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My educational background is in physics, which required extensive study and application of calculus. I recieved my BSc. in Physics from UCLA in 2013, magna cum laude. I have since completed 2+ years of graduate level coursework in physics. As a part studies, my coursework has included Vector Calculus, Fourier Analysis, Complex Analysis, and Differential Equations. I have extensive experience tutoring both high school and college level calculus. I'm a Full-time Math and Physics tutor, and I love my job! My emphasis when teaching is on conceptual understanding, and believe that patience and comp [more]

***Now taking new students. Rate is $75 for first hour and then $25/half hour per session*** As I will show, I have extensive academic training in a variety of the natural sciences, as well as an interest and devotion to tutoring and teaching. I have B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, an M.S. degree in Chemistry, and an ABD Ph.D. in Chemistry, focused in Chemistry Education. In each of these programs, I have excelled acade... [more]

I first took calculus during my undergraduate days and I've used it in one form or another nearly every day since. My experience with the subject is that the calculus portion isn't what most students struggle with... it's the algebra. During tutoring sessions, I like to focus on student strengths to give them confidence in their math skills. My goal is to alleviate math anxiety all they can recognize the moment when they finally "get it." I've been teaching and tutoring since 2003. I'm currently attending OSU and working towards a PhD in Radiation Heath Physics. I currently hold a BS in M [more]

I have tutored high school (both AB & BC) and college calculus for two years. I've also graded practice AP tests for a private agency, so I know what the test looks like. The AB course is a solid introduction to calculus, including limits, derivatives, and integrals. The BC course is substantially harder, covering all the AB material plus harder methods of integration, series and Taylor series, and a few smaller things. It takes some real work, but it is worth it! Calculus is many people's first taste of "real" math. Note, I do not teach multivariable calculus. [more]

For 20 years Michael was a software engineer and manager at Intel Corporation. He has Math and Computer Science degrees from the Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota. While at the University of Minnesota Mike worked in the General College math anxiety program, assisting students 1-on-1. For the past ten years, Mike has taught math, statistics and computer science at post-secondary schools, Portland Community College, and the University of Portland. STUDENT FEEDBACK: ?Thank you... [more]

I would be more than happy to be your next tutor. I know that I can bring my strong educational and professional experiences to generate logical connections between the beautiful language of Mathematics and Physics. My educational experiences has lead to understanding nature at the "nano" level and further into the Quantum level while using a full range of Mathematics to conceptualize and describe each problem. In addition with my research background in atomic and nano physics, I know the imp... [more]

I am a certified secondary math teacher qualified to teach any math from elementary school through calculus. I had the opportunity to work with an AP Calculus class while student teaching at Roy High School in Utah. I think Calculus is my favorite math class because it is amazing to me the kind of things that calculus can tell you. One of my favorite things to do is to help students get that "Ah, ha!" moment. My first tutoring job helped me decide to pursue teaching as my career. I believe that everyone can learn and it is my job, as a teacher, to find the way the student learns best. The [more]

I excelled in calculus. I tutored calculus during grad school as well as instructed business calculus activities. Hello! I started tutoring as a graduate student at Uni and later became an instructor there. It was then with my coworkers that I learned how rewarding helping students can be. Not only because I love what I have learned, but I also love discussions about said material. My coworkers and I always welcomed students to our office for questions even if they were not our students. Helping a student truly understand the material is one rewarding aspect of tutoring and teaching. If you wa [more]

Hello, my name is Daniel and I tutor in music and math. I have a BM from Lawrence University in saxophone performance with an emphasis in Jazz Studies and a minor in math. Currently I am studying at Portland State University for a MM in Jazz Studies. I have performed with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and won several local competitions. I traveled to Strasbourg, France to attend and perform in the World Saxophone Congress an improvisation on a silent film. I have perfect pitch and can he... [more]

Calculus is the main area I teach! I love the logic and every day applications I find in this field. I'm sure when students understand it they would be excited about it as I am! Let's get started! Hi future students and parents!!! My name is Aki, and I was a Physics/Calculus teacher at a small private school located in San Diego. Now, I've relocated to Portland and am a full time tutor, dedicating all my attention to the success of each and every student I have. I've started tutoring in 2012 at a prestigious tutoring facility. There I had the opportunity to teach a group of high school stude [more]

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