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“**He knows Calculus and the background**”

I am absolutely passionate about mathematics, but it has not always been this way as one might expect. When I was in middle school I hated mathematics and science--I was thoroughly struggling. My rapid turn around occurred when I sought help from a tutor, of whom I owe a lot of what I have become today. She not only helped me succeed in those

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Caleb helped me understand derivatives and when to use them. He is very good at explaining things and helped me work problems. I was very comfortable with him from the start. I think he has a talent to help others because he has struggled in the past also and knows how it feels. A very positive experience!

We found Caleb online through Wyzant after searching for a math tutor for my 10th grade son who is taking pre-calc honors. He had not passed his last quiz and was really struggling. Despite online tutoring from another website, he was still lost. After 2 in person sessions with Caleb, he scored an A on his test!!! Caleb is very patient, takes his time, and he explains concepts that are easy for my son to understand. My son said that he helps him tremendously. We are continuing to utilize Caleb weekly so he does not fall behind. I normally do not write reviews but Caleb is worth taking the time to submit one. We will continue to utilize him for as long as he is available :-) I highly recommend!

Caleb is excellent at explaining difficult material and establishing rapport. My son liked him right away and was able to grasp some difficult Calculus concepts that he had been struggling with.

Caleb was great to work with. He was able to help my 16 year old daughter with short notice and was very accommodating with our schedule.

She was taking an online Intermediate College Algebra course and unfortunately because the lessons were very vague she had been struggling with the class. Needless, to say she was very apprehensive of her final exam as it had a lot of weight of her overall grade.

She said Caleb was very knowledgeable and really knows his math. I'm thrilled to say she passed her final exam with a 97 and she finished the course with a B.

My only regret is that we didn't seek his help earlier. She is taking College Algebra next semester and she has already said she would be happy and is looking forward to working with him again.

Thanks again Caleb!

Caleb your a life saver. I passed my math test with a 88. I never gotten a good grade last semester. You gave me confidences to take my test. Your awesome!

Caleb is a great guy. He is patient and willing to work with you regarding your individual learning style. I can tell he has a passion for mathematics and is very knowledgeable on the subject. My degree rested on passing this math class and along with hard work, Caleb was there across the duration. I'm glad I stopped searching for tutors when I did; this kid will get you where you need to be as long as you have the work ethic. Really great experience overall, definitely recommend him.

Caleb did an outstanding job in assisting our son with precalculus. He has great insight in not only working with the problems in the book but also the more difficult problems found commonly on all types of exams. We look forward to future tutoring sessions with Caleb!

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I received a grade of an A in Algebra I when I first took the class in 9th grade. It is the class I have also tutored the most since almost everyone struggles with it. I can teach all the concepts, and I know how they relate to higher level mathematics.

I have had multiple chances to tutor Algebra II over the last few years. Along with Algebra I, it is the most foundational mathematics there is for secondary and post-secondary mathematics. This makes it extremely important for me to always teach the intuition so that the material is not easily forgotten.

I received an A in my first year programming class covering the C programming language. I have also taken many classes on computing theory and can explain both the computational paradigms and the formal mathematics behind them. This will help in explaining the intuition behind programming in C.

I have been through the complete calculus sequence of Calculus 1, 2, & 3 and passed each with either an A or a B. Since most people struggle with calculus, I have had a lot of experience tutoring calculus over the past couple years!

Discrete mathematics is the concentration of my math degree, and it is really where my passion lies. I have studied basic discrete topics such as: set theory, cominatorics, graph theory, computing theory, and biomathematics. I prefer these topics in mathematics over the continuous side of mathematics such as calculus.

Finite mathematics is essentially discrete mathematics without rigorous proofs. Since the focus of my degree is discrete mathematics, the concepts covered in a finite mathematics class are my specialty. I understand both the subjects and the theory behind the subjects. I have also tutored finite mathematics a hand-full of times both privately and for my university.

I completely understand the concepts in undergraduate linear algebra that include: matrix mathematics, reduced row echelon form through Gaussian elimination, the concept of the determinant of a matrix, subspaces and the idea of a basis, and eigenvalues and eigenvectors and how they relate back to subspaces and the determinant of a matrix. I received a B in my linear algebra course, but I feel like I really learned a lot, and would feel comfortable teaching it. I have never tutored this subject outside of helping other classmates, but I would enjoy to help those who are struggling in the future.

I have taken multiple classes covering logic and introduction to proofs. This knowledge has been further solidified by many more upper level math classes that hinge on the ability to make valid arguments which lead to correct conclusions. I have also had experience tutoring this topic on multiple occasions.

Pre-algebra is where I really began to love mathematics. The first time I saw algebra concepts, I did not get the material, but now mathematics is my passion. Once someone learns the basics, it is really not hard to learn!

I took Precalculus three times; each time I got 98% or higher. Not only have a tutored it before but I know all the tidbits of information that each teacher presented differently. Consequently, there are multiple ways I can teach the subject effectively.

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