Math Tutors

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Name Status GPA Phone Email Rates
Aaron, JoshuaGrad4.00916 539$50-60/hr
Offered:MAT 16 ABC, 17 ABC, 21 ABCD, 22 AB, Algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus, AP Calculus(AB/BC) STAT 13, 100, 101, 103, 32, 130 AB CHEM 2 ABC, 8 AB, 118 ABC BIS 2 ABC, 101, 103 PHY 7 ABC, 9 ABC
Courses taken:MAT 21 ABCD, 22 AB, STAT 13, 100 CHEM 2 ABC, 8 AB, 118 ABC BIS 2 ABC, 101, 103 PHY 7 ABC
Experience:I have been a mathematics and science tutor for over 6 years and have extensive experience working with individuals with learning disabilities like ADD and ADHD. I am very patient and flexible.
Additional:I am able to tutor elementary, junior high and high school students as well.
Bellardini, MatthewGrad3.90(607)$20-$30/hr
Offered:Calculus, all high school math courses, and high school / introductory physics
Courses taken:Single and Multi-variable Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra
Experience:I tutored high school math courses while a senior in high school. I have tutored introductory college physics courses for 4 years. I also have extensive TA experience.
Additional:I graduated from Ithaca College with a B.S. in Physics with honors and a minor in Mathematics. Willing to tutor jr. high, high school, and college students. Prefer contact by email.
Offered:high school algebra and calculus courses(21A)
Courses taken:MAT 21ABCD, 22AB, 25, 108, 125AB, 128B, 135A, 145, 167
Experience:I tutored throughout high school and have been LA of MAT 17A for two quarters.
Additional:Willing to tutor MAT 17ABC, 21ABC, and 108. Willing to tutor jr. high and high school students.
Offered:MAT16 series, MAT17 series, MAT21 series, high school algebra, geometry, and calculus
Courses taken:MAT21CD, MAT22AB, MAT25, MAT108, MAT125AB, MAT145
Experience:I have tutored in various math courses, including algebra, geometry, calculus, and statistics, for three years.
Additional:Willing to tutor high school and college students. Prefer contact by email.
Offered:Calculus, real analysis, and all high school math courses
Courses taken:Single and Multi-variable Calculus, Real and functional analysis, Linear algebra, Abstract algebra, Point set and Algebraic topology, Representation theory, Algebraic geometry
Experience:Tutored calculus since high school.
Additional:Graduated from University of Chicago with B.S. in Mathematics with Honors. Willing to tutor college and high school students. Prefer contact by email.
Offered:MAT 16ABC, 17ABC, 21ABC, 22A
Available:Fall 2017
Courses taken:MAT 12, 21ABCD, 22AB, 25, 67, 108, 118AB, 119A, 125A, 135A, 145, 150A, 167, 185A
Experience:I've worked as a TA for 6 quarters for MAT 17 and 21, and I've been the instructor for a summer session MAT 17A course. I've received almost all positive reviews as a TA and instructor.
Additional:I completed my MS in Applied Math at UCD in summer 2017. College students only, please. I can be most helpful tutoring any of the calculus classes, but I can probably also help with higher-level classes on a case-by-case basis. Please contact by email. For more about me, please visit my website:
Everest, David3.90805-441-1124David@EndYourMathStress.comVariable, see website given below
Offered:MAT 21ABCD, 22AB, 16ABC
Courses taken:All relevant courses.
Experience:I am a former UCD instructor, always receiving top ratings. I have been tutoring math as a full time profession for 28 years. I have helped countless students turn even the most difficult academic situations into success stories, and I will do that for you too.
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Gallup, NathanielGrad510 388$30-40/hr
Offered:Single and multivariable calculus, linear algebra, real analysis, abstract algebra, middle school algebra, high school algebra.
Courses taken:Single and multivariable calculus, linear algebra, real and complex analysis, abstract algebra, point-set and algebraic topology, partial differential equations, differential geometry, and cryptography.
Experience:I have tutored groups of students in the Math Questions Center and tutored individual students at Haverford where I received my undergraduate degree. In both situations, I tutored single variable and multivariable calculus, linear algebra, abstract algebra, and real analysis for two years and have tutored middle school and high school algebra for two years as well.
Additional:In May, I graduated from Haverford College with a B.S. in mathematics and I'm currently a first year pure math grad student at Davis. As an undergrad, tutoring other students in math was one of my favorite things to do, and I'm excited to continue in grad school. I would love to tutor students of all levels (kindergarten through senior in college).
Offered:MATH 16ABC, 17ABC, 21ABCD, 22AB, AP Calculus, high school topics, and middle school topics.
Courses taken:In my undergrad I've taken the equivalent to the Math 21 series, 22A, 22B, 25, 118, 119, 124, and 129. Additionally I've taken numerous graduate courses in math.
Experience:During all of my undergraduate career I tutored the 21 series. I worked at the walk-in Science and Math Learning Center as a peer math tutor and during that time I served as a lead tutor. I also tutored individual students with Student-Athlete Services as well as through private tutoring. Along with my tutoring experiences prior to Davis, I've served as a TA for calculus for over a year here and graded calculus during a summer session. I am passionate about helping others learn and understand mathematics, especially calculus.
Additional:I graduated from James Madison University with a B.S. in Mathematics with Honors. I'm willing to tutor college students, high school students, and middle school students.
Offered:Calculus, Trigonometry, Linear Algebra. Sorry I am not familiar with course numbers at UC Davis since I tutored in University of Cincinnati Math Department.
Available:Summer, Fall and Winter 2015, Spring 2016.
Courses taken:All Math courses till graduate level.
Experience:I have tutored Calculus for 2 quarters and Linear Algebra and Trigonometry for 1 quarter at Univ. of Cincinnati. I also have 6 quarters of experience as a TA for Mechanical Engineering courses at both UC Davis and University of Cincinnati.
Additional:Willing to tutor Jr. High and High School Students. Please contact me by email if you are interested.
Offered:MAT 16ABC, 17ABC, 21ABC, 22B, AP Calc, high school topics
Available:Ongoing (all terms including summer)
Courses taken:MAT 21ABCD, 22AB, 25, 108, 118A, 119AB, 125AB, 135A, 147, 150AB, 185A
Experience:I have been tutor since high school. In undergrad I worked in two tutoring centers servicing community college and university students in classes from pre-algebra up through real analysis and modern algebra. I was a TA for six sections of calculus as a senior (equivalent to 21AB). Since coming to Davis I have been the TA for various classes in the 16, 17 and 21 series. I taught 16B both over the summer and in the fall of 2015. I make worksheets for students to use as study purposes (free on my website).
Additional:I am open to tutoring anything that I have taken or know (elementary school through upper division). Some mathematicians are research focused, however I am teaching focused and spend way too much time thinking about the best way to present math. For more information about me, check out my website:
Offered:High school algebra
Available:Fall 2016
Courses taken:MAT17A,B
Experience:I have tutored Chinese for a year, and tutored math in Chinese high school for a year. Also tutored American high school student for a quarter in my community.
Additional:Willing to tutor in acknowledge in MAT 16A and B, cause I had both A+ for grades. I'm good in this area.
Courses taken:All undergraduate math courses
Experience:I have tutored and taught high-school level mathematics in Russia for two years. I've been working as a TA for calculus classes for two years and have been an Instructor for calculus classes for two quarters.
Additional:Undergrad students are welcome. I have a lot of experience in tutoring and teaching calculus classes and I have very good knowledge of other areas of mathematics including combinatorics, linear algebra, real analysis, complex analysis, probability theory and differential equations. Willing to tutor any undergraduate math course.
Parkhurst, JakeSenior3.74510-283-1751jparkhurst@ucdavis.edi25$/hour, first hour free, 30$+ for off campus locations
Offered:High School Math and Physics MAT: 21 ABCD, 22 AB PHY: 9 ABCD ECS: 10 ENG: 6, 35, 104 Various upper division math and engineering courses on a case by case basis. Additionally, I can teach 3D modeling and Arduino micro controller programming.
Courses taken:MAT: 21 CD, 22 AB, 25, 108, 115 AB, 125 AB, 129, 135, 145, 150 ABC PHY: 09H ABCDE ENG: 6, 35, 45, 100, 102, 103, 104, 105, 111 EME: 4, 106, 109, 115, 150 AB, 152, 163, 165, 172, 185 AB
Experience:I have been tutoring professionally for 2 years, but I have been helping teach fellow classmates math and physics concepts since middle school. I also have over 3 years of experience as a camp counselor, which has given me plenty of practice both in working with kids and young adults as well as in reading signs for when a break is needed or if there is misunderstanding. My teaching philosophy is centered around the Socratic method of asking guiding questions to help the student figure the answer out on their own. Understanding which questions to ask when solving a problem is key to correctly applying the right formulas and techniques. In addition to teach problem solving skills, I do my best to share my passion for math. Sure, math is an extremely useful tool in many aspects of life, but it is also very beautiful by itself. I point out that beauty whenever I can in order to engage curiosity because it is much easier to learn about something that is both useful and interesting.
Additional:I tutor middle school through college lever math. My preferred method of contact is email, but if you are trying to set up a last minute meeting, you can text me. My preferred contact is
Parmar, KrishenGrad3.80(916)$25/hr
Offered:MAT 12, 16ABC, 17ABC, 21ABC, 22A
Courses taken:MAT 21ABCD, 22AB, 118A, 119AB, 145, 167
Experience:I have tutored math for 5 years, starting in high school. I have always received positive feedback for my tutoring because I adapt my tutoring style to students' learning style.
Additional:Prefer tutoring college students in MAT 12 and 16, 17, or 21 series. Prefer contact by email.
Courses taken:Calculus of one and many variables, Honors Differential Equations, Honors Linear Algebra, Modern Geometry, and informal auditing of MAT 125AB (Real Analysis quarters 2 and 3 of 3), and MAT 150A (Modern Algebra quarter 1 of 3)
Additional:Willing to tutor students of any age in all middle/high school subjects, single or multi-variable calculus, or linear algebra. I am a physics graduate student and a recent graduate of Boston University with a degree in Physics with Honors. I care deeply about communicating concepts in mathematics on an intuitive level and will help you see the forest for the trees in an enjoyable way. Email, call, or text!
Offered:I've tutored informally for every math course I've taken.
Courses taken:MAT00B, MAT00C, MAT12, MAT16ABC, MAT17ABC, MAT21ABCD, MAT 22A, MAT 25, MAT67, MAT108, MAT125ABC, MAT147, MAT150ABC
Experience:-Tutored for Calc AB/BC during high school -Informally tutored for every class listed above during college -TA for MAT17A, MAT21ABCD, and MAT108 -Taught MAT00C, MAT16A, MAT17A, and MAT25
Additional:I am a third year Ph.D student in the mathematics department of UC Davis. The GPA is my mathematics GPA from college in 2013 (which is more relevant that my graduate GPA). I believe that a successful tutoring session includes: (1) Evaluating the student to check what exactly s/he understands and his/her gaps, (2) Presenting all relevant information (e.g. relevant definitions, theorems) that the student may be missing (3) Trying to build intuition, usually through geometric/visual means or by example (4) Going through many different types of examples and explicitly showing where relevant information and intuition is used. I'm organized, patient, and friendly. I've tutored since high school (in 2010), so I've helped almost every type of student. I'm willing to tutor junior high and high school students. I prefer to be contacted by Email.
Courses taken:MAT21ABC got A; MAT21D got B; MAT22A got A-; MAT22B got A+