...I have been programming since about 2008. C++ is the language of choice in almost all of my college level classes. Also, a good solid understanding of C++ allowed me to better understand how computer programs work at a low level, and how other popular languages work as well.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...In addition to teaching part-time at local colleges and universities, I have a Bachelor's degree in chemistry with a minor in biology from Boston University and a Ph.D. in chemistry from The Scripps Research Institute. I enjoy tutoring calculus because it has so many real-world applications; for example, in physics, engineering, and economics. Calculus is also a required premedical course.
Rockville, MDView Tutor
...While I was in college, I was a professor's assistant for 3 years in a calculus class, which included me lecturing twice a week and working one-on-one with students. Upon graduating, I taught high school math (courses were College Prep, Algebra II, and Geometry), but I am well versed in high-lev...
Ashburn, VAView Tutor
I am a Yale graduate with extensive experience tutoring at middle school, high school and college levels. I particularly enjoy teaching calculus and statistics. Right now, I have space in my schedule for one more regular student on weekends, so I'm looking for someone to help out!
Hyattsville, MDView Tutor
...I have read and studied several poker books and play professionally at low limits. I completely understand how to calculate pot odds when determining whether or not it is proper to make a bet when you are still waiting for a card on the turn or river to complete a flush or straight. I have been teaching Mechanical Engineering at the college level for 36 years.
Severna Park, MDView Tutor