Moinuddin M. - $50.00/hr - East Brunswick, NJ - View Moinuddin M. >>

...I take this as my responsibility that grades and scores of my students improve. And, I also try that my students develop interest in the subject I'm teaching them.I have two PhD degrees in Mechanical Engineering in which my research was primarily based on mathematical and computational modeling ... (read more)
**18 Subjects: **
including
Statistics,
Calculus,
GMAT,
Computer Programming

David Y. - $180.00/hr - New York, NY - View David Y. >>

...I have taught yoga classes as large of 48 students. As a professional speaker, I have delivered case competitions in college atmospheres and to Fortune 500 companies. I have delivered presentations and engaging topics to audiences as large as 800 people, including cutting edge research, similar to TED Talks. (read more)
**75 Subjects: **
including
Statistics,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Writing

Brian C. - $100.00/hr - Hicksville, NY - View Brian C. >>

...My hourly rate is a little on the high side but depending on the proximity of location and time of day, the rate can be adjusted down.I have a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering with a concentration in vehicle engineering and minor in electrical engineering from Cornell University and ... (read more)
**22 Subjects: **
including
Statistics,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Physics

Shannon B. - $75.00/hr - Bronx, NY - View Shannon B. >>

...I currently tutor under-resourced students at my university. I believe that working one on one or in small groups can make a significant difference in a student's understanding. I come to my sessions prepared and am always willing to take feedback from parents or students as to how I can improve. (read more)
**12 Subjects: **
including
Statistics,
Reading,
GRE,
Geometry

Jeff K. - $120.00/hr - Nutley, NJ - View Jeff K. >>

...I work at a private tutoring center, where one of my specialties is geometry. I know the geometry curriculum front to back, from lines and triangles to circles and quadrilaterals. I also specialize in what some consider to be the hardest part of geometry - logic, inductive/deductive reasoning and two-column proofs. (read more)
**21 Subjects: **
including
Statistics,
Calculus,
Physics,
Geometry

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