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I use calculus every day in my own research, and love using it. I really enjoy sharing my passion for calculus with students. It is very satisfying to help a student finally understand a difficult concept for the first time. I have taken enough math credits at the University of Michigan to obtain an M.S. in Mathematics along with my Electrical Engineering PhD, and I have lots of prior experience tutoring in calculus. Hi everyone! My name is Matthew. If you are looking for a tutor in mathematics, I'd love to work with you. I graduated first in my class (Summa Cum Laude) from Ohio University [more]

I have completed Calculus I, II, III, and IV and earned As in all courses. I regularly apply calculus principles to real world applications, such as in financial modeling of derivatives. I have worked with many students in various calculus courses and have helped them achieve a better understanding of the fundamental calculus concepts underlying the problems you encounter. My passion for math and engineering ensures I will find the best possible method to convey these important, albeit often difficult, concepts of Calculus! [more]

I have a Master's degree in Biostatistics and a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, with an emphasis in Secondary Education. I currently work full-time as a statistician in health services research. I have been tutoring math at the college and high school level for four years. I have a wide range of strategies to help students succeed who are struggling in the classroom, or who just need someone to help explain a homework problem or two. My main strength is helping with conceptual understand... [more]

I have been working as a substitute school employee for almost sixteen years. I enjoy working with youths of all ages. While I specialize in math and science, I am also a fairly accomplished writer. I have taught 1st grade math through 12th grade calculus, however I did not advance much beyond Calculus 2. I am fairly comfortable with single variable differentiation and integration, but my knowledge of multi-variable differential equations is limited. Typically when I teach and tutor... [more]

I have worked with University of Michigan summer academic camps for the past 6 summers. I've worked with several age groups from 6th grade to 3rd year college students with various nationalities and ethnicity. In 2009 I began tutoring during the school year as well as summer. I have tutored college algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus 1 at the University of Michigan -Ann Arbor through the college of LS&A's comprehensive studies program (CSP). On average, my students had improvements of a full ... [more]

I am a rising senior at the University of Michigan, pursuing a B.S. in Economics with a minor in Philosophy. I have strong quantitative skills and am experienced with Stata and R. I love seeing my students do well on the exams they are preparing for. I have tutored since my Sophomore year, and have been a GSI for Financial Accounting at Colby College, a tutor for the principles of Economics and for Calc 115. I have a strong understanding of the fundamental concepts required to excel in ca... [more]

I have a Master's Degree in Mathematics and have taught math from 7th grade through AP Calculus BC. I have been tutoring both high school and college students in Calculus for several years with great success. My students come from Northville, Novi, Wixom, South Lyon, Whitmore Lake, Ann Arbor, and Canton as well as Wayne State, Washtenaw CC, Oakland CC as well as elsewhere, so I am familiar with all of those math programs. I have been tutoring since I was in high school in the 1960s. I tutored throughout college. In my 35 years of public and private school teaching, I worked individually with [more]

My approach to tutoring is to first determine where weaknesses in understanding exist, then to find ways to strengthen the student in those areas. Learning styles vary among students, so whenever possible, I try to match my tutoring methods to each student's strongest learning style. For example, one student may learn best by rote memorization and repetition drills. Another may thrive with analogies and mnemonics. A third student may need derivations from first principles or real life applica... [more]

I've received A's in collegiate courses in single-variable and multivariate calculus. I've also used the prerequisites (trigonometry, high school algebra, geometry) in numerous mathematics competitions, including MathCounts, ARML, AMC, and USAMO. If you are a masters, bachelors, or high school student in the greater Ann Arbor area seeking tutoring in mathematics or physics, look no further, because I'm your guy! My name is Gopal, and I graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University, Class of 2012, double-majoring in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering. Now, I'm a Ph.D. student resear [more]

I am a graduate student at UM and have been tutoring all levels of math from elementary school to advanced college courses for a long time. I also did my undergraduate degree in physics and tutored many of the basic courses at the University of Florida as well. I have been actively tutoring middle school, high school, and college students for about 5 years. Please feel free to contact me I love math and science and helping people understand and learn.... [more]

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