# Award-Winning Calculus 3 Tutors

Zhenrui ...and SAT IIs as well as for AP and IB exams. While I have tutored a broad range of subjects, my concentration lies in test prep and math, physics, and chemistry. The area I have the most experience with is test-prep tutoring. Let me be completely frank: reading and math are fun; standardized tests in reading and math are not. My philosophy is to make the process as easy and painless for my students as...

Columbia University in the City of New York - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

Neil ...degree in Chemistry from Brigham Young University. Since then, I've been working as a chemist, teacher, and tutor. I'm currently working on a Masters Degree in Teaching. My favorite thing about teaching is helping students learn how awesome science is. Everything we interact with everyday is made possible because of it. I fully believe that anyone can become great at math or science. I am also an accomplished amatuer musician. I play piano and low...

Brigham Young University - Bachelor in Arts, Chemistry

Sam ...program. During my undergraduate years I tutored students for three semesters and saw how I could gently encourage making the subject “one’s own” in a friendly, supportive way. I’m patient and flexible when it comes to changing my approach based on a student’s particular learning needs. Rather than simply showing my method for solutions, I make note of how students tackle problems, and their thinking gives me guidance concerning strategies that will improve on their...

Whitman College - Bachelor in Arts, Astronomy-Physics

Kristi ...level. Calculus is my favorite topic to tutor, as I find the concepts to be incredibly fun to both learn and teach. In addition to tutoring, I also worked as a multivariable calculus teaching assistant for the Harvard Mathematics Department. I firmly believe that anyone can learn math. There's no such things as a "math person." It's just a matter of finding the right teacher. Outside of my academic pursuits, I also enjoy flying single-engine...

Harvard University - Bachelor in Arts, Astrophysics; Earth and Planetary Science

Arizona State University - PHD, Exploration Systems Design

Michelle ...students have ranged from elementary school up through seniors in college. I tutored for the upper division mathematics center at my university, while attending college, as well as through a program called Upward Bound. Upward Bound is a program dedicated to low income or first generation college students prepare for college. My extensive experience tutoring students has taught me patience as well as different ways to approach and teach the different topics of mathematics. I...

California State University-San Bernardino - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics

Shulamith ...junior at Temple University, where I’m working towards a B.S. in Math. I just transferred here from Wisconsin, and I couldn’t be more excited to be in Philadelphia. I used to volunteer at my high school, tutoring other students in math, English, and chemistry. I am fortunate to have had so many wonderful, dedicated teachers who fostered my love of learning. I believe my passion for education will inspire my students and help them enjoy...

Temple University - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

Matthew ...I believe that everyone learns differently and each tutoring session must be designed around the student. This starts by identifying strengths and weaknesses and building a solid foundation before moving forward. From there I believe it is important to build the student's confidence while working through example questions in their problem areas, while simultaneously building better study skills geared towards the specific student and subject matter. I also try to find fun or exciting ways...

Knox College - Bachelor in Arts, Chemistry

Avner ...physics and math, so I have a good idea of what could be confusing to students, and I know a lot of memorization tricks and analogies to simplify the hard concepts. I also specialize in teaching College math and physics and preparing the student for the math and physics section of the following standardized exams: GRE, MCAT, OAT, DAT or any other exam of this sort which requires the knowledge of college level physics and...

SUNY at Buffalo - Bachelors, Physics

Brian ...explain to them the importance of each topic. By changing the way they think about the problem on the page, you can often spark a new found interest in the subject. Once the interest is there, success will follow. I have experience tutoring kids of a wide age range, starting from children in 1st grade all the way to college freshmen. My experience is mostly with math, originally teaching basic arithmetic to young, underprivileged children...

University of Denver - Bachelor of Science, Physics & Mathematics

Jacob ...from the ages of 9 to 22. I have helped students study for tests, quizzes, college entrance exams, SAT an ACT tests, SAT subject tests, and AP exams. I specialize in Math and Science subjects because I am one of those weird people that enjoy those subjects very much! My favorite part of tutoring is getting to know my students and their families. I also enjoy seeing the satisfied look on my students faces when...

Pennsylvania State University - Bachelor of Science, General Science