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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]

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]

I am an experienced student and tutor of calculus. As a student, I earned grades of A or better in all the calculus courses typical to the undergraduate math major. Having taken high school calculus AB and earned a 5 on the AP exam, I am also familiar with calculus at the high school level. In addition, I accrued experience with many application of calculus to physical problems while working towards my physics major. As a tutor, I have taught calculus I and II to college students. When tutoring calculus, I emphasize unifying concepts in mathematics, provide physical interpretation of math [more]

I completed a Math minor at the University of Minnesota and I have a strong background in calculus. Also, I tutored calculus to many high school and college students. I taught introductory calculus topics, such as limits, differentiation, integration, and their applications. Also, I taught vectors and matrices, multi-variable calculus, differential equations, and sequences and series. When I teach math at this level, I try very hard to make sure that the students understand the theoretical background. Being comfortable with the theory is essential to successfully solving problems and apply [more]

I have the skill to work with students with their Calculus. I have the ability to help them improve on any topics such as sequences, series, differentiation, integration, etc. The chain rule is a fun rule to use in calculus. I graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.S. in Mathematics and still continue with my education. My goal was to continue in education to become a teacher or working toward a Master in Mathematics. I have experience working with diversity students as a math tutor. I help students with their math assignment in any level. My goal as a tutor is to help students [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]

Hello! I am a data analyst and excel enthusiast with a Masters in Math. I hold a passion for mentoring individuals who are motivated to learn. In the past 10 years I have mentored for, led review sessions over, and taught a wide range of math courses. For mentoring, I have worked with high school & junior high school algebra, geometry, trigonometry, astrology, precalculus, calculus I & II, applied calculus, and the GRE math section. I would be able to apply myself to other courses outside of... [more]

I have several years of tutoring experience in Calculus. I tutoring AB Calc and BC Calc while still in high school, taught Calc I, II, and III while in college. Since then I have continued tutoring several students, most high schoolers, in calculus in preparation for their AP Exams. As a former student who passed the AP test (I got a 5) and a former Teaching Assistant in College for Calculus, I understand the theories, the applications, the knowledge required to pass, and the types of questions asked on the exam. I can confidently say that I will be able to help any student master Calculus. [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]

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