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Calculus is known as a "major changer." What this means is that many students end up changing their major when they hit calculus. Do not be one of the 50% who fails calculus I. I can get you through this class with a minimum of pain. Let me translate all of the abstract symbols, formulas and definitions into plain English. I also have many handouts that help you get through some of the tougher spots. Please don't wait until you have failed a test or two to get help. Contact me early and reduce your stress and increase your scores. [more]

Calculus is the foundation for any future math classes, especially if you are pursuing a science, math, or engineering future. I started tutoring calculus early on in high school, and because of its difficulty and importance, this is still the topic I get the most requests for. The material is fresh in my mind and I can share with you a number of little tricks I created to make learning calculus easier. My name is Jessie and I am brilliant at tutoring! I have years of experience and am committed to helping you succeed. Let me, a well-rounded engineer, help you master math and science. You ar [more]

I discovered my preference for teaching and helping those that struggle with understanding concepts during my graduate work. I have a passion for learning and for learning the most effective routes for concept building. This is the basis of how I structure my tutoring sessions regardless of subject. I believe that conceptual understanding followed by appropriate application of learned tools for maneuvering within the concept is the key to learning and internalizing a subject as opposed to ro... [more]

As an instructor I have a broad set of experiences both in terms of subject matter, group size, and age of students. My first teaching experience came at the University of Kansas as a college algebra instructor and tutor. Each semester I had a class of approximately 20 students and tutored roughly 10 hours a week. The majority of this tutoring was one-on-one; however, when it proved advantageous, I would tutor small groups of 3-4 students. Later in my undergraduate degree, I led a student bri... [more]

I currently have credentials to teach math at all levels including AP Calculus. I have taught AP Calculus at the high school level with tremendous success. My students had a pass rate of 98% on the AP Calculus Exam! I am a graduate of UC San Diego with a degree in Management Science and a minor in Art. I have a Master of Education from UC San Diego with credentials to teach Mathematics and Physics. I have supplemental credentials to also teach Business, Economics, and Art. As a high school student I scored 790 on my SAT Math, 800 on my SAT II Math 2, and competed at the American Invitation [more]

I have nine years of experience with AP Calculus tutoring and all my students have received 4s or 5s. As a lifelong learner, I am very driven to help others achieve their goals in the classroom. I've been a high school and college math tutor for 8 years, and worked for UCLA to teach upper division linear algebra. I do not aim to simply get my students to pass, but truly help them understand the material so they are not simply regurgitating information. I specialize in tutoring Pre-Calculus, Calculus I/II/III, any lower division math/stats course (linear algebra, discrete, diff eq's, etc.), . [more]

On the Calculus AP tests I received a 5 on the Calculus AB and a 4 on the Calculus BC. Furthermore I continued to use Calculus while attaining my Mechanical Engineering degree. My name is Christopher and I am a recent graduate of Cal Poly Pomona. I finished my Bachelor's of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering with an overall GPA of 3.4 this past summer and am looking to give back to the community. I figured what better way to do this than to help students reach their goals and provide them with future opportunities. During my time at Cal Poly Pomona, I aspired to excel in my coursework. [more]

I have been teaching Physics for the past 5 years and I truly love it. Before that, I tutored it for 4 years. In college I chose Physics as my major because I enjoyed it and it made sense to me. I decided to tutor it because I wanted others to see the same things. My goal, still, is to show my students that Physics is not hard and can be fun to learn. I have taught at large public schools and small private ones. I am not limited to Physics though, I have also taught Algebra, Algebra II ... [more]

I was a teaching assistant for the UCSD Math 20C when I was a graduate student in Fall 2016. As part of this appointment, I had to spend 2 hours weekly in the Calc Lab, helping students who come in seeking help. While that is mostly for the earlier parts of the 3, 10, and 20 series, I am still able to help in classes like 20D. 20E, and 18. I have experience as a high school Science Olympiad coach, a high school tutor for physics and math, and a teaching assisant for physics and multivariable calculus at the university level. I like to take an "inverted pyramid" approach, in which I emphasize a [more]

I am a chemist by training and by trade. I use the fundamental concepts of chemistry every day. I also have three years of experience teaching undergraduate chemistry while I was a graduate student at UC Irvine. My style of teaching emphasizes concepts and reasoning. The sciences can be overwhelming if you dive in head first, especially if you intend to memorize everything. But if you focus on a handful of basic concepts, you will be able to solve almost any problem. Furthermore, I kn... [more]

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