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$80 per hour.

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If you are currently taking your first course in calculus, then you have already discovered that the concepts studied here are very new and different. They are also very confusing. I can help you with some of the new concepts that are introduced in Calculus. They are: Limits, Rules of Differentiation, Related Rates, Optimization problems, Riemann sum, Techniques of Integration, Differential Equations, Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, and Partial Derivatives. Calculus work requires extensive use of the many different methods learned in Algebra 1. I can review these methods with you, o [more]

I have been teaching and tutoring math for years, and the student feedbacks on my Wyzant profile indicate that my methods are very effective. I invite you to read those student feedbacks. I use active learning techniques so that my students learn by doing, not only by listening to me or watching me solve problems. As can be seen from the feedbacks, these techniques often result in markedly improved performance and confidence for my students. I sometimes share my decades of experiences in physics research and biomedical instrumentation engineering in order to tell my students some of the d [more]

I hold a Master's degree in Engineering from Santa Clara University. I live in San Mateo and work for a Software Company in San Francisco as my primary job. As a certified Reiki Master practitioner, I learned to stay calm and patient from daily meditations. I have tutored over 400 hours with Wyzant (at least 3,000 hours lifetime). I did a lot of peer tutoring in both undergraduate and graduate school as my greatest hobby. I am also familiar with BYU online High School Math courses. I am... [more]

I completed a degree in Mathematics at the University of San Francisco where I received A's in Calculus I, II, and III. I have been tutoring Calculus for three years now, so I can cover all of differential calculus and most of integral calculus from memory. For multi-variable calculus (calc III) I do have to dig out a bit of reference material! I'm a lifetime learning enthusiast who loves to share! My focus is on compassionate instruction; I work to build up students study skills while mastering the material in a constructive, supporting environment. My formal education consists of a BS in M [more]

When I began tutoring a few years ago, I firmly believed that anyone could do well in mathematics, all the way through Calculus, provided you are relatively fluent in a few formulas and make time for regular problem sets. My experience over that time has only confirmed my suspicions, and its has been a great pleasure to work with many of my students. I have always found joy in getting to the point of a big concept and keeping the focus on the purposeful real-world applications that many of ... [more]

I received a Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry a Bachelor's of Arts in Economics along with a minor in Science and Mathematics Education from the University of California, Santa Barbara during my undergraduate career. During this time, I was actively involved in science outreach programs for elementary students, peer tutoring services and held a student teacher position in a high school chemistry class. By working with different ages and varying degrees of skill I've found the best way to c... [more]

Hi! My name is Gary. I am a current full-time first-year student at City College of San Francisco. (So I'm fresh out of high school.) But don't worry, during my high school days I took all the lower division undergraduate math courses, so up to Linear Algebra and Differential equations. I also self-studied for the AP Calculus BC exam in my Junior year, it was fun! In addition, I helped run the math club at my high school, competing in multiple competitions. Most importantly I know how most... [more]

Hi, my name is Shirlly. I am a proud Vanderbilt University graduate with a degree in economics. I also hold a bachelor's degree in finance. I am an expert in Maths. I love it not only because it is my strength, but the joy that brought by solving a challenging problem, which I would like to share with my students. In the past years, I've successfully functioned as devoted private tutor in advanced math, statistics , economics, finance in all levels. I specialized in tutoring in Calculus, Pr... [more]

I'm an expert in working with students to develop skills and to understand concepts. My expertise is especially strong in problem solving, and applying concepts to real world situations. I enjoy working with students. When my son was in college, we used to problem solve on the phone and via email. His classmates wanted him to "rent me out". I'm a 25-year veteran of Silicon Valley with multiple degrees in Engineering. I am currently an Adjunct Professor at the Golden Gate University Schoo... [more]

I first took Calculus my last year of high school, and I remember it as being quite a paradigm shift from all the math I knew. I then went on to take many more calculus and calculus-based classes, so I became used to these concepts, but I always remember my first encounter with it when I tutor it, since this is more useful than my current knowledge to those who are just starting. It helps me think from their perspective, making me a much more effective tutor. Of course, this only works when paired with my current, extensive knowledge of calculus, acquired both from taking math classes and fro [more]

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