Carlos H. - $60.00/hr - Washington, DC - View Carlos H. >>

...This course work has given me a good solid knowledge base which over time has come in very useful, specially when I studied for the GMAT test for grad school. More recently, I helped a friend prep for GMAT math which contains some probability and statistics questions. I've been good at math ever since I can remember. (read more)
**14 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Algebra 1,
SAT Math,
Algebra 2

Sean B. - $45.00/hr - College Park, MD - View Sean B. >>

...I have learned and tutored additional discreet math topics in my undergraduate career including but not limited to graph theory, proofs, basic number theory and even some basic Combinatorics. My first term of graduate studies at the University of Maryland I was lucky enough to be a TA for differential equations. I know this subject material very well. (read more)
**26 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Calculus,
Physics,
Statistics

Kwema L. - $35.00/hr - Beltsville, MD - View Kwema L. >>

...My specialty areas are project management, Microsoft Office and English literature. I have a Bachelorâ€™s degree from University of Pennsylvania in Math and English (double major) and a Masterâ€™s degree in Computer Systems Management from University of Maryland. If you are willing to work, I am willing to work with you. (read more)
**11 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Statistics,
ESL/ESOL,
Microsoft Excel

Jennifer W. - $30.00/hr - Bowie, MD - View Jennifer W. >>

...It is also gratifying to watch a student progress to solving linear equations, inequalities, systems of equations, and then quadratic equations by various methods, including graphing, substitution, elimination, completing the square, and by using the quadratic formula. I understand that each stu... (read more)
**41 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Chemistry,
English,
Spanish

Christianna T. - $50.00/hr - Washington, DC - View Christianna T. >>

...As a teacher, I am responsible for teaching students how to engage material and each other while they learn how to learn and think. In my opinion undergrad is where you learn how to learn, while graduate school is where you learn how to think. Therefore, the teaching style, degree of difficulty, and expected autonomy is different for these two outcomes. (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Calculus,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2

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