SamHi, my name is Sam. I'm a tutor who has a bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering from Northwestern University. I also have a Ph.D. in statistics from the University of Iowa. As a tutor, I'm able to assist you with a variety of math courses. Some of the work I've done in the past includes topics like trigonometry, calculus, algebra, and standardized test preparation. I believe that the best way to learn math is through a combination of repetition, revision, and recall. Through this tutoring method and customized lesson plans, I can provide my students with a unique academic opportunity, which may help them unlock more of their potential. If you think I can help you, get in touch with me.
Northwestern University - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering
University of Iowa - PHD, Statistics
SAT Writing and Language
LSAT Logical Reasoning
JohnI have a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Chicago State University. I am available to tutor in science and mathematics subjects. I worked in the field of chemistry from 1995 through 2009. After that, I worked in vehicle repair up until last year. Now I work as a substitute teacher in Georgia. I have decided to dedicate the rest of my life to helping others reach their academic goals. My next goal is to earn a teacher certification through Chicago State University. When I struggled to learn a subject, I became frustrated that I had no one to help me, which is one reason that I am now a tutor.
Chicago State University - Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
DanyelleMy name is Danyelle, and I have eight years of experience as an educator. I get a sense of pride from ensuring the students that I work with embrace learning and realize their goals. I'm looking forward to helping students in general elementary school subjects, English, English as a second language, and computer literacy.
Northern Illinois University - Bachelor of Education, Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
University of Central Oklahoma - Masters in Education, Special Education
Elementary School Reading