### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Beverly Hills, CA

Danielle ...have tutored High School and College students in science, math, economic, and business/finance/accounting type subjects. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I have also tutored student and adults on the CPA Exam, GMAT, SAT, and ACT standardized tests. I have excellent techniques for studying, and I have successfully taught several ADDHD students – large amount of experience with this learning disorder. I love all subjects as learning is exciting and fun to share...

University of North Florida - BA, Accounting

University of North Florida - MBA, MBA

Gabrielle ...the idea. In this manner, the student is able to rationalize the theory on their own, allowing them to apply it in any manner. In addition to teaching them the subject, I always hope that my patient attitude and positive outlook helps them realize the fun in learning and make them strive to discover their own study habits. When I have time, I always enjoy watching movies or reading a classical novel. However, I truly...

UCLA - BS, Biochemistry; Microbiology

Adam ...the skills to learn on their own at any level; students should master the material itself, but also develop the study skills necessary to succeed. I enjoy developing a rapport with students and building the kind of trust with them that encourages them to open up and get to the heart of their struggles. My relative youth means I can assure students that I understand their struggles and also their excuses. Outside of school, I’m...

UCLA - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Roque ...services industry. I am now making the transition to a secondary school Math teacher and will start my teaching credential this upcoming fall. I am passionate about subjects with strong quantitative analysis such as Algebra, Geometry and Statistics. I understand that Math is a difficult subject for a student that does not get excited about numbers. As a natural born problem solver, I get excited for every opportunity to share my enthusiasm with students and...

San Diego State - BA, Business Management

Donald ...to medical schools, volunteering as an Anesthesia Technician at the UC Davis Medical Center, and seeking employment with a non-profit for my gap year. While I tutor a surfeit of subjects, I am most passionate about Computer Science, Math, and Biology. I have been a tutor for elementary and university students alike, and it is always my goal to help my students reach a level of self sufficiency that will allow them to succeed in...

Peter ...Linear Algebra, Statistics, Proofs and Problem Solving, and Real Analysis. As cool as math is, it is not the only thing I care about! I have three dogs and a cat: Buck, Penny, Honey, and Socks. They make life unpredictable and always are good for a smile everyday. I am a big food lover; one of my favorite things to do is to walk through the supermarket to find a good deal on an interesting...

University of California-Santa Cruz - BA, Economics/Mathematics

Tiffany ...music. In addition to my experience teaching entrepreneurship at the collegiate level, I have designed and instructed a complete Model United Nations course and organized educational and social activities including trips to the South African Embassy in Washington DC to facilitate student participation and retention of key Model U.N. concepts. I have also privately tutored several students ranging from early high school students struggling with basic math concepts to high achieving students looking to create...

University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) - BS, Business

Linus ...am a highly motivated professional who graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics. I have started tutoring 8 years ago. Transmitting my knowledge has always fascinated me. I have worked with a variety of student ranging from 5 to 35 years old. I am very patient and always using efficient techniques in order to explain concepts to my tutees. I worked with both LAUSD and LA's...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Applied Mathematics

Anna I majored in Middle Eastern Studies and minored in math during undergrad at Cornell. Since graduating I've worked in a number of fields and countries, although the common theme is teaching English and researching in the Middle East. As an English Teaching Assistant at Weill Medical School in Qatar, I became competent at editing and guiding students in writing. I'm now a first year fellow studying Policy Analysis at the Pardee RAND Graduate School.

Cornell University - BA, Near Eastern Studies

Pardee RAND Graduate School - PhD, Policy Analysis

Miranda ...connect with students with diverse interests. I am most passionate about tutoring math and science, because I think that too many students are told that they're hard or not fun. In my sessions, I always try to relate what we're learning back to something my student is interested in. I really enjoy sharing my love for learning, and I always make sure to keep it fun and informative. Outside of tutoring, I have directed several...