...I try to pick up hobbies that keep my mind at work. In fact, I'm learned to solve rubix cubes right now. I picked up math at a very young age, skipping naptime in kindergarten to work on learning multiplication instead.
Union, NJView Tutor
...Engineering calculations often require calculating vectors, unknown angles, and using trigonometric functions to predict possible movement of a building. So I am very comfortable with the material because I use it often in my work. As an International Baccalaureate Program graduate and college graduate, I have researched, written, and put citations in many college level papers.
Jersey City, NJView Tutor
...I am currently teaching Precalculus at a local college, and I am available to work with you after school and on weekends. I am a recipient of The State University of New York Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching and Precalculus is a favorite subject of mine! I am an educator with 25 years of experience in teaching Algebra and higher levels of mathematics.
Greenwich, CTView Tutor
...I have a masters degree in math education and two semesters of experience teaching Precalculus at Northern Arizona University. It's not enough to be good at math (And if you aren't, don't worry. There's hope!). I have two degrees in mathematics and I can tell you that nothing I have learned in class since middle school is helpful on the SAT.
New York, NYView Tutor
I graduated from Oklahoma State with a degree in mathematics in December of 2010. We recently moved to the Parsippany area after being in Kansas City, where I tutored for five years. I love tutoring because it gives me an opportunity to help the student have confidence in themselves, which in turn flows into the rest of life.
Parsippany, NJView Tutor