# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Vishrut ...teaching math. Growing up in a family of math teachers, I caught the math bug at a very early age. Practicing math and logic problems was a weekend hobby. I want to pass on this passion for math to other students. I love helping students work through academic challenges and reach their full potential. That is why I am a very patient and encouraging tutor. I like to make math fun for the student and...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Materials Engineering

University of California-Los Angeles - MS, Materials Engineering

Lucy I graduated from University at Buffalo with a double degree in Math and Finance. I grew up in Shanghai, China. The subjects I would be most interested in tutoring are Math and Mandarin, however I can also tutor physics and chemistry. I'm currently living in Los Angeles and getting prepared for my actuarial exams. I tutored while I was attending college and I'm very passionate when it comes to passing my knowledge to others.

University at Buffalo - BA, BS, Math, Finance

John Part of being an effective tutor is being able to engage with the student, one-on-one, and helping them to overcome any difficulties in their assignments, while instilling in them the joy of learning. I earned my Bachelor's degree at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. I tutor in math, specifically pre-algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, and geometry. I enjoy helping people get over their fear of math. I don't believe math should be a scary...

Saint Edward's University - BA, Theater Arts

Alison ...find a method that works for each individual student. I have come to realize that everybody learns in different ways and at a different pace, and it is my job to accommodate each student’s needs. I establish a connection with each student to ensure he or she feels comfortable to express his or her questions and concerns. I enjoy working with students of all ages, which is why my subject areas include middle school math...

University of Southern California - BSEE, Electrical Engineering

Byrd ...I moved to Los Angeles to serve with AmeriCorps through the American Red Cross where I taught disaster preparedness and helped with disaster recovery. Throughout my undergraduate education I traveled to the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua with Outreach360 on seven trips to teach Spanish Literacy and Public Health. I returned several times and witnessed the power of education in transforming impoverished communities. At North Carolina State University, I taught children how to eat healthy on...

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - BS, Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Biology

Mitch If you need help with Chemistry or Physics (for High School or Community College), or any kind of math from Algebra on - let me be your tutor! These subjects don't have to be hard. I can break them down and explain them for you. I'm a nerd (fantasy and science fiction) from way back, as well as a space nut. I'm a little quirky, and I make bad puns sometimes - but nobody's perfect!

Stanford - BS, General Engineering

Bryant ...seen and understood from multiple perspectives. Under my expertise, math problems will be seen as puzzles, ready to be solved and unlocked! It is without a doubt that I can help my students understand mathematics on a deeper level, and even develop a stronger appreciation for it! Aside from tinkering with math problems and coming up with some of my own, I enjoy working out, swimming, and cycling in my free time. I also enjoy...

CSULB - BS, MATH OP. IN EDUCATION

State Certified Teacher

Joshua ...systems. While pursuing my undergraduates degree, I have had the opportunity to tutor many classmates in mathematics and engineering courses; including Calculus I/II/III, Differential Equations, Statics, Dynamics, and Physics. Since I have been in 6th grade, I tutored my three younger siblings in many math and science courses up to Trigonometry/Algebra II and Geometry. I was also a fishing counselor for two summers at Roughing It Day camp, and I worked with kids from the...

CSU Long Baech - BS, Aerospace Eng.

Richard ...who had trouble with their classwork. At the end of each quarter, we were to teach a class lesson on our own, and this was a major factor in me deciding not to be a math teacher. While I do enjoy helping students, I am too shy to speak to a large group of people at once. This is why I decided to tutor. While in high school, I tutored a middle school boy in...

University of California, Los Angeles - BA, Sociology

Gabrielle ...of teaching and drove me to become a tutor for my university. While I love math and the sciences, I also have a passion for music, which I'm also currently pursuing at the conservatory level. My tutoring style is very student-based, where I pay close attention to what concepts they are most struggling with and break down complex ideas into more manageable chunks. Also, I believe the SAT tests more critical reading than any other...

Chapman University - BS and BM, Biochemistry and Music Performance