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Calculus is the language of engineering and science. The two principle components of calculus are rates of change and areas or volumes under curves. When I began my undergraduate career, I tested out of two semesters of calculus and began my freshman year in calculus III which is multivariate and vector calculus. I enjoy teaching this material, and I find that many students have a good intuitive grasp of calculus. They just need help with the details. Hi, my name is David. I have worked as a math tutor for several years. In fact, I began my tutoring career shortly after I graduated from colleg [more]

I have used calculus extensively in my studies. I took AP Calculus BC my senior year of high school and scored a 5, so I'm very familiar with introductory level calculus. I am also very fluent in calculus with multiple variables and differential equations. I studied Physics in college, which uses calculus on an everyday basis. I also taught math one on one for most of the past year when I lived in Chicago. I specialize in Calculus and Physics tutoring, but also work with many students in Algebra, Geometry, and Precalculus. I studied Physics at Knox College in Illinois, graduating early in No [more]

My name is Katherine and I am a new Seattle resident who simply loves teaching. While working on my Washington State Certification, I continue to teach and put the things I learn into practice. If you are looking for an effective, enthusiastic and professional tutor, please consider my qualifications. I have had seven years of English/ESL classroom experience abroad and have taught students from age 6 to 60. My teaching experience includes TOEFL prep, English conversation, public speaki... [more]

I have tutored several calculus students over the last 2 years from UW, Seattle Central, and AP students from various Seattle Public Schools. I also have considerable experience working with a student taking online calculus course. There is a saying in math, which goes, "The hardest part about Calculus is Algebra." When I tutor Calculus, I never assume that the student has perfect knowledge of the Algebra that is being used. I ask questions to figure out all the parts that might be confusing, even if those parts involve going over parts of Algebra again! A good understanding of Algebra is pa [more]

I am an experienced math and science instructor with over 10 years of teaching and tutoring experience. Between 2010 and 2014, I worked as a teacher at the Yellow Wood Academy, a private high school that offers students a specialized one-on-one classroom environment. At YWA, I taught all high school science classes (including AP, Computer Programming, and Environmental Science) and all levels of high school math. In addition to my teaching and tutoring duties, I designed individualized lesson... [more]

I love teaching. More specifically, I love being part of someone's discovery that math isn't really a foreign language and that writing doesn't have to be a torturous process. I believe that learning should be fun, and enjoy seeing the satisfaction, confidence, and wonder that comes with understanding and success. As a high school senior, I student taught a sophomore biology class as part of an education course, and assisted with developmentally delayed and ESL courses. At Seattle Central Co... [more]

Hi future students and parents!!! My name is Aki, and I'm a Physics/Calculus teacher at a small private school located in San Diego. I've started tutoring in 2012 at a prestigious tutoring facility. There I had the opportunity to teach a group of high school students SAT and ACT while creating materials for the AP tests. This experience made me realize how much I enjoy teaching! Naturally, I decided to take on teaching as my main occupation in 2015. Students will probably tell you that I'm ... [more]

I took AP Calculus at University HS in 1985 and received college credit for it. During my undergraduate degree I took courses in Calculus, Physics, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. I graduated in 1990 with a BSME. My graduate degree was very heavily math oriented. In particular, I studied analytical methods to solve equations that needed iteration and therefore a computer to solve. I have over twenty years of experience as a Sr. Mechanical Engineer in a variety of industries. I am an expert in FEA and CAD and other engineering software. I have excellent written and verbal commu [more]

Hello, I am interested in opportunities to provide tutoring services to high school students, with a focus on Calculus, Algebra, and Geometry. I am also available to tutor science classes: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students taking my lessons will learn the material for their course and study strategies that will help them in future classes. My approach is to teach the student how to identify the nature of the problem and to recognize the appropriate way to solve it. We work through t... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, and have over five years of tutoring experience, where Calculus is perhaps the leading subject. I have taught high school and university level students through multivariate Calculus (Calc 4). Professional tutor focusing on Math/Statistics, Chemistry, Physics and Computers. Personally scored 800 on both SAT Math & SAT Math II & 787 in Chemistry prior to attending CalTech. Have extensive IT industry experience and have been actively tutoring for 2 years. I excel in helping people learn to compute fast without or without calculators, and prepare [more]

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