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I have taught AP Calculus at the high school level for several years in New York City and New Jersey. I am very familiar with both the content and structure of the AP Calculus Exam, and my students have routinely achieved scores of 4 and 5. I am also experienced in Calculus II and III, and I have taught or tutored both high school and college students in these subjects over the past several years. Calculus is an intimidating subject, but it does not have to be a difficult one. I will show you why given situations call for a certain approaches, and the reasoning why they work; in other words, [more]

Hi there?I'm Staci! I have been tutoring for the past three years in a variety of subjects, but predominantly in chemistry, high school math classes, and standardized tests. I have a degree in chemistry from Middlebury College?a small liberal arts college in Middlebury, Vermont?and will begin my PhD at Yale next Fall. I'm currently at St. John's College getting a Master's in the Liberal Arts. As a student myself, I know how frustrating it is to feel behind or not up to pace with the rest of... [more]

I have taught AP AB Calculus for 6 years. My students' performance was superb. I would be pleased to help clarify the AP AB content. I am a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wellesley College where I was a dual major in Math and Chemistry and am also a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in medicine. I was an educator in a CT public school for 13 years. I have had significant experience in the classroom and as a private tutor. My students have improved their scores on their SSAT's, PSAT's, ACT's and SATs. They have also improved their performance in their varied math courses. My sch [more]

I taught Calculus (AP content for both AB and BC), Precalculus, Algebra 2, and Algebra 1 at a non-public school at a one to one teacher to student ratio (up to 8 classes-students at a time). I have also taught Precalculus, Algebra 2, Algebra 1 and SAT Math preparation in traditionally populated public school classrooms. I am capable of filling in gaps in math skills that are prerequisites for Calculus. APPROACH My goal is student understanding, building on a student's existing understanding level and familiar contexts, and looking for ways to help remembrance of procedures/concepts. I will l [more]

Dr. Kevin L. had very strong knowledge in chemistry, especially organic chemistry. Dr. L was a Professor of Chemistry in China and worked in US pharmaceutical industrial for 14 years. Currently, Kevin is working for a Pharmaceuticals Consulting firm as a consultant in medicinal and process chemistry; he is also working in a local university as adjunct faculty. Dr. L is very enjoying his professional tutoring in all chemistry courses and mathematics courses algebra, precalculus and calculus. ... [more]

After ten years as a professional physicist and college professor, I am now working in the field of computer science. I am fully competent to help students with not only physics and math, but also many topics in computer science. In addition, I studied German intensively in Bonn and Berlin and speak it fluently. ... [more]

Physics is all around us, embedded in everything we do. Learning physics is learning about our world and how it works. My approach is conceptual in nature. I use practical, real world examples to bring light to and understanding of physics concepts. While physics does have math in it (since the universe uses math to explain itself to us), math is only a tool to be used in forming our understanding. I am certified to teach high school physics by the State of Connecticut and have taught physics... [more]

I have over five years of experience in tutoring calculus at both the high school and college levels. I have tutored students for entire semesters at NVCC, Western CT, Quinnipiac, Fordham, and WPI. I tutor for the following courses: high school Calculus, AP Calculus AB, and AP Calculus BC as well as college Calculus 1 and Calculus 2. Topics included limits, continuity, derivatives and rate of change, definition of a derivative, derivative rules for constants, powers, products and quotients, chain rule, implicit differentiation, linear approximations, mean value theorem, l'Hospitals rule, New [more]

Dear students and parents, Thank you for checking out my profile! I am a fully credentialed (CT - Single Subject Math, CA - Math/Science/English), energetic teacher with a positive attitude. I currently teach at a local STEM Magnet School in CT. Montessori trained, I specialize in using hands-on, brain-compatible instructional methods. I have earned two bachelor's degrees from UC Santa Barbara(Applied Mathematics and English). In addition, to help me meet the needs of all students, ... [more]

Calculus is another big step in the progression of a math student. Sub-topics such as derivatives, differentiation, and maximization can be very intimidating if it feels like the instructor is moving through them too quickly. Often, the opportunity to work one on one within these concepts - and talk them over until there is a real understanding - makes a huge difference. I have over 20 years experience helping student improve their performance in math courses and standardized tests. I have an BS in Engineering with Math minor and also an MBA but more importantly, I have found that many of m [more]

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