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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]

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]

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]

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]

Hi! I'm Han and until last year I was a Ph.D. student at UCSD's bioengineering department (don't worry, I graduated safely). While working on my Ph.D., I've come to love teaching students and helping them solve problems, in lecture halls and during private office hours. However, I've been a tutor long before I started grad school as I've tutored Chemistry and Math in my community college for the chemistry department and for the Financial Aid office respectively. In my years teaching, I've c... [more]

My name is Kevin. I graduated from UCSD with a bachelor's in math-computer science. I also tutored at San Diego Miramar College for four years and am now the Education technician at Miramar's mathlab. I have a passion for science, and my favorite topics to learn about are math and theoretical computer science. In my undergraduate program, I studied calculus, analysis, differential equations, mathematical logic, abstract algebra and many other topics that a typical math major would study. I... [more]

I have completed the entire undergraduate calculus sequence, along with a multivariable calculus course. I received A's in all of the courses. Literally, I apply calculus daily to my physics education and research. I have been tutoring for nearly 10 years, ranging from Adult Basic Education to college-level Physics and Mathematics. I am beginning graduate studies in Physics at UC San Diego in the Fall of 2015. I recently graduated from SUNY at Buffalo with highest honors in Applied Mathematics and Physics. I was chosen as the Outstanding Senior in the Physics Department. As a child, I was g [more]

I have obtained a Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics in 2013 from SDSU and a Bachelor's Degree in Pure Mathematics from UCSD. I am planning to teach at community colleges in the near future. Tutoring is a great way for me to refresh my knowledge and to gain more teaching experience. At SDSU, I was working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, where I prepared, lectured, and reviewed specialized supportive lessons to calculus students in parallel with the professor's lectures. Prior... [more]

I took BC Calculus as a sophomore in high school and scored a 5 on the AP exam. After competing in national math tournaments in high school and taking BC Calculus in the 10th grade, I enrolled at Harvard College where I graduated in four years with both bachelor's and master's degrees in Applied Math with a focus in economics. I subsequently studied at Georgia Tech's business school where I received a master's degree in strategic management. I currently work in San Diego as a financial analyst. My focus when tutoring is on helping students learn by doing, not by ... [more]

Background: I graduated from UCSD with a Master's in Electrical Engineering. As a graduate student, I was a teaching assistant for undergraduate engineering and science classes. I have been tutoring part time for the past 3-4 years. I mainly tutor high school and undergraduate math and high school physics. Teaching/Tutoring Method: For the most part, I try to focus on helping the student understand the concepts. I have an excellent understanding of the subject and I can break it down to th... [more]

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