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In addition to completing my B.A. in Mathematics, I served as a Calculus Supplemental Instruction Leader in college -- working as a teacher and individual tutor for Calculus students seeking extra help. This was my jumping-off point to continue tutoring Calculus to high school and college students seeking extra help or a more tailored approach to learning the material. I enjoy helping students build confidence in their own ability to master challenging topics and problem sets. I am passionate about the subjects I tutor, and I believe that is a key component of both teaching and learning. I ma [more]

I was a supplementary instructor of calculus 2 while at Penn State. Twice per week I met with a group of students to review, answer questions and provide additional materials and insight. Calculus is the bedrock of many higher level maths. I used it often as a vital tool in my undergrad work. Hello! My name is Philip. I'm excited about the opportunity to assist you in mastering the inherently difficult material in your math or physics course. I love mathematics and seeing the "Eureka!" moments when a student grasps a concept. As a graduate of Penn State with a B.S. Mathematics degree, I will [more]

Hello Students and Parents: My name is Yu and I have a master's in math from the University of Maryland, College Park. I have had almost a decade of tutoring experience in a variety of subjects and I've improved their grades by an average of a letter grade. My talent is taking apart complicated systems and breaking it down into easy-to-explain, simple parts. I enjoy tutoring and working with students, and from experience I understand that different students have different needs. I'm curre... [more]

I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA where I actually used Calculus regularly in my upper level classes. I tutor full-time and it is fair to say typically three hours a night are with Calculus students, sometimes I tutor AB, BC or other forms of Calculus five or more hours in a day solving a variety of problems. Tutoring is my full time job. With well over 20 years of teaching/tutoring experience, I doubt there are many tutors as patient, talented or effective as I am. I bring a lot more to the table than what you see "on paper" and am constantly told by my students how well [more]

I have a Bachelor of Engineering and I've been tutoring calculus for over 10 years. As a child growing up in Brazil, Graciele witnessed how her mother, a biology teacher, successfully helped many students. This inspired Graciele to live by her example from an early age. During college, she was selected to tutor her classmates in Calculus 1-3, Thermodynamics, and Analytical Chemistry. In 2007, she became a teacher at a renowned institute teaching math to classes as large as 120 students. She received her Bachelor of Engineering in 2011 and has since been working in the U.S. a... [more]

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I have an associates degree in computer science, and dual majored in math and computer science at UDC for four years, including Calculus, stopping just a few credits shy of completing my bachelors in math and computer science. (I completed every math credit for my bachelors.) I'm an undergraduate studying Mathematics and Computer Science at UDC, and I also have an associates degree in Computer Science. Moreover, I have experience tutoring my peers from when I was in high school and for a few months during my first semester of college when I helped teach a high school AP Computer Science class; [more]

I am a graduate student at the Catholic University of America, who will be entering her second year of study in Fall '10. I did my undergraduate degree in physics at Cornell University, and I took a number of chemistry, biology, and math courses throughout high school and my college career. I have had extensive experience tutoring physics (mechanics, electricity and magnetism, waves and thermal physics) and biology at the college level - I worked at a physics tutoring center for three year... [more]

Apart from doing some TA work in college, I have never formally taught Calculus. (Formally, I've taught Latin and computer programming to high schoolers.) But I've helped lots of people with Calculus work over the years, both my classmates when I was a student and, more recently, my students as a teacher and tutor. Calculus remains one of my favorite subjects to this day. I've really been tutoring ever since I was a student myself, when my friends, knowing how much I loved to explain things, would phone me up after school for help figuring out our math homework. I began tutoring more offic [more]

I'm a PhD Student in Structural Engineering at George Washington University. I studied my high school and undergraduate studies in Iran and came to united states to pursue my education with full scholarship. I have been a teaching assistant at GWU for the past 4 years helping students with different topics in Civil Engineering. I have also tutored high school students and undergrads with their courses in math and physics. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry, Cal... [more]

I have a math minor from Oberlin College, including courses in many higher-level math topics beyond single-variable calculus. I have also worked with numerous high school and college students in calculus classes, including some preparing for the Calculus AB and BC Advanced Placement tests. I graduated from Oberlin College with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and minors in Mathematics and French. My philosophy with helping students stems from what I found engaging and enlightening in my own education - discussion and exploration of ideas. By framing sessions as a conversation more than a traditi [more]

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