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..."
Adave "...Every student is different so I always take the time to understand their personality, and the things they enjoy. I feel once I can truly present myself to my students in a way they can trust and respect, I can truly help them understand even the most perplexing of topics. I believe anyone can explain the material, but to be able to explain material to someone who doesn’t understand takes true patience and intuition..."
UCSD - B.S., Mathermatics-Computer Science
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..."
John "...In the past I have volunteered with cerebral palsy students, helped ESL students improve their English, and tutored in a public high school setting. I consider myself an adept tutor in a wide range of subjects due to my International Baccalaureate Diploma experience and my cross-disciplinary studies in university. My strongest areas for teaching are Mathematics, ranging from Algebra to Calculus and Linear Algebra, a wide range of Sciences including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Environmental Science, and English and Writing..."
Adrian "...My educational background is diverse and has given me considerable mastery in math and the sciences. I have been tutoring professionally for the past year now and specialize in teaching high school chemistry, physics, and every level of math (including SAT). This means that I am well up-to-date with all the topics that your high school students will encounter..."
UCSD - BS, Physics
UCSD - MS, Computational Science
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..."
Benjamin "...at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC-San Diego. I am also a graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University where I received two Bachelor's of Science degrees in Engineering (Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering). My tutoring experiences began while I was in High School, tutoring middle school students in Math, and since then I have been a Teaching Assistant (TA) for three different courses in Engineering..."
Florida Gulf Coast University - BS(2), Civil and Environmental Engineering
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego - Ph.D., Oceanography
Nadia "...I learned that I must have an understanding of how to work with a body of diverse minds; therefore, I became proficient in making personal connections with my students. I was able to research and innovate new teaching styles that catered to my students’ personal interests and curiosities to effectively engage their diverse learning styles. Because of my dedication to the education community, I was presented the D.T..."
Duke University - Bachelors, Biology
Jordan "...I not only passed, but realized that the only separation difference between passing in failing was the willingness to put the work necessary in to succeed. Since then, I have found lots of joy sharing my knowledge and wisdom with those having a little trouble. You can learn anything you put your mind to, and I am here to help you..."
Emily "...I was fortunate enough to be able to view math as a puzzle – a series of steps that solves a mystery. As I have continued my studies in math, I have come to believe it is essential as it helps to develop problem solving skills as well as fundamental principles of logic. These skills have helped me through various subjects like statistics and general chemistry..."