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Jeremy E.

Mathematics, Programming, Physics, and Guitar

Mathematics, Programming, Physics, and Guitar

$50/hour

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I always thought I'd retire at age 40 and fall back into a teaching role. It doesn't look like that's going to happen anytime soon. However, I still wish to pursue teaching in some fashion, and tutoring fits into my schedule well. I have tutored several people on the side during my free weekend time. Now, I'm looking to increase the quantity of students that I tutor, and reach a broader audience

I hold a MS in Applied Physics and have taught two Calculus classes at a local community...

I always thought I'd retire at age 40 and fall back into a teaching role. It doesn't look like that's going to happen anytime soon. However, I still wish to pursue teaching in some fashion, and tutoring fits into my schedule well. I have tutored several people on the side during my free weekend time. Now, I'm looking to increase the quantity of students that I tutor, and reach a broader audience

I hold a MS in Applied Physics and have taught two Calculus classes at a local community college. I also tutored while I was in college, and now I enjoy tutoring on the side. I'm extremely well-versed in the subjects I indeed tutor on Wyzant.

I've always enjoyed and been fascinated by mathematics. I recall clearly first learning to subtract and then multiply. As a child, I would multiply 15 digit number together just because I could.

Math has always come second nature to me, and I have never really taken notes. Only the highest levels of collegiate mathematics stretched me enough that I needed to write anything down.

When I read a book, it's generally mathematics related. I create math quizzes at work for others to try, but sadly few people enjoy mathematics the way I do. If you're looking for someone passionate and able to grasp mathematics, look no further.

Physics was my declared major from freshman day 1 in college and I never changed it. I had a great experience in high school with physics and never looked back. Perhaps I enjoy the mathematics aspect of physics as it is just applied mathematics, but the tie to the real world is amazing. Physics can describe everything that occurs in our reality.

I have programmed in one way or another since around 1997. Beginning with the TI-82 calculator's minimalistic programming interface and instructions, I quickly found that I had a knack and love for programming. After C, C++, and a few other languages, I ended up using VB6 in many physics courses. After the courses were complete, I was unsatisfied with what I had learned so I dug deeper. I took programming into my after hours and hobbies and haven't looked back.

I've kept up with VB as it's grown. from VB6 to .NET and now up to version 2015. Programming these days is very complicated compared to what it was 20 years ago. There's so much overhead to learn, and I can help with that. There's so many questions to ask and, while google is indispensable, a real human to talk to helps a great deal.

I am friendly yet serious about what I do. I am kind, yet without pushing the students to learn, nothing is gained. I thoroughly enjoy the subjects I tutor and will help you every way I can.


Education

Appalachian State University
physics
Appalachian State University
Masters

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Business

Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

Whenever there are Excel issues, particularly with VBA/macros, I am always the go-to individual. I have used excel since the 95 edition. I've learned VBA along with my VB6 and .NET experience. I have taught excel classes are multiple work locations.
GRE

Computer

Computer Programming,

Computer Programming

I have been programming since around 1997. I program constantly, at home and at work. I know a plethora of computer programming languages.
General Computer,

General Computer

Max speed of 116. Taught myself to type and have worked with computers my whole life.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

Whenever there are Excel issues, particularly with VBA/macros, I am always the go-to individual. I have used excel since the 95 edition. I've learned VBA along with my VB6 and .NET experience. I have taught excel classes are multiple work locations.
SQL,

SQL

8 years of use
Visual Basic

Visual Basic

I have programmed in VB since 2003 from VB6 up to VB.NET 2015. i have created my own CNC machine writing all the code from complete scratch using a Mitsubishi FX3U PLC and custom VB.NET code. I have used VB for a multitude of functions including RS232/ethernet communication, custom classes, DLLs, windows API, ActiveX objects, A/D, registry, audio processing, FFT, etc.

Corporate Training

General Computer,

General Computer

Max speed of 116. Taught myself to type and have worked with computers my whole life.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

Whenever there are Excel issues, particularly with VBA/macros, I am always the go-to individual. I have used excel since the 95 edition. I've learned VBA along with my VB6 and .NET experience. I have taught excel classes are multiple work locations.
SQL

SQL

8 years of use

Homeschool

Calculus,

Calculus

I was the only person in the history of my high school to skip precalculus and go straight to calculus (I had bad advice and signed up for Alg II instead of Precalc). I obtained a 5 on the AP test. I took Calc II and Calc II my freshman year at ASU - enjoyable. I was 60% through an MA at ECU in math, but changed jobs and had to quit. 4.0 for all of my graduate career. I have also taught calculus classes at a local community college.
Physics,

Physics

I've enjoyed physics and math since high school. I took both physics and AP physics in high school; I obtained a 4 on the AP test. My degree is an MS in Applied Physics (engineering based). I have tutored physics in college.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

I skipped precalculus by taking a placement test. I found the test refreshing but not particularly challenging. I did not prep for any test that I took on here and have passed them all so far.
Geometry, SAT Math

Math

Calculus,

Calculus

I was the only person in the history of my high school to skip precalculus and go straight to calculus (I had bad advice and signed up for Alg II instead of Precalc). I obtained a 5 on the AP test. I took Calc II and Calc II my freshman year at ASU - enjoyable. I was 60% through an MA at ECU in math, but changed jobs and had to quit. 4.0 for all of my graduate career. I have also taught calculus classes at a local community college.
Physics,

Physics

I've enjoyed physics and math since high school. I took both physics and AP physics in high school; I obtained a 4 on the AP test. My degree is an MS in Applied Physics (engineering based). I have tutored physics in college.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

I skipped precalculus by taking a placement test. I found the test refreshing but not particularly challenging. I did not prep for any test that I took on here and have passed them all so far.
ACT Math, Geometry, Probability, SAT Math, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Calculus,

Calculus

I was the only person in the history of my high school to skip precalculus and go straight to calculus (I had bad advice and signed up for Alg II instead of Precalc). I obtained a 5 on the AP test. I took Calc II and Calc II my freshman year at ASU - enjoyable. I was 60% through an MA at ECU in math, but changed jobs and had to quit. 4.0 for all of my graduate career. I have also taught calculus classes at a local community college.
Physics,

Physics

I've enjoyed physics and math since high school. I took both physics and AP physics in high school; I obtained a 4 on the AP test. My degree is an MS in Applied Physics (engineering based). I have tutored physics in college.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

I skipped precalculus by taking a placement test. I found the test refreshing but not particularly challenging. I did not prep for any test that I took on here and have passed them all so far.
Geometry

Music

Guitar

Guitar

I have been playing guitar since Oct 31, 1999. I can play almost any song i like save the super fast ones. I have several videos on youtube. If you are interested in seeing them, please contact me and I will share the links.

Science

Physics,

Physics

I've enjoyed physics and math since high school. I took both physics and AP physics in high school; I obtained a 4 on the AP test. My degree is an MS in Applied Physics (engineering based). I have tutored physics in college.
Astronomy, Physical Science

Summer

Calculus,

Calculus

I was the only person in the history of my high school to skip precalculus and go straight to calculus (I had bad advice and signed up for Alg II instead of Precalc). I obtained a 5 on the AP test. I took Calc II and Calc II my freshman year at ASU - enjoyable. I was 60% through an MA at ECU in math, but changed jobs and had to quit. 4.0 for all of my graduate career. I have also taught calculus classes at a local community college.
Physics,

Physics

I've enjoyed physics and math since high school. I took both physics and AP physics in high school; I obtained a 4 on the AP test. My degree is an MS in Applied Physics (engineering based). I have tutored physics in college.
GED, Geometry, SAT Math

Test Preparation

ACT Math, GED, GRE, SAT Math

Examples of Expertise


Jeremy has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering 87 questions submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

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Excellent Excel Session

Jeremy gave me clear and simple instructions for learning to create multiple tables from a work list that is the center of my work. He was able to communicate the steps in a way I could understand easily. I would highly recommend Jeremy to anyone needing an Excel tutor.

Karen, 3 lessons with Jeremy

Very good tutor

Thank you, Jeremy, for helping me with VBA. You are very patient and thorough in your explanations. I look forward to the next lesson.

Justin, 2 lessons with Jeremy

Patient VB Wizard

Jeremy is a visual basic wizard! Knocked out all of the quirks in my code! I've already scheduled my next session with him!!! He was able to expertly navigate me through my problem. A huge weight off my shoulders!

Megan, 7 lessons with Jeremy

Beginner VBA help

I'm a new VBA student and Jeremy did a great job of explaining the issues with my coding and helped me correct it. He also gave me a couple of pointers to help me out overall. Thanks so much.

Lee, 7 lessons with Jeremy
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$50/hour

Jeremy E.

$50/hour

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