# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Bel Air, CA

Caroline ...graduate with a B.S. in Pure Mathematics, and some graduate study in Education. I have been tutoring/teaching since 1999, and I love it! I really enjoy helping others reach their academic goals. I have experience tutoring Basic Math to Advanced Calculus. My tutoring style is working with the student to find what helps them learn the most! I believe that with a little help, anyone can learn, excel in, and even enjoy Mathematics. In my...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Pure Mathematics, Public Affairs minor

Ty ...pleasure of tutoring AP Chemistry and AP Calculus AB. However, of all the school subjects, I am most passionate in the Physics. I believe Physics is truly wonderful because not only does it describe how the world works like all sciences, Physics by far is the most observable. I have been exposed to the art of origami since my childhood hence I occasionally get inspired to make large origami projects. In my spare time I...

University of California-Davis - BS, Biological Systems Engineering

Rachel ...with a leading national test preparation provider. I am currently a doctoral student in public policy analysis at the Pardee RAND Graduate School in Santa Monica, CA. I have a Master's in Public Administration from NYU and a Bachelor's in Political Science and History from Hofstra University. I love math, logic and expanding my vocabulary. I enjoy working with students on test preparation for standardized tests because I believe that through repetition, content review, and...

Hofstra University - Bachelors, Political Science & History

New York University - Masters, Public Administration

Idean ...the Sciences, specially chemistry, after I got involved in a research lab. My project was to synthesize a topologically interesting porphyrin. Applying what I had learned in class to a real research project helped me to realize the importance of what I had learned. Hence, I try to conduct my tutoring sessions in this fashion by keeping it interactive and showing my students how what we learn is being applied to our everyday life. My...

University of California-Los Angeles - BS, Biochemistry

Jesse ...Elementary Institute of Science in downtown San Diego. Here I created my own curriculum, designed my own experiments, and lead groups of 8-15 year olds in learning the fundamentals of Physics. This position allowed me flesh out my understanding of the principles of both teaching and how Physics can be taught. Many students are intimidated by math and physics so I strive to make the content as digestible and accessible. Helping students learn the essentials...

University of California, San Diego - BS, Physics

Chase ...struggle of answering those pesky homework problems and not feeling like it converts over to the test. I like to break down mathematics to its simplest form of derivation after derivation in order to show the student that it is a set of simple logical steps that becomes easier if you do not simply memorize the expressions and formulas. I hope to become a great asset to my student in whatever mathematical endeavor they are...

University of California Davis - Bachelors, Mathematics

Matt ...Santa Clarita, CA, which is where I attended high school and first became a tutor. Since then, I've realized that teaching is something I truly enjoy, that helping a struggling student finally understand something is incredibly rewarding. I have a lot of experience tutoring chemistry and physics at high school and college level and also in math from pre-algebra to calculus II. However, I believe learning is about far more than memorizing facts that are...

University of Miami - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Lionel ...Statistics and Probability and am going to Graduate School at UCLA for Bio-statistics so I have those subjects down as well. I think tutors are there to help polish concepts and check for real understanding of the subject. Instead of just plugging in numbers and getting the right answers I want you to know what those numbers represent, what the correct way to pursue the problem is, and why that is the correct way in...

University of Arizona - BS, Math/Statistics

Eric ...fitness model! I am very knowledgeable about geometry, algebra, single variable calculus, high school and college chemistry, mechanics and electricity and magnetism, and anything test prep related. I have multiple years of experience tutoring students of all ages in all the subjects I mentioned and have since developed a passion for helping students understand the material that will help them score the most points. In my first attempt on the SAT as a junior in...

UCLA - BS, Chemistry, Environmental Engineering minor

Tiffany ...to my experience teaching entrepreneurship at the collegiate level, I have designed and instructed a complete Model United Nations course and organized educational and social activities including trips to the South African Embassy in Washington DC to facilitate student participation and retention of key Model U.N. concepts. I have also privately tutored several students ranging from early high school students struggling with basic math concepts to high achieving students looking to create competitive college applications....

University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) - BS, Business