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I have tutored high school (both AB & BC) and college calculus for two years. I've also graded practice AP tests for a private agency, so I know what the test looks like. The AB course is a solid introduction to calculus, including limits, derivatives, and integrals. The BC course is substantially harder, covering all the AB material plus harder methods of integration, series and Taylor series, and a few smaller things. It takes some real work, but it is worth it! Calculus is many people's first taste of "real" math. Note, I do not teach multivariable calculus. [more]

Science and Mathematics are the intellectual tools that have generated the great technologies that we take for granted in our daily lives. It is important to invest in and develop upon our continued generations with the practices and techniques that allow for continued innovations in our technologies, processes, and policies. My goal as an educational consultant is to assist in this process through tutoring and mentoring for students in mathematics and sciences. I have been tutoring/mentor... [more]

My entire life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. Throughout high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. After high school I attended the University of Oregon for a B.A. in Economics, with a minor in Mathematics, and a GPA of 3.67. In tutoring, I first focus on understanding exactly what a student is having trouble with, then use a ... [more]

Warning! Some people experience a loss of eyebrows, from being continually astonished at all the amazing things Calculus can do! I've been tutoring students in Calculus since 2007. I've seen it happen. "The Queen Of The Sciences" doesn't have to be difficult. Bishop Berkeley said Newton was cheating on his algebra. Newton said Leibniz was plagiarizing. So now textbooks use Newton's methods...with Leibniz' notation. If you use Leibniz methods, it makes a lot more sense...which has to make you wonder why Newton got all the credit. [more]

Hello, my name is Daniel and I tutor in music and math. I have a BM from Lawrence University in saxophone performance with an emphasis in Jazz Studies and a minor in math. Currently I am studying at Portland State University for a MM in Jazz Studies. I have performed with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and won several local competitions. I traveled to Strasbourg, France to attend and perform in the World Saxophone Congress an improvisation on a silent film. I have perfect pitch and can he... [more]

After receiving a 5 on my own AP Calculus BC exam in high school, I went on to major in mathematics in college. I taught AP Calculus AB to high school students and have tutored many students in the subject. This is a fascinating and fun subject, let's work together! I have always enjoyed helping others learn. I attended the University of Notre Dame and graduated in 2011 with a 3.5 GPA and a double major in Mathematics and International Peace Studies. After graduation, I taught upper-level math courses at a high school in Central Florida. (My favorite was AP Calculus!) I am now a full-time tuto [more]

I graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics in 1994 and began my teaching career right after that. I have taught all levels of High School Mathematics, from Pre-Algebra all the way through AP Calculus BC and AP Statistics, as well as adjunct teaching at the Community College level. I work hard at making Math easier for students to understand, and realize that helping students make sense of the logic is imperative to success. I use a variety of me... [more]

I'm a Mechanical Engineer with five years of working experience who has always been drawn to helping others understand math and physics. This started in high school when I helped two of my closest friends gain a better understanding for physics. I am a big believer that different people learn in different ways, and I enjoy figuring out how to adjust the concept to the student rather than the other way around. By far my greatest passion and understanding lies in mathematics, though I am happy ... [more]

I have tutored mathematics for 2 years, at the university, teaching a variety of math subjects including calculus, linear algebra, basic probability theory, and statistics. I have a bachelor's in applied mathematics and feel confident that I can help any studious individual learn mathematics. I have a bachelors degree in applied mathematics from Brigham Young University-Idaho. I used to tutor for linear algebra exclusively for one semester at Brigham Young University-Idaho. I understand w... [more]

I've worked at PCC Cascade's Learning Center for going on 4 years now, and still consider it the best job in the world to be able to help people understand math better, and overcome their anxiety about the subject in general. My philosophy is that it's just as much about finding a style of instruction that works for each student, and learning to communicate in that way, as it is about knowing the material. I don't believe that there are people who are "math people," and those who aren't. I... [more]

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