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I am a Caltech graduate with a degree in Mathematics and 25 years experience as an Aerospace Engineer. I love teaching math and realize that every student has a unique learning style, so I try to tailor my lessons to allow each student to use their strengths to solve a problem in the way that is easiest for them, while also working on their weak points so they will have more tools available to them to solve problems in different ways in the future. One of the great things about Math is that t... [more]

I have a Ph.D in Mathematics and have been teaching Mathematics and Statistics for many years. I have always enjoyed tutoring and believe it is the most effective way of learning. My tutoring experience goes way back to my graduate study at U of Delaware. And through the years, I have been tutoring mathematics of all levels. I have been teaching pre-algebra, algebra 1, calculus I, II and III, geometry, pre-calculus and statistics. I have been tutoring for SAT, AP. Make mathematics fun a... [more]

Throughout my studies I have taken Algebra, Trigonometry, pre-Calculus, single and multi-variable Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. In all classes I've gotten no less than A's. I am comfortable teaching any of the topics above and I have seen where they apply in the world of science, giving me a unique perspective. I have a Ph.D. in Chemistry from MIT, as well as a B.S. in Chemistry and a B.S. in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from UC-Irvine. In the past I have run chemistry workshops and tutored many undergraduate students. In addition, as part of my requirement for grad [more]

I am well qualified to tutor Calculus. I have many years of experience teaching Calculus and I can help you with limits, differentiation, integration, analyzing graphs of functions, maximization and minimization, finding area, volume of revolution by the Disk method and Shell method, arc length, surface area of revolution, work done by a variable force, centroid of a planar lamina, force exerted on a vertically submerged surface in a fluid, integration techniques, improper integrals, infinite series, intervals of convergence, conics, parametric equations, polar equations, double and triple int [more]

Taken and passed Calculus I, II, and III at a university. I'm currently an engineering student at Cal State University, Northridge. I became a math tutor 2 years ago. I tutor in person and through online platforms such as Pundits. I've tutored different people and I've had to develop many different teaching methods to adapt to their learning styles. I enjoy helping my students reach their goals and I find joy in adapting concepts in math to meet individual learning styles . There is no standard way of learning and there is no standard way of teach... [more]

Hi my name is Ana and I am a junior attending the University of California, Merced. I am an applied Mathematics major with an emphasis on engineering so me and math are practically like best friends. I am able to tutor math from the K-12 levels, and can also tutor college level math. I have taken other classes at college as well that fulfill the college general requirements such as writing, chemistry, sociology, computer science, calculus, calculus 2 and I am on the process of taking even mor... [more]

I am a college student majoring in Math. I have experience tutoring my classmates, A.P. Calculus, and Calculus 2. I LOVE CALCULUS 1! It is my favorite Math subject to tutor. I love showing tricks and shortcuts as well as explaining why the Calculus is important for Student/Career success. For beginners, Calculus can be an unpleasant suprise, but with me, Calculus will be a great experience! They say Calculus is the back bone of Physics, and once you understand Calculus, you will fall in love with Math. I can help you become better at Calculus. [more]

Hi all, my name is Kyle, and I am a graduate from University of California, San Diego with a B.S. in biochemistry and cell biology. I am a scientist with a wide variety of interests and passions that go beyond my work in the laboratory. the first and most important passion of mine being the desire to spread the joy that comes with a world understood through the natural laws that govern it. Students are often taught facts rather than a capacity to understand. It is similar to the difference be... [more]

My name is William, a retired engineer and now a STEM tutor and part time Math/Science high school teacher. I have a BS in chemical engineering and a master's in environmental/management engineering. I also have over 10 years of actual classroom teaching experience in Chemistry Math/Algebra, Calculus, Geometry/Trigonometry, environmental waste management and chemical engineering. My recent private tutoring work involved some of my family members, relatives, and friends in their high school/co... [more]

I have a vast knowledge of Calculus, I scored high on the tests and homework. I have been learning Maths since my mother taught me algebra in Kindergarten. Ever since that time I've flown through my Maths classes with great skill and ease. In high school and college I never studied for any of my tests; I have a photographic memory, allowing me to remember everything from the lectures in great detail. I have always been the person to help other students after class, sharing my free time with others to enrich their learning experiences. In college I was the weirdo who ... [more]

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