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Calculus Tutoring in New York City, NY

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Varsity Tutors offers Calculus tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Calculus through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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Selected Calculus Tutors in New York City, NY

Our outstanding tutors are available and excited to help you conquer Calculus. They have attended renowned programs like MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other highly ranked institutions.

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Rice University - Mathematical Economic Analysis

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Old Dominion University - Civil Engineering

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George Washington University - Structural Engineering

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University Of Oregon - Mathematics

How we help you master: Calculus


Our educational director will pinpoint learning styles, map out goals and plans to target specific areas for improvement.


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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student and I went over solving quadratic equations by way of factoring or using the quadratic equation . We also worked on graphing and determining the equations based on the shape of the graph. Lastly, we worked on composite functions and inverse functions.

The student has the SAT coming up on this weekend, so he asked for us to go over some practice problems. His biggest concerns are reading comprehension and the grammar sections. We went through a few practice sections and reviewed the grammar rules commonly tested on  the SAT.

Today we covered items in spelling, writing, phonics and reading comprehension. The student seems to be doing well and he is really trying. We will continue to work on different components of language arts, and we will also work on improving his handwriting.

The student and I focused on reading comprehension, using a new book his father purchased for our sessions. This book provided many new exercises and useful tips for the exam. We focused our efforts on short and long read comp passages, highlighting key words and phrases to better connect questions with their proper responses. His homework was 40 reading comp and improving paragraphs questions.

Today, the student and I worked on his Algebra, word problem, homework. He only had a few problems left, since we covered most of it during our last session. We also worked on his Spanish vocabulary, which consisted of weather vocabulary mostly. We made flash cards for all of his vocabulary words, and reviewed each of them a number of times. I left him with the flash cards to review for his test on Thursday.

The student and I worked on a few new ways of looking at data sets. We practiced calculating standard deviations given sets of data. We also used that knowledge to determine whether or not a data set was normally distributed or not. Then, we used our knowledge of the normal distribution to determine facts about data sets, given that they were normally distributed.

We began the session by going over the ACT writing prompt I assigned the student during our last session. She showed consistent progress in grammar, punctuation, and organization. It was our last session before she took the real test, so I asked which sections she felt the least confident about, and she said math. We spent the rest of the session going over math problems together and discussing general test strategies for the big day. When I left she said she felt ready for the test, and I wholeheartedly concur!

Continued to work on organizing thoughts and school work. Worked on math and social studies work for examinations at the end of the week.

I continued to help the student review for his AP test. We went over all the free response questions from that section of an old AP Test. The questions included many important topics including area between curves, volumes of revolution, cross sectional volumes, differential equations, particle problems, Riemann sums, displacement, continuity, differentiation, and limits.

I worked with Student 1 for about an hour, on a worksheet covering the order of operations in math. She did well on the arithmetic, but needed a little help with setting up the problem at times. Student 2 and I worked together on a worksheet involving mixed fractions, and dividing fractions. She had some examples from class, written down on the paper, and instructions copied in her notebook; she did well, but had trouble with some of the arithmetic.

We started working on the review material for the upcoming chemistry final in two weeks. We began reviewing the material from the end of last semester, which will still be on the final. The last topic that we covered pertained to the basic concepts of stoichiometry, which the student had a very good grasp of.

We reviewed Chapter 8. The student was able to work through many of the problems that she had missed on her test; she showed understanding of what went wrong.

How can a Calculus tutor from Varsity Tutors help you master Calculus?

Varsity Tutors offers calculus tutoring in New York City, NY. We’ll help you learn calculus through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own NYC home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant math, advanced engineering, and graduate-level physics majors and other mathematically gifted people available throughout New York, NY and adjacent cities to help you ace even the most difficult differential calculus course.

Having trouble understanding the intricacies of calculus? An expert Varsity Tutor in the New York metro area can help you vanquish your apprehensions about the subject while mastering its crucial details through New York's best personalized private calculus tutoring.

Calculus deals with abstract mathematical concepts like integrals, derivatives, and limits. Many students struggle with calculus because of the subject’s inherent abstraction, and oftentimes find that they don’t completely understand its most crucial concepts even after in-class instruction. Working with a Varsity Tutors calculus tutor can mean the difference between seeing calculus as completely confounding or understanding its most difficult concepts with ease. Calculus tutoring can help you no matter what level of calculus you are struggling with. Chances are that we've provided private calculus tutoring to other students in your NYC program.

Your Varsity Tutors calculus tutor in New York can develop a personalized lesson plan and explain calculus concepts at a pace and in a way that works for you. Varsity Tutors calculus tutors are hand-selected for their expert knowledge and ability to explain even the most complex mathematical concepts. With one-on-one calculus tutoring in your New York home, you can put yourself on the fast-track to mastering calculus!


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