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Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 290 ratings

I am an engineer by training so I?m very familiar and comfortable with a wide range of mathematical concepts, including Calculus. I have also tutored several students over the years needing help with Math at both high school and college levels. GENERAL EXPERIENCE: As an undergraduate student at Florida International University (FIU) from 2001 to 2005, I often found myself tutoring my study groups in several subject areas, from Biochemistry to advanced Calculus, which greatly helped my performance in each class. By my senior year, I obtained a teaching assistantship for a graduate level class [more]

Calculus is to algebra, as algebra is to arithmetic. Moving from arithmetic to algebra requires understanding the use of variables. Similarly, moving from algebra to calculus requires understanding functions and limits; this is a significant progression for the calculus student. I am adept at assessing students who are challenged with this transition, and then setting them on a course to success. I have tutored a wide range of students in the [algebra 2 /trigonometry] > [precalculus] > [calculus] sequence so I am tuned into those topics and processes that students may need help on. Also, [more]

I am currently a tutor for the Princeton Review, have taught at UCLA (TA), and have 11+ years of private tutoring experience working with tutoring companies in addition to test prep companies. I specialize in tutoring high school, middle, elementary, college, and adult students to prepare them for matriculation to the best universities/colleges/graduate programs and private middle/high schools possible. I stand as one of the top tutors on Wyzant in the U.S. and Bay Area (hours-per-month & ra... [more]

I can help you with a variety of topics in calculus, including but not limited to the following: limits; continuity; the derivative as limit; chain rule; product rule; quotient rule; differentiation of polynomials, rational functions, exponentials, logarithms, trigonometric functions and their inverses; implicit differentiation; mean value theorem and its applications; Riemann sums and the definite integral; integration by parts, change of variables, integrals of common functions; relationship between integration and differentiation; solving maximum and minimum problems; problems in physics [more]

I am a highly successful high school physics and earth science teacher and tutor since 1996. I have been certified to teach physics and earth science/geosciences in three states including California. Courses that I have taught include Conceptual Physics, General Physics, Honors Physics, Advanced Placement Physics (both Calculus and non-Calculus based), Advanced Topics in Physics, Astronomy, Earth Science/Geoscience, Meteorology, Oceanography, Algebra Readiness, Algebra I, Algebra II and Pre... [more]

I have completed differential and integral calculus at both the high school and college level with A grades. I have tutored calculus students at the college level for 6 months and feel very capable my ability to give tips, tricks, and general knowledge on how to succeed in any calculus class. I can help you with any concept that you may be struggling with, and will review any concept you are working on before our session to ensure that our sessions are beneficial to you! Hello! I am a science, math, and education lover. I studied Biology at University of Oregon, where I tutored college student [more]

I'm a UC Berkeley Engineering Graduate, currently employed as a professional engineer by the State of California. I can tutor math, physics, chemistry, materials science, and chemical engineering. Also, I can assist students in test prep, particularly the math sections of all standardized tests, as well as AP and SAT subject tests in selected disciplines. Extensive experience tutoring at the high school level with Making Waves Education Program, and at the college level for the UC Berkeley ... [more]

I tutor mainly on algebras, pre-calculus, calculus AB and BC. It is an easy job to give the correct answers directly to students. I prefer something better than that. I guide them to find the correct answers by themselves. So when they are in the test or exam, they can solve any problems. I explain to them the concepts and knowledge requirements behind each of the exercises. What they are all about. How we should tackle the problems. How we are going to break down the big problem into some p... [more]

Functions, modeling, and use of graphing calculators; Exponential Functions, Inverse Functions, and Logarithms; Limits, Calculating Limits, Limit Laws, Precise Definition of a Limit; Limits at Infinity; Tangents, Velocity, and Rate of Change; Definition of the Derivative; Derivative as a Function; Derivatives of Polyn9omial and Exponential Functions; Product Rule, Quotient Rule; Rate of Change; Chain Rule; Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions; Implicit Differentiation; Higher Derivatives; Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions; Related Rates; Linear Approximations and Differentials; Maxima an [more]

I am a professional tutor in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. In 2007, I received a B.S in Chemistry from UC Berkeley with honors and since then, I have helped hundreds of students reach their full potential in Math and Science Classes. Over the past five years, I have tutored both privately and in many Bay Area Tutoring Companies (Ames Seminars, Aspire Education Project, On Track Learning) where I received a thorough training and gained a lot of experience. I enjoy tutoring so much th... [more]

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