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Jayden C.

Math and Physics Tutor

Math and Physics Tutor

$35/hour

  • 37 hours tutoring

About Jayden


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My experience with teaching or tutoring is limited as of now, but throughout my education I have helped my peers get better grades through semi-private "meetings" to help them prepare for a test. In fact, many of their grades increased significantly after I started helping them. Although I have limited experience, I really like helping others learn things that I know they can understand with the right guidance.

I currently have a 3.79 GPA as a math and physics major in college. I also scored...

My experience with teaching or tutoring is limited as of now, but throughout my education I have helped my peers get better grades through semi-private "meetings" to help them prepare for a test. In fact, many of their grades increased significantly after I started helping them. Although I have limited experience, I really like helping others learn things that I know they can understand with the right guidance.

I currently have a 3.79 GPA as a math and physics major in college. I also scored a 5 on the AP Calculus BC test after studying Calculus 1 and 2 on my own in my senior year of high school. My SAT score was a 1490 with a 780/800 on the math section. I also took the SAT Math II subject test and got a score of 770/800.

My completed college courses include Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics 3, Electricity and Magnetism, Classical Mechanics, Calculus 3, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Foundations of Mathematics. I am currently registered to take Intro to Quantum Mechanics, Optics, Abstract Algebra, and Topology in this up coming semester.

If you have any questions about me or what my schedule is like, feel free to contact me so I can answer those questions to give you a better idea of who I am and so we can work out meeting times ( my schedule may be different from my posted times as my work and school schedule change frequently). I look forward to speaking with you and potentially helping you learn!!!


Education

Stockton University
Physics, Mathematics

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Computer

Java

Java

I have taken two semesters of Java in college where I was at the top of my class with grades of over 100% in both semesters because of extra work I did or special optimization of my algorithms that my classmates could not achieve. I have programmed some animations in my spare time through base java (no special IDEs like Processing). I also have code that I would like to submit to Oracle which will allow programmers to receive a random enumeration (much like Random.nextInt() or Random.nextDouble()).

Corporate Training

Java

Java

I have taken two semesters of Java in college where I was at the top of my class with grades of over 100% in both semesters because of extra work I did or special optimization of my algorithms that my classmates could not achieve. I have programmed some animations in my spare time through base java (no special IDEs like Processing). I also have code that I would like to submit to Oracle which will allow programmers to receive a random enumeration (much like Random.nextInt() or Random.nextDouble()).

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Elementary Math

Throughout the years I have helped younger kids with their math homework while explaining why they should know what they were learning. Sometimes showing what the math can become is a good way to spark real interest in the subject among young people.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I first started Algebra on my own in 4th grade when I picked up an old recycled textbook. Currently at 20 years of age, I have practiced algebra for nearly 10 years. Algebra is also a topic that is widely used in my other areas of experience including advanced mathematics, physics, and java programming.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I use Algebra in all math in my physics classes or math classes. The math is more advanced, but Algebra is the core of all Mathematics. I also got two questions wrong on the math section of the SAT (780/800) which is mainly Algebra.
Calculus,

Calculus

I learned Calc 1 and Calc 2 entirely through Khan Academy in my senior year of high school, and I took the AP Calculus BC Test at the end of my senior year and achieved a score of a 5. This allowed me to take Calc III in the first semester of my freshman year of college and achieve a grade of an A.
Physics,

Physics

I took two years of physics in high school and have taken Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics 3, Electricity and Magnetism, and I a'm taking Optics and Intro to Quantum in this upcoming semester. I have received an A in every physics class except for E&M where I got an A-. Physics is my main area of study with aspirations of obtaining a PhD.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Precalculus lays the building ground for Calculus through more advanced algebra which I am proficient in. I am also proficient in Calculus which allows me to explain things in more depth (maybe introducing what each topic in Precalculus is leading up to).
SAT Math

SAT Math

I got two questions wrong on my SAT Math section (780/800) and can finish the math section with minutes to spare which allows time for going back and checking answers. There are subtle tricks that can be used on the math section if you know what the question is trying to ask from a conceptual perspective (i.e. what skill are they testing). My overall SAT score was 1490.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I first started Algebra on my own in 4th grade when I picked up an old recycled textbook. Currently at 20 years of age, I have practiced algebra for nearly 10 years. Algebra is also a topic that is widely used in my other areas of experience including advanced mathematics, physics, and java programming.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I use Algebra in all math in my physics classes or math classes. The math is more advanced, but Algebra is the core of all Mathematics. I also got two questions wrong on the math section of the SAT (780/800) which is mainly Algebra.
Calculus,

Calculus

I learned Calc 1 and Calc 2 entirely through Khan Academy in my senior year of high school, and I took the AP Calculus BC Test at the end of my senior year and achieved a score of a 5. This allowed me to take Calc III in the first semester of my freshman year of college and achieve a grade of an A.
Discrete Math,

Discrete Math

This past Spring semester I took Foundations of Mathematics which I got an A in. This is a proof class much like Discrete Math with many of the same topics covered (sometimes in more detail). We covered proofs, set theory, some number theory, and I have studied intro to Finite State Machines on my own, as well as The Pigeon Hole Principle. Since I have an extreme interest in programming, I can explain to students how Languages introduced when explaining Finite State Machines is extremely similar to the idea of Regex in coding.
Physics,

Physics

I took two years of physics in high school and have taken Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics 3, Electricity and Magnetism, and I a'm taking Optics and Intro to Quantum in this upcoming semester. I have received an A in every physics class except for E&M where I got an A-. Physics is my main area of study with aspirations of obtaining a PhD.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Precalculus lays the building ground for Calculus through more advanced algebra which I am proficient in. I am also proficient in Calculus which allows me to explain things in more depth (maybe introducing what each topic in Precalculus is leading up to).
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I got two questions wrong on my SAT Math section (780/800) and can finish the math section with minutes to spare which allows time for going back and checking answers. There are subtle tricks that can be used on the math section if you know what the question is trying to ask from a conceptual perspective (i.e. what skill are they testing). My overall SAT score was 1490.
Trigonometry

Trigonometry

I use Trig in almost every single one of my upper level Physics classes as well as my upper level Math classes. I've never taken a specific Trig class as my high school did not have on eon the advanced track I was part of. I learned Trig piece by piece through all of my other math classes without missing a beat.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I first started Algebra on my own in 4th grade when I picked up an old recycled textbook. Currently at 20 years of age, I have practiced algebra for nearly 10 years. Algebra is also a topic that is widely used in my other areas of experience including advanced mathematics, physics, and java programming.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I use Algebra in all math in my physics classes or math classes. The math is more advanced, but Algebra is the core of all Mathematics. I also got two questions wrong on the math section of the SAT (780/800) which is mainly Algebra.
Calculus,

Calculus

I learned Calc 1 and Calc 2 entirely through Khan Academy in my senior year of high school, and I took the AP Calculus BC Test at the end of my senior year and achieved a score of a 5. This allowed me to take Calc III in the first semester of my freshman year of college and achieve a grade of an A.
Physics,

Physics

I took two years of physics in high school and have taken Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics 3, Electricity and Magnetism, and I a'm taking Optics and Intro to Quantum in this upcoming semester. I have received an A in every physics class except for E&M where I got an A-. Physics is my main area of study with aspirations of obtaining a PhD.
Precalculus

Precalculus

Precalculus lays the building ground for Calculus through more advanced algebra which I am proficient in. I am also proficient in Calculus which allows me to explain things in more depth (maybe introducing what each topic in Precalculus is leading up to).

Science

Physics

Physics

I took two years of physics in high school and have taken Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics 3, Electricity and Magnetism, and I a'm taking Optics and Intro to Quantum in this upcoming semester. I have received an A in every physics class except for E&M where I got an A-. Physics is my main area of study with aspirations of obtaining a PhD.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I first started Algebra on my own in 4th grade when I picked up an old recycled textbook. Currently at 20 years of age, I have practiced algebra for nearly 10 years. Algebra is also a topic that is widely used in my other areas of experience including advanced mathematics, physics, and java programming.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I use Algebra in all math in my physics classes or math classes. The math is more advanced, but Algebra is the core of all Mathematics. I also got two questions wrong on the math section of the SAT (780/800) which is mainly Algebra.
Calculus,

Calculus

I learned Calc 1 and Calc 2 entirely through Khan Academy in my senior year of high school, and I took the AP Calculus BC Test at the end of my senior year and achieved a score of a 5. This allowed me to take Calc III in the first semester of my freshman year of college and achieve a grade of an A.
Physics,

Physics

I took two years of physics in high school and have taken Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics 3, Electricity and Magnetism, and I a'm taking Optics and Intro to Quantum in this upcoming semester. I have received an A in every physics class except for E&M where I got an A-. Physics is my main area of study with aspirations of obtaining a PhD.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I got two questions wrong on my SAT Math section (780/800) and can finish the math section with minutes to spare which allows time for going back and checking answers. There are subtle tricks that can be used on the math section if you know what the question is trying to ask from a conceptual perspective (i.e. what skill are they testing). My overall SAT score was 1490.

Test Preparation

SAT Math

SAT Math

I got two questions wrong on my SAT Math section (780/800) and can finish the math section with minutes to spare which allows time for going back and checking answers. There are subtle tricks that can be used on the math section if you know what the question is trying to ask from a conceptual perspective (i.e. what skill are they testing). My overall SAT score was 1490.

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excellent

We worked on a computer programming lab. He was very patient, helpful and knowledgeable. I would highly recommend to chose him as a tutor!

inactive, 1 lesson with Jayden

great

Jayden helped me understand some confusing topics in a very simple way. I like his flexibility and understanding and look forward to schedule another lesson.

Jhone , 7 lessons with Jayden

great

Jayden helped me understand some confusing topics in a very simple way. I like his flexibility and understanding and look forward to schedule another lesson.

Jhone , 7 lessons with Jayden

great

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Jhone , 7 lessons with Jayden

Excellent tutor

Jayden is fantastic tutor. I Did not know anything about API’S, however Jayden made sure he explained what an API Is and why they are used. He had a lot of patience with me. I would highly recommend him.

Stephanie, 1 lesson with Jayden
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