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My approach to Calculus is always two fold. I work hard to make sure a student has the basic skills to realistically progress throughout the class while maintaining current work levels. I do this through a set of uniquely written practice problems and exercises that I have written that I can send off the clock that are designed to increase overall Math IQ leading ultimately to the Calculus level. I also have check point quizzes so if given enough time I can show a tangible record of progression. I have been successful with this approach because it does not require hours a day, but it does [more]

Calc I: Take the formula for slope from your algebra and geometry classes, change the notation, and see what happens when the 'run' is taken to be infinitely small. This derivative will then be used for practical applications: minimizing outputs, maximizing outputs, related rates, etc... Anything from your Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry is fair game for working out a problem. A lot of time will be spent learning the rules for finding the derivative of a function by means of: Power Rule, Product Rule, Quotient rule, and Chain Rule. Be very comfortable using rational exponents rather th [more]

I graduated from Oakland University with a bachelor of science degree in Actuarial Science. Thus, I have a very strong background in mathematics. I enjoy teaching. I also teach chess to elementary school students-- I found great pleasure in seeing a student's face light up because he/she learned something new or difficult. It is a most rewarding experience. I have taken extensive math classes and did very well through out my academic career. I also tutored my classmates on numerous occasions... [more]

I took the AP BC Calculus exam in high school and received a 5. I went on to take Calc III and Calc IV at Michigan, and received an A in both classes. I went on to take an advanced engineering mathematics course, and received an A- in that course as well. Calculus was actually my favorite topic in math, because there are so many real-world applications in this subject. From projectile motion, to carbon-dating, to enzyme kinetics, and microeconomic theory, there are many different applications of this subject. While Algebra and Trigonometry may seem boring, Calculus should never be boring. Hav [more]

I have tutored many students in calculus. My minor in college and graduate school was mathematics. I worked in industry as an engineer for over 30 years and my work required me to have a thorough understanding of calculus. "Our Goal Is Grade A" I am passionate about math, physics, and chemistry and I am easy to understand. I try to make students very comfortable with me because I understand that their level of learning, comprehension, and confidence increases in a comfortable setting. My objective is to help students improve their test scores which results in better grades. I work with s [more]

I am a mathematics and science (STEM) tutor for levels ranging from 4th to 12th grades. I am also an undergraduate and graduate engineering courses tutor as I have a Master of science diploma in engineering. I am also a test preparation tutor for the SAT?, SAT ? (calculus, physics, mechanics, electricity & magnetism only) Subject? tests, PSAT?/NMSQT?, ACT? (math/science only), the ACT? preparatory tests : ACT?-PLAN for 10th grades [mathematics, science and reading], ACT?-EXPLORE for 9th and ... [more]

My name is Garrett F. and I am a 27-year-old polyglot with several years of experience in the realms of tutoring and education. I hold a dual degree in Linguistics and German from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a Masters in Neurolinguistics from the Freie Universit?t in Berlin, Germany. I tutor a variety of topics ranging from the math and sciences to languages and writing skills. I like to make my tutoring sessions very relaxed and comfortable; I strongly believe that learning ... [more]

Hello, My name is Anjelica, and I am a fourth year medical student at Wayne State University School of Medicine. I recently moved to Michigan from Illinois. I have previous tutoring experience in a variety of subjects such as general chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, mathematics from remedial mathematics up to and including calculus I, II, and III. While I do specialize in these categories, I am more than willing to assist in ACT prep as well as grade school, middle school, and high sc... [more]

I currently work with several students in Calculus 1 and 2, have worked with students in these classes for several years, and use calculus every day in my own work. As a consequence, I am exceptionally prepared to explain the material in a way that makes sense and is easy to understand. Hi there! My name is Amir, and I've been teaching and tutoring math for over five years -- as a University instructor, a Graduate Teaching Assistant and most recently, a tutoring center employee -- working mostly with high school and college students. I studied math and physics in college and graduate schoo [more]

Hello guys! My name is Amit. I am a Research Assistant at Wayne State University (WSU), Michigan. I teach General Physics Laboratory and Astronomy Laboratory to undergraduate students at Wayne State University. I joined WSU in August 2015. Before that, I was in Halifax, Canada. I completed my M.Sc. in Summer 2015 from Saint Mary's University Halifax, NS, Canada. Mathematics and Physics are considered to be hard, and nerve-wracking! If you feel the same, trust me Physics and Mathematics both ... [more]

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