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Math Tutor in Tehran - Mathematics Tutorials in Teheran, Iran

Math Tutor in Tehran - Mathematics Tutorials in Teheran, Iran


Normally the students are able to learn mathematics during their high school courses in the classes and they don't need private or group mathematics lessons. But it happens that for some reasons, a student needs more help from a private tutor to instruct the student how to solve mathematical problems and pass the final maths exams.


We are experienced teachers of mathematics graduated from high class universities in Iran and abroad and we know how to educate the students to learn mathematics and solve the mathematical problems. We teach in English and Persian languages. Please note that our teachers teach mathematics under the supervision of Dr. Peyman Nasehpour (pictured).

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Math Tutor in Tehran - Mathematics Tutorials in Teheran, Iran


Dr. Peyman Nasehpour was born in Tehran, Iran, 1974. He received his Bachelor of Science's Degree in pure mathematics in 1997 at the Mathematics Department of Shahid Beheshti University. In the second State Student Scientific Olympiad held in 1997, among 2836 participants, he stood in 12th place in the field of mathematics. In 1999, he obtained his Master of Science's Degree in commutative algebra branch of pure mathematics at Mathematics Department of University of Tehran. His first academic paper, M-cancellation ideals was published in 2000. 

Parallel to his academic studies in Iranian universities, from 1993 till 2004, he also worked on formal logic and philosophy of ordinary languages with Professor Abdollah Anwar in Tehran, Iran. 

In September 2006, Dr. Nasehpour moved to Germany to do his PhD in pure mathematics under the supervision of Prof. Winfried Bruns (mathematician and author of some famous books in algebra) and defended his PhD thesis on Jan 27th, 2011. Currently he teaches mathematics at Iranian universities in Tehran.