Chandra T. - $40.00/hr - Silver Spring, MD - View Chandra T. >>

...I have tutored math and statistics and have been working as a biostatistician for over 15 years. I am able to tutor in multiple areas of math and statistics. I want to help your student to realize that they can tackle math and become a successful student of any math or statistics class. (read more)
**17 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Calculus,
Statistics,
Geometry

Arash S. - $80.00/hr - Washington, DC - View Arash S. >>

...I studied my high school and undergraduate studies in Iran and came to united states to pursue my education with full scholarship. I have been a teaching assistant at GWU for the past 4 years helping students with different topics in Civil Engineering. I have also tutored high school students and undergrads with their courses in math and physics. (read more)
**14 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Physics,
Calculus,
Geometry

Barry F. - $60.00/hr - Sandy Spring, MD - View Barry F. >>

...If you want to develop a clear understanding of physical and mathematical principles and their application, I am the tutor for you.Working consulting scientist and former adjunct professor at Drexel University and Villinova University in Pennsylvania. Work with advanced mathematical techniques a... (read more)
**18 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Physics

Mark O. - $120.00/hr - Leesburg, VA - View Mark O. >>

...Until now, math has been about numbers and shapes, and how they relate to one another. In **precalculus**, we continue to use the tools that got us this far, but we start dealing with the relationships among numbers (and shapes) as things in themselves. I have a degree in mathematics and loyal clientele that I helped through **precalculus** and now wants my help with calculus. (read more)
**19 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Calculus

Elizabeth T. - $150.00/hr - Washington, DC - View Elizabeth T. >>

...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! Students need to be able to think critically and creatively when they face a new problem. (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
English,
Writing,
Calculus

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