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I received my Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Physiology in 2018.
I have been tutoring students of various ages (mainly high school and university students) for over 4 years. I started tutoring Calculus I to college students as a senior in high school because I found I loved helping people understand material that they are struggling with by helping them learn a consistent and easy to understand method of doing any problem ... See more
I have over a decade of tutoring experience and have been tutoring in the Chicago area for three years. I have the experience and knowledge base to help you work through your difficulties in math or science
I was raised in a family of educators and realized the joys of sharing knowledge with others at a young age. I started tutoring and assistant teaching in 8th grade. I continued in this pattern into my years at Northwestern University with the ... See more
Hello! I have a Bachelors in Applied Mathematics with a minor in Biology from Illinois Institute of Technology, and I love to help others to succeed. Through my experience, I have seen how each student brings a different background and approach to the table, and as a tutor, I love to find new ways of presenting material that suits their unique learning style.
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I have been a TA for an introductory physics course at Iowa State University, so I have some professional practice assisting students, as well as several private clients over the past 5 years. Physics is a passion of mine, so if you're struggling, I'd love to help.
Summa Cum Laude graduate, over 6 years experience tutoring college level mathematics and more. I put my students first and cater to their individual learning style.
I have studied at Georgia Tech, The University if Texas-Austin, and Northwestern pursuing two bachelors degrees and two master's degrees in engineering and medicine. My passions in life are the environment, science, and helping others. It feels good to help people, and my favorite moment as a tutor is when students come to an understanding of something they had difficulty learning. Science helps students develop critical thinking, pattern recognition, and problem-solving skills that are used on a ... See more
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering. I have over 35 years of experience with teams and management in various industries where I used my math skills in a real-world environment, daily. I have also taught math to a variety of students including middle and high school kids, community college courses and many groups within their working environment. I am a patient teacher and see learning as a continuous process while having fun.
I am currently (mostly) a SAHM to two little boys. I am also the teacher aide in the nursery class at the Co-op school my sons attend. I have a background in Secondary Education & Mathematics. Before staying home, I was a teacher at Huntington Learning Center. I taught verbal & math to 1st-12th graders, one on one & in 4:1 group settings. I also tutored ACT in math & science. Privately tutoring & at Huntington I worked with students on the ... See more
I began tutoring younger kids professionally when I was in 9th grade. Since then I have tutored people anywhere from 8 years/old to adult looking to get their GED. I specialize in mathematics and basic C++. For new students, my first session usually starts off by you presenting the material and having you walk me through what you know. This gives me a great understanding of how you think, how you learn, and the best approach to teaching you. ... See more
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I have a Bachelors of Science in Engineering Mechanics with a minor in Technical Communication from the University of Wisconsin - Madison (Go Badgers!) I currently work as a Project Engineer for Wabtec Corporation and I design and develop engineered products for trains. I have a strong background in science, mathematics, engineering design, communication, computer science and finite element analysis. I am a creative problem solver that goes above and beyond to solve today's problems!
I've been working at my college's tutorial center for 2 years now and I really enjoy working with students and helping them to achieve understanding. I also tutor privately in my free time.
I just completed organic chemistry and helped many of my classmates along the way. Math and chemistry excite me and I love spreading that excitement to others.
Subjects I tutor include: cell and molecular biology, organic chemistry 1 and 2, calc 1 and 2, precalc, ... See more
There is nothing more rewarding than sharing what I have learned with a student. I have always enjoyed learning new things and really wanted to grow my understanding of the world.But I was not always as good a student as I've grown to be. Now every time I get to work with a student, I can see bright students who just need the right input or a bit of practice. The greatest reward is being able to teach ... See more
I am a software developer in the finance industry with a background in computer science and math. I also tutor students for math, science, programming, SAT/ACT/GRE, and piano/violin. I stress UNDERSTANDING over mindless memorization!
I have always been a self-studier in my entire life. Being able to learn with just books and your brain is a crucial skill to have! However, I know not everyone (and sometimes even myself) have the discipline and motivation to keep ... See more
I graduated from the University of Chicago with a BA in Economics this June. I have had over four years of tutoring experience, specifically with test prep (SAT, PSAT, TOEFL) and math (Elementary, Middle, High School Math & SAT, PSAT Math). All concepts, whether in math, grammar, or reading, can be taught in an exciting and fun way, and I try to incorporate that into my lessons. I also customize my tutoring plan and the way I teach to the level ... See more
My name is Olumide I am a Chemical engineer and I have 10 years of tutoring experience, back when I was in high school, I won the best prize in Mathematics and Further Maths, I have a broad and conceptual Knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and chemistry. My prized skill set includes my patience with my student and my ability to spice up my tutoring with a bit of fun and an in-depth knowledge of any coursework with the goal ... See more
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from Princeton University and was both a pre-medical student and a student-athlete. I have 3 years of extensive experience tutoring students. I love to learn new things and believe in incorporating that philosophy in my tutoring sessions. I hope to help you succeed in your upcoming academic endeavors, whether that's through helping with homework or learning how to prepare for the next big exam!
Currently work for a large financial institution in the Chicago Loop. I am looking to tutor any level student in any Math related subject. Scored a 740 (97th percentile) on the GMAT. Can tutor weekday nights after 7:00pm CT.
I am an international strategy and actuarial consultant with a strong math and business background. I completed a top-ranked MBA degree in Europe and Asia. I also hold a graduate degree in education and am a licensed teacher. I was a private tutor and college instructor for many years prior to starting my professional career. I'm now returning to tutoring and teaching as a "hobby" and aim to eventually obtain an adjunct role at an academic institution. I ... See more
Academic Degrees: Bacherlor of Science in Agronomy; Master of Science in Horticulture; Master of Landscape Architecture. 4-year's research assistant experience and 3-year's of teaching assistant experience. Good at plant identification and Chinese, and some basic science subjects.
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