### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Buckner, KY

Brent ...tutoring for the MCAT and other Pre-med courses. I have found that trying to study something that you're not interested in can sometimes be an act of futility. I like to find ways to engage my students with their studies in ways that are exciting and inspiring. Math and science are the keys to understanding the world around us and they can be very captivating subjects when you discover how they relate to the things...

Emory University - BS, Chemistry

Matthew ...I have an extensive amount of experience tutoring Math, Chemistry, and SAT prep. I’ve tutored all levels from elementary school to my college peers, but primarily tutor high school students and I have a very strong record of increasing test scores and class performance. I am a huge proponent of education for its own sake and work to share my enthusiasm with my students. I strongly believe that teaching underlying concepts not only deepens a...

Brown University - Current Undergrad, Chemistry

Lucas ...took numerous AP courses in high school and am familiar with AP guidelines, so I'd love to assist you with your AP needs. Mathematics has always been a love of mine, so I feel confident in speaking about my proficiency in various subjects as well as standardized testing, like the ACT and SAT. The most important thing for me is to get the student to critically think on his or her own and be able...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, Actuarial Mathematics

Nick ...llove and ability for science, I excelled in my chemistry and biology courses in college. I found myself tutoring all my friends in my study groups that I had formed. Eventually, I began teaching undergraduate general chemistry laboratory courses, taught academic enrichment programs, and private-tutored. I have a lot of experience teaching, and I lot of different methods I have practiced. Some more successful than others. I've used this experience to learn and believe I...

University of Kentucky - Bachelors, Chemistry

Scott ...with algebraic formulas. So the symbols and numbers can be looked at like a code for drawing pictures with as much precision as desired. Along the same lines, solving equations is lot like playing chess. The 'x' piece has to be moved around according to the rules of the game so that it ends up along on one side of the equals sign. But bigger than any particular type of problem and solution is the...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, mathematics

Jamie ...in Neuroscience from Tulane University and I have a Bachelor of Science Degree from Spelman College in Biochemistry. I tutored several math and science classes while attending undergrad and worked as a Chemistry Teaching Assistant. While in graduate school, in addition to being a research assistant, I was a teaching assistant for three years in several science course (including neuroscience, biochemistry, and psychology). I specialize in tutoring math courses leading up to Calculus II and...

Spelman College - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Tulane University of Louisiana - Masters, Neuroscience

Logan ...Dr. Jay Hoying's Lab at the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute. My academic specialties are Biology, Physiology, Cell Biology, Biostatistics and am proficient in mathematics including Algebra I and II. When I'm not in the lab you can find me watching/reading about Game of Thrones lore, biking around the highlands, watching a Cubs game, or playing League of Legends with friends back home in California. I'm looking forward to working with dedicated students looking for help!... Taking time to understand a few concepts well is more valuable than learning a little bit of many things. Once you have walked through the process of learning conceptually, you can revisit that path over and over.

University of California-Berkeley - Bachelors, Cell Biology

University of Louisville - PhD, Physiology

Matthew ...a little bit about myself, I was born and raised from Louisville, Ky. This coming fall, I will be begin studying engineering at Vanderbilt University. As a recent graduate from high school and a current student in college, I understand the stress of school and the desire to succeed scholastically. As a tutor, my goal is to not only take away the unnecessary stress of school, but to also teach it in a way that...

Vanderbilt University - Current Undergrad, Biomedical Engineer

Howard ...University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics. Because of my passion for Math, I find it fun to help others understand and appreciate it as well. For two of my college years, I tutored my fellow students in all levels of Algebra and Calculus. After graduation I returned to my hometown of Columbus, OH and continued to tutor privately until I moved to Bowie, MD in May 2013. My favorite topics to...

Norfolk State University - BS, Mathematics

David ...Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering. I've been tutoring and teaching in various environments since I was in high school. I focus on math and science, from basic arithmetic to college level Calculus, Physics, and Engineering. My favorite subject to teach is Physics because I believe it provides a real world application of math that allows for a deeper understanding of both subjects. In addition to academic tutoring I have also instructed skiing, surfing, hang...

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - BS, Chemical Engineering