# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Calabasas, CA

Abimbola ...years now in different types of subjects, but primarily in mathematics. Math has always been a subject that I have loved and grew up doing. The interesting part of math to me is the fact that it is used in everything we do, it just takes some understanding to see it. Furthermore, I have always...

University of California-Riverside - BS, Applied Mathematics

Aziz ...showing students real life examples of both subjects has helped them realize how applicable and useful these subjects can be, ranging from topics in economics to astronautical engineering to the fashion industry. My teaching style is based on breaking down problems into simple steps, and understanding the logic behind each step in the process. If...

University of Southern California - BS, Industrial and Systems Engineering

Kent ...I am binge-watching Mad Men in between work and studying. I wanted to be a tutor because of my own struggles with academics. My parents are immigrants and don't speak a lot of English, so by the time I was in high school, I was pretty independent with regards to my schoolwork. I couldn't have...

UC Berkeley - Bachelors, Molecular Enviornmnetal Biology

Hy ...try to think about why a certain person might struggle. The best way to learn math is to completely understand it. Accomplishing this goal is difficult but possible. With the correct approach, anybody can appreciate and love math as much as I do. In addition to my passion for mathematics, I enjoy a variety of...

University of California-San Diego - B.A., Applied Mathematics

California State University-Los Angeles - M.S., Applied Mathematics

Amal ...flexible teaching styles that depend on a student’s background, knowledge, progress, and goals. When working with children, I make sure to add the element of fun to sessions to capture and sustain their interest in the material. When working with adults, I always go over the basics, to alleviate confusion from the beginning, and work...

George Washington University - BS, Biomedical/Electrical Engineering

University of California-Los Angeles - PhD, Biomedical Physics

Peter ...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 ingredient to try something new....

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

Lia ...student’s knowledge base. Once we accomplish this, it’s a simple matter of figuring out the best teaching method and angle to help the student fill in those gaps. Further, I firmly believe in helping my students develop into independent learners, equipping them with the proper learning skills to eventually be able to evaluate, deconstruct, and...

University of California-San Diego - BS, General Biology

Bryant ...that I can help my students understand mathematics on a deeper level, and even develop a stronger appreciation for it! Aside from tinkering with math problems and coming up with some of my own, I enjoy working out, swimming, and cycling in my free time. I also enjoy being outdoors and activities such as hiking...

Allen ...continuing to do so for the 2015-16 academic year. My approach to tutoring is simple and effective. Understand the tools a student has at his/her disposal, adjust my teaching methods to accommodate their abilities, help them approach their seemingly big problem, and guide them to chipping away at it to not only find the answer...

Loyola Marymount University - BS, Computer Science

Matt ...level and also in math from pre-algebra to calculus II. However, I believe learning is about far more than memorizing facts that are quickly discarded after the exam; rather, in my own studies as well as in teaching others I believe that is far more effective to truly comprehend the underlying principle and to always...

University of Miami - BS, Biomedical Engineering