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I have tutored Calculus I and II professionally to many students over the years. These higher level courses are required material for students in the maths and sciences. If you are looking to pass this course with a strong understanding, contact me. I can break down difficult topics and bring this wonderful subject to life. Hello math students and future educators, With my BS in Mathematics, BA in Education, and 15+ years of tutoring experience, I am able to help you pass the Praxis, improve your SAT/ACT score, or help you through that difficult math class. I have been licensed to teach in Ne [more]

Calculus deals with constant change in situations such as motion, growth and decay. I have helped many students truly appreciate the value of calculus in real life so they can become motivated to tackle the material and succeed on tough courses. The classes I cover include high school calculus, Calc AB/BC, all the way up to College Calculus 2. #1 Tutor on Wyzant in the Summer of 2015!!!! Consistently ranked in the Top 100 and Top 200 Wyzant Tutors in the years 2010, 2011, 2014, and 2015!!! Any educational problem can be fixed, no matter how hard it seems. There is hope. Above the level of [more]

As an Eagle scout and former camp counselor, I have several years experience of informal teaching. I have taught both physical skills like swimming, canoeing, and karate, as well as more "paper-and-pencil" knowledge, including the basic understandings of weather, first aid, and the behaviors and classifications of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. I have also tutored elementary school through high school math at Mathnasium. I am completing a bachelor's degree in mathematics, and can del... [more]

I have five years of tutoring experience including three years tutoring college mathematics courses at the University of Wisconsin. In Summer of 2014 I worked as a Teaching Assistant in a course on mathematical infinities with the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. I hold a bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics, Computer Engineering and Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Hello, I'm Keith! I'm a graduate student at the Carnegie Mellon University Language Technologies Institute. I have over five years' combined tutoring experience including three years at the Universi [more]

Ever since I was a young girl, I have wanted to be a teacher. Combined with my passion for math, I became a High School Mathematics teacher straight out of college. I then obtained my National Board Certification. I taught high school math for six years. I am currently a stay at home mom teaching preschool to my children. I have been tutoring students from elementary school through college for the past 15 years. While teaching, I was in charge of developing and implementing lesson plans t... [more]

I have a Master's degree in Mathematics and am a former Calculus teacher. My love and appreciation of mathematics was cultivated from a very young age. Including the span of my elementary to high school years, my mother taught mathematics for more than 30 years. The pursuit of my strong passion for mathematics, therefore, felt natural at Morehouse College where I graduated summa cum laude with a double major in Mathematics and Economics. For students who don?t play math games and compete with siblings over who can compute the tax and tip the fastest at dinner, I a... [more]

As an engineer, I have learned, extensively used, and taught calculus. It is amazing how powerful calculus is in solving many day-to-day problems in science and engineering. It is derived entirely from the fundamental axioms of mathematics, but many times students run into a roadblock that keeps them from attaining a full working knowledge of the subject. My aim will be to remove those obstacles, and it is my sincere wish to see you become as proficient and enthusiastic about calculus as I am! My full-time job is teaching in a dedicated educational facility within a large engineering firm. The [more]

I am Mathematics Ph.D candidate in University of Pittsburgh with 4 years of teaching experience to undergrads. I encourage students to participate actively during the math sessions. About my teaching style: I usually start form simplest examples and then move to the harder ones if the students could assure me they understand the basic material well. Although I am mostly available during weekends, we can still meet during weekdays.... [more]

I have tutored over 100 students in mathematics and physics, over half of which were in Precalculus and Calculus I. After two years of Calculus, I took the AP Calculus AB and BC test and was able to test out of Calculus I and II college classes. I am currently doing independent research in analytical number theory and I hope to be published in a math journal in early 2015 for my work with cuban primes. When I tutor, I adjust my methods to each student. I start by identifying strengths and... [more]

I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with my Master's in biomedical engineering (BME) in 2016. I received my B.S. in BME from Case Western Reserve University in 2010. I achieved a perfect score on the math section of my ACT (I'm originally from the Chicago area, we took the ACT over the SAT out there). At CMU, I served as a teaching assistant for Introduction to Biomedical Engineering. I discovered a passion for teaching and helping students improve their understanding of the material... [more]

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