### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Independence, MO

Neil I earned my Bachelors degree in Chemistry from Brigham Young University. Since then, I've been working as a chemist, teacher, and tutor. I'm currently working on a Masters Degree in Teaching. My favorite thing about teaching is helping students learn how awesome science is. Everything we interact with everyday is made possible because of it....

Brigham Young University - BA, Chemistry

Jordan ...out to be. Often times if we don't understand something, it's simply because it hasn't been explained to us in a way that caters to our strengths. I love math and the predictive nature of numbers. If I'm not in school you can probably find me in front of the box score of a basketball...

University of Kansas City - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Brian ...tutoring room where students from College Algebra or Intermediate Mathematics classes (my students and others) could sit down for tutoring as individuals or study groups, proctoring and grading class exams, and attendance of staff meetings on a weekly basis. I feel that this appointment has given me many tools as a tutor, instructor, and even...

Brennan I began tutoring younger students in various subjects when I was in high school and my natural talent for explaining concepts in a variety of ways began to emerge. My patient and caring nature allows me to reach a variety of students and help them reach a new level of understanding and knowledge. I enjoy...

Southern Methodist University - BA, English, Spanish

University of Illinois at Chicago - M.Ed., Elementary Education

State Certified Teacher

John ...many different areas of math, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. Of these, my favorite is definitely Calculus, because I think that there are many people with misconceptions about the subject, and I enjoy showing people that there is nothing to afraid of, and that it can actually be fun! Outside of math, my hobbies...

Rockhurst University - BS, Mathematics

David I am a graduate of Purdue University (BS--Physics) and The University of Illinois (MS & PhD--Physics). I also studied Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics as a graduate at Cambridge University in England. I have taught and/or tutored mathematics and science in California, Kansas, Florida, and Missouri. It seems that I've always loved math and science....

Purdue University-Main Campus - BS, Physics

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - MS; PhD, Physics

Zachary ...large-sized reading speed classes as well as small group and one-on-one tutoring in just about any subject you can think of! My tutoring style is very hands-on, with frequent quizzes and tests to ensure that the lessons on the whiteboard are translating to results when the pressure is on. I find that students and parents...

Baker University - BS, Psychology

Emporia State University - MS, Experimental Psychology

Bryan ...it together. We will take a dive through our 'resources' or our textbooks, and together we will find the pieces of the puzzle, without having me explicitly tell the student where the pieces are located to the puzzle of 'solving x'. Outside of academia, I love to compete in competitive dancing simulation video games. (If...

University of Kansas - BS, Mathematics

University of Kansas - MA, Mathematics

Max ...day life and when will I ever need the Pythagorean Theorem?" These indispensable tools teach us how to critically analyze problems; take them apart piece by piece and use formulae to find the right answers. In so far as tutoring, this is the main goal I try to instill in my students. That math is...

Lander college for Men - Current Undergrad, Math

Chris ...in college has made me confident of my mastery and ability to tutor these subjects. Outside of academics, I am passionate about global health and helping underserved communities. I spent a summer working in Kisumu, Kenya on a malnutrition project and I plan to work in Nicaragua on a project focused on bringing clean water...

Harvard University - BA, Neurobiology and Spanish