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Katie B. ...I also worked in the mathematics learning center as a tutor at one of the colleges I attended. I am very excited to share the knowledge I have acquired so far with my students!I have been tutoring all levels of mathematics for over 10 years. Most recently, I worked with New York Cares and Kaplan as a math SAT tutor and prepared small groups of high school students for their May SATs.
15 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, SAT math, ACT Math
$65.00/hr
New York, NY
Steven S. ...I try to bolster student confidence with positive reinforcement whenever possible. Finally, I believe relating the subject matter being taught to their everyday experience helps to keep students interested. I graduated from Columbia University in 1986, and earned a PhD. in Sociology from Binghamton University in 1999.
19 Subjects: including geometry, reading, algebra 2, SAT math
$85.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
James B. ...My course study was mostly using the GNU compiler compiler on Unix. I have used it to develop stock trading simulators for the finance industry. This was in Microsoft Visual C++. I used C extensively in my undergrad and graduate studies while studying Computer Science at Rutgers.
32 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, trigonometry
$30.00/hr
Colonia, NJ
Charles B. ...I am an Adjunct Professor of Physics at Farmingdale State College. Additionally I can integrate calculus with trigonometry and geometry. As an Adjunct Professor in College Physics, I know that Trigonometry is used extensively to solve real world physics problems.
16 Subjects: including geometry, physics, statistics, calculus
$70.00/hr
Garden City, NY
Joseph B. ...I emphasize the technical nature of mathematical language so that students understand rules and principles and the conditions under which they hold. This eliminates the confusion and frustration of applying rules to situations in which they are not applicable. Can you imagine the confusion of applying the Pythagorean Theorem to triangles other than right-triangles?
3 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, SAT math
$60.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY

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