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118 Baltimore Calculus Tutors

118 Baltimore Private Calculus Tutors / Find the best calculus tutor in Baltimore

Peter N.
45/hour
5.0 (165)
818+ Hours

Baltimore, MD

Effective, Engaging Tutor: LSAT, ACT, SAT, math & more!

45/hour

...I've taken the full college calculus sequence, and I have several years' experience teaching high school along with extensive tutoring of students in both flavors of AP Calculus (AB and BC).... read more

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Doug H.
50/hour
5.0 (358)
772+ Hours

Ellicott City, MD

Math, Physics and Computer Science tutoring by Stanford grad

50/hour

...Calculus is one of the most popular choices for my students, particularly AP AB and honors calculus involving the mathematics of the infinitesimal: limits, derivatives, integrals, and related topics like... read more

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Leah C.
45/hour
5.0 (302)
1038+ Hours

Columbia, MD

Experienced Tutor Specializing in Higher Level Math ($35 - $65/hr)

45/hour

...I majored in Engineering in college, so Calculus was something I used on a daily basis for 4 years. Since college I have tutored both high school and college students in Calculus to keep my skills fresh.... read more

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Miriam S.
60/hour
5.0 (40)
83+ Hours

Nottingham, MD

Experienced Teacher of German and Math: Pre-Algebra through Calculus

60/hour

...I have 3 years of experience teaching AP Calculus AB. I can tutor you to be more successful in your high school calculus class or just help you review for the AP Calculus AB exam.... read more

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Joe P.
60/hour
5.0 (294)
858+ Hours

Severna Park, MD

Experienced Calculus Instructor

60/hour

...Precalculus, Calculus I, and Calculus II. I continue to teach one section of Supplemental Instruction for Calculus I at the Naval Academy, a non-graded voluntary course for those who wish additional help... read more

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I have tutored calculus to high school students for the past 4 years. I scored a 5 on the BC Calculus exam, had got an A in calculus 3 in college.
Kevin C.
I have a strong background in Calculus due to the extensive use in my Engineering undergraduate and a lot when teaching Physics. As part of my Mathematics degree I took two additional courses that went into the concepts behind calculus and proving each of the theorems. This has given me a strong understanding of the material and allowed me to explain each of the concepts to students in multiple ways. Calculus is a common subject I have encountered while working in tutoring centers and tutoring privately over the years. I really enjoy Calculus and would be glad to help you better understand the material!
Daniel T.
As a student, I received excellent grades in Calculus and differential equations in college, and as an electrical engineer, I have had years of experience applying those concepts. I am able to teach difficult math concepts by relating them to everyday concepts with which the student is familiar. Whether you need help to keep up with your class, prepare for an upcoming test, or qualify for AP credit, I can help you reach your goal.I have experience teaching Calculus to high school students, college students, and to students who need to complete math courses to qualify for graduate and business programs.
Isaac C.
I have taught Calculus in several major universities where I live.
John B.
I have not only taken the standard 1 year course in calculus, but I have also taken multivariate calculus and differential equations which uses calculus extensively.
Elijah C.
I helped many students with some of the hardest topics such as the manipulation of the double and triple integral to polar, Cylindrical and Spherical coordinates and their application to find the surface of Area and the second moment (moment of Inertia).
Mahamadou D.
I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics, and I have also taken additional calculus classes beyond what was required for the math major. I enjoy calculus very much and even prepared a helpful handout for my high school calculus class. The teacher was thrilled with it, and I was awarded a Distinguished Citizenship Award by the high school principle for my efforts. In all of the calculus classes I have been in, I was a go-to person for other students seeking help; I used to make extra trips to our college computer lab to hep other students with homework, and they indicated that I was of great help to them. I also scored a 4 (exceptional) on the Calculus ACT exam.
Timothy B.
I took this course in college and I received an A as well. Since then I have taken up to calculus 3. So I have a quite in depth understanding of the fundamentals and the application of calculus. I have also tutored this course to multiple of my peers and anyone who looks for hep. I have just finished my minor in applied mathematics.
Jose O.
Calculus seems very intimidating to first time students and having tutored several other students and several other peers, I feel more than confident. Calculus will focus on limits and derivatives practically. It's a heavily example based class and there are a lot of examples to choose from. I really enjoy explaining the topic first, then having you do an example, see where you have questions, explain once more, and then you'll definitely get the hang of it. I certainly intend to answer every single question because there will be a lot of iffy concepts and that's why I'm here.
Caelon B.
As am electrical engineering major calculus was critical. We went beyond calculus and into differential equations and applications. But what makes me a good tutor on the subject is my ability to break it down into simple words when needed and challenge the learn the other times. I have served as a calculus coach at the high school level and have tutored many calculus courses including calculus I, II, III and business calc.
Gil C.

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I am looking for tutoring for my High School Senior for his calculus class. We are looking for someone twice a week for a while and maybe back off to one week when he gets up to speed.
Bonnie M.
I need help with my calculus 3 homework. I am working with triple integrals to find center of mass, midpoint approximation, and volume.
NOthingmp i.
My son is a student at Southern Methodist University and is taking calculus 2. He needs a tutor knowledgeable about calculus and trig in the vicinity of SMU / university park.
Mike V.
I am a high school student looking for tutoring in calculus before I go to college.
Akash S.
I am a high school student, a senior. I am taking the AP Calculus test soon and I need a tutor who can help.
Celine D.

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