# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Porter Ranch, CA

Chris ...B.S. in Electrical Engineering and minors in Computer Science and Defensive Studies. I'm an Eagle Scout and upon graduation earned the rank of 2LT in the US Army National Guard. I have been tutoring high school and college students for 6 years. I started tutoring Algebra and Chemistry in my Junior year of high school. Since I have a large passion for teaching, I continued on to tutor Calculus, Physics, and Computer Programming in college....

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott - BS, Electrical Engineering

Kunal ...City University of New York Baruch College and am working towards a Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science with a focus in Economics and Communication. I am an honors student and will also be receiving a secondary degree from the Macaulay Honors College. I have tutored several middle and high school students in Algebra, Calculus, Economics, and SAT Preparation. Many of my students have gone on to do well on the New York State Regents Exams,...

CUNY Bernard M Baruch College - BA, Actuarial Science

Raj ...Actuarial Analyst. I am passionate and highly enthusiastic when it comes to teaching Mathematics. I believe all students have the ability to learn and excel in Mathematics. My main goal in teaching Mathematics is to ensure that my students fully understand and grasp the concepts and problems at hand. It is also my goal to adapt my teaching style to the way my students learn. I am also a member of the EnCorps Teachers Program...

California State University - BS, Mathematics

UCLA Extension - Preliminary Teaching Credential, Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics

Richard I am currently finishing a degree in electrical engineering at the University of Utah. I have had the opportunity to help friends and family with material in math and science fields. This gives me a knowledge of teaching at various levels and technical background. ... A teacher should help a student breakdown a topic they are struggling with into smaller ideas. This makes it easy to present these small ideas in a way that will help the student understand and learn.

University of Utah - Current Undergrad, Electrical Engineering

Jeanine ...Engineering. Upon graduation, I moved to Tanzania to pursue a Fulbright Research Grant where I was able to work with community members to help establish a water distribution system for a rural village. After returning, I completed my Masters level coursework at the University of California, Davis in Civil and Environmental Engineering. I have had a variety of tutoring experiences over the course of my studies, ranging from one-on-one tutoring sessions, to group settings through...

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of California Davis - MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Adam ...students solve problems systematically and logically. What I seek with every student in the long term is to help them learn how to think, how to become intellectually self-sufficient. Benjamin Franklin, one of my heroes, advised that "if you teach a poor young man to shave himself and keep his razor in order, you may contribute more to the happiness of his life than in giving him a thousand guineas." That's a fair analogy for...

Brian ...language, since my graduate education was in Germany and I gained a high degree of proficiency. In math and physics, despite being ultimately able to reach a high level, I was never the first to pick up on any new concept but struggled through each one to understand. I still remember the conceptual hoops one needs to jump through in order to learn the material. I have a more personal approach and like to explain...

Stanford University - Bachelors, Physics

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt Mnchen - Masters, Theoretical and Mathematical Physics

Ashley ...the subject. I will guide you to your personal understanding and relations with whatever math (middle school, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus) or science (middle school, physics) subject you struggle with. I understand the frustration that comes with not being able to comprehend what's going on (history does this to me!) but it helps to know that you can overcome the frustration with guidance from a tutor and determination that you can do it! 2+2=4...

Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Amy ...academic interest in science. Also, as a physical therapist, I will continue to educate others by teaching patients exercises to rebuild strength. I look forward to tutoring future students and learning more about their interests, learning styles and goals. I will adjust my method of teaching accordingly and look forward to the opportunity to help a student master their desired subject. Not only do I believe that a student will make gains from being tutored,...

Wellesley College - BA, Biological Sciences

Alissa ...pursue something more artistic and creative. I am currently attending Sierra College to earn a certificate in Graphic Design. I love teaching and education and have a natural tendency to teach no matter what I am doing. My specific teaching and tutoring experience includes several years of tutoring at an elementary school in Berkeley and teaching English in South Korea. Additionally, I am an HIV test counselor at the Berkeley Free Clinic in the Bay...

UC Berkeley - BA, Public Health, Art History