### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Lisle, IL

Kurt ...you present any subject matter in a functional way that focuses on developing a strong understanding of the core concepts, you can make even the most complicated material accessible and applicable without the need for hours spent on rote memorization. This method has proven to instill a deep working knowledge of the material in students...

Rochester Institute of Technology - BS, Physician Assistant

Benjamin ...call it, "A Little Bit of Everything." I haven't done that yet, but maybe you could be my first guest! I value teaching because it helps me continue to learn and sharpen my mind. I also enjoy being able to pass on the knowledge I have been given. If I work with you, you can...

Northwestern University - Bachelor of Arts, Theatre with a minor in Business Institutions

Sam I am currently a student at Occidental College in Los Angeles, where I major in Mathematics. I also play for my school's lacrosse team. My teaching method is very thorough. I work alongside my students every step of the way, helping them fully understand concepts.

Occidental College - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

Deven ...I am presenting, especially if a point is unclear. This not only helps my students to gain a complete understanding, but it also drives me to improve how I explain a concept. My passion for being a tutor comes from my family. I am the oldest son in a family of four children and took...

University of California-San Diego - BS, Bioengineering

Olivia ...last two years I have focused on working with students with learning disabilities such as ADHD. My teaching style focuses on reframing academic struggles as hurdles with simple and practical solutions rather than insurmountable hurdles. While I tutor in many subject areas, my passion and joy is in the sciences and mathematics. I have always...

New York University - BA, Anthropology

Nathaniel I am a dynamic, encouraging, flexible, and clear tutor. I have tutored adults for three years and children for one. Experience teaches me that listening is a more effective teaching method than speaking. Also, I am a firm believer in the power of positive encouragement. ... The number one rule of teaching is that there are no rules. A good teacher is able to adapt his or her methods for each student. In order to do this, the teacher has to listen to the student and try to understand how the student thinks. From my experience, the two most common methods that work are: 1) encourage the student until he or she can figure out the material on his or her own. 2) walk the student through a sample problem step by step. Afterwards, guide the student to repeat the same steps on his or her own. After a few repetitions, challenge the student to solve a similar problem that requires a slightly different set of steps.

Hofstra University - BS, Electrical Engineering

Ahad ...center, private tutor, and teaching in Turkey. Each of these experiences have taught me that teaching revolves around mentoring and friendship. I hope to learn from all of you as much as you will learn from me. I firmly believe that success in any field lies in first understanding the concepts fully and then applying...

Loyola University-Chicago - BS, Molecular Biology

Brandon ...tutor it is my goal to not only teach my students the material they need to learn, but to better their core understanding of a subject and their methods of learning for the future. This way, they can continue to learn at an advanced level long after they no longer require the service of a...

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign - BS, Mathematics

Nicholas ...final two courses to complete my Economics degree at Michigan State University. Throughout the summer, I successfully maintained a supportive and nourishing relationship with all campers to ensure each of them walked away with a positive experience, new friendships, and a smile. I currently work in asset management here in Chicago. I enjoy skiing, hiking,...

Michigan State University - Bachelors, Economics

Jourdan ...can solve problems on their own. There are many different ways to approach math problems, so there is usually a way that fits the student the best. This reflects my tutoring style, because I like to see where a student has problems understanding, and complete the problem in a way that they can connect with....

Johns Hopkins University - BS, Biomedical Engineering