# Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Hanover Park, IL

Ammar ...learning disabilities to those who make straight A's. Having earned a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (SMU) and a Master's Degree in Biochemistry (CCNY), I specialize in the various math and science subjects. In addition to complete mastery of the respective subject at hand, my tutoring experiences also show that listening, patience, and good communication...

Southern Methodist University - Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering

City College of New York (CUNY) - Master of Arts, Biochemistry

Ari ...to know my students as much as I can on a personal level, so that I can factor elements of their everyday lives into the learning equation (no pun intended). It is always beneficial to consider how various topics and concepts can be understood on an empirical level instead of just abstractly. Additionally, it is...

Boston University - BA, Economics

Nathaniel ...things I find most rewarding is explaining math. My career goal is to become a college professor, teach math, and do research. I am currently a Senior with a math major at Loyola University Chicago and have been accepted to their masters program. I also like playing tennis, whiffle ball, and writing poetry.

Loyola University Chicago - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

Loyola University Chicago - Current Grad Student, Mathematics

Kevin ...including the ACT, the SAT, and various AP tests. I am especially passionate about teaching students optimal test-taking strategies for conquering standardized tests and honing their critical thinking skills. I believe that education is not only necessary for being successful academically and professionally, but also capable of enriching one’s life experiences. In my spare time,...

Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - BS, Accounting

Igor ...plain language to describe the relationships between all of the moving parts in math and science subjects. I use familiar analogies as needed to paint a picture of the models students should imagine to successfully solve problems and wrap their heads around the concepts. After learning with me, you will be able to navigate any...

University of Wisconsin - BS, Chemical Engineering AND Chemistry

Thamara ...full-time as an Research Assistant for the NIH, focusing on Youth and Social Issues, at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research. I am gearing up to continue graduate school and a career in public health and creative health prevention programming! I love teaching and tutoring students of all ages, as I am passionate...

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Bachelors, Medical Anthropolgy

Deven ...on Control Systems and Mathematical Modeling. I have worked with graduate students, collegiate students, and school students. Tutoring is one of the most satisfying ways I spend my time. I value and enjoy building a rapport with each student so I can challenge him or her to think critically about a given problem. On the...

University of California-San Diego - BS, Bioengineering

Riva ...the Peruvian Amazon. While I was at Harvard I worked as a peer tutor for biology, chemistry, physics, and Spanish courses; I also taught health education workshop to Boston area high school students. When I am tutoring I feel it is important to both demonstrate problem-solving techniques and then guide students to the point where...

Harvard University - Biology, Biology

Cambridge University - PhD, Biology

Sam I am currently a student at Occidental College in Los Angeles, where I major in Mathematics. I also play for my school's lacrosse team. My teaching method is very thorough. I work alongside my students every step of the way, helping them fully understand concepts.

Occidental College - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

Nikolaj ...ask their math teachers, "When am I ever going to need this?" But the value of learning complex math, beyond its inherent beauty, is that students learn problem solving skills. Large, seemingly intractable problems can be reduced to several smaller, more manageable problems. This is true of differential equations, and it is true of getting...