I have worked in the STEM field for the past thirteen years and have more than a decade of experience helping students achieve their learning goals through one-on-one and group instruction.
I hold a graduate degree in Human Nutrition and have extensive experience tutoring for various courses such as nutrition, biology, anatomy and physiology, chemistry, and statistics. As a longtime practicing RD I am also highly qualified to assist future dietitians with the CDR exam.
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I have a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience with minors in Psychology, Food and Society and Pre-Health Profession certificate from UT Austin. I have over 5 years experience in teaching and tutoring with students of all ages. I focus on providing techniques for students to develop their own critical thinking skills to applying to their work. I have deep understanding in applying social sciences into advance level neuroscience research. I hope to work as your tutor to develop your ... See more
I emphasize learning over grades
I have a Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from a top liberal arts college in New York. I then received my PhD in Neuroscience from Cornell. I have science at many grade levels, from middle school through college. I currently work as a Professor at a local college, and I am passionate about helping student learn STEM!
I've been fortunate enough to have spent the past 7 years helping students improve their understanding and confidence in a wide variety of subjects from rhetorical essays, innumerable computer software, math, research methods, and data analysis (statistics) to letters of intent, literary critiques, scientific writing, and dissertation consultations.
My methods are personalized and easy to understand even when tutoring very complex topics. I only include important components and avoid long-winded explanations. Students find my positivity to be uplifting ... See more
Although most of my jobs have revolved around the science and environmental field, I love nothing more then working with kids and young adults to help them reach their full potential. Being a good role model and educator to the kids I work with, is very important to me. I have always felt that education is the key to success. I personally worked 60 hours a week while attending college full time, to pay for my education as I went. ... See more
Available for tutoring in all high school level math and science courses.
Great to meet you, I'm Jesse. I'm not exactly your standard tutor. While most will drill you through problems, we will have a conversation, taking the time for you to develop an understanding of each concept from the ground up.
My students don't memorize; instead, they understand. I have extensive experience teaching Math and Statistics, both of which I hold minors in from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, along with my econometrics degree.
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I have over 10 years of tutoring experience, including 8 years at a small test preparation firms where I have enjoyed working with students to maximize academic success. I have tutored over one hundred private clients, as well as several group classes. In my time tutoring, I have developed a teaching style that stresses clarity, transparency, and accessibility through the use of techniques catered to an individual student’s method of processing and applying information. My method helps students to ... See more
I graduated from UCLA as a biochemistry major in June 2018. I have tutored students in all ages for more than 5 years. I am currently tutoring in all levels of math, going from grade math to college calculus and all the main sciences, biology (AP bio), chemistry (high school and college level), and physics (high school and college level). Korean is my native language and I love to tutor all age groups. I will create a curriculum that is ... See more
I have a bachelor's degree in Biology from UW-Madison and a Master's in Public Health with an emphasis in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from USC Keck School of Medicine. In addition, I hold a Master of Science in Applied Data Analytics - adding computer science, coding (Python, R) and engineering skills to my mathematical and analytical chops :). I'm happy and excited to work students of all ages in the introductory and moderate level math and sciences. I'm ... See more
As an individual who attended four years of medical school in the United States, I feel confident I will be able to tutor you in an effective, efficient, and enjoyable manner to help you reach your highest academic goals!
To briefly share my background, I am a fourth year medical student who graduated with an English degree from Rutgers University in 2008. I have a broad experience teaching students of all ages and backgrounds a wide range of ... See more
I am Michael Aylesworth, a retired engineer/entrepreneur and a High School Math and Science Teacher. I have a Master of Arts in Teaching degree which gives me a keen approach to instruction. I am a certified and teacher in Washington with endorsements in Physics, Mathematics, and Earth and Space Science. My Bachelor of Science in General Science and Associates in Science serve to highlight my broad base in Biology and Chemistry, and my primary focus of Mechanical Engineering culminated ... See more
I have been helping students of all abilities learn how to succeed since 1985. My experience teaching and developing college writing and literature courses, tutoring in a university writing center, helping found another and serving for over a decade as director of an after-school non-profit learning lab providing academic support in all subjects for high school students has enabled me to develop a variety of programs, strategies, courses and workshops designed to help students from all walks of ... See more
Willing to meet online or in-person. Willing to conform to any COVID rules you wish to use!
Professional Evaluators RAVE about Phil Campbell! ;'/
“I have taken statistics as an undergraduate and graduate student. I have also used statistics in my doctoral dissertation. I have evaluated several statistics teachers over the years. Most teachers teach statistics as very “cookbook-like” ... Phil was able to do what I had never seen done before. Phil provides students with huge overarching themes and ... See more
Hello! I graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.S. of Bioengineering in 2016, and I graduated from University of Cincinnati with a M.S. of Physiology in 2019. In particular, I have experience tutoring STEM subjects such as chemistry, biology, and mathematics.
When I was in high school, I realized that I really love to teach. Simply passing on knowledge to another peer feels absolutely amazing because it shows that you really know the information. I am hoping that I will be able to get you to that point after helping you learn the material. I graduated as the valedictorian of my high school and received admissions to many prestigious schools around the country, but due to financial reasons I decided to ... See more
Hello there, I am a postdoctoral research associate in Biogeochemistry and Environmental Science. I got my doctoral degree in analytical chemistry in 2016. I am here to help you with scientific and academic writing, making poster, power-point presentations (build up class projects), and anything related to Environmental science study, Chemistry study, Agricultural science, and more. Let me help you to be an excellent scholar in your study and research area.
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I am a professional essay writer with over ten years of experience in the academic writing industry. I dedicate myself to delivering the best essays anchored on my main professional pillars of observing deadlines, quality, originality, and authenticity. I have also worked as a part-time college tutor, and therefore, I know what examiners look for when marking different types of papers. The experience that I have gathered over the years enables me to handle various subjects with ease. I ... See more
I'm Ming. I recently graduated summa cum laude from SUNY Geneseo with a B.S. in Biochemistry. I’m in my gap year before entering medical school. I want to do something meaningful and non-medically related besides going to the interviews. Tutoring seems like an obvious choice for me because I truly enjoy sharing my knowledge and experiences with others in academics, volunteering, and research.
I learned in-depth math and science knowledge in China until the age ... See more