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Alankritha

Learning should be fun. If you want that, ping me!

I am a Masters in Computer Science student looking to help students with their home works and assignments. Read more

Teaches 7 subjects


Anthony

Student Who Wants to Help and Inspire Others

I have always had a strong passion for learning. I want to use my passion and knowledge to inspire others to feel that same passion and start thinking differently about how they learn. I am firm believer in mastery of content, rather than memorization. My goal as a tutor is to get my students to completely understand and master the material they need to know. This mindset of mastery allows students to develop stronger academic foundations that they will carry them through harder classes in t... Read more


Greg

Computer Science, Math, Physics Tutoring

I've worked in the analytical software business for a number of years, and have trained software engineers for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. I have extensive practical experience with using math and science for software applications. I have run a software consulting business for over 15 years. I have taught computer science courses for CU/Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. I have B.S. degrees in computer science and physics from Colorado State University. So...why be a tutor? I... Read more


Donal

A Proven teaching methodology. Math/Computer programming (Java, C/C++)

My teaching methods consist of taking highly complex concepts and break them down into simple and understandable nuggets for my students consumption. No matter the degree of difficulty of the problem at hand, approach is what counts. I have taught math and computer science classes to students at all levels for well over 8 years. I am also a software engineer and has built several computer integrated systems over the years. I have published several highly regarded articles in the area of fract... Read more


Rahman

Skilled Engineering Undergraduate Specializing in Math

I am currently enrolled in undergraduate program in college studying Computer Engineering. I have over four years of private and public tutoring experience and I have mostly worked with elementary, middle school and high school students. I coach my students specifically Math courses like Algebra I, Algebra II, Advanced Algebra, Calculus I, Geometry and Trigonometry. I also work with students preparing for the SAT Math exam. In addition, I am also working at a tutoring center, where I am respo... Read more


Kevin

Using Creativity to Tailor Teaching Methods to Each Individual Student

I took Differential Equations at USF and got a B+ for the course. I had a professor that assigned tons and tons of book work so I have many hours of practice solving differential equations. I have two books which cover Differential Equations, so if you're having difficulties solving problems, I can show you different methods that perhaps your teacher and textbook may have not have explained to you properly. Read more


Nathan

Software Programmer and Web Developer

I'm Nathan, a freelance web developer and private tutor. I graduated from the University of Connecticut, where I studied Computer Science and taught college math through a peer tutoring program. I then became an online tutor for thousands of college students, from all over the world. Additionally, I worked for a small company as the lead software developer and now pursue my own projects with cloud computing. I have passion for learning technology. I'm proficient in a wide range of programm... Read more


Mark

Dedicated and Patient Tutor for Computers and Math

I am familiar with most programs on PCs and Macs and can tutor from the point of view of a user or of a programmer and designer. Programming languages I have a lot of experience with include HTML, Java, JavaScript, Visual Basic, ASP.net, VB.net, C, C++ and DOS batch files. User training can be on just about any program, since my approach is in the spirit of "teach them how to fish" as opposed to "give them a fish." In other words if you learn to figure out how to use a program, you can apply that knowledge to any program. Read more


Cherie

Patient and Knowledgeable Math Tutor

I graduated from Columbus State University in May, 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a minor in Computer Science. While I was at Columbus State, I was a Peer Instructor in Math 2 and College Algebra. Outside of class, I held group study sessions for the students that did not understand what the teacher had said. I also held test reviews to clarify any problems before the test. I also volunteered at a community center where I helped 4th graders with math. I love seeing the... Read more


Zach

Princeton Electrical Engineer tutoring in Math and Computer Science

I am a recent Princeton graduate that majored in electrical engineering with a minor in computer science. When I was very young, my family moved to Chile. After living there for almost seven years and becoming fluent in Spanish, my family moved back to the US. In high school, I competed in both an academic setting as the President of my high schools 'First Tech Challenge' robotics team and in an athletic setting as a competitive ski racer in the FIS circuit. Throughout High School I tutored s... Read more


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