John P. - $60.00/hr - Annapolis, MD - View John P. >>

...I feel I am a very patient instructor, and I hope to take at least some of the mystery away in reference to statistics. I have always had an interest in mathematics, so I believe that is important to be able to communicate important principles and concepts. Through my undergraduate and graduate studies, I have spent many years as a student. (read more)
**18 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 2,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Statistics

Keith L. - $95.00/hr - Severna Park, MD - View Keith L. >>

...Regardless of your math ability, I can show you the easiest way to solve the difficult problems on the ACT exam. I have helped numerous students prepare for the ACT exam the past several years with great success. I always enjoyed helping my three children with their math homework as they grew up. (read more)
**15 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 2,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Calculus

Fei H. - $50.00/hr - Halethorpe, MD - View Fei H. >>

I have had long time experience to serve as a teacher and mentoring for undergraduates and adolescents. I taught calculus, linear algebra, probability and statics. I am eager to make your tutoring experience one that will cater to your needs with the objective of overcoming challenges by motivatin... (read more)
**14 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 2,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Statistics

Kevin S. - $45.00/hr - Hyattsville, MD - View Kevin S. >>

...Throughout my life, I have striven to replace "impossible" with "challenging" and "I can't" with "I'm working on it." These are the same ideal that bring to my tutoring sessions. As I tutor, I believe in setting goals with my students and work with them to constantly and consistently work to exceed it. I am a licensed math teacher, certified through Calculus. (read more)
**8 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 2,
Algebra 1,
Trigonometry,
SAT Math

Elizabeth T. - $110.00/hr - Washington, DC - View Elizabeth T. >>

...I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding! (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 2,
English,
Writing,
Calculus

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