Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in San Diego, CA
Jason "...I have hundreds of hours of experience tutoring Math, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics of all levels. I was awarded tutor of the year in 2008-2009 at Mesa College. I have had tremendous success with past students where most of them end up with an A or B in their class..."
Shane "...I was a student instructor for about 4 years in engineering and tutored student athletes throughout my undergrad. My favorite subjects are generally in the STEM category and I really enjoy helping others understand those concepts. My teaching style has always been to really engage students through humor and real world situations; really makes subjects like math and physics easier to relate to..."
Christopher "...I am currently working towards a Bachelor of Sciences in Computer Science, as well as a Minor in Economics. Throughout my entire high school career, I tutored in every math I took from Geometry to AP Calculus BC, as well as Chemistry, all with great results from all of my peers. While I can tutor in most subjects, I particularly enjoy tutoring Chemistry and higher level Mathematics, like Calcuus or Pre-Calculus, because I myself am very passionate about these subjects, and think about many the core concepts a lot outside of class, so I have a wholesome understanding of them..."
UCSD - BS, Computer Science
Chris "...Currently, I am finishing my MS in Physics at SDSU. For more than 12 years, I have been tutoring the subjects of Math from Basic Math to Differential Equations, English, Chemistry and Physics, beginning at Patrick Henry HS and later at Grossmont and Cuyamaca Community Colleges. I worked at Mesa College in the Math and Science Tutoring Center, where I also tutored Mechanical Engineering and beginning Japanese..."
Julia "...This rewarding experience further emphasized the importance of patience, and finding engaging and relatable activities in order to connect with students. I enjoy taking challenging material, breaking it down into organized key concepts, and supplementing the learning with relatable, real-life examples. I use this same strategy when I tutor students of all ages in math and physics..."
University of Maryland-College Park - Bachelors, Physics - Meteorology
University of California-San Diego - Masters, Earth Science: Geophysics
Danielle "...I received my Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with an emphasis on Education. During school I tutored junior high, high school, and college students in math. I was a teacher's assistant in a junior high math class as well as a high school math class..."
Matt "...I really prefer teaching people individually because many people do not learn well in a classroom situation, and it's easy for someone to get left behind without anyone knowing or caring. Every student has different needs, but in general, I want to find the place where you are comfortable with the subject and build from there. Most subjects have a set of basic concepts from which you can derive all the more complicated information..."
Harvard University - BA, Physical Sciences
Scripps Research Institute - PhD, Molecular Biology
Misa "... I love being a tutor and helping students learn. I have a younger sister which means I have had to help her with school work throughout the years. I have had experience tutoring in many math and science courses at different levels..."
Surabhi "...I completed pharmacy school and became a pharmacist in 2010. I have been working as a tutor/teacher since 2007. I have worked with students of a vast variety of age groups and subjects. I love science and I love teaching..."
Hafid "...Since then, I have helped students (including medical students doing hospital rotations) succeed in academics. I have improved a lot in my teaching methods and make each session high energy and interactive. Most recently I did a pediatrics internship at UCSF-Fresno, but with my background in the biotechnology industry, I'd like to go back into research..."