# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Schaumburg, IL

Evan ...and tutoring, math is one of my favorites. Back when I was in high school, my friends always came to me for help with learning Math, and I always enjoyed helping them. Calculus is one of my favorites in particular, because I enjoy seeing my students realize that, while it is kind of intimidating at first, Calculus is just as easy as the math that came before it. I also enjoy helping students learn to...

Ahad ...tutoring 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 them to different problems. Hence, in my tutoring sessions, I first explain the concepts, which are followed by examples....

Loyola University-Chicago - BS, Molecular Biology

Apoorva I am currently a student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, majoring in bioengineering. I have been tutoring other students since high school and also have experience teaching engineering in a classroom setting. I especially enjoy teaching subjects that have a stigma for being difficult or unattainable and strive to change that perception. My strengths are math, science and standardized test preparation. ... Slowly work through the skill or topic in multiple ways and find out which way makes the most sense for the student.

University of Illinois at Chicago - Current Undergrad, Bioengineering

Brandon ...I give you one corner, and it is for you to find the other three.-Confucius As a 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 tutor.

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign - BS, Mathematics

Rajiv ...Students learn best by teaching and doing, not by being spoon fed information. Certainly, sometimes they need a helping hand, and other times they need to be in an environment like tutoring where they are allowed to be wrong without penalty. Failure is a vital step of learning. Outside of tutoring, I play a variety of sports, though tennis is the only one I pursue on a competitive, advanced level. I am also a father,...

University of Michigan - BS, Electrical Engineering

University of Michigan - MS, Industrial and Operations Engineering

Kyle ...old as a high school sophomore, I have also enjoyed sharing knowledge with others. I was part of the peer tutoring program at my high school, and during college, I tutored fellow students in math and science classes. More specifically, I specialize in high school and college-level math/science courses: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, physics and chemistry. Test prep for ACT, SAT, GMAT and GRE are also included. I'm extremely patient and will always take...

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - BS, Civil Engineering

Carolyn ...the student physics organizations, published several papers about gamma rays, and traveled to South America to work on experiments. I then went to graduate school at Northwestern University, where I received my Master's Degree in Learning Sciences (which is like a degree in Education with an emphasis on public policy.) I focused mostly on better teaching practices outside the classroom, utilizing technology to teach, and getting girls interested in Math and Science. I have an...

University of Chicago - BA, Physics

Northwestern University - MA, Learning Sciences

Nichola ...my short time here. I am originally from Detroit, Where I finished my bachelor's degree in secondary education at Wayne State University, majoring in math and minoring in physics. I have always been very interested in math, how logic-oriented it is and how it applies to almost everything in the real world. Aside from school I enjoy travelling, playing tennis, reading, and watching football on Sundays. I taught have been a teacher two years prior...

Wayne State University - BA, Secondary Education--math

DePaul University - MS, Pure Mathematics

Pedro ...tool when learning. When teaching I like to model problems with “think out louds” so the student can get an idea how I would approach the problem. Secondly, I like to do the problem with the student to make sure they have grasped a concept before having them attempt problems on their own. Working together allows me to assess what concepts tend to be tricky for an individual that they may not have been able...

UIC - BS, Chemical Engineering

Hannah ...Women and Gender studies. After graduating I worked for a year as an Americorps fellow for a program called AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps, and I am currently working with young adults with Aspergers at a social service agency. I have extensive experience tutoring and mentoring children, teenagers, and young adults, including those with developmental and/or learning disabilities. These experiences have taught me to approach every new student as a unique individual with her or...

Washington University in St Louis - BA, Pre-med/Psychology, Minor in Gender Studies