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Calculus is one of my favorite courses to tutor. I graduated from Charleston Southern University having studied Calculus I, II, and II. I have tutored fellow students in this class before, being one of the top students in the class. Tutoring is my passion. I've worked as a tutor for three years, and I have received official tutoring certifications from the College Reading & Learning Association. It is my goal and personal joy to break down the material in a way so that the student has a new understanding that they may not have had before. I specialize in algebra 1 and 2, calculus, French, [more]

I have used higher level mathematics (including calculus, differential equations, partial differential equations, complex calculus, advanced calculus for science and engineering, spherical harmonics, geophysical data analysis, etc.) over many years as a scientist and educator. I have studied, taught, and tutored many of these. I am well prepared to help students with their calculus studies. I earned a Ph.D. from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego in Earth Sciences. My undergraduate work led to a Bachelor's Degree in Geological Sciences from th [more]

I have been an experienced math tutor where I have tutored freshman and sophomore undergraduate students in topics like trigonometry, algebra, geometry, number system, calculus, linear algebra, statistics, probability, etc. Generally on the tutoring sessions, I help my students work through problems (we will do it again and again if needed) to get to the core of the problem and understand the concepts better. I am patient and I love working on math problems! I love solving math problems an... [more]

I'm Matt! I am a metallurgical/materials engineer with experience in automotive and aerospace manufacturing and quality. I received my Materials Science and Engineering degree in 2012 from the University of Connecticut, and graduated with excellent standing (top 5%). During my education, I was passionate about sharing my technical understanding via tutoring, and have been doing so for 10 years now. I understand my topics from the basics, and my tutoring approach is to break concepts all the... [more]

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Hello! My name is Carter A. and I am a recent graduate from the South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina, where I majored in Statistics. I am currently working towards a PhD in Biostatistics from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. I have been a tutor for roughly 4 years, and have tutored all levels, from elementary to college. My specialties are in math and statistics, but I have also tutored basic sciences and computer programming. I can al... [more]

Greetings! Thank you for looking at my page. I am now a dental student at the Medical University of South Carolina. I graduated from Santa Clara University with a Biochemistry degree in 2011. Since then, I've been helping students understand their material and help them get 'unstuck' on tricky concepts. However, it takes more than just knowledge to be a good tutor. As an teacher, I am friendly, patient and encouraging to those learning about a subject. I take care to ensure understanding t... [more]

I have spent 40 years in the paper industry in many roles including engineering. I have degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics. I have taken many courses in Calculus & Advanced Calculus etc and I have experience in tutoring these subjects as well. I am ready to tutor any & all students that are interested in expanding their horizons and exploring new ideas and concepts with goal of mastering any subject of interest. I am 64 years old with B.S. degrees in Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering. I am now semi-retired and have the time to share my learning and experience wi [more]

I have a MPH in biostatistics and a MS in math (statistics concentration) degrees from Georgia Southern University, and a BS in Math from Clayton State University. Currently, I am a PhD in biostatistics student at Medical University of South Carolina. As both an undergraduate and graduate student, I have gained substantial experience teaching math and statistics through various assignments as a peer tutor and a graduate teaching assistant. Coupled with my strong passion in math and statistics... [more]

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