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In Calculus, new concepts are introduced that require higher levels of abstract thinking. I work with students to deconstruct the more complex ideas into simpler, understandable pieces. From limits, to derivatives, to integrals, to refreshing necessary skills from earlier math, I have been working with students in this subject for years with great success. As for my educational qualifications, I have a degree from UCLA in Applied Mathematics, graduating Magna Cum Laude. This training has given me a rock-solid foundation in all the math subjects I teach. [more]

Calculus is easily my favorite mathematical discipline. It combines the abstract thinking of algebra, the real-world application of engineering and physics, and the elegance of language. I believe that I can demonstrate to any student how interesting calculus really is and in the process develop a total mastery of the topic. I received a score of 5 on the AP Calculus B/C exam, and was deemed both a National AP Scholar as well as National Merit Scholar in high school. I hold a Master's in Applied & Theoretical Mathematics from Cal State Channel Islands and a BA from UC Berkeley in Political S [more]

Calculus is the foundation for math, science and technology; it paves the way. Calculus is a subject that requires success in previous topics. My degree is in Pure Math which means I studied calculus a few days a week for multiple years. After completing my degree I started teaching calculus. It was more then 20 years ago but I am still excited when I can share this beautiful material with my students. What engenders a love of math? How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why d [more]

My name is Andy, and I love math. I hold a BS and MS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In high school, I competed in various prestigious math and science competitions. I have gotten 800s in SAT math I and II. Learn from the best! I am patient and have great ability to make difficult concepts easy to understand. Over the years I have developed various techniques on how to solve problems very quickly and accurately. When looking at a problem, there may be multiple ways to solve... [more]

Students will gain a genuine understanding of the meaning of these concepts without just memorizing formulas. This forms a solid foundation for critical thinking for college and/or skills that are required for STEM study in college. 12 years experience; I've been tutoring since I was 18. Valedictorian St. Bonaventure High School. BS in Physics from University of Southern California. Master's Degree in Physics from University of Pittsburgh I have created a special curriculum for students who are fundamentally struggling with math at any level. This program focuses on changing the student's [more]

Over many years, working with a wide variety of students in many types of calculus courses, I have completed more than 10,000 problems. Experience matters when it comes to doing homework and tests in the most efficient manner. Let me show you the easiest way to learn. Calculus can be fun! I began tutoring other students while I was still in high school. I graduated from Caltech with a B.S., majoring in math and minoring in physics. I was awarded my Master?s degree in math from UCLA, tutoring to earn a living as I went through graduate school. I went on to a career in aerospace as an engineer [more]

Hi my name is Craig and I love math. I graduated with honors from the University of California Santa Barbara, where I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences. Education is important to me as I feel it is the foundation for a successful life. I like to volunteer for my community, so teaching greatly appeals to me because it is rewarding and satisfying to see students progress through a difficult class or problem and be happy with their results. I love critical think... [more]

Calculus is the building block for all the engineering classes and upper division math classes. If you major in engineering you will see that everything you have learned so far in your algebra or other math classes were taught to you so you can apply them in calculus. Calculus may look very scary to those who have problems with the basic concepts of derivative and integral. But I employ some tutoring methods that will make calculus a fun subject for you. Hi everyone, My name is Matthew, and I am a UCLA grad with a bachelor of science in Electrical Engineering and a master of science in civil [more]

I have been tutoring students on and off in Calculus for the last seven years. I not only have a firm understanding of the mathematics in use but also applications for Calculus. I am credentialed to teach Calculus at a high school level. I have a single subject teaching credential in mathematics and experience tutoring chemistry and physics. I've worked in classrooms, tutoring centers and in homes for the last ten years. I bring in-depth and comprehensive mathematics education with a focus on applications. I have taught Prealgebra, Algebra 1 and Geometry (and the integrated math pipeline) in [more]

In the past several years I've very successfully tutored capable AP Calculus AB and BC students who wanted to raise their class grade and/or boost their AP Calculus exam score. I've also tutored college students taking single and multi-variable calculus, linear algebra and differential equations as well, both in-person and online. I first took Honors Calculus at a local college when I was in 9th grade, and I've been tutoring other students in calculus ever since. I'm very good at helping students understand the material tested in Calculus exams and how to boost their AP Calculus test scores, [more]

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