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Avery L. ...Doing so has allowed me to keep my geometry skills sharp and enhance my mastery over the subject. I am currently studying computer engineering at the University of Virginia, and I have completed all of the general math and science requirements, including physics. Since then, I have had regular practice with physics because I have tutored the subject for the past two years.
10 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
Annandale, VA
Yu L. Hello Students and Parents: My name is Yu and I have a master's in math from the University of Maryland, College Park. I have had almost a decade of tutoring experience in a variety of subjects and I've improved their grades by an average of a letter grade. My talent is taking apart complicated systems and breaking it down into easy-to-explain, simple parts.
24 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, ASVAB, reading
Potomac, MD
Jon M. ...I also received A's for each semester of the corresponding laboratory course, and I even received the Star of Excellence award, given to the top 1% of O-Chem lab students. The award was in part given because I received high marks on all the laboratory results/reports, and also because I correcte...
37 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, reading
Mc Lean, VA
Danilo R. ...I have also taught Physics and Electrical Engineering courses for both undergraduate and graduate students. These courses involved solving differential equations related to applications in physics and electrical engineering. As an undergraduate student in Electrical Engineering and Physics and as a graduate student, I took courses in mathematical methods for physics and engineering.
17 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, statistics
Gaithersburg, MD
Richard P. ...There is a graphing calculator approach to this, which I do cover, but it is not enough by itself. Unlike the situation for Algebra 1,it is hard to point to a single central topic in Algebra 2 as being the key to successful mastery of the subject. There are numerous topic areas that must be worked.
13 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Alexandria, VA

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