### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Ransomville, NY

Kristen ...to have someone there to work through the material with you, at your own pace. I love working with kids, and I also have experience working with students ages 6-24. I know that there's serious pressure on students to excel and learn at home, and that can be overwhelming for parents. I am confident that...

Georgetown University - Bachelors, Pre-Med

Ken ...months, running a marathon, climbing a mountain, clearing a 40 feet long ski jump, ranking in the top 10 players in upstate NY in a video game, getting a job in my field immediately after college, being chosen to lead a project at work even though I am one of the newest people there, completing...

University at Buffalo - Bachelors, Mathematics and Economics (Double major)

University at Buffalo - Masters, Economics (Concentration in Finance

Phillip I develop relationships with the students I tutor. I believe the most crucial component to successfully achieve goals is trust. More importantly, I believe everyone is able to learn all content and it is my personal mission to educate others.... I firmly believe all material is conquerable. If instruction is fun, informative, rigorous, and applicable to the student's life, he or she will excel.

SUNY College at Buffalo - Current Undergrad, Mathematics Education, Computer Information Systems

Andrew ...Buffalo, New York. I am current freshman Civil Engineering major with a double minor in Mathematics and Spanish at the University of Delaware. I love to travel, learn, play sports, and help people. I have tutored for almost 4 years now and can definitely help anyone who needs it, especially in Math and Spanish.... My teaching philosophy is based off what the tutee needs help with. I am a very flexible person and can adapt to any style that someone wants. Overall, I believe that as a teacher, my philosophy is to be insightful and to go at whatever pace the tutee wants to be able to get him/her to fully understand the material.

University of Delaware - Current Undergrad, Civil Engineering

Dustin ...calculus, trigonometry, and algebra. I've taught calculus courses at the college level multiple times, and I thoroughly enjoyed it each time. I believe that understanding how students learn mathematics is essential to teaching and tutoring mathematics. There are many different forms of teaching. I feel that I'm a great tutor because I try to understand...

SUNY College at Brockport - Bachelors, Mathematics

SUNY College at Brockport - Masters, Mathematics

University of Buffalo - PhD , Mathematics

Lite ...city we lived in, communicate with other students and teachers, and achieve their academic goals. At the same time, I helped my fellow French students understand the relationship of integration with area under or above a function on a graph, and helped them use this relationship to demonstrate our findings in Excel (Microsoft Office). While...

State University of New York at Buffalo - Bachelors, Romance Languages - French

Julianny ...Buffalo hoping to achieve a PhD in Microbiology. At school, I spends most of my time in a lab figuring out how things work and what the next “big thing” could be. My passion on sustainability and technology will never end, and I strongly believe faith in oneself could overcome any academic challenge.

University at Buffalo - Bachelors, Biotechnology

Ashutosh I have been tutoring for the past 5 years. My quality of providing a student specific help makes me a great tutor. I am very good at analyzing a student and finding out the areas where a student needs strengthening.

CUNY Hunter College - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Trevor ...allowing me to create different methods of explaining the same problem. This skill helps me to find the most efficient descriptions of processes based on the student. Different people need different explanations for the same material. This has been proven time and time again from my helping with Calculus as a teacher’s assistant to Statistics;...

SUNY at Fredonia - Bachelors, Mathematics

Rochester Institute of Technology - Masters, Applied Mathematics

Nick ...on several other projects such as designing a radar system, and autonomous navigation of robotic systems. In my tutoring I have always strived to take a very practical approach. I believe that both memorizing equations, or “plug and chug” techniques are both inadequate. Conceptual understanding and practical application are both equally important as one informs...

University at Buffalo - Current Undergrad, Aerospace Engineering

Purdue University-Main Campus - Masters, Aerospace Engineering