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I have tutored students in Calculus I for 17 years at a community college in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I love to help students understand how to do the product rule, quotient rule, chain rule and rate of change problems. Hello! I have been working as the lead math tutor at a community college for 17 years. I have tutored students in all subjects from Basic Math through Calculus. I have also taught courses as an adjunct instructor including, Basic Math, Beginning Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Math Concepts for Educators, Math Functions, and Geometry and Measurements. I have a Bachelor' [more]

I am currently a teacher at the Tulsa School of the Arts and Sciences. I have an array of knowledge that I am willing to lend my time in order to help those understand the concepts which I love. I approach to learning as well as teaching, due to my fluctuation between video, audio, and kinesthetic learning approaches. Regardless of the subject, each time I tutor a person, I make sure to incorporate all three of these learning techniques, because I believe that a tutor can also learn from t... [more]

I scored a 5 on my Calculus AB and Calculus BC tests in my junior year of high school (7 years ago). I have taken the AP Calculus teaching course and am teaching non-AP calculus this year. I have a degree in Mathematics Education from Washington University in St. Louis. I am currently a high school math teacher teaching Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math of Finance, Calculus, and ACT Prep. Previously, I taught 8th grade math and College Algebra. Your success is my number one goal. I work hard so that my students can succeed. I scored a 35 on my ACT math and 800 on my SAT math seven years ago [more]

Hello! My name is Rafael and I am pursuing a Bachelor?s degree in Petroleum Engineering with a minor in Spanish at The University of Tulsa. I was also a teacher for fifth and sixth grade students at Holy Name School located in Omaha, Nebraska. Professors /teachers are such a huge influence in a student?s life. Teachers that step ?out of the box? are the ones that makes the coursework fun, enjoyable, and less overwhelming. In my experience, I have used both preparation and dedication into the ... [more]

As an undergraduate majoring in biology and as a medical student, I have had to take numerous math classes. I have been tutoring mathematics since 2011 with excellent results! I tutor calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, and some AP Calculus BC. Contact me if you need help with limits, derivatives and their applications (optimization problems, etc), or integrals! I also help students who need past math subjects reviewed while working on calculus (the geometry, algebra, and trigonometry that it is necessary to understand while working calculus problems). [more]

5 on AP calculus exam in high school. Capable of teaching the material in easy to visualize methods. Let?s be real. I?m sure you can figure things out on your own; only if you had the time. Skip the hassle of trying to go at it alone and just hire me teach you what you do not already know. During the day, I work as a Nuclear Engineer for the US Navy. At night, I like to help struggling students learn math. I have been tutoring on/off since I was in high school, all throughout university, and even after starting my professional career. Tutoring is my way of retaining those precious math skill.. [more]

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