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Currently, I am a medical student at the University of Toledo. I did my undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame. During undergrad, I tutored students in organic chemistry, chemistry, calculus, and physics for three years. Now, in medical school, I have obtained a position to tutor first-year medical students for the upcoming 2016-17 school year in biochemistry and anatomy. My favorite aspect of tutoring is being able to watch my student grow and accomplish his or her goals. It is excit... [more]

Put at its simplest, Calculus deals with rate of change and area under a curve. In particular, differential calculus addresses rate of change in the determination of critical points of functions, maximum and minimum points, inflection points, related rate problems, optimization problems, slopes of functions at specific points and many, many other things. Integral Calculus focuses on issues relating to area under a curve. In a sense it is differential Calculus going backwards. Determining area, volume, cost/revenue/profit, and many other things utilize this form of Calculus. If you need so [more]

I enjoy teaching Precalculus and AP Calculus. I have been teaching Math for the past 20+ years and helped many students at all levels from Algebra and Geometry to Calculus. I have been teaching Math for over 20 years. Among the subjects I have taught are algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. I have also helped students prepare for the SAT and ACT exams. I emphasize both the underlying concepts and problem solving skills. This helps the students understand and retain the material better.... [more]

Calculus has literally been my life for the last several years, from the initial calculus series to vector calculus to its extreme application in the half dozen upper level physics courses in my degree all the way through to my current academic research on quantum liquids and of course teaching it through Wyzant. My understanding of calculus developed through taking courses, working with the subject in real world settings and developing analogies to properly explain to students what calculus is actually trying to say. [more]

Master's degree in Economics I have a master's degree in economics from Wright State University, and an undergraduate degree from Goshen College in communications (journalism emphasis). I have informal tutoring experience teaching writing, English, and math, and job experience in the field of journalism. Besides providing tutoring, I am also a skilled proofreader and copy editor, and am happy to assist students with their written work. My coursework includes classes in business calculus, statistics, econometrics, forec... [more]

Mastery of calculus opens the door to many fields such as science, engineering, business and medicine. My engineering background gives me a deep understanding of calculus and how it is used to solve real world problems, some of which can be solved exactly while others require the use of a computer to estimate a solution. I have extensive experience with both techniques and can help you on your path to better understanding of calculus. Math and science were my favorite subjects throughout my formal schooling and I can help any student improve their knowledge in these courses by helping them e [more]

I have a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from The Ohio State University. I had left the job market in 2000 in order to be a full time mother. Now the children are all in school, and I would like to tutor again. I am also a substitute teacher for Hancock County. Thank you for taking the time to check out my profile. I look forward to working with you.... [more]

I have taught AP Calculus for 5 years. Dear Learner, My name is Joel and I have taught high school math for 6 years. I have a BA in Applied Math and an MA in Secondary Math Education. Since my undergraduate degree was in a non-educational field I was exposed to higher level problem solving processes than education majors. I started teaching with NO educational background at the same time that I started my Master's degree. This caused me to be very receptive to the students and teach them in a fresh way that few of them had ... [more]

I've been tutoring for about 3 years and love every moment of it. I worked for Sam Houston State University with their Supplemental Instruction program which aims to improve passing rates of certain classes by hosting group study sessions led by someone who has proven their aptitude for the subject. I've also worked in the Math Center for over 2 years helping students with all levels of math and physics. Where possible, I would offer private tutoring outside of the center to students who ... [more]

I have been a middle school and high school math teacher for 10 years. I can tutor Calculus and down. I also teach ACT Math with and without a calculator, showing all the tricks to save time during the test. Definitely math can be a fun subject to master and I can help you with that. I am all about teaching the concepts and the shortcuts. Math is fun! Teaching high school students forces you to be creative and it pays of in the long run. I try to make the content relevant and tutoring as an... [more]

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