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Abhiram V. I received my master's degree in biomedical engineering from Cornell in August, 2012. I have taken a multitude of business courses, both at the graduate and undergraduate level. I am a calm, patient and methodical teacher with a great deal of experience tutoring and teaching.
29 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, English, calculus
$100.00/hr
Sunnyvale, CA
Emily L. ...I would love to help students catch up or get ahead in math or science! In high school, I took AP Calculus AB/BC and scored 5's on both tests. I can teach you good test-taking strategies for the AP test or help you catch up/keep up in those classes as I have seen the material at a high school and college level.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
$40.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Roger M. ...Some students relate more to history and culture so I'll discuss the evolution of unique math concepts. Calculus has a natural connection to science, especially Physics, so I make those connections whenever possible. I also find real-world applications for the Calculus concepts so students see how relevant math is in their lives.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, precalculus, algebra 2
$54.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Hamid D. ...For example explain to me your thinking process and help me to understand why you cannot proceed using the solution you find using it.I have taught calculus at college level. Calculus might be challenging for High School students and that's a good thing. It is easier to learn to think efficiently at younger age and the skills will stay longer sooner it is learned.
8 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, calculus, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Hayward, CA
Ateeq S. ...If he/she doesn't understand a fundamental concept, I explain the principle, giving weight to why it holds and providing examples that the student can relate to. I think this is crucial because memorizing formulas or facts is not real learning. To fully understand a concept, a student needs to appreciate how it follows from and relates to other concepts he/she already understands.
28 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, physics, calculus
$50.00/hr
Stanford, CA

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