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I am a student enrolling in university right now. Before I came to this university, I was in a community college. I have one year experience in tutoring students in Math and Physics. Mostly, I taught students about precalculus, calculus and physics about Newton's Laws. And I helped students with algebra class as well. I pretty enjoyed tutoring students. I felt very proud, when they showed me their scores getting higher and higher. Here is my way to tutor students. First of all, I'd like to ... [more]

Hi guys, this is Dilraj. I am an engineering student at Whatcom Community College. I moved from India to United States six years ago. I finished differential equations, Calculus III and Sequences and Series last quarter (winter 2014) and now I am taking Calculus IV. I am planning to go into mechanical engineering. I was a private tutor for a year and I did volunteer tutoring for students as well. My approach for tutoring is I am very explanatory. I like to make sure that the person I am... [more]

Greetings, Welcome to my tutoring profile. I have been tutoring with Wyzant for six years. My educational qualifications include a M.S. in physics from UC Riverside as well as a B.S. in physics with a specialization in astrophysics from UC San Diego. My experience as a teacher outside Wyzant includes one year of teaching physics at Shoreline Community College and two years of teaching physics labs, and discussion sections at UC Riverside. The teaching method I use is a mix of explanatio... [more]

I took AP Calculus at University HS in 1985 and received college credit for it. During my undergraduate degree I took courses in Calculus, Physics, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. I graduated in 1990 with a BSME. My graduate degree was very heavily math oriented. In particular, I studied analytical methods to solve equations that needed iteration and therefore a computer to solve. I have over twenty years of experience as a Sr. Mechanical Engineer in a variety of industries. I have a MSME from the University of Washington with a focus in Biomechanics (graduated 1995) and a BSME [more]

Hello, I am interested in opportunities to provide tutoring services to high school students, with a focus on Calculus, Algebra, and Geometry. I am also available to tutor science classes: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students taking my lessons will learn the material for their course and study strategies that will help them in future classes. My approach is to teach the student how to identify the nature of the problem and to recognize the appropriate way to solve it. We work through t... [more]

I received an A+ at UC Berkeley in multivariable Calculus, scored a 5 on the AP Calculus AB test, and received straight A's for courses in-between. I have tutored multiple students in AP Calculus and Calculus in college courses. I graduated from UC Berkeley in Electrical Engineering with high honors (top 10% of all graduating engineering students), and a minor in Mathematics. I also have a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. I've always been an excellent student; I was always able to understand very difficult math, science, and engineering concepts. I volunteered [more]

I teach Anatomy & Physiology as an adjunct faculty member at a local university. I also have 250+ hours of in-person and online tutoring experience. I have tutored everyone from middle schoolers to college students in math, chemistry, and biology. Tutoring is a passion that flows from my natural ability to break down complex topics into smaller pieces that anyone can understand. That's why my day job is science journalism*. Seeing the "light bulb go on" is what I enjoy most about tutoring... [more]

I received the following scores for testing related to Calculus: AP Calculus AB(5), AP Calculus BC(5). I am confident in my calculus, which has only improved as I have continued to use it throughout my university studies as an electrical engineering major. I took both Calculus courses in high school and have experience with the subject matter on an intimate level. I also am comfortable with multivariable calculus and differential equations, which will be the next level of calculus your child will take(presumably after linear algebra). [more]

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