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I studied theoretical math at MIT, and I've taught every level of calculus -- from elementary to AP (both AB and BC), to advanced multivariable calculus at MIT, to calculus on differentiable manifolds for applications in mathematical physics -- for more than ten years. I help my students acquire real mastery by fitting the specific topics they study into a bigger picture. I specialize in rigorous, high-level academic tutoring, test preparation, and enrichment for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience with students around the world. [more]

I got an A+ in calculus in high school and a 5 on the BC Calculus AP Test. I have two degrees in engineering, and calculus is a must-know subject for that. In 4 years of High School, 4 years of College, and 2 years of Graduate School, I learned innumerable things about a wide variety of topics, but the most important lesson I learned was this: the students who get A's are not necessarily the most naturally gifted in the class, but are the almost always the hardest workers. Sooner or later, everyone finds themselves struggling to stay on top of their classwork, and when that happens, it's the d [more]

Differential/Integral calculus was co-invented by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in the 17th century, but the ideas leading up to it trace back to the ancients who invented the "Method of Exhaustion". Either way, the goal was always to solve practical problems, especially in physics and other sciences. Examples of questions that can be answered: How much energy is needed to launch a 1000 ton shuttle into near-earth circular orbit? (Physics) If you want to make an open rectangular box of maximum volume and have 10000 sq. cm. of cardboard to use, what should be the dimensions? (Optim [more]

As an undergraduate and graduate student in physics, applied mathematics, including calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra, was one of the main tools used to solve problems. When teaching physics, if the student was not comfortable with the math needed to understand the material, I filled in the gaps. As a student approaches a subject, there are two major factors to success: a solid foundation in the fundamentals and skills at solving problems. The fundamentals are very important for understanding why aspects of the subject work the way they do and to be able to build on one asp [more]

I have a Ph.D. in physics and speak calculus daily in my professional life. As a tutor, I liken calculus to parallel parking, or driving a car with a stick shift, or parallel parking in a car with a stick shift -- on a hill. That is, it can seem impossible at first, but any 15-year-old can learn how to do it, and after a fashion it becomes second nature. My teaching strategy for calculus is to focus on pattern recognition in problem solving. Triage is the essential first step in assessing a problem in either differential or integral calculus and they key to picking a successful solution approa [more]

I'm currently an Economics Phd student at Boston college, and have plenty of tutoring and TA/TF experience in college. I can teach Economics (Intro and Intermediate), Statistics and Econometrics (including Stata application), Finance (which is my undergraduate major), Calculus and high school math too. After tutoring/teaching students with different backgrounds (undergraduates/graduates/MBAs/high schoolers), I become more familiar with the problems/concerns they have with the courses quickl... [more]

I am confident that by working together with the student we can achieve his/her goals. With my strong background in PreCalculus, Intermediate Algebra, and Trigonometry I am well versed in the language of Calculus and continue to strengthen my skills in this subject area with every lesson and book that comes my way. Looking for a math tutor on the North Shore? I am a professional self-employed math tutor with a 4-year degree and multiple years of experience in both teaching and one-on-one tutoring. I have tutored subjects such as Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Probability, Sta [more]

I was a mathematics major at BU and graduated with a 3.95 GPA. I also have tutored calculus in the past, and my students have done quite well in their classes. I approach calculus tutoring from the point of doing as many practice problems as possible, as I believe that this is the best way to learn and fully understand the material. Hello everyone! My name is Max and I just graduated from Boston University with a Bachelors in Mathematics. In addition to majoring in mathematics, I was a pre-medical student at BU. I have worked as a tutor for 2 years at the university, tutoring student athlete [more]

My name is Don. I'm a Math tutor for over 16 years. I have Mathematics and Geology degrees. i develop some strategies to help children to understand and hopefully have passion in learning. I can teach Elementary level, Algebra I & II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I & II, MCAS, PARCC, SAT Math, SAT 2 Math, PSAT, SSAT, GRE, Elementary-Middle School Science, Earth Science, etc. I have a tutoring office in Malden that can use for teaching. Also, I can meet and teach at a public place such... [more]

Calculus is the most important mathematical tool for describing the real world. I've tutored dozens of students for hundreds of hours in calculus, so I'm familiar with the subtopics where students are most likely to struggle. I've also written on-line content and parts of solution manuals for calculus courses, so I'm uniquely familiar with calculus as it's taught in the classroom and online. I also know how calculus is used in practice to create new hypotheses in science and new design considerations in engineering. Using calculus as a graduate student at MIT, I created a theoretical descript [more]

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