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I have been tutoring math and chemistry for numerous years. I have tutored students since I was in junior high school and continued through college. My major in college was chemical engineering. I have experience with students of all ages. Everyone I have worked with has increased their grade by at least two to three grade letters. The people I have worked with and for have always been happy with my services and are especially pleased with the level of patience I exhibit when tutoring. P... [more]

Calculus is a branch of math that involves two new operators: the derivative, and its inverse, the integral. The derivative is analogous to the slope of a line (from algebra) and the integral is the area under a curve. I have been tutoring calculus at the high school and college levels for over fifteen years. Subjects that I have taught or tutored include: Math, physics, chemistry, astronomy, photography, MS Office, AutoCAD, graphics, and electrical and computer engineering. I am a Delaware Certified Teacher in Computer science, physics, and mathematics. I am highly qualified and taught e [more]

I am a recent grad from Duke University with a degree in Economics and Finance. I have had a variety of teaching experiences, from tutoring a friend in high school math to teaching English and American culture at a summer camp in China. During my time at Duke, I also tutored at local elementary and middle school students in math and literacy as my work study job for 3 years. Through these experiences, I believe that I have developed an effective and accommodating teaching style that can be ta... [more]

I worked as an actuary for New York Life and AIG for 25 years dealing with and traveling to Mexico and South America and talking on the phone almost every day with the actuaries that spoke no English. Before that I taught junior high school math and science in Illinois. I also taught geometry and algebra II and trigonometry in a high school in Chicago for four years and algebra I and trigonometry as an adjunct professor at Delaware Technical Community College for five years during the even... [more]

Has 4 years of Calculus tutoring experience. Received honors in undergraduate calculus. Hello! My name is Cara. I received my B.A. from Millersville University with a degree in economics and a minor in mathematics. I graduated cum laude, and am now in the process of obtaining my PhD in economics from the University of Delaware. In my spare time, I enjoy participating in theatre and the arts. Being someone who knows how it feels to struggle in a subject, I pride myself on having empathy and patience with my tutees. During my time at Millersville University, I served as a c... [more]

Calculus can be a difficult topic at first. Like most math classes it has a few elementary parts that once grasped lend incite to the rest of the topic. Knowing what a derivative means and how an integral is used are just two of the basic elements. Understanding Calculus lead Newton into greater understanding of Physics and which has lead us to many other places as well. I am a Delaware and Pennsylvania certified Math and a Delaware certified Physics teacher who has spent the last 19 years teaching in Delaware high schools as well as Delaware Technical and Community College. I spent 7 years [more]

I taught math with a national tutoring chain for five years. I have taught calculus as a private tutor since 2001. As an undergraduate, I took three semesters of elementary calculus, which included two semesters of single variable calculus and one semester of multivariable calculus. I also took two upper division courses in analysis and advanced calculus, which covered the more rigorous underpinnings of single variable calculus. I've been tutoring since 1998 when I started helping my high school friends with their math homework. After that, I tutored for a national tutoring company for about [more]

I am a graduate of Stony Brook University's secondary education of mathematics program, and New York and Delaware State certified to teach teach mathematics in public schools, for all topics. To teach students of all educational types, one must be open to what the student responds to and what is best for their experience. I will always take into consideration if a student is more visual, tactile, logical, and use these to promote a student's learning. By being open to using multiple teachin... [more]

I am familiar with AP/AB and AP/BC curricula, as well as with UD 240 series. I have more than 20 years of experience as a teacher and private tutor, working with students in most high school academic subjects. All students are different, so I try to determine their needs and most effective learning styles at the beginning. Although I can adjust to any curriculum and will help students meet the requirements of their teachers, I use my own well-tested methods to give students different perspectives that may enable them to understand the material more easily. Students ... [more]

Dear prospective student, Solving the problems is just half of the objective of a tutoring session. The most important thing is learning how to come from the basic principles (from lectures and notes) to the solution of each problem. With the ability to do that, you can solve similar problems on your quizzes, lab reports, tests, exams (SAT, SAT 2). If you have problems in Biology, General Chemistry, General Physics, Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus I and II, I could be a resource for you. G... [more]

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