# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Diamond Bar, CA

Aidan ...Phil 7 Logic course, and I was previously a math tutor up to Calculus C. I have taught at Harbor College in the summer youth employment program, and taught many different tutoring programs, as well as being a private tutor for a couple years while I was in High School. I have worked with students...

University of California-Riverside - Bachelor in Arts, Economics : Law and Society Second Major Public Policy

Gabrielle ...with and break down complex ideas into more manageable chunks. Also, I believe the SAT tests more critical reading than any other skill, and I encourage students to be very detail-oriented about what the question is actually asking. Through tutoring at Chapman, I am used to students coming to me because they are having trouble...

Chapman University - Bachelors, Biochemistry and Music Performance

Ritche ...work experience, I have gained much more confidence that I would someday become a professor. At my university, I enjoy the constant knowledge exchange amongst student and professors, and I would like to continue to be part of that environment. I enjoy learning from others just as much as teaching. I chose to partner with...

California State University-Long Beach - Bachelors, Human Resource Management

Dwight ...moved to Burkina Faso, West Africa for 27 months. While in Burkina Faso, we lived in a small village and I taught math and ESL at the local junior high. After the Peace Corps, I moved to Raleigh, NC and started taking my first steps towards becoming a credentialed teacher. I was accepted into a...

SDSU - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics

University of Southern California - Master of Arts, Teaching

Merigan ...more accessible to students. 'But I'll never need to use this stuff in real life' is a refrain I'm not afraid to challenge. I hope to give students a new perspective on not just the importance, but the utility and beauty of math, no matter what field they plan to go into. Coming from a...

Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Michael ...equations. However, I am most comfortable tutoring Ordinary DE's, Calculus (up to multi-variable) and lower. My absolute favorite to tutor is algebra 1 and 2, down to middle school math. It is a blast to get the students to see how easy it is. Also, these mathematics are the base needed to proceed to higher...

Cal Poly Pomona - Bachelor of Science, Physics

Bryant ...expertise, math problems will be seen as puzzles, ready to be solved and unlocked! It is without a doubt that I can help my students understand mathematics on a deeper level, and even develop a stronger appreciation for it! Aside from tinkering with math problems and coming up with some of my own, I enjoy...

CSULB - Bachelor of Science, MATH OP. IN EDUCATION

State Certified Teacher

Peter ...working with my students. I love to laugh, have a good time, and I take that mentality in with me while tutoring in order to promote a safe, healthy, and productive working environment. A stressed student is a student who will be unable to work at full capacity, and that is something I take very...

University of Southern California - Bachelors, Health Promotion Disease Prevention & Theatre Arts

Paul ...very passionate about and would gladly help any student studying the topic to understand how computer science and programming can be be fun and rewarding. I am very patient and will try to guide students towards figuring out problems on their own. I strongly believe in the learn by doing teaching model, however I feel...

California State University-Fullerton - Current Undergrad, Computer Science

Spencer ...SAT: I love the satisfaction of beating the test at its own game, and I am always deeply gratified when my students go from cowering in terror at the name of standardized testing to whizzing through tough math sections with relish. I also love tutoring Latin and Greek, which are my passion and the subject...

Oxford University - Unknown, Greek and/or Latin Languages and Literature