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Theodore M. Intelligent, well-qualified engineer ready to help you succeed! I have my degree in Mechanical Engineering, having graduated with a 3.95 GPA on a 4.0 scale. I received an A in all my Mathematics and Physics-based courses (including Calculus, trigonometry, physics and statistics) and was routinely the top student in my class.
22 Subjects: including Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Statistics
$89.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Margaret Mary W. ...When I taught in college, I had to set time for students to see me for consultation, which meant being open for students to make further inquiries or clarifications outside the classroom time. Consultation hours were also part of the time that I put in on a weekly basis. Although students don't take an hour to see me, I was flexible whenever there were students who needed me beyond the time.
5 Subjects: including Calculus, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry
$65.00/hr
San Ramon, CA
Oswaldo H. ...In addition, I have worked as a mathematics tutor for the Math Lab at City College of San Francisco. In college, I took lots of math, physics, geology, and engineering classes, which allowed me to obtain a strong background in science and mathematics. Having a good understanding on these subjects and working in the field allows me to help students better.
10 Subjects: including Calculus, Physics, Geometry, Algebra 1
$50.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Rogelio B. I used to teach EE, Differential Eqn., Advanced Eng'g Math and some computer subjects in different colleges/universities in the Philippines. I am a licensed Electrical Engineer there. I also passed the Engineer-in-Training Exam (Fundamentals of Eng'g) of California with just one try, and without attending any review classes.
6 Subjects: including Calculus, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Differential Equations
$50.00/hr
South San Francisco, CA
Hamid D. ...I have taught calculus at college level. Calculus might be challenging for High School students and that's a good thing. It is easier to learn to think efficiently at younger age and the skills will stay longer sooner it is learned.
8 Subjects: including Calculus, Physics, Algebra 1, Algebra 2
$50.00/hr
Hayward, CA

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