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I have tutored students in calculus at the regular, AP, and collegiate levels and scored a perfect 5/5 myself on the AP exam when I took it in high school. Factoring in my engineering background, I am well qualified to tutor in this subject and have received many positive reviews and testimonials for doing so. My lessons will reinforce the conceptual side of calculus by relating everything I teach you to real-world applications in physics, biology, business, and economics. I also teach students to see calculus as a "visual" science by demonstrating how every concept has a graphical interpreta [more]

Is your son or daughter struggling to keep up in their coursework? Are you tired of arguing over homework or exam grades? I understand and I can help. A student's college trajectory is being set as early as 7th and 8th grade. It is absolutely possible to make up for academic weaknesses later, but the sooner a student receives necessary support, the better his or her chances of gaining acceptance to their preferred college or university. As your tutor, I will bring my 10 years of experien... [more]

Being born and raised in France, I earned my Scientific Baccalaureate with a concentration in Mathematics and an option in Latin. I then earned a Bachelor's degree in Economics with dual minors in Mathematics and Business, graduating Summa Cum Laude from Pace University (NYC). During that time, I worked as an academic tutor at the Pace University Tutoring Center (Economics, Mathematics) and as a private tutor for students at New York University, Columbia and Baruch College (Mathematics, St... [more]

Hello All! My name is Robert, but you can call me Bob or Bobby. I currently work in Investments for Genworth Financial in Stamford, CT. However, my dream job is to become an Actuary, and I spend some of my free time studying to pass the exams required to become one. What is an Actuary you ask? Basically, an Actuary is a person who evaluates the likelihood of future events using numbers. Actuaries also design creative ways to reduce the likelihood and decrease the financial impact of undesi... [more]

I have tutored more than 200 students in math/physics/chemistry over the last 17 years, including Calculus. Hello! I graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in engineering physics and a minor in mathematics. In addition, I was inducted into the academic honors society phi beta kappa at graduation. My graduate work was done at Stanford University, also in engineering physics. I have always been interested in math and science, as evidenced by my working career. My first job position was as a physicist doing research for a Silicon Valley laboratory. I was subseque [more]

For 4 semesters I was a peer tutor and academic workshop instructor through Cornell University's Department of Engineering. In these positions I interacted with freshmen students taking classes in integral and multivariable calculus. My personal background in mathematics includes AP-level work in high school, Cornell's engineering mathematics sequence (multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra), and higher-level graduate coursework (computational calculus and statistics, applied mathematics, and calculus of variations). When teaching calculus to an individual student, I [more]

I have helped many math students raise their grades dramatically in short periods of time. I accomplish this by focusing on improving a student's problem solving ability, a skill that is not often taught well in school. I have worked with students with learning disabilities as well as gifted students taking advanced classes or classes beyond their grade level. I enjoy helping students achieve their maximum potential! I am an experienced Private Math and SAT / ACT Tutor. I provide tutoring in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Statistics and SAT, ACT, PSAT, IS [more]

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Calculus is one of the most beautiful and elegant areas of math. Thinking of finite functions in infinite terms might feel counterintuitive, but it is the way we can find exact instantaneous figures for a constantly changing world. The first time a student sees a derivative, it generally either makes perfect sense, or none at all. Let Michal work through the process to reach that "aha" moment with your child. Michal is a professional math tutor with six years of private tutoring experience in person and online. Michal has a bachelor?s degree from Wellesley College and a master?s degree from N [more]

I have one year of tutoring experience, including Calculus, and an Ivy League education. Hello. I graduated from Princeton with an Economics major and was in the top 10% of my graduating class. Previously, I scored a perfect score on the IB exams. I have an 800 on SAT Math and 800 on SAT Subject Test, Math Level 2. I have experience tutoring college and high school students for 2+years (3 hours a week) in Math (calculus, precalculus and SAT Math) and Economics (Macroeconomics and Econometrics). I have tutored both one-to-one and in groups of 5-10. Over 2 years, I have helped ab... [more]

If you are looking for someone to help you where others have failed, or if you just want the best, then I'm definitely your tutor. Key focus must be on the student overcoming any mental barriers he/she may have to understanding the subjects. I teach concepts first and test taking second. If you know the concepts, the test results follow, but test taking strategies are also emphasized. I specialize in college level courses but am willing to tutor the highly motivated college-bound high sch... [more]

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