...My bachelors and master degrees are in physics and I've studied and worked with calculus and math a lot. During my 6 years of university education I taught calculus and math to math and physics students, many of them who were studying for SAT math. Most of them are successful and did achieve high scores on their tests. (read more)
...I started tutoring algebra, geometry, and trigonometry since high school time. I desire to pass my passion for mathematics to those who are willing to take challenge.In Algebra II you will learn the relation of functions and graphs, inverse function, and operation of functions. SAT is a review of what you learn in high school. (read more)
...Further, I will help you to improve your study and test taking skills. Current Policies:
1.Tutoring times: Monday-Friday 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm and Sundays 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
2.First Meeting: I require first meeting to be in a public setting, like a library, school, coffee shop, etc.High school Chemistry (grades 9-12).
AP Chemistry. General Chemistry 1 and 2 for undergraduates. (read more)
...Learn how to analyze what it is you are doing so that you apply it to all sorts of situations. Learning HOW to think is much better than learning WHAT to think. I'd be an outstanding math tutor because the money is not the only reason I tutor. (read more)
...I also have a fair amount of experience with Differential Equations from my TA days. I have taught Business Calculus at VCU for about 20 years (with occasional gaps) as well as a section of Calculus III (Multivariate) one summer. Additionally I taught sections of dual enrollment Business Calculus, Calculus I, and Calculus III at Maggie Walker over a several year period. (read more)