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Helen E. I completed a PhD in mathematics in 2011 and am currently a part-time math professor. I have 9 years of teaching experience and have taught Geometry, College Algebra (Algebra II), Mathematical Modeling, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, II, and Business Calculus. I've also worked in campus mat...
16 Subjects: including logic, ACT Math, algebra 1, algebra 2
$60.00/hr
Denton, TX
Naomi K. ...In addition to teaching, I have also done some private tutoring in Algebra I, Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, and Trigonometry. I look forward to helping you succeed in your math classes! While working on my masters degree at Sam Houston State University I taught college algebra and developmental math classes and have also tutored for these classes.
9 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, probability, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Denton, TX
Mikeal M. I graduated from Texas Woman's University (TWU), in December 2013 with my Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry with an American Chemical Society Certification. August of 2015, I received my Master of Science degree in Chemistry also from Texas Woman's University. I plan to pursue my Ph.D. in...
16 Subjects: including logic, GED, algebra 1, algebra 2
$45.00/hr
Denton, TX
Richard S. ...While going to school, I was a part time tutor at Sylvan Learning Center for all levels of Math. I also instructed a few SAT prep courses while at these locations. After graduating Texas Tech University with a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and English, and a Master's in Classical Studies, I went on to teach middle school mathematics at a small private school in Kerrville, Texas.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, elementary math, English
$65.00/hr
Aubrey, TX
Katheryn C. ...Far too many students believe that they are just "not good at math." This is not true. "Goodness" or "not-goodness" at math is not a genetic characteristic, it doesn't come from your parents, and it doesn't happen by magic. All it takes to be "good at math" is a little effort, a little time, a little help, and a lack of fear. So if I can help you, please, just let me know.
16 Subjects: including calculus, precalculus, probability, ACT Math
$35.00/hr
Aubrey, TX

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