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Calculus has been notoriously obtuse since George Berkeley complained of "the ghosts of departed numbers" in 1734, probably because it challenges our intuitions of infinity. Having taken several graduate courses in real analysis (sometimes called "Advanced Calculus") and conducted mathematical research that frequently involves taking limits of exotic objects, I'm familiar with the machinery under the hood of Calculus. I've approached calculus from several angles, so I can explain the paradoxes as they come up in a variety of ways, tailoring them to a student's individual thinking. I've also [more]

I am a college mathematics professor with over twenty years' experience in healthcare consulting. I have tutored students from 5th grade math to college level courses. In addition to teaching college-level mathematics, I have developed curriculums for several courses including on-line courses with a Texas-based university. I have also written a mathematics textbook that is used by a Dallas-based college for fundamentals of mathematics. I believe that math can be fun and understandable as well... [more]

My own experience with being a math student is that math teachers focus too much on the subject matter and are satisfied if their presentations are logical, clear, and complete. Trouble is, even a "perfect" presentation is wasted if the student isn't ready for it. I start from the student. What do you already know? What do you bring to the table? My lessons aren't jewels of pure reason floating somewhere off in the sky; they are new branches growing on the tree of your existing comprehen... [more]

Dear prospective student, Solving the problems is just half of the objective of a tutoring session. The most important thing is learning how to come from the basic principles (from lectures and notes) to the solution of each problem. With the ability to do that, you can solve similar problems on your quizzes, lab reports, tests, exams (SAT, SAT 2). If you have problems in Biology, General Chemistry, General Physics, Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus I and II, I could be a resource for you. G... [more]

Hello! My name is Max, and I am a very experienced math tutor looking to help anybody who seems to be running into a mental wall against math. Mathematics can seem to be a very complex field of study and very overwhelming at times, but I'm here to help. It is important to try many different teaching styles, and I will find the right style that fits you. We can tackle math one problem at a time to build a solid foundation of knowledge. It's important to build a solid base of knowledge because ... [more]

I have tutored calculus with great results from a variety of different achievement levels. For my mathematics degree, I took four levels of calculus. I have also had to apply the concepts to real-world applications. I am a former NC math teacher that relocated to the Dallas area for a Ph.D. program in Education at a local university. I have previously taught high school math and math to ESOL students. Tutoring is fun because it allows teachers to actually obtain an individual understanding of how students learn. I like to make math relevant but also make connections between other mathematic [more]

I only teach Calculus I. Howdy! I am currently a Master's student in Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University with a Bachelor's in Nuclear Engineering. I have been passionate about chemistry since high school. I have a 4.0 in all my college-level chemistry courses which include: -Chemistry I & II (CHEM 101/111 & 102/112 at TAMU/CHEM 1411 & 1412 @ Blinn) -Organic Chemistry I & II (CHEM 227/237 & CHEM 228/238 @ TAMU/CHEM 2423 & CHEM 2425 @ Blinn) -Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 316 @ TAMU) -Physical ... [more]

Calculus! While some people enjoy the class, or at least don't struggle much, others panic at the mere name! If that's you, or if you've just fallen behind and need a little help, I can help you! Calculus is where I really got my start volunteer tutoring, helping friends and classmates get through the class in college. Where does the dx go when you integrate? How do you know what to do when you're shown a string of symbols and told to "solve"? What do these problems and solutions mean? I can help you with these and so many other calculus questions! Whether you need an in-depth understa [more]

Preface: The majority of my tutoring experience has been focused on math, which explains my current free response talking mostly about math. However, I am reviewing previous coursework in physics and chemistry and am available to tutor those subjects at the high school and college levels. I have loved math since I was a child. I aced my math courses throughout school and was eventually selected to attend the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, a two-year residential program for gifte... [more]

I am a senior studying Biology at the University of Texas at Dallas. I am comfortable helping students of all ages excel in Math, Chemistry, and Biology. I am a firm believer that each person has a unique learning style, and I will work with you to uncover your learning style and make you a confident student. I am very passionate about learning and helping others achieve their academic goals. My approach to helping students is to teach the student how to analyze the problem and recognize th... [more]

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