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Calculus presents a lot of abstract ideas and the logic needed to do things like evaluating limits, improper integrals and divergence vs convergence is difficult to follow; textbooks and lectures sometimes skip steps when explaining these ideas. I have done a lot of calculus over the years and have years of experience leading others through these ideas. I have been around instructors for my entire life. My mother was a general tutor for the neighborhood and I helped her when our small apartment was stuffed with children and textbooks, writing, reading and aiding them with math after my own hom [more]

We will study calculus concepts such as limits and continuity; differentiation and integration of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and hyperbolic functions; related rates; and optimization problems. In addition, we will study applications of integration such as volume. I believe students should be confident in their math skills. By getting good grades in school, their options in life (e.g. jobs, career paths) are kept open. I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first is recognizin [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$85 per hour.

4.91 379 ratings

Calculus is a subject that can be learned very easily. Being that PreCalc is a pre-requisite for Calculus, following our intuition and understanding the geometry and algebra behind the Calculus concepts as well as learning a few properties, makes Calculus a fun subject to learn and apply to real world situations. I have more than 15 years of experience in tutoring students of all ages and levels of education from elementary to graduate school. I am most interested in changing the way my students perceive themselves when approaching math. Throughout the years, I have had the most rewarding expe [more]

I took Calculus I, II, and III at Norco College. Also, I occasionally tutored people in Calculus at Norco College. More recently, I taught a student the first few chapters of her calculus book to prepare her for taking Calculus BC at her high school. My passion for mathematics began when I was in 11th grade. As a homeschooled student, I had a flexible schedule which allowed me to take Algebra II at Norco College. I had an amazing professor who made me realize how fun math is. After that, I decided to major in math. In May 2012, I graduated Summa Cum Laude with my Bachelor's in Mathematics. [more]

During my years as an engineer, it seemed that calculus cropped up almost everywhere when analyzing myriad situations. Calculus is the math required to solve many real but complex situations, and, thus, throughout my years in the industry, I kept up with those skills and was continually at awe with how effective this tool was and how it continues to be. When tutoring this subject, I also try to instill the excitement and joy I had when using it for real. But I also discovered that many calculus students struggle because of a lack of the fundamental skills they need to appreciate the power t [more]

I went to Harvard (Biology major, graduated cum laude). My day job is in investment banking/consulting, but I've always been passionate about education. So I started teaching and tutoring students on the side. Parents love what I do because I am laser focused on results and helping students achieve their very best academic work. Students love working with me because I take the time to listen and understand where they're coming from and I explain difficult concepts in a simple way. WHAT DO ... [more]

Will travel 11 miles

$67 per hour.

4.76 21 ratings

I have seven years experience in tutoring Calculus. I first took Calculus in my sophomore year of high school and received an A and 5 on the AP exam. Since then I have taken seven additional college level math classes and almost received a minor in mathematics. 7 years of tutoring experience in Algebra 1 and 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Physics. I just graduated a year ago from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. I got a bachelors in electrical engineering and almost got a minor in math. I've been tutoring math since I was a junior in high school and have also been a personal grader [more]

I am a UCI honors graduate in mathematics with a minor in computer science. I started tutoring as a favor for a friend and have found that tutoring is one of the most rewarding experiences I can have. Many of my students have gone from D's with no understanding to A's with the ability to peer tutor their classmates. It is always wonderful to enter a student's home and hear "I got an A on the test!" or "the teacher says I am her most improved student." I look for the concepts that students... [more]

I have taken all 3 Calculus level courses and passed each with an A. I am a full-time student working towards a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education with plans to obtain my teaching credential. I have worked as a tutor at a local community college for the past five years and I LOVE what I do! I am certified through CRLA. My biggest strengths are my patience and ability to explain difficult concepts in a clear and easy to follow way. I am always learning and looking for new techniques that can improve my abilities. My biggest weakness is my tendency to ... [more]

Hi! My name is Lydia and I just graduated from UCLA with a Bachelors in Film and a Minor in Cognitive Science. For the past nine years, tutoring has been an occupation of mine; I've enjoyed working with a range of ages - from middle schoolers to masters students. My mother is a teacher who inspired my passion for education. To me, there's nothing more rewarding than helping someone discover their potential. Tutoring can be a challenge because every person's strengths can vary (for some, lear... [more]

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