# Calculus 1 Tutors in St. Louis, MO

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Loyola University-Chicago - Bachelors, Economics & Statistics

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I am currently working towards a bachelor's degree in economics, with a statistics minor . I am confident in my tutoring abilities for any level of math through calculus 1 and statistics through AP level . In addition, I tutor several other subjects like economics, business,...

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University of Missouri-St Louis - BA, Mathematics

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When they understand their own learning style, they are then better equipped to identify issues and ways to solve those issues . When I am not tutoring, I can be found with my eyes glued to a good book or exercising while biking around the city .? ACT Math, Algebra, Algebra...

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Fordham University - BS, Physics , Washington University, St. Louis - PhD, Physics

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I am now back in school at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, pursuing my Doctorate in Physics . Physics and Math are my passions and I truly enjoy?teaching both subjects . I think an effective teacher has to understand his pupil?and, instead of reciting the...

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Creighton University - BA, Philosophy , Saint Louis University - MPH, Public Health

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I have experience working with students both individually and in group settings . It is my belief that open communication between teacher and student, as is found in the works of Plato, is an extremely effective method of teaching . While that method may sound heavy and...

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University of Illinois - BS, Computer Science

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I have had the privilege of teaching a range of subjects, including algebra 1, algebra 2, physics, computer science, ?trigonometry, elementary math, middle school math, pre-calculus, calculus 1, and competition math . I have experience helping students with standardized...

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Florida Atlantic University - Bachelors, Physics

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degree in Physics.In my free time, I love to travel, hike, and camp with my family . When I want to relax, I like to read or play chess. ACT Math, Algebra, Algebra 2, Algebra 3/4, AP Calculus AB, AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2, Arithmetic, Calculus, Chemistry, College Algebra,...

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Saint Louis University - BA, Biochemistry

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I enjoy Biochemistry due to the fascinating nature of chemical reactions and how they affect as well as create all forms of life . ? I was on the Pre-Med track in college, and I am now in the process of applying to and attending interviews for MD as well as PhD programs. I...

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University of Alaska Anchorage - BS, Natural Science and Psychology

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I offer test prep in MCAT Physical Sciences, Verbal Reasoning, and Social and Behavior Sciences.I am a graduate of the University of Alaska, Anchorage, where I earned dual degrees in Natural Science and Psychology, with minors in Mathematics, Communications, and Chemistry .?...

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Washington University in St Louis - Current Undergrad, Psychology

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This allows the student to get the most that they can out of our time together . I also believe that education should be fun . When someone is interested in what they're learning about, they are more likely to maintain an interest in the tutoring session . That's why I...

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Washington University in St. Louis - BA, Chemistry: Biochemistry Concentration

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exams, and ACTs . In my free time, I like to cook, bake, play tennis, and run. ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Science, ACT Writing, Algebra, Algebra 2, AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, Arithmetic, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, General Biology, General Chemistry, Geometry, Math, Middle...

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University of Michigan - BS, Aerospace Engineering , Missouri University of Science and Technology - MS, Aerospace Engineering

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I can help you better learn a variety of subjects . I can also help students focus on SAT and ACT preparation, as well as prepare for other exams. Let's reach your educational goals together. ACT Math, ACT Science, Aerospace Engineering, Algebra, Algebra 2, Algebra 3/4, AP...

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Washington University in St. Louis - Bachelors, Environmental Earth Sciences

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My tutoring career started as a camp counselor, when I taught students at a nature preserve . While I attended college, I helped fellow students with homework and research projects, and worked as a teaching assistant for a Geology class . Most recently, I finished a year of...

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Saint Louis University-Main Campus - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics , Webster University - Master of Arts, Mathematics

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I later received my master's degree in mathematics for educators from Webster University in 2014 . I have lots of experience instructing all things?mathematics, including pre-algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, elementary math, middle school math, arithmetic, pre-calculus,...

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Washington University in St Louis - B.S., Mathematics

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Since 2012, I have worked at a St. Louis-area shelter, and in a community garden . I also assist with running a neighborhood bicycle repair program . These commitments keep me occupied, but when I do have time on my hands I enjoy reading, traveling, and hiking . I've always...

## Calculus 1 Tutoring in St. Louis, MO

UniversityTutor is an excellent resource available to students who are looking to connect with calculus tutors in St. Louis. Calculus is the study of how things change. It provides a way of constructing qualitative models of change and deducing their consequences. The concepts encountered when studying calculus can be complex and often difficult. If you are thinking about enlisting help as you review for your calculus coursework, you might consider private instruction as a solution. Below you will find answers to some of our most commonly received questions.

## What is a calculus tutor?

When a student encounters difficulty in one of their classes, their first thought is often to see the instructor of the course. This can be an effective strategy for sure. Teachers at high schools and universities like St. Louis University High School and the University of Missouri-St. Louis are devoted educators who want to see their students succeed. But they also have a lot of other commitments outside the classroom and a lot of students who are also seeking their help. It isn't always easy to get the level of attention you are looking for in the time they have available.

Calculus tutors in St. Louis are private educators who can provide a valuable supplement to the learning you are engaged in during your calculus classes. Because your calculus mentor is not bound by the class schedule, they have more freedom to decide what material you will focus on, and what material you can skip. If you already have a strong grasp of limits and continuity, your learning coach can go over that material quickly. This can free up time that you can devote to subjects that you are having a little more trouble with, like improper intervals or the reverse power rule.

## What is the best St. Louis calculus tutoring?

Every student is different and comes to their sessions with a unique combination of learning strengths and learning needs. The best tutoring can recognize that and be responsive to each student's individual skill set. One way that tutoring can be responsive is by taking into account your preferred learning style. Let's say you are a student who responds well to visual instruction. Your private calculus instructor can use color-coding to show how vector value functions can translate from formula to graph. If you are more of a hands-on learner, a math mentor can take you through practice problems to strengthen your skills at solving parametric equations or analyzing functions. For auditory learners, sessions can be more conversational, with a lot of back-and-forth about concepts like infinite limits or different types of discontinuities.

It seems like these days there are more ways than ever to get sidetracked from our studies, no matter how important it may be to review the material for class. Working with a private calculus instructor gives you an opportunity to study in a distraction-free setting where the sole focus can be on your coursework. Your mentor can also keep you on task by setting up a succession of attainable goals so that your time can be used in a more productive way.

As you progress through your calculus studies you will find that new material that gets introduced often builds on information that was covered in a previous unit, or even a previous class. In some ways, it can be helpful to move in graduated steps like that. It can also cause problems when you need to build upon something you didn't quite get fully, or the teacher in your last class didn't fully cover. What's more, it can be hard for a student to recognize that their problems are the result of a prior misconception. Because of their background, a private instructor can realize that your struggles with differential equations come from something you missed when the class was covering the fundamental theorem of calculus. They can also go back with you and fill in that gap so you are ready to tackle those exponential models and logistical models.

As you work with your calculus learning coach over time, you may notice that a rapport develops. This can be another benefit of private instruction. As your tutor gets to know you and learn a few things about you, they can use that knowledge to make the course material relatable. For instance, if you have an interest in astrophysics, your mentor can show you how skills from calculus like sketching curves can aid you in understanding the mechanics of planetary bodies in motion.

## How can I find a St. Louis calculus tutor near me?

When you decide you are ready to take advantage of the benefits of private instruction, your next step will be to find a tutor who has the kind of educational background you are looking for. Here is where UniversityTutor comes in. Our convenient database lets you research tutors ranging from peer mentors to experienced teachers, so finding someone who can meet your needs is a snap.

It will also be important to find someone whose schedule can mesh with yours. Using our database, you can find a tutor who will meet with you at your house in the evenings, if that is your preference. If you want someplace a little more tranquil, you can meet at a local bookstore or library. There are also tutors who can meet remotely, so that is an option as well.

## How much does St. Louis calculus tutoring cost?

The cost of private instruction is going to depend on several factors including your tutor's background, their familiarity with the material, and the subject matter you are interested in studying. Your hourly rate can also be affected by whether or not you are studying as a group, so you might want to invite some friends to join you.

When you sign up you can get more specific pricing information, such as quotes for the services you may be interested in. There are no extra fees or surcharges for connecting with a tutor on UniversityTutor.

## Why is it important to work with a St. Louis calculus tutor near me?

The learning you do in the classroom is going to be essential to your understanding of the concepts introduced in calculus, but if you ever encounter any hurdles along the way, calculus tutors in St. Louis are here to help you get over them. Whether you are a high school student trying to distinguish between the power rule and the quotient rule, or a college student studying planar motion, private instruction can provide you with the kind of responsive environment you are looking for. Sign up today to learn more about how UniversityTutor can help you as you review for your calculus classes!