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Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 328 ratings

I have been teaching and tutoring math since I was in college, and have been doing it professionally for the last 15 years. I tutor mostly high school and college students, but I have tutored 3rd grade thru univesity too. I enjoy math and I have many different ways to approach difficult subjects. I am NOT big on memorizing formulas, although there are a few that DO need to be memorized. I try to approach math from a logical perspective so that the formulas and functions make sense. I am ... [more]

We will study calculus concepts such as limits and continuity; differentiation and integration of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and hyperbolic functions; related rates; and optimization problems. In addition, we will study applications of integration such as volume. I believe students should be confident in their math skills. By getting good grades in school, their options in life (e.g. jobs, career paths) are kept open. I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first is recognizin [more]

Calculus presents a lot of abstract ideas and the logic needed to do things like evaluating limits, improper integrals and divergence vs convergence is difficult to follow; textbooks and lectures sometimes skip steps when explaining these ideas. I have done a lot of calculus over the years and have years of experience leading others through these ideas. I have been around instructors for my entire life. My mother was a general tutor for the neighborhood and I helped her when our small apartment was stuffed with children and textbooks, writing, reading and aiding them with math after my own hom [more]

I took calculus 1 and 2 in high school and received an A in both courses. I scored a 5 on the calculus AP exam. I have used calculus in my graduate course work including: linear algebra, differential equations, and complex analysis. I have previous experience tutoring undergraduate students in both differential and multi-variable calculus. I am currently a graduate student at UC Irvine studying to get my PhD in Physical Chemistry. My knowledge base includes other science topics including: physics, biochemistry, math, and programming. I have four years experience as a teaching assistant for und [more]

Calculus is the natural language of the sciences--it's very foundations run parallel to most every significant discovery in Physics. I've worked with dozens of students across a number of educational settings: last semester's AP Calculus BC students worked with me on their way to scoring all 5s (which I must admit, made me very proud of all seven of them!); I worked with students in Business Calculus at UCLA, USC, and UCI, as well as a number of online programs; I've worked with dozens of students in their dreaded 'Calculus 3' courses, helping them to conquer ideas like gradients, normals, an [more]

Degree in Aerospace Engineering. I have 12 years paid tutoring experience and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from UCSD with a minor in Science Education. Most of my tutoring experience is with students between grades 7-12 primarily in Mathematics and science, but I also tutor Spanish, English, and College level Mathematics and Sciences. I can come to you, either at your home or a neutral location such as a library. I love learning and I love helping others learn. It makes me really happy to see students succeed and grow in... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 160 ratings

I have taken 6 college level calculus courses including differential equations and multivariable calculus with a 4.0 average. I have approximately 100 hours of tutoring calculus on a high school and college level. Most importantly, I find the theory and practice of calculus to be among the most interesting pursuits in all of mathematics. I have tutored and studied, at a graduate level, a broad range a math topics focusing on calculus and statistics. I have found math tutoring to be one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. Many students report that they do not like math and/or ar [more]

Calculus is a subject that can be learned very easily. Being that PreCalc is a pre-requisite for Calculus, following our intuition and understanding the geometry and algebra behind the Calculus concepts as well as learning a few properties, makes Calculus a fun subject to learn and apply to real world situations. I have more than 15 years of experience in tutoring students of all ages and levels of education from elementary to graduate school. I am most interested in changing the way my students perceive themselves when approaching math. Throughout the years, I have had the most rewarding expe [more]

Calculus is a vast subject that begins by building on top of algebra and trigonometry by introducing concepts such as limits and infinite series. It then introduces derivatives and later integration. After those concepts are mastered partial differentiation, multivariate integration, differential equations and differential operators are added. Calculus requires strong math skills in foundational math up through the level of trigonometry, and any holes or weaknesses in those areas need to be addressed. [more]

I'd love to make sure you succeed in your STEM classes! I graduated with high honors from Mills College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. Currently, I am a graduate student at UC Irvine, working towards getting my Ph.D in Chemistry. Throughout my undergraduate, I was a peer tutor for calculus 1 and 2 and general chemistry, was a TA for general chemistry and upper division thermodynamics, and was an active researcher in the department (focusing on cool atmospheric chemistry!). A... [more]

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