# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Sellersburg, KY

Brent ...of futility. I like to find ways to engage my students with their studies in ways that are exciting and inspiring. Math and science are the keys to understanding the world around us and they can be very captivating subjects when you discover how they relate to the things that you find fascinating.

Emory University - BS, Chemistry

Patrick ...and in that time I've developed techniques to make the material understandable. I've led test prep courses for Kaplan for the GMAT, SAT, ACT, and GRE and was also a Kaplan teacher-trainer, so I was entrusted to teach other test prep professionals best practices. My personal goal is to help each of my students perform...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, Mathematics

University of Louisville - Masters, MBA

Rajat My objective of being a Varsity tutor is to foster a mutually beneficial professional relationship with my students. Through the platform of Varsity tutors, I would like to share my passion for Maths, Physics and Engineering with budding future professionals, and inculcate the same zeal and enthusiasm in them.... My teaching philosophy involves creating a friendly and interactive relationship with my students, ensuring they understand the fundamentals and feel confident in tackling the subject on their own.

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - Masters, Aerospace Engineering

Blair ...them, by eliciting their feedback and tailoring my approach to their individual needs, and by conveying my enthusiasm for the learning process. It's great to see the light come on and to see their progress. I have an undergraduate degree in Politics from Princeton, a post-baccalaureate certificate in Quantitative Studies for Finance from Columbia, and...

Princeton University - Bachelors, Politics

London Business School - Masters, Business Administration

Scott ...a math degree, while I wait to begin graduate school for math in the fall. Before I developed a passion for math, I was a student of visual art and music. In fact, I became interested in math because I began (suddenly, with a little help from art manifestos) to see it as sculpture. (In...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, mathematics

Kent I am committed to helping the student learn material in a way that makes sense to them. If my usual approach does not work, I encourage students to tell me and we will work on a method of instruction that works best for them.

University of Evansville - Bachelors, Physics

Ball State University - Masters, Physics

Logan ...years obtaining my undergraduate degree in Integrative Biology with departmental honors. I am now attending the University of Louisville obtaining my PhD in Physiology. I played baseball and football in high school, club baseball and intramural flag football during my time at Berkeley. I stay active now riding my bike/jogging in Cherokee park in the...

University of California-Berkeley - Bachelors, Cell Biology

University of Louisville - PhD, Physiology

Jamie ...courses leading up to Calculus II and many biological science courses. I believe every student can learn complex material, just sometimes needs it explained and broken down in a different way that meets the students need of understanding, which is where I come in to help. I oftentimes think differently due to having a scientific...

Spelman College - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Tulane University of Louisiana - Masters, Neuroscience

Lucas ...been a love of mine, so I feel confident in speaking about my proficiency in various subjects as well as standardized testing, like the ACT and SAT. The most important thing for me is to get the student to critically think on his or her own and be able to get through questions with speed...

University of Louisville - Bachelors, Actuarial Mathematics

Dustin I have been hooked on mathematics since I was 4 years old, and my interest has never wavered. I love to explore mathematical relationships in the things around us, and sharing this fantastic connection with others.... Whether a student is struggling in basic or advanced math, and whether it is a required course or an academic pursuit, the best way to teach any difficult topic is to relate it to the student and demonstrate its value. Appreciation and enthusiasm are the best tutors!

Southern New Hampshire University - Current Undergrad, Mathematics