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In high school, I took introductory calculus classes focused on calculating derivatives and integrals. I continued studying calculus in college and learned the theory behind calculus of a single variable and of several variables. At UChicago, I taught classes in multivariable calculus. I have also studied physics and can explain the relationships between calculus and that subject, especially electricity and magnetism. I am available to tutor any area of mathematics: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, etc. I can also help w [more]

I have a love of learning and a passion for teaching! I hold a B.S. in biology and have completed extensive coursework in chemistry and physics as well. I scored in the top 5% in the math section of the SAT and the GRE, and the top 10% in the verbal section of those tests. Of course, intelligence alone does not a good teacher make. I am a firm believer that any subject can be accessible and interesting if it is properly explained. I have found that the teachers who best facilitate learning... [more]

I like teaching students, and helping other people get better. Teaching and learning are two sides of the same coin, and having been on the learning side of the coin for so long, I'd like to try my hand at teaching. I have no former experience, formally teaching but I'm confident I'll be able to help anyone who's willing to be taught. I am a Chancellor's Scholarship holder at UMass Amherst, and have done well in a number of competitive exams, ranging from the SAT and SAT Subject tests; to IIT... [more]

I have an Engineering Science degree from Manchester Community College, and various math and engineering courses in an Aerospace Engineering program at University of Arizona. I am currently on leave while working as a math tutor and exploring my interest in a career in education. I have worked as a tutor while attending school, and at a tutoring center for the past year. I want to expand my reach through Wyzant to reach more students and spend more time tutoring. For the past year I have bee... [more]

Subject area includes: Cartesian plane, graphs of equations, functions, limits, techniques for evaluating limits, continuity, infinite limits, delta-epsilon definition of limits, derivative and tangent line problem, velocity, acceleration and other rates of change, differentiation rules for constant multiples, sums and powers, differentiation rules for products and quotients, extrema on an interval, the Mean Value Theorem, increasing and decreasing functions and first derivative test, concavity and second derivative test, optimization problems, business and economic applications, Newton's Meth [more]

I am an undergraduate student at the University of Connecticut and am majoring in mechanical engineering. I got a 1900 on my SAT's, and took AP chemistry, AP physics and calculus in high school, aced them (thanks to tutoring), and am taking them again in college. When I first started preparing for the SAT's and taking these classes I was struggling, so much in fact that my parents demanded I get a tutor. I was embarrassed at first because none of my friends needed tutors, but I soon came to r... [more]

I have a strong background in mathematics. I pursued calculus and other mathematics in college well beyond what was required for my major, and I excelled at all of it. Calculus has many applications in engineering and even in nature. Calculus introduces highly abstract mathematical ways of thinking, while requiring familiarity with algebra and geometry. I am aware of these challenges, and I use my experience as an educator to help students with them. I seek to explain topics in an understandable way and to help the student analyze the topic and identify the core principles. [more]

My name is Ron and I have enjoyed working with and learning arithmetic, mathematics and science all my life. I will tutor from any one of the town libraries in Agawam, MA or East Windsor, Suffield, and/or Windsor Locks, CT. From when I was four years old helping my dad with home projects we built and flew radio-controlled balsa-wood airplanes, always fixed cars, repaired lawnmowers when needed ? he was an engineer ? and we were do-it-yourselfers so we worked on everything ? we even built our ... [more]

Hello! My name is Ryan, and I am currently a Mathematics student with a background in Education at Brandeis University, preparing for my final year of study. I work mostly in advanced prep, particularly before the school year begins. I have always loved math, especially algebra and calculus; I've been a tutor for several years for this exact reason. In high school, I watched too many of my friends give up on the idea that they could be successful math students, simply because of one or two d... [more]

I have over 25 years experience as a math teacher and tutor. Simply put, I love working with students, both in a classroom setting and one-on-one as a tutor. I enjoy explaining things and the challenge of trying to make complicated topics simpler or at least understandable. For me, it's very satisfying to see a student finally get something they've been struggling with for a while, to experience that moment when something clicks and becomes clear. Although I certainly like working with st... [more]

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