To be sufficient in a subject is to be able to perform the problems assigned to you. To be proficient in a subject is to be able to perform any problem that could be assigned to you, or at least tackle them adequately. In our fast-paced society, more times than not, students are educated just to be sufficient in a subject. My intent as a tutor is to educate a student to master that subject -- to be proficient in ... See more
My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics abilities. After graduation, I was presented with the opportunity to join a network of USC alumni providing tutoring services to the surrounding community. Through this network, I began tutoring elementary and middle school students in their homes, gaining more subject experience and acquiring a ... See more
I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native language it's Spanish. I started tutoring when I was on my third year of college back in El Salvador. My dad (who's also a physicist) worked as a teacher for 40 years, I dare to say I inherited my passion for ... See more
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I’d love to mentor you or your child! With over 6 years experience tutoring math and science subjects for all grade levels, I am one of the highest rated STEM tutors in this region. I am currently taking a gap year before enrolling at Columbia University in the City of New York for my undergraduate studies in engineering and finance. I graduated high school at the top of my class with the toughest course load ... See more
Hi, I'm Shannon! I am currently pursuing a chemistry major at the University of Nevada, Reno. I've enjoyed math and chemistry ever since high school and still do. So far, I have taken general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, and a couple of other upper-level chem courses, and received A's. I have also enjoyed and excelled in math for most of my life. Specifically, I passed Calculus 1, 2, and 3 in college each ... See more
I have a bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Texas, a masters degree from SUNY Buffalo, and 10 years of experience in education. I've taught in 4 different countries around the world on 4 different continents. I've taught all of the following courses: Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Intro to Calculus, AP AB Calculus, and Economics. I enjoy seeing students grow and watching the light bulb go off when they have that ... See more
Hi. My name is Farhan. I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia in Canada pursuing a Bachelor of Science. I happen to be very fluent in speaking English and Gujarati and partially fluent in Swahili, Urdu and Hindi.
I taught GED Math and Science at a local community centre as a volunteer for four months and decided to join this network of tutors so that I can reach a larger audience to share with potential ... See more
I'm a junior and currently pursing a degree in engineering with dual minors in computer science and mathematics. I am passionate about math and like to attend math conferences as well as participate in my schools math club. I enjoy teaching and explaining things to others.
I have always enjoyed helping people learn and reach their goals. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience and additional experience teaching, coaching, and mentoring. Subject areas include: elementary through high school math and English, high school and college physics, computer skills, and GED test preparation. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in physics. Looking forward to working together!
For 30+ years (3000+ in person contact hours), I have tutored grades 6-12, college, and adult students in Physics & Math (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.).
He has BS/MS degrees in physics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and used math as a teacher for 6 years and STEM industry for 15 years. He models how to communicate attention to math details which empowers students to express their thoughts with more clearly too.
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Growing up, we all loved a good snow day, especially when you had a test or a tough assignment due. I used to go with every superstition, like wearing your underwear inside out when you go to bed. It was not the most comfortable, as underwear is generally meant to be worn the correct way for a reason, but I sacrificed for my fellow students. The best snow days were the “fear of snow” days. I lived somewhere that got maybe one good snowstorm per winter, so we did not have the best plows. That meant that even the threat of snow was enough to close schools early, even if the weather forecast did not come true in the end. That is not something you are going to find in Aurora, where snowfall is so regular that it can take over 20 inches of accumulation to cancel school. It has snowed as late as June 1st, which would have been awesome where I was from. Although, they probably would have had more plows.
In the case of Coloradans, you actually have to do the homework because the weather is not going to let you off the hook. What a ripoff. Luckily, you can make sure that you are always prepared with Calculus tutors in Aurora. They used to say that the only way to ruin your chances at a snow day was to expect it to happen and not do your homework, so maybe if Colorado students all get math tutors, you can prepare enough that the snow fairy will smile upon you with a snow day.
Working with an Aurora Calculus tutor makes sure that you are ready for any type of disaster, even if that comes in the form of an avalanche of math problems. You will be so well-prepared by your great Calculus tutor that you will never be desperate for a weather miracle again.
I have taught classes in pre-algebra, algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, and statistics at local colleges and universities. I have tutored students from a range of ages in a variety of courses. I have tutored high school students in AP Calculus and AP Statistics as well as assisting with ACT and SAT prep. I have tutored college students in calculus and statistics in addition to GRE prep.
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A scientist with over 10 years of laboratory experience, working in environmental industrial medical and research laboratory settings. Tutoring experience at SUNY Potsdam, SUNY Oswego, and Skidmore College. Library setting is preferred. Subjects General Chemistry, Pre-Calculus, and Environmental Science.
I grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland. I attended Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland. I went on to get my B.S. in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University with a minor in Chinese and I am now a structural engineer in Baltimore, Maryland with my engineer in training certificate.
It is my belief that every student has their own optimal way of learning that is unique to them and so with that I believe that there is no ... See more
I studied at USC and am finishing up my degree at SDSU and I have been tutoring since junior year in high school. Every since I was little, I have loved subjects like Math, Physics and Statistics so I decided to filter my passion into helping and tutoring others. I am sociable and easy to get along with, which makes tutoring sessions that much easier. Receiving a 32 on my ACT helps me excel as well at exam prep, showing ... See more
I'm a chemist and can help you become a chemist or at least pass your next test! I can help with anything from studying for a test, homework, lab reports, research project, etc. I've taught at all levels from general chemistry to advanced graduate courses (organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, materials, etc.). I love teaching and would love to help you learn chemistry today.
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Math can be an intimidating subject but I’m here to clear things up for you and hopefully make it a little more fun! I have a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Economics and can help with Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Trigonometry and most Calculus courses. I can also help you out with any entry level Econ class and with proofreading/essay writing.
I have a B.S. in Chemical Biology from UC Berkeley's College of Chemistry. I have helped many students understand and perform better in their coursework from high school to university level. My aim is to improve my student's understanding of each subject through direction and practice. My main specialties are in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Biochemistry. I can also teach Biology, Physics, English and Mathematics up to the AP level. I strive to help ... See more
Masters in Chemical Engineering with a focus in Biomedical Engineering Bachelors in Chemical Engineering (minor in Biomedical Engineering) Interests include Drug Delivery, Biotech, and Reactions Engineering
Hi my name is Austin Marrero and I have been tutoring for about 6 years. Part of my teaching experience comes from my time as a teaching assistant for chemistry, calculus, and physics courses as well as time I spent working at a student learning center. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in both chemical engineering in chemistry from the University of Minnesota.
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With Calculus tutoring in Aurora, young men and women alike can get help with their math skills on the way to a career in the tech industry. You might not directly use the formulas you learn with your private tutors, but math has been shown to promote critical thinking in the brain.
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Working with Aurora Calculus tutoring will give you skills far beyond just formulas and number crunching. When you are a strong math student, it can help your brain reach its full potential.