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(300) Electrical Engineering tutors for lessons, class and homework help

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Michael

Patient and Knowledgeable Math, Engineering, and Science Tutor

Hello, thank you for viewing my profile. I have over five years of experience tutoring students of various ages and backgrounds; including middle, high school, college, and returning adult students. I have worked for tutoring agencies, colleges, and privately. I am comfortable tutoring students one on one, or in groups. I focus on subjects related to Math, Engineering, and Science. The subjects I tutor are SAT Math, ACT Math, GRE Math, Prealgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalc... Read more


Elwood

Professional Engineer for Math and Physics

Need competent tutoring in math and physics? I am a professional engineer with tutoring experience in the Los Angeles School System. I can teach physics and math at any level. Physics and mathematics are difficult subjects. Get the Help you need. I can explain the material in ways that make sense.... Read more


Luis

Patient Tutor with Real-World and Academic Programming Experience

I am a third year PhD student in Computer Engineering with a track in Cyber Security at Rutgers University. In the past two years, I have either been a TA or a tutor for a programming methodology course that focuses on the fundamentals of the latest standards of C++. Previously, I have tutored for other undergraduate courses as well as the SAT (usually the math portion). I aspire to have a career in academia, pursuing a career as a professor with a healthy balance of both teaching and rese... Read more


Dale

Do you need professional technical training?

I started teaching in a technical high school 25 years ago. During that time I taught Freshman through Seniors. I taught in the electronics shop specializing in Digital Electronics (the 7 basic "Gates" through to building and repairing computers and building and programming mini robots). I also taught analog electronics as well. After 18 years I left the public school, and I now teach in a technical industrial environment and I love it. I teach people from all over North America and have foun... Read more


Martin

From Educator to Engineer

Hi, "My Turning Point Struggle with Math" I am Martin. I am an Electrical Engineer. When I started UNO, my ACT score placed me in remedial math. In my defiance of this placement, I received permission by the Dean to skip remedial math and take my first college algebra course. I ended up failing, having to retake, and failing again. The study skills I used in high school did not work at the university level and I was not as good at math as I thought I was. This was a crossroads for me. ... Read more


Dan

West Point Grad who Tutors to Build the Foundation for Success

I enjoy helping others succeed. As both a high school and college student, I balanced a demanding class schedule with athletics and other endeavors. I understood that grasping concepts were just as important as understanding how to get to the right answer. By knowing the concepts, when variations would arise, you can still solve them. That is the approach I take to tutoring. I hope to pass along knowledge of the concepts. I've instructed, coached, mentored, and trained a variety of in... Read more


Renny

A career education professional will expand your horizon.

I have dedicated most of my career to education, research, industrial training and academic management. I have been a full college professor for three decades, having served as Dean. But I have also been an international training consultant in the area of wireless cellular communications, having taught well over 1,000 hours of industrial and professional seminars in more than a dozen countries. I believe that, for tutoring to be successful, the tutor must first understand the student's cur... Read more


David

35 Years a tech, 25 years ago photographer

Hi there. I am a graduate of Norwalk State Tech, the predecessor of Norwalk Community College. In its day, it was a school known for its tough curriculum and tougher instructors. Mentioning this school opened a lot of doors early in my career. I have been working in the electronics industry since 1980 as a contractor. Contract technicians are expected to 'hit the ground running" and need little to no training. Aside from my subject matter at school, I was required to know how to think o... Read more


Christopher

Mobile Math Tutoring

I took this class initially at the beginning my senior year in high school, followed by taking physics in my junior year. I took two semesters of chemistry in college. I had a good professor who not only knew the material, but also was able to convey the material in a way that I was able to understand the concepts. Read more


Jerrett

Maximizer: Excellence, not average, is my measure.

I am an Electrical Engineer graduate from the University of Akron currently working as a network administrator. I have been tutoring middle school, high school and college students in math ranging from: basic math to Calculus III. I also taught a pre-engineering class for high school students for the Upward Bound program at the University of Akron from 2001 - 2005. I’m currently teaching a financial literacy class to 6th and 7th grade students at Emanuel Christian Academy and I am a “Seven ... Read more


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