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1)previous experience tutoring calculus 2)minored in math as an undergraduate I am a friendly person. I like math and chemistry and enjoy helping students understand these subjects better. I have three years experience tutoring these subjects at the college level. I began tutoring after I retired from the software industry. I also taught freshman chemistry for two years, when I was in graduate school at Indiana University. My most recent tutoring experience was in 2014 working in the Math Center at Lincoln Land Community College. It has been brought to my attention ... [more]

I have degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Psychology, and graduate degrees in Engineering, Reactor Engineering, and Business Administration / Technology Management. I have been teaching in various forms for over a decade. I've been a graduate teaching assistant. I worked as part-time faculty in the math department at a college. I've taught and tutored the SAT, ACT, MCAT, LSAT, GRE, GMAT, GED, and a few other standardized tests. I worked as an instructor for the Nuclear Navy. I'm current... [more]

Have about 3 years of knowledge of Calculus and Calculus I and II. Also took a semester course in Calculus III. I am a college graduate and I work part time as a mathematics tutor. Throughout my academic career I have developed a diverse set of skills that will allow me to succeed in the challenging fields of mathematics. Upon further review of my qualifications you will see that I have the skills and experience necessary to meet any challenge that you might offer me. As my qualifications indicate, I have been fortunate enough to work with various mathematical subjects. I consider myself [more]

I have been tutoring for over 10 years, mostly focusing on mathematics. I have tutored students with many challenges including learning and physical disabilities. I am very friendly, open, patient and flexible with my students. I view tutoring as an excellent challenge through which I may exercise my communication skills. I am also pursuing a Masters degree at Maryville University in Actuarial Science (which merges the studies of Statistics with Finance) and studying for the professional ... [more]

I took both AP Calculus AB and BC in high school, and I scored a 5 on both AP exams. I tutored students in Calculus for four years in college, and I also was a TA for various Calculus classes throughout my college career. I have always had a knack for explaining things, and as a result I love to teach. I have worked with many students throughout high school and college, and it is always a blessing to me to watch hard work pay off and result in success. I tutored students of all ages for four years during my time at Wheaton College, where I earned my bachelor's degree in mathematics. I was als [more]

I have taught at local colleges in the St. Louis area for more than 25 years, primarily business statistics. But, I have also taught college algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. I love probability and enjoy making it fun for students. I enjoy developing creating examples that fit the student's area of interest. I received my Ph.D. in applied mathematics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2006. I have worked in industry for more than 30 years as a statistician. I love living in St. L... [more]

I am qualified as a calculus tutor not only through academics but also because I enjoy tutoring in itself. I took calculus 1 and 2 in high school and retook them in college for As. I simply love doing math and relating it to other people through different connections. Hello, my name is Joshua and I graduated from Illinois College with a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics and Physics. I am currently going to SIUE for Mechanical Engineering. At Illinois College, I served as a tutor for the majority of the calculus and physics students. I have around 3 years of tutoring experience and have [more]

I'm a great tutor, I tutored Engineering students at Bradley University and had an excellent success rate. The Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Department conveyed the students' feedback to me. I'm good in teaching one on one, where I can communicate with the student comfortably and can tell directly if the student understood the concept directly. I have a strong background in mathematics, algebra & Calculus are just part of the math that I can teach. I'm strong in Chemistry, Phy... [more]

-Mastery of Calculus I and II -Took honors calc 3 in spring (got a B) -tutored both math and physics for two years now Hi, I'm Ryan! I am currently an upcoming sophomore at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign studying electrical engineering. As an aspiring engineer, the focus of my classes is to challenge my intuition and sharpen my problem-solving skills. Too often I am faced with a task that could take multiple tries and different approaches before I finally come to a solution. These are the kinds of problems that take hours? sometimes even days?where I am stuck scratching my head [more]

Calculus goes a step beyond higher algebra and trigonometry, dealing with area under curved lines and similarly unusual subjects. I enjoyed the practical applications of it when I took the course in college. I have experience sharing the basics and the short cuts with other students. After a 20 year career as an actuary I have been tutoring students from 6th grade through college for 9 years, more than 300 students 3,000 hours. I am also a certified substitute teacher a part-time professor at Illinois State University. In past years I was an assistant high school basketball coach and work quit [more]

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