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I find that students have a wide range of needs and learning styles. Some students just need a little extra boost to get them through a tough spot in a class. Some students need someone to sit with them while doing homework to keep them on track. Some students need coaching on how to even approach the study Math or Physics. Some students learn better by having concepts explained clearly. Some students learn better if they are asked a series of leading questions, so that they find the answers ... [more]

I have over 5,000 hours experience in tutoring math including many successful hours tutoring calculus. I have a Master?s degree from Stanford University in Applied Mathematics. I have a firm grasp on calculus concepts and I am very good at explaining these concepts to students. I have a great love for mathematics and love to impart this to my students. I have taught as an adjunct instructor at Augsburg College. I am a skilled, experienced and practical math tutor. I tutor 7 days a week. I have experience tutoring both high school and college students. I have a Masters degree from Stanford Uni [more]

Calculus was invented to tackle real problems, but too often it seems like a bunch of abstract stuff and weird procedures to memorize. I first studied Calculus at Columbia Heights High School, with a great teacher, Roger Sadlowsky. When we tackled a new concept, he made sure we knew what it was good for. I help Calculus students see the meaning of procedures, and keep it connected to real life applications. Calculus is like an upside-down pyramid - new concepts are balanced on the scaffolding of previous concepts. I work with students to make sure they have a solid foundation, and see how new [more]

Calculus is the study of rates of change, including limits, derivatives, functions, and integrals. It is used in many different fields, including physical sciences, computer science, economics and more. I took AP Calculus in High School, and scored a 5 on the test. In college, I took both Single and Multi-variable calc, and did very well in both of them. When tutoring calculus, I try to find out where the student is struggling, and then build off of what he or she already understands well. Hi, I am an experienced high school teacher and tutor. Here is a little of my background info: I g [more]

Currently, I am following the B.S. program in Math and Economics at the University of North Dakota preparing for graduate study in Economics or Actuarial Science. This program will equip me with the latest knowledge of quantitative techniques and methods in finance. Before matriculating towards being an Actuary, I chose to specialize in Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering fields which helped me see abstract Mathematics in a new light and apply mathematical ideas and analysis to a wide ran... [more]

I am an undergraduate student studying chemistry. I have a strong interest in the subject. Paying attention to the fundamentals has brought me academic success. My favorite thing to do in math and the physical sciences is examine a problem at a fundamental level.... [more]

Hello, I'm Chris. I have always been a Math geek. I love Math and have spent the time learning it. I'm offering to put that knowledge to work for you. I like to focus on the logic of mathematics. Everything in mathematics is built from basic principles. I start from the basics to show students how and why things are done. With connections drawn from known principles, and with some encouragement, many students find they know more than they think they do. I ask questions to guide the student ... [more]

Hello potential students, My name is Grant. I am a recent graduate from the University of Minnesota. My major was computer science with a minor in mathematics. I am looking to help others through tutoring because I know how much it can help to have personal help when you are struggling with a subject. My specific qualifications for teaching math and computer science extend beyond my degree. I have several years of on the job experience with with languages including Java, SQL, MySQL... [more]

Hi! I'm a product development engineer at 3M and I just received my PhD in physical organic chemistry, focusing on organic solar power, using laser spectroscopy! What this means for you is that I have had relevant experience in very high levels of math, physics and chemistry. I was a high school science teacher (earth and space science, chemistry, and physics), so I know how to make all of this material approachable and I understand how planning and practice make subjects much more approacha... [more]

I have tutored Calculus for over 3 years. I have a double A in calculus because I studied Calculus out of the country but my grades won't transfer, so I had to take calculus again in the US. I had an A grade both times. Before Calculus I tutored Algebra and the combination of both gives me more than 4 years of tutoring math. I know how to observe my students well enough to identify what area they need help with. I know how to approach calculus when dealing with students who struggle with algebra. [more]

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