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I've been helping engineering students master calculus for over four years, and studied the subject from many different angles. I've studied and tutored courses such as Calculus 1, 2 and 3, Multivariable Calculus, Vector Calculus, Differential Equations, Advanced Calculus, and Analysis 1 and 2. It's the subject I've spent the most time tutoring on, and I feel I can help anyone succeed in it. When I became a college student, I was offered a position at my University's math tutoring center. Because of my previous experiences as a tutor, I was up for the new challenge. During my Sophomore year, I [more]

Believe it or not, I actually think calculus is pretty cool. It's an extremely elegant display of mathematics, and although the practical applications of the subject are rather limited it is used in many other scientific and engineering disciplines. I can provide customized help from exam prep to ongoing homework assistance. Hello, Thanks for taking a look at my profile! Please review my subject qualifications, student feedback, and detailed description below. Please send me a message if you are interested in working with me and we can arrange a free consultation phone call! Background Summa [more]

Calculus was the first subject that I ever tutored. This high level subject requires thorough understanding and careful implementation. I can provide explanations and practice problems for the student to gain understanding of calculus. I believe that every student is capable of learning. My goal is to allow them to reach their maximum potential by getting them interested in the subject, making them think, and teaching them in the style most comfortable for them. Some people are visual learners, so for those a picture may be worth a thousand words, some are auditory, for whom the explanation is [more]

I taught two years at a private college teaching calculus I and pre-calc. I'm a graduate from Stony Brook University with a Masters in Math Education and Bachelors in Math. I love thinking of new ways to explain concepts and innovative ways to show it visually or with physical models. My goal is to really help a student understand the material, and understand what could potentially be holding him/her back from truly knowing and applying it. While I am open to all students, the best ones I've worked with and had the greatest potential to grow are those that truly d... [more]

Calculus was invented specifically as a way of solving physics problems, and as a physics teacher with an engineering background, I can not only help students understand the concepts but also make them relevant and tangible through real-world applications. I find nothing more rewarding than helping students to deeply understand how things work and to watch them grow more and more confident in their own abilities. I am a full-time high school physics and engineering teacher, and the classroom setting allows for all kinds of exciting projects, demos, labs, and group work. Conversely, working wit [more]

I have taught calculus courses at colleges, and I also have long time experience of tutoring calculus more than 3 years. I have thought all secondary mathematics subjects from Basic algebra to calculus topics. I also earned Educational Doctoral degree (Ed.D) from Teachers College, Columbia University. While I was tutoring students with mathematics subjects, I realized that the ordinary approach is not motivating our students. So, I use a bit different approach. For example, I usually provide an opportunity for students to explain and discuss a topic with me. In order to do so, students and I n [more]

The derivative is presented in terms of the instantaneous rate of change and as the slope of the tangent to a curve. The integral is presented as an area function. The fundamental theorem of Calculus, relating derivatives and integrals, is demonstrated by analyzing the rate of change (derivative) of the area function (integral). Techniques of differentiation are introduced, with applications to maximum/minimum problems and curve sketching. Integrals are applied to calculating volume as well as area. Derivatives and integrals of trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions are stud [more]

**See below for online group session details** I'm a graduate of Princeton University with a passion for teaching. I quite simply enjoy leading students through difficult course material and preparing them for standardized exams. I believe that learning is a ongoing process and that tutoring should make that process more manageable. My tutoring services mainly focus on test preparation. Scoring in the 99th percentile on the math and chemistry sections of the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, SAT, SAT Sub... [more]

I scored a 5 on the AP Calculus test. Hello! I have a Ph.D. in chemistry from Columbia University, and I love to teach. I have been tutoring for over 15 years, and I have a passion for it. I love disseminating information to students in a unique and personalized way. I started out taking advance placement courses in high school including biology, Calculus BC, American history, and European history. I received perfect scores on all exams. During high school, I tutored my fellow classmates and students at other schools. I even t... [more]

I'm an experienced certified teacher in NJ, currently pursuing a Doctorate in Cognitive Studies in STEM Education. I hold a Masters in Physics and Applied Statistics also from Columbia University. I've been teaching and tutoring for over 20 years in several subjects including pre-algebra, algebra I & II, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, math analysis, pre-calculus, calculus (AP and IB), number theory, finite/discrete math, linear algebra, SAT Math/Critical Reading/Writing, programming, web... [more]

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