### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Kansas City, MO

Phil I have a Mathematics undergraduate degree at KU after taking classes for fun. While at KU, I taught classes in calculus and pre-calc as an Assistant Instructor (business graduate school) and as a TA (undergraduate). I also tutored friends on the side. I enjoy teaching and tutoring. I'm also very patient. I have a business background, including banking, accounting, and human resources. This helps me make math relevant. In my spare time, I enjoy exercising,...

University of Kansas - BA, Math

University of Kansas - MBA, Finance

Jordan ...to my classmates in school. I don't think that science and math has to be as intimidating or scary as the world makes it 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...

University of Kansas City - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Anatoliy ...in a neuro-psychiatry laboratory before starting medical school in Kansas City. Throughout my lengthy education I have taken several courses on each of the subject that I tutor and have taken quite a few standardized exams. This has allowed me not only to master the information, but also to experience a variety of teaching styles. I know first hand how important it is to tailor teaching towards an individual and always work to make the...

Washington University in St. Louis - BA, Biology

UMKC - MD, Medicine

Zachary ...from preschool children getting a head-start on phonics to postdoctoral students who need to navigate SPSS for their theses. I began tutoring as the scholarship chair for my fraternity in undergraduate, before getting a student job in graduate school teaching Math, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Science to student athletes at ESU. After falling in love with tutoring, I began taking clients both privately and through agencies like Varsity Tutors, and have been...

Baker University - BS, Psychology

Emporia State University - MS, Experimental Psychology

John ...at a private company, where I worked during my senior year of high school. While at Rockhurst, I worked in the Learning Center for two years as a tutor and as a Supplemental Instructor for one year. In addition, I had the opportunity to shadow a local high school math teacher. At SLU, I worked in their Tutoring Center for one semester and during my second semester I taught a section of College Algebra. I...

Rockhurst University - BS, Mathematics

Robert ...I prefer to take a candid and all-encompassing learning approach with my students, relating the concepts they are studying to real-world phenomena and helping to foster a deeper passion for mathematics. I became fascinated with math at a young age and I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm with others in order to help kindle their curiosity about the world. My goal is to help students understand that math can be intriguing and fun to explore, and...

University of Kansas - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

Chad ...had great success on the SAT and ACT as well as my AP tests in high school, and I hope to help others succeed as well. My favorite subject to tutor is physics because I feel like learning to apply a few fundamental principles to different real world situations is extremely useful in any discipline. While tutoring I try to help students master the fundamentals so they can apply them to the material we're working...

Dartmouth College - BA, Economics

Christopher ...school I would regularly be tutoring other students. I also spent hours and hours tutoring others over the Internet. For me teaching is an adventure. Everyone has different perspectives, and when you are teaching you have to be able to both provide a new perspective and to understand (so as to enlarge) someone else's perspective. In my non-teaching time, I am interested in Physics and Mathematics and working out practical problems from plumbing to electronics....

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics

Samuel ...in math instead. I have experience tutoring students on a wide range of mathematical subjects, from early high school through late college. I enjoy helping students learn not just how to do math, but how to understand it – not just memorizing formulas, but understanding what they mean, and how they can be derived from more basic concepts. Most of all, I like to help guide students to uncovering concepts on their own, which can...

University of Missouri-Kansas City - BS, Mathematics and Statistics

Bryan ...and one-on-one. I've also served as a teaching assistant for 3 years, carrying out many different classroom duties for professors including grading homework, holding office hours, proctoring exams. I've grown very fond of tutoring calculus 1, 2, sophomore level linear algebra, and differential equations. The "true power" of applied mathematics shines brightest in these subjects, and it excites me when I can share this with my students and give them that "ah ha! that's what...

University of Kansas - BS, Mathematics

University of Kansas - MA, Mathematics