...I find that sessions of about 90 or 120 minutes (depending on the student) tend to be optimal in length - longer tends to lead to fatigue and less efficient time spent. I can travel to you or tutor in my home or at a local library.I have a PhD in physics and have been a professor of physics for a decade. I have tutored physics for nearly 20 years.
Silver Spring, MDView Tutor
...I have developed a number of methods for getting students past this barrier. I have picked up some of these methods from full time Chemistry teachers, and have developed others myself. Seeing students gain confidence in doing this is one of the real pleasures of tutoring.
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
...I look forward to hearing from you soon and being your tutor! Additional Background Information: I am currently working as a Civil Engineer for a large engineering consulting firm. Having graduated with a B.S. degree from RIT I have completed math courses up to and including Deferential Equations and science courses up to and including College Physics II.
Temple Hills, MDView Tutor
...I am currently a Research Economist for the Applied Economics Office in the Engineering Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. I have more than seven years experience tutoring both Mathematics and Economics. I have also served as a pre-calculus Instructor and a SAT Prep Instructor for Purdue University's Minority Engineering Program Academic Boot Camp.
Greenbelt, MDView Tutor
I have a Masters Degree from University of Maryland College Park and a GRE score of 800/800 on the quantitative(math) part. I also have more than four years of college teaching experience. I have many years of experience tutoring All levels of math, including calculus and the math part of the SAT, GRE & GMAT tests.
Arlington, VAView Tutor