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I am an experienced high school math teacher, and engineer, and have been tutoring math and Calculus for 7 years. I have helped more than a dozen students in Calculus so far, of varying levels from introductory, AP Calculus, to College Freshman Calculus. "Excellent Tutor! Steve is an amazing find! I have been looking for a knowledgeable tutor to help my son with his honors calculus and honors physics. Steve was extremely knowledgeable! He was a great aid in helping my son work through the material he has been studying. " [more]

As a physics specialist, calculus has been the "tool of the trade" most often used. This past year, I had as many students getting help in calculus as in physics. Calculus can be studied at many different levels. Thorough understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of this powerful tool can be left to the math majors. Those who ask for help in a calculus course are most often taking it as a requirement for a technical field. Here, the practical application of derivatives and integrals are what is important. I am very experienced in helping students apply the basic principles of calcul [more]

I have been working as a tutor at many Boston-area public and private schools, including: Winchester, Lexington, Newton, Wellesley public schools; BB+N, St. Mark's, Brooks, Rivers, Commonwealth. Much of my experience has been with high-functioning students with learning differences (dyslexia, Asperger's, ADHD, etc.), working to help them find ways to apply their strengths to the areas of concern. I have tutored high school math + science coursework, as well as general executive functioning, a... [more]

I have completed my Bachelors and Masters degrees in Math in India. I started off my career as a teacher in Math but due to some personal reasons I had to quit. I joined a full time position with the government of India in the statistics department. Due to my passion in Math and the reason that I didn't want to lose touch with Math I decided to privately tutor kids. I also didn't want to create a classroom environment with a large number of kids. So I decided to take the private tutoring ... [more]

I am a traffic engineer at a consulting firm in Westford, MA, living in Chelmsford, MA. I was a University of Massachusetts Amherst Transportation Engineering graduate student through late June 2015 holding a 3.9 GPA and will receive my degree shortly after final email communications. I have taken many classes in Transportation Engineering as well as other aspects of Civil Engineering while here. In addition to my coursework, I worked on research about measuring the effect of deflection angl... [more]

I am a Gulliver Preparatory graduate who finished 11 in class rank, in a class of roughly 240 students. I am an AP level student with over 60 hours of tutoring which were done on school campus with lower level math peers. I attend the University of Massachusetts at Lowell on a Division 1 baseball scholarship and major in Plastics Engineering and have passed Math courses all the way up to Calculus 3 and Differential Equations. I have also been through various science courses such as Chemistry ... [more]

I am currently a high school math teacher teaching Algebra 2 and Geometry to 10th-11th grade students. My teaching background is strong with an experience of ten years teaching in both local and international schools. I have my bachelor?s degree in math and geography as well as my master?s degree in math and education. My passion for this subject and my profession helps me in reaching the minds of the students who struggle in math. I like to lay stress on the fundamentals needed to learn th... [more]

I am a tutor experienced in all levels of math including SAT/ACT prep. With an undergraduate degree in engineering, I have a thorough knowledge of all levels of mathematics and enjoy teaching students, from elementary basics to college level calculus. I have had experience tutoring 4th and 5th graders from underprivileged background in Washington, DC as well as helping fellow college students with math help during extra help hours. I enjoy working with all ages. I am willing to travel when ne... [more]

Hello, my name is Johnson. I grew up in China and got my double undergraduate degrees in math and software engineering in China. I pursued my master's degree in Stony Brook University with the major of mathematics. statistics. Thus, I have a solid foundation of mathematics among several subjects. Now, I work as a math content developer in a publishing company. I develop problems and solution processes for the online math courses among different levels. I'd like to help you explore the wor... [more]

A typical Calculus I course introduces derivatives, antiderivatives, and integrals of functions of one real variable. Students learn trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions. Applications, including graphing, maximizing and minimizing functions, areas and volumes. A second Calculus class covers techniques and applications of integration, polar coordinates, parametric equations, infinite sequences and series, vector functions and curves in space, functions of several variables, and partial derivatives. [more]

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