...I have been a professor for roughly 10 years. I am one class shy of a minor in math. I have taught mathematical methods for physics - a course which is highly intensive on differential equations.
Falls Church, VAView Tutor
I have three degrees in chemistry, including a Ph.D. Chemistry, also known as ?the story of the electron,? is like a conduit carrying the logic of math and physics into a more applied and creative space. Chemistry is so fundamental to our lives that nearly every product around you was either grown or synthesized through a chemical process.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...I have a Ph.D. in chemistry with a strong background in mathematics. I have a Ph.D. in chemistry and a strong background in physics and mathematics up to differential equations and linear algebra. I am a patient instructor and am good at identifying areas in which students need extra help.
Rockville, MDView Tutor
8 years tutoring calculus as a student in college as well as AP calculus after graduation. I've tutored this subject in the past, it was a core part of my Computer Science and Mathematics degree coursework. Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Number Theory more than cover the basics of proofs and fundamentals covered in discrete math.
Arlington, VAView Tutor
...I have also taught many kids, my own and many of my friends' kids, and have developed a friendly, non-intimidating style that works well with many kids. Finally, I have a chess library of several dozens of books, videos, and software, all of which I would be happy to bring to tutorials. Chess is a great game and I enjoy introducing kids to its intricacies.
Mc Lean, VAView Tutor