profile! My name is Zack, and I am a tutor that specializes in Mathematics, Science, and Writing. I aspire to be an astrophysicist at NASA, but tutoring is something I will never give up! Learning is a very important part of life, but it is equally as important in the educational system. However, it is very frustrating to not be able to comprehend subjects and also not knowing what resources you can take advantage of. We've all been there before; you are not alone!!! That is where I come in. I find there to be nothing more enjoyable than guiding people of all different ethnicities, cultures, and educational history to success. The joy of seeing people grow while tutoring is one of the main reasons I decided to start in the first place. As your tutor, I will work with you to help you have a better, more in-depth understanding of the subject(s) in which you struggle with. It is my goal as a tutor to help you achieve your personal goals, and to find the most constructive way to teach you based upon your learning style and what feels right for you!
Primary school math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, CHS Precalculus, Calculus I (differential calculus), Calculus II (integral calculus), Calculus III (calc BC), Calculus IV (multivariable calculus), vector calculus, AP Statistics, English, AP Government, AP Language Composition, Music Theory, Piano, Microeconomics.
I attend the University of Washington. I was rank 4 in my class during high school (at Bothell High School). I am majoring in math/economics, and I am president of the UW Parliamentary Debate Association.
Hi! I’ve been tutoring for 5 years and am seeking new students who may be struggling with virtual learning.
I am a college student at Baylor University currently enrolled in the Honors College as a History major. Throughout high school, I tutored in my free time to bring in some extra money for my single-parent household. I first started tutoring approximately four years ago as a free lance tutor. Then I moved into teaching math at a Mathnasium center where I specialized in upper-level high school math. I worked there until I left for college, so about two years. Now I tutor in math for the Baylor student-athletes and hope to tutor some more in my spare time. Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I am comfortable tutoring in algebra, geometry, algebra II, and pre-calculus.
I have helped students from different age groups and backgrounds improve their undestanding of math and the life sciences. (Subjects I've taught: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus BC, Geometry, College Essay Review, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, Introductory College Chemistry)
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Skilled and experienced tutor with professional experience in the field of Chemistry in roles ranging from laboratory technician to conducting and presenting on original research as a lead author. I have extensive experience working in direct tutoring roles, both as a volunteer for various outreach programs and in the capacity of self-employment. I endeavor to fully invest myself in the success of every student I work with, and I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you and see how I can best assist in achieving your educational goals. I look forward to hearing from you.
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I conduct all lessons from my home classroom via real-time video chats (FaceTime, WhatsApp, ooVoo, Skype), so your location is never a barrier to getting the help you need. No travel. No hassle. No worries about bad weather. Need to reschedule? Just send me a text, and I'll respond quckly.
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Hello, I am Chris www.*** I am a UCR and CSUSB alumni. I received my BS in 2010 and my MA in 2013 in Mathematics. I teach at the community college level and have taught high school was well. I have been teaching for about 5 years and have been tutoring for about 15 years. I have a master's in mathematics so I am well versed in all fields of math and also in statistics. Please contant me for any questions or comments you have.
I am currently and Mechanical Engineering student at UCLA and I can help students with STEM related subjects like Math, Physics, and Chemistry up to and including high school level.
Currently a College Junior majoring in Civil Engineering, can Teach anything in math ranging from basic math to pre-calculus.
I've been tutoring for 3 years and am comfortable tutoring any High School or AP level Mathematics or Economics.
I started tutoring when I returned to school, helping my classmates in my two math classes. I have worked mostly with at-risk students, most at the high school level, and some at the college level. I taught Algebra and Geometry for 1 1/2 years as a long term substitute teacher in a high school. While I loved teaching in the classroom, I much prefer the one-on-one relationship that tutoring provides. I want to be sure my students understand the concepts we are covering, not simply memorizing rules or steps just to find a solution. There is nothing more satisfying -- for tutor and student -- than when the "light" goes on and the student fully understands what he/she is doing!