# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Vishrut ...teaching math. Growing up in a family of math teachers, I caught the math bug at a very early age. Practicing math and logic problems was a weekend hobby. I want to pass on this passion for math to other students. I love helping students work through academic challenges and reach their full potential. That is why I am a very patient and encouraging tutor. I like to make math fun for the student and...

University of California-Los Angeles - Bachelor of Science, Materials Engineering

University of California-Los Angeles - Master of Science, Materials Engineering

Lucy I graduated from University at Buffalo with a double degree in Math and Finance. I grew up in Shanghai, China. The subjects I would be most interested in tutoring are Math and Mandarin, however I can also tutor physics and chemistry. I'm currently living in Los Angeles and getting prepared for my actuarial exams. I tutored while I was attending college and I'm very passionate when it comes to passing my knowledge to others.

University at Buffalo - Bachelors, Math, Finance

John Part of being an effective tutor is being able to engage with the student, one-on-one, and helping them to overcome any difficulties in their assignments, while instilling in them the joy of learning. I earned my Bachelor's degree at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. I tutor in math, specifically pre-algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, and geometry. I enjoy helping people get over their fear of math. I don't believe math should be a scary...

Saint Edward's University - Bachelor in Arts, Theater Arts

Alison ...find a method that works for each individual student. I have come to realize that everybody learns in different ways and at a different pace, and it is my job to accommodate each student’s needs. I establish a connection with each student to ensure he or she feels comfortable to express his or her questions and concerns. I enjoy working with students of all ages, which is why my subject areas include middle school math...

University of Southern California - Unknown, Electrical Engineering

Byrd ...I moved to Los Angeles to serve with AmeriCorps through the American Red Cross where I taught disaster preparedness and helped with disaster recovery. Throughout my undergraduate education I traveled to the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua with Outreach360 on seven trips to teach Spanish Literacy and Public Health. I returned several times and witnessed the power of education in transforming impoverished communities. At North Carolina State University, I taught children how to eat healthy on...

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - Bachelor of Science, Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Biology

Mitch If you need help with Chemistry or Physics (for High School or Community College), or any kind of math from Algebra on - let me be your tutor! These subjects don't have to be hard. I can break them down and explain them for you. I'm a nerd (fantasy and science fiction) from way back, as well as a space nut. I'm a little quirky, and I make bad puns sometimes - but nobody's perfect!

Stanford - Bachelor of Science, General Engineering

Bryant ...seen and understood from multiple perspectives. Under my 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 working out, swimming, and cycling in my free time. I also enjoy...

CSULB - Bachelor of Science, MATH OP. IN EDUCATION

State Certified Teacher

Joshua ...systems. While pursuing my undergraduates degree, I have had the opportunity to tutor many classmates in mathematics and engineering courses; including Calculus I/II/III, Differential Equations, Statics, Dynamics, and Physics. Since I have been in 6th grade, I tutored my three younger siblings in many math and science courses up to Trigonometry/Algebra II and Geometry. I was also a fishing counselor for two summers at Roughing It Day camp, and I worked with kids from the...

CSU Long Baech - Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Eng.

Richard ...who had trouble with their classwork. At the end of each quarter, we were to teach a class lesson on our own, and this was a major factor in me deciding not to be a math teacher. While I do enjoy helping students, I am too shy to speak to a large group of people at once. This is why I decided to tutor. While in high school, I tutored a middle school boy in...

University of California-Los Angeles - Bachelor in Arts, Sociology

Gabrielle ...of teaching and drove me to become a tutor for my university. While I love math and the sciences, I also have a passion for music, which I'm also currently pursuing at the conservatory level. My tutoring style is very student-based, where I pay close attention to what concepts they are most struggling with and break down complex ideas into more manageable chunks. Also, I believe the SAT tests more critical reading than any other...

Chapman University - Bachelors, Biochemistry and Music Performance