### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Columbus, OH

Kathleen ...students of all ages. Most students come to me for Math, but I have also worked with students on SAT and ACT test prep, Statistics and Physics. Everyone learns in a slightly different way, and I love figuring out the best way to teach something to people individually and dig down to what questions they really need to have answered to understand the material. In my spare time, I like to go on long bike...

Washington University in St Louis - BA, Mathematics

Luke ...when my grandmother, a retired second-grade teacher, found herself struggling to serve effectively as an algebra tutor. I put in an enthusiastic effort, and it worked out surprisingly well. Despite once “struggling in math” (this was the questionable word choice of his teachers), he eventually graduated college with a degree in mechanical engineering. Over the years, I have taught math, English, science, computer programming, and Latin. When I tutor, I am always careful to be...

Stephen ...engineering students, facilitating understanding of Calculus concepts in a workshop environment. The satisfaction of seeing the “aha” moments in the students’ faces at the end of tough problems solidified my desire to become a teacher and educator. When I reflect on the exceptional teachers that I have had during my college years, they all have three traits in common: They have an obvious passion for what they are teaching; they describe complex concepts in simple ways...

Drexel University - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

The Ohio State University - Current Grad Student, Electrical Engineering

Robert ...these questions and comments at face value, allowing doubt to ever so slowly creep in and consume me. I knew why I loved Psychology, but I wasn't able to communicate my passion and enthusiasm for the field with those around me. The field of psychology is so vast and expansive that most people aren't familiar with what it is psychologists actually do. That's when it hit me, I shouldn't evade questions about psychology, I should...

George Washington University - BA, Psychology - Industrial/Organizational

Justin ...from basic math to 2nd year calculus. I think the reason my students consistently favor my approach to math and especially physics is my use of practical and physical analogies that make the material easier to relate to, and thus, understand. I like to break the material into bits and cast it in terms of familiar experiences and existing knowledge. From here, it becomes easier for students to build up an understanding of the present...

James ...the last half decade. As mentioned above my specialty is mathematics. In my spare time I am a film enthusiast. I enjoy attending the Wexner Center or Gateway Theater or Drexel Theater or streaming content at home. I am also interested in great literature and television when not at the cinema. I am a jovial person and try to make any interactions calm and fun for all. I hope to hear from any interested parties.

Ohio State University-Main Campus - BA, Mathematics and History

Cleveland State University - MS, Education

John ...always been my favorite subject. I like the challenging and problem solving aspects of the major. I have taken a number of math classes in my college career and look forward to showing other students how to be successful in those classes! In my free time, I like to stay active through playing sports and working out. I grew up in Cincinnati and was big into soccer and track in high school. Needless to say,...

The Ohio State University - Bachelors, Actuarial Science

Richard ...enjoy tutoring math because you can do so much with it. Mathematics provides a variety of useful tools that can be used in a variety of different places. My tutoring style is to help the student learn how to break down problems into smaller, more manageable pieces. I am looking forward to helping students learn and accomplish things they didn't think they could accomplish. My hobbies include reading and playing video games.

Ohio State University-Main Campus - Bachelors, Actuarial Science

Ben ...topics ranging from elementary science to trigonometry test prep, but my foremost strength is the three sections of the SAT. I have roughly three years of experience tutoring and last year taught a test prep class. My approach to tutoring is to identify a student’s strengths and build upon them through frequent quizzes and reflective analysis. Additionally, having just gone through the college admissions process, I am privy to its length and complexity so can...

Kenyon College - BA, Philosophy

Jennifer ...middle school through college level mathematics and statistics. I have spent the last two years working on an M.S. degree in Statistics at The Ohio State University. At OSU I have taught undergraduate students through the leading of recitations, tutoring students in the statistics tutoring lab, as well as teaching a lecture section to over 200 students. In my many years of working with students in math and statistics, what I have learned is that...

East Carolina University - Bachelors, Mathematics

The Ohio State University - Current Grad Student, Statistics