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Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.83 463 ratings

If you are currently taking your first course in calculus, then you have already discovered that the concepts studied here are very new and different. They are also very confusing. I can help you with some of the new concepts that are introduced in Calculus. They are: Limits, Rules of Differentiation, Related Rates, Optimization problems, Riemann sum, Techniques of Integration, Differential Equations, Parametric Equations, Polar Coordinates, and Partial Derivatives. Calculus work requires extensive use of the many different methods learned in Algebra 1. I can review these methods with you, o [more]

Calculus can be tough. Indeed, learning how to deal with the mental knots frustration we tie ourselves in is just as important as understanding how to derive the limit definition of the derivative. With my holistic approach, I help my students with calculus, yes, but I help them even more to learn how to teach themselves. This is my gift. Kathryn is a professional private tutor and Effective Altruist who spends her life helping students understand tough concepts in math, science, English, and critical reading while fostering the mindful communication skills that her students need in order to u [more]

I am a highly successful high school physics and earth science teacher and tutor since 1996. I have been certified to teach physics and earth science/geosciences in three states including California. Courses that I have taught include Conceptual Physics, General Physics, Honors Physics, Advanced Placement Physics (both Calculus and non-Calculus based), Advanced Topics in Physics, Astronomy, Earth Science/Geoscience, Meteorology, Oceanography, Algebra Readiness, Algebra I, Algebra II and Pre... [more]

When I began tutoring a few years ago, I firmly believed that anyone could do well in mathematics, all the way through Calculus, provided you are relatively fluent in a few formulas and make time for regular problem sets. My experience over that time has only confirmed my suspicions, and its has been a great pleasure to work with many of my students. I have always found joy in getting to the point of a big concept and keeping the focus on the purposeful real-world applications that many of ... [more]

I have a PhD in chemical engineering. I have 3 years experience tutoring students in college and currently am teaching Math in college. Mathematics is a language. I know this language pretty good and having a PhD in engineering major makes me excellent at all subjects in math. Chemical engineering is my major and I have been in engineering school studying it for 12 years. So, I would say I am an experienced chemical engineer with extensive knowledge mainly in Thermodynamics, Fluid mechanics ... [more]

I received a Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry a Bachelor's of Arts in Economics along with a minor in Science and Mathematics Education from the University of California, Santa Barbara during my undergraduate career. During this time, I was actively involved in science outreach programs for elementary students, peer tutoring services and held a student teacher position in a high school chemistry class. By working with different ages and varying degrees of skill I've found the best way to c... [more]

I've been teaching or tutoring for over twenty years in some form or another. For me the reward from tutoring is when I see that a student has caught onto an idea, when the light bulb goes on. In my career I've not only studied physics, mathematics and statistics, but applied them as well as time management and study skills. I can help a student succeed in all these areas. My career has included a PhD in Nuclear Physics, postdoctoral work in nuclear astrophysics and over twenty years of e... [more]

I am one of the few people lucky enough to actually use my high-school calculus education in daily work -- computational neuroscience models are built on it! I have also been tutoring AP and college-level calculus for 7 years. I can help with a calculus curriculum up through multivariable ("Calc 3"), as well as differential equations. Hello prospective student! I'm a 30-year-old PhD candidate in computational neuroscience at UC Berkeley. My other credentials include a BA in chemistry from Northwestern University, a Certificate of Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) from International House Kr [more]

Hi! My name is Gary. I am a current full-time first-year student at City College of San Francisco. (So I'm fresh out of high school.) But don't worry, during my high school days I took all the lower division undergraduate math courses, so up to Linear Algebra and Differential equations. I also self-studied for the AP Calculus BC exam in my Junior year, it was fun! In addition, I helped run the math club at my high school, competing in multiple competitions. Most importantly I know how most... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$54 per hour.

4.86 584 ratings

Tutoring is an act of observation. It succeeds where normal instruction fails because it is geared toward a student's particular strengths. My best experiences as a tutor have been with the students who needed me most, learning how they needed to learn. I have been a tutor in one setting or another since childhood. As an undergraduate I was a teacher's assistant in English, German and Astronomy, a grader in Calculus and a tutor in Physics for scientists and engineers. I have continued to... [more]

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