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(10) Private GRE Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Alachua

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Richard

Encouraging, Supporting, and Personalizing Your Learning

I completed a Differential Equations course, MAP2302, at UF with an A. I am fluent in solving first order linear ordinary differential equations and first order non-linear ordinary differential equations using the techniques of separation of variables, exactness, and integrating factors. I am also fluent in solving second order linear ordinary differential equations using homogenous equations, the Wronskian, the Laplace transform, and power series. Read more


Camilo

Amazing way to teach physics, statistics and calculus

My experiences as a teacher and tutor come from the final year of my bachelor program. I had the chance to work as an assistant student in 3 Physics courses. This chance was really helpful to improve the skills that I had been learning during the 5 year bachelor program. It was the first time I felt that I can help a lot sharing my knowledge with other students, but sharing knowledge in a good way, working hard and encourage students to do not give up and do their best to obtain the maximum g... Read more


Stephen

Tutor of Math, Physics and Engineering ... available online

Microsoft Project ... I have used MSP for many professional projects over the years including factory relocations, new product introductions and capital improvement projects. I find it best used by starting out with the team to define the work elements gaining agreement on timing amount of work required. Project is very handy for keeping track of issues and communicating both to the next level of management and to the team members. It can be as simple or as complicated as desired. The Gantt and Pert chart options are nice too giving easy ways to determine critical paths for different options. Read more


Robyn

College math levels, ACT prep, SAT prep

Hello, I'm Robyn and I am 28 and have a passion for mathematics. I have taken algebra, precalculus, calculus 1, 2, and 3 and have my associates degree from Santa Fe College in Mathematics. I work full time and have an additional part time job and teaching is a true passion of mine. It started as an interest to just help people who I worked with if they were taking math classes and had questions, but then several different coworkers had suggested the idea that I tutor as they knew my passion ... Read more


Ivan

Physics, Math, and Geology Graduate and Former Teaching Assistant

Hi, I'm Ivan! I recently graduated CU Boulder with a Master's in geology (and a concentration in geophysics), and graduated UF cum laude with a Bachelor's in math and physics, and a minor in geology. During graduate school for two years, I taught undergraduate classes in physics as a teaching assistant, which I found rewarding and developed my skills in communicating complex quantitative concepts to students. I place a strong emphasis on rigor, but facilitate students' understanding throug... Read more


Chengxia

PhD tutor in Math/Physics

Hi, I'm currently working towards my PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Florida (UFL). Before joining UFL, I worked as a teaching assistant in Rutgers University, NJ for two undergraduate courses. I have 4 years teaching experiences and my specialized area is Math and Physics. After studying with me, some of my students have successfully entered Top Ranking universities, such as University of Pennsylvania and University of Florida. From my experiences, some s... Read more


Elizabeth

Patient math/stats tutor with Ph.D. in Psychology

I have a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and a love of math and statistics. I currently work at Santa Fe College as an adjunct Psychology instructor. I have taught undergraduate Psychology courses at Yale, Iowa State University, and SF. In high school and during undergraduate study, I was a tutor in math and psychology as well. I took AP Calculus in high school and have always excelled in mathematics. I received my bachelor's degree from Purdue University in Psychology, with minors in Sociolog... Read more


Barbara

Hi! I am a bilingual (English/Spanish) scientist!

Hi, I am a biomedical researcher at the University of Florida. I earned my PhD in Biomedical Sciences (Neuroscience and Genetics) and my Bachelor's in microbiology from the University of Florida. I have tutored biology, microbiology and genetics at the high school and undergraduate levels. Aside from my extensive education in the subject, I am very patient, which I think is key in being an effective tutor. I love finding different ways to help students "get it" in a way that works for them - ... Read more


Lisdelys

Certified Electrical Engineer and experienced tutor

Ms. G. is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering with a specialization in computer systems at the University of Florida. She was employed as a Teaching Assistant for Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Test I, Radio-Frequency Electronics and Digital Logic at the University of Florida. She has also been a free-lance STEM tutor in the past. Before attending graduate school, Ms. G. worked as a Test Technician at SpinCore Technologies. She also completed a Technical Engin... Read more


Kathryn

Language and communication, natural and easy.

Tutoring is serious fun for me. I have just returned from living and working for two years in Moscow, where I tutored Russian students of all ages and at all levels in English as a foreign language. I also taught classes for Language Link Russia, the biggest (and most prestigious) language school in Moscow. There, my students were adults, and I taught all levels of English, including Advanced Business English. Before going to Russia, I was an adjunct college professor for about ten years, t... Read more


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