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Calculus is the top math that is offered in high school, because of this it is one of the most difficult that required the most recall of information. Pre-Calc is the main course that it used, yet a strong knowledge of algebra is also required. It is important for students to have an understanding of calculus before going to college because all college math (yes, ALL OF THEM!) require basic calculus knowledge. Related coursework: MAT 161 (Calculus w/ Analytical Geometry) MAT 162 (Calculus w/ Analytical Geometry) MAT 261 (Multivariate Calculus) [more]

I'm Doran and I would love to be your tutor! I graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and a Bachelor's degree in Statistics with a minor in Business Administration. Although my studies in undergrad were challenging and time consuming, my endless curiosity forced me to attend graduate school. I will be obtaining my Master's degree in Mathematics in May 2019 from UNC Charlotte and will then move to Dallas, TX to work as a PhD student studying Op... [more]

Hello! My name is Steve, and I am a (sort of) recent graduate of Penn State University's Master's of Environmental Engineering Program. I attended school on scholarship in exchange for being a teaching / research assistant for various chemistry courses. I can honestly say that being a TA was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life! I recently moved to the Charlotte area to work as an engineer, but I really miss the rewarding experience of teaching, so I am actively seeking ways to g... [more]

I enrolled in my first calculus course as a freshman in college; at the end of the course my overall grade was an A. Since then I have been enrolled in calculus 2, 3, and 4. I earned an A average in these courses as well. In addition to the classes I have taken, I have also tutored many calculus students. My junior year in college I was a teacher's assistant for calculus 1 and 2. During my time as a TA I held optional tutoring sessions for all of the students enrolled in those classes three times per week; the student who showed up to these sessions scored above average grades in the course. O [more]

I am a retiree from the tire industry, where I worked for 32 years, primarily in engineering/technical functions. I have a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA in Finance from the University of Akron. I have some experience in tutoring, in-class teaching, and supervision and guidance of Master's degree theses. I specialize in Math and Statistics and would like to offer my services to assist high school and college students who would like to enhance their ... [more]

Hi I'm Alex! I am an engineering student currently pursuing a career and degree in aerospace. I love to ride motorcycles, play soccer, and I am a die-hard Panthers fan since I have lived my entire life in Charlotte. I have enjoyed success in math, receiving high A's in Pre-Calculus, and Calculus 1. I am currently enrolled in Linear Algebra, Calculus 2, and Calculus based physics 1. I have volunteered at CPCC to help students struggling in math to raise their grades and confidence, and curr... [more]

When taking Calculus in high school, I maintained an A the entire time, passed the AP exam and didn't have to take Calculus I in college. I can assist you with your understanding of this topic. My name is Claytonia W., and I have years of experience in a wide range of math and science. I have owned my own business for the last 12 years in Charlotte NC. I have been involved in all aspects of the company, including marketing, web design and operations. My expertise is in math and science. I was a pre-med student at the undergraduate level where I received a degree in Biology, and I earned an [more]

Hello! My enthusiasm for teaching and tutoring comes from the simple motto that there is nothing you can't do if you sincerely try. I hold my students to a high standard in class and I expect the same from everyone that I teach. I have had students who had low self-esteem and poor grades completely turn their schooling experience around and outperform some of my high-achievers. I love the feeling when a student says that they understand something for the first time. My goal is to make sure th... [more]

When I took my first part-time tutoring job in high school, I never expected to fall in love with teaching. From the first student I taught to read and add, my outlook completely changed - tutoring was no longer just a part time job, but a passion of mine. I learned that helping kids achieve goals and reach their fullest potential is extraordinarily rewarding. Ever since, I've sought out numerous tutoring positions. I tutored my peers in high school as a private tutor and was a Physics te... [more]

Scored 5 in AP Calc BC. Masters degree in quantitative finance and currently employed as a quantitative analyst - a highly analytical and math intensive job. My name is Judy and I am a 28 year old female with 5 years of tutoring experience teaching high school and college students. I am currently a full time quantitative finance analyst at Bank of America but I also love tutoring and working with students to help them get into the college of their dreams, achieve stellar grades, and attain their long term career goals. I am very patient and good at explaining/breaking down complicated and [more]

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