### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Lake in the Hills, IL

Deven ...and to question what I am presenting, especially if a point is unclear. This not only helps my students to gain a complete understanding, but it also drives me to improve how I explain a concept. My passion for being a tutor comes from my family. I am the oldest son in a family of...

University of California-San Diego - BS, Bioengineering

Stephen ...also tutored adults preparing for academic proficiency tests for their jobs and with GRE prep for those interested in going to graduate school. Additionally I have taught English grammar, reading, and conversational skills to ESL students in Chicago, Ecuador, and Colombia. While I tutor a number of subjects, I particularly enjoy helping students with standardized...

Grinnell College - BA, Computer Science

Ran ...answering individual's questions on problems they missed, and providing one-on-one mentoring for students to analyze the trends in their errors and give suggestions on key words or problem structures that improved their performances in later practice tests. Past students have commended me for my ability to explain concepts clearly and concisely while being patient and...

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

Jourdan ...understands the concepts and can solve problems on their own. There are many different ways to approach math problems, so there is usually a way that fits the student the best. This reflects my tutoring style, because I like to see where a student has problems understanding, and complete the problem in a way that...

Johns Hopkins University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Ahad ...believe that success in any field lies in first understanding the concepts fully and then applying them to different problems. Hence, in my tutoring sessions, I first explain the concepts, which are followed by examples. All my sessions, however, are tailored to every student's need and I welcome suggestions and constructive criticism.

Loyola University-Chicago - BS, Molecular Biology

Lucia ...of places: geometric progressions relate to growth of money in a bank account, Newtons laws of mechanics can be related to baseball and combinations and permutations used in probability have applications in gambling, investing, and believe it or not, deriving the ideal gas law, used in chemistry, physics and thermodynamics. I hope I can make...

Illinois Institute of Technology - BS, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

Ph. D. - Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering

Igor ...of the models students should imagine to successfully solve problems and wrap their heads around the concepts. After learning with me, you will be able to navigate any problem because you will know the subject backwards and forwards, from the ground up. I have three years of experience tutoring high school and college students algebra,...

University of Wisconsin - BS, Chemical Engineering AND Chemistry

Eric ...working as a full time teacher for the past three years. I have tutored levels of math as low as elementary school mathematics and as high as Multivariable Calculus and Abstract Algebra. Personally, I prefer to tutor Calculus I. It is one of the most applicable mathematics courses and forces the student to put together...

Northern Illinois University - BS, Mathematics

Northern Illinois University - MS, Mathematics

Nathaniel I am a dynamic, encouraging, flexible, and clear tutor. I have tutored adults for three years and children for one. Experience teaches me that listening is a more effective teaching method than speaking. Also, I am a firm believer in the power of positive encouragement. ... The number one rule of teaching is that there are no rules. A good teacher is able to adapt his or her methods for each student. In order to do this, the teacher has to listen to the student and try to understand how the student thinks. From my experience, the two most common methods that work are: 1) encourage the student until he or she can figure out the material on his or her own. 2) walk the student through a sample problem step by step. Afterwards, guide the student to repeat the same steps on his or her own. After a few repetitions, challenge the student to solve a similar problem that requires a slightly different set of steps.

Hofstra University - BS, Electrical Engineering

Alex ...and since, I've been fortunate to tutor students of all ages and in a variety of subjects. I received a BA in International Relations and Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and more recently completed my MBA program at the University of Southern California. My business school classmates and I took pride in offering group...

University of Wisconsin - Madison - BA, Economics & International Relations

University of Southern California - BA, MBA Finance & Real Estate