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I'm a retired community college math professor who taught math for 28 years and tutored for several years. I love math and loved teaching and tutoring, but now that I'm retired I'm looking forward to tutoring exclusively. Tutoring affords me the opportunity to zero in on a student's strengths and weaknesses so I can tailor my lessons in such a way that that student will have the best chance of succeeding. I won't simply teach you the skills you'll need to be successful in your math cou... [more]

I'm a college professor with 25+ years of experience teaching mathematics and computer programming. My favorite subjects include precalculus, calculus, linear algebra, optimization and numerical analysis. I believe the only way to learn mathematics or computer programming is by working through many exercises and problems. There's no way around this. It doesn't matter how well a lecture is presented or how good the teacher is. If you don't do the work yourself, you'll probably not succeed. ... [more]

I received my master's degree from NC State University. I taught math courses for a long time. I find easy ways to make students understand math concepts. I have experience assisting the students in learning concepts and developing their skills in easy ways. I spend adequate time with students and make sure they understand me well. I would encourage them to ask me any questions about the subject or any portion of the subject's material that is not clear to them. I was tutoring math courses such as basic algebra, college algebra and calculus to undergraduate students while I was working on my g [more]

I have experience tutoring limits, derivatives, integrals, implicit differentiation, related rates, etc. I have a BS in Mathematics from the University of California, Riverside. I also attended California State University, San Marcos as a graduate student in Mathematics; the degree is incomplete and I discontinued the program. I've been tutoring since December 2013. I've tutored all ages, K through college. I'm currently employed as a tutor in a group center and so I will have to work around that schedule. I am available Monday through Thursday from noon until 4:00pm or after 7:00pm. If [more]

I took First Semester Calculus in Summer of 2009. I failed. I quickly learned that some subjects need to be mastered. While I still have some difficulties, I will try my best to convey this during sessions. A California native, I have served the San Diego and Santa Cruz areas for eight years as an independent one-on-one tutor to students of all ages. My tutoring experience started with a volunteer opportunity at Calvary Chapel Oceanside, where I helped students from kindergarten to fifth grade with various subjects (reading comprehension, mathematics, writing). I soon received my first job as [more]

I've been a teacher's assistant during my Master and PhD program, focusing on upper division Math and Computer Science courses. My favorite subject to teach is Math, and with my background, I've discovered that there are many different ways to teach concepts in math, and these different perspectives can be useful in helping students understand math in a more concrete method. As my job as a research requires the use of Math and Computer Science every day, I can bring real life examples of ... [more]

I am a UC Berkeley graduate with a B.Sc in Chemical Engineering (concentrated in Materials Science and Engineering) and a minor in Chemistry. I have been tutoring since I was a freshman in high school 8 years ago, and during my years as an undergraduate at Berkeley, I was given the opportunity to work as a university-employed tutor for the College of Engineering's Center for Access to Engineering Excellence (CAEE), where I taught coursework ranging from multi-variable calculus and linear alg... [more]

Calculus is the culmination of basic mathematics. It applies the concepts learned in and understood in earlier math classes to grow a deeper knowledge of numbers, pattern recognition, and problem solving. YOU CAN LEARN and I CAN SHOW YOU HOW to: +++Overcome Fear of Failure +++Master "Hard" Subjects +++Find Success in Learning It is my belief that there is a greater potential within all of us to learn any subject better than we realize. My experience has taught me that once a person learns the "how to" of any subject, they are able to move forward confidently. My goal is to empower my student [more]

My first year of calculus was in high school. Based on my advanced placement exam and exams administered by the Georgia Institute of Technology, I received advanced placement in college. I studied calculus and more advanced math for six years as an undergraduate and graduate engineering student. I have been tutoring math for about 1.5 years now, after retiring as an engineer. As an engineering student, I took six years of undergraduate and graduate-level college math. Regarding content, my coursework covered the spectrum, covering trig, probability, calculus, linear algebra, and advanced e [more]

I have excelled in my calculus classes up to Calc 2 which I am currently in. Hi there! My name is Brandon B., I am a student attending Palomar College, looking to transfer next year, and major in Environmental Science. Math and Science are my strong suits, and I understand these areas very well. I feel anybody can learn anything if taught in the right way. If a topic is able to be made relate able and simplified, I think any topic can be understood easily. As Einstein once said, "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough".... [more]

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