$30/hour

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“**Wonderful!**”

Howdy! My name's Austin, and I'm currently in my second semester of college. I am studying to become a theoretical physicist, and thus en route to obtaining a PhD in physics, along with either a Master's or PhD in mathematics and a Minor in Spanish. I have an insatiable appetite for knowledge, which is likely why the fields of maths and physics

*Single or only a few lessons will cost around $30 per hour, but plans for continuing lessons will cause the cost to be lowered to $25.*

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Austin is very kind and is able to break difficult topics into manageable chunks that make it much easier to understand. I highly recommend him for anyone struggling with anything from the fundamentals of a concept to more difficult problems and ideas.

Austin was ready at the first meeting to tutor my son in calculus and provided clear and patient instruction and help. He even emailed helpful follow-up information after the session as well.

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I took AP Calculus AB my senior year in high school (2014). Since Calculus requires a mastery of all mathematics classes prior to it in order to be an effective mathematician, I am qualified to tutor in Algebra 1.

I took AP Calculus AB my senior year in high school (2014). Since Calculus requires a mastery of all mathematics classes prior to it in order to be an effective mathematician, I am qualified to tutor in Algebra 2.

I took AP Calculus AB my senior year in high school (2014) and received a 5 on the AP Calculus AB exam. I tutored several other students in the class with great success. I just completed a course on Calculus 2 and am going to be starting Calculus 3 soon. I am qualified to tutor in Calculus because I have mastered Calculus 1 and Calculus 2.

Since I am currently in Calculus 3 and passed the previous two Calculus classes with flying colors, I can prove that my proficiency in somewhat complex maths is quite high. In order for this to happen, I have to have mastered the basics of mathematics. That being said, Pre-Algebra is the basics of the rules of math, so I am very well-qualified to tutor Pre-Algebra.

Calculus requires a mastery of all levels of mathematics up to it, and because I am about to begin Calculus 3, I have the aforementioned level of mastery, and am qualified to tutor Precalculus.

Mathematics is retroactive, or cumulative, meaning that as you proceed from Algebra I to Geometry, Geometry to Algebra II, Algebra II to Pre-Calculus, etc., a powerful control over the topics covered in the years before is required. I love mathematics and am in Calculus 3 at the moment. I received a 5 on the AP Calculus AB exam, so I feel incredibly comfortable with all of the material covered in Trigonometry. As a result, I am very well-qualified to tutor Trigonometry.

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Well-qualified Math tutor up to Calculus 2