...The sooner you call, the sooner you will start improving on eminently understandable subjects.Algebra I is typically my favorite course to teach. Algebra II is an important part of Economic theory, which I have my advanced degree in. So I am both accustomed to it and have an affinity for it.
Newington, CTView Tutor
...Sub-topics such as derivatives, differentiation, and maximization can be very intimidating if it feels like the instructor is moving through them too quickly. Often, the opportunity to work one on one within these concepts - and talk them over until there is a real understanding - makes a huge difference. Growing up as a sports fan, I always gravitated to statistics.
Hamden, CTView Tutor
...I have taught and tutored Calculus to students with a very diverse ethnic background and of different abilities for more than fifteen years. Calculus I is primarily about derivatives which are the instantaneous rates of change. Calculus II is primarily about integrations or integrals which are the area under the curve.
Waterbury, CTView Tutor
...I have published articles in 8 different scholarly journals. I have taken 5 collegiate math classes, 8 semesters of graduate level statistics/econometrics and 5 semesters of graduate level economics. I have been a college professor for 15 years.
Hartford, CTView Tutor
...I enjoy tutoring and am adept at simplifying complex problems and theories and providing analogous examples to improve understanding. This provides me with a broad experience base to work one-on-one with students in becoming comfortable with and mastering the many subjects and uses algebra II. ...
Southbury, CTView Tutor