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I have taught several different levels of calculus. I have applied it in areas like economics and machine learning. Calculus might be the subject I have tutored the most in the last few years. I was a graduate student in mathematics at Caltech and a postdoc at Columbia University. I left academia to work in industry, but I enjoy teaching. I have written dozens of articles and a book on applying mathematics for general audiences. I'm working on a parent's guide to algebra and book on applying economics to improve environmentalism. I've tutored mathematics, statistics, economics, computer scienc [more]

I'm an experienced teacher who loves helping students achieve their educational goals. I have a B.A. (History; Math), two M.A.'s (European History; History of Science, Medicine, & Technology), and a wide range of teaching: taught many different college history courses; high school math; junior high math and science; ESL in Taiwan; chess. Also have good standardized test scores (e.g., GRE 790V, 780M, 720A; "competitive" score on the NSA's Professional Qualifications T... [more]

I placed into AP Calculus as a senior at Barrington High School (BHS), passed with the grade of an A all four quarters, and subsequently passed the AP exam with the score of a 5. I tutored high school students in AP Calculus during this time as well. As an undergraduate at Lyndon State College (LSC), I enrolled in and aced the following calculus-based courses: calculus II, calculus III, differential equations, topics in differential equations, real analysis, complex analysis, physical meteorology, statistics, linear algebra, physics I, physics II, and physics III. I also took atmospheric therm [more]

I have taken calculus courses all the way up to partial differential equations as part of my Physics B.S. at Rutgers University. Calculus was routinely used in higher level theoretical physics courses taken during my Masters in Physics at Brown University. I am currently a third year PhD student at Brown University. I got my Masters degree in Physics from Brown last year, with a GPA of 4.0. I spent my undergrad years at Rutgers University, double-majoring in Physics and Computer Science. I got my pre-college education in Cyprus. I have extensive experience teaching physics labs, both undergra [more]

I love math, and have tutored and taught math for many years, with students of very different backgrounds and abilities--in the US and abroad, high school and college-age students. My paper qualifications include a BA in math from Harvard and a high school math teaching certification from MA and RI--but, of course, a tutor is made from much more than paper. I am always cheerful and positive and have often been asked to help students prepare for the year ahead over the summer, giving stude... [more]

I have two bachelor's degrees, one in Applied Mathematics and one in Earth Science. I am currently attending Brown university to obtain a PhD in Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences with a focus in oceanography. For mathematics, my strengths are in calculus, linear algebra and ODE/PDE. I have also taken courses in abstract algebra, discrete mathematics, real and complex analysis, number theory, geometry and numerical analysis. For earth science, I generally focus on global climate an... [more]

Hi, my name is Dan and I am an experienced High School Mathematics Teacher with over 20 years of experience teaching in Providence and Central Falls. I have taught basically all of the high school math subjects, General Math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Statistics, Precalculus/Trig, SAT Prep and AP Calculus. I have tutored many students over the years, and I enjoy seeing them succeed and continue on in their education. When you teach one on one, you can move ahead at a rapid pa... [more]

I am a rising Junior at Union College studying Mechanical Engineering. On top of my academics, I am a member of the Varsity Baseball team and the Vice-President of my Fraternity, Chi Psi. At Barrington High School I was a member of the National Honors Society and also helped set up many study groups between friends and students alike. At Union, I spent my Freshman year helping out my friends with academics as well as setting up more study groups with my peers. On top of all of this I love... [more]

Hello! I'm a Freshman in the Honors Program in Boston College's Lynch School of Education, and am double majoring in Secondary Education and Math. At Boston College, I am a member of the Screaming Eagle's Marching Band, the BC Symphonic Band, the BC Pep Band, and the Newton Volunteer Services Tutoring program for which I go to a local Newton elementary school to tutor a third grader in math. I am a huge theater geek, and love watching movies, seeing plays, and performing in them. Over the sum... [more]

Hi, I'm Sylvia. I am a member of Brown University's Class of 2021 intending to major in Applied Math-Economics and have tutored throughout high school. My primary approach is to establish strong foundations in the subjects that students learn and to ensure that students truly understand the concepts covered. I present new and old material in an intuitive way to facilitate comprehension and provide detailed walkthroughs and explanations of challenging problems. Although I specialize in math, ... [more]

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