I have been teaching mathematics almost 3 years. I can tutor any lower division course, including 1,2,3,31,32,33,61, as well as upper division courses 115, 131, 135, 170ABE, 180, 182, 184. I also teach math olympiad in any level for high school and middle school students, including AMC8/10/12 or AIME. You can refer to my website and CV for my previous experiences. If you want mentoring and private tutoring for your child contact me via email. Meeting on campus or in Westwood is preferred.
I have 4 years of experience teaching and tutoring students in mathematics. I'm excited to tutor students in lower division math courses as well as the 115 and 131 sequences.
I have been tutoring and teaching at the undergraduate, high school, and middle school level since 2013. Right now, I'm particularly eager to help with Math 3, 31A, 31B, 32A, 32B, and 33A here at UCLA. I prefer to meet at UCLA or in Westwood. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
I have been tutoring math for 6 years, including as an undergrad at Harvard University where I received the Derek Bok teaching award. I'm happy to tutor all high school math (including SAT prep) and most undergraduate math, including the lower division courses (1,31,32,33) and any upper division course in algebra or topology/geometry. I can meet anywhere in the Westwood or Santa Monica area. Please contact me via phone or email as listed on my website.
I am an experienced tutor with over 5 years of experience. I have first hand experience and am very familiar with undergraduate Math and PIC classes offered at UCLA. I really enjoy tutoring and would be happy to help! Please reach out to me via email at email@example.com.
I have been tutoring and teaching college mathematics for four years, including as an undergrad at the University of Pennsylvania where I received a Good Teaching Award. I?m willing and able to provide tutoring in most undergraduate mathematics courses, including lower division pre-calculus, calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations as well as upper division analysis, algebra, and topology. I can meet either on UCLA?s campus or around Westwood. Please feel free to contact me via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have been tutoring and teaching Mathematics since High School. I am currently a Teaching Assistant at UCLA, and I am a leader for the Los Angeles Math Circle. I have experience tutoring Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalculus, and AB/BC Calculus at the High School level, and I have taught Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math as a graduate student. I am also excited to tutor for upper division courses such as Math 110 or 115. I prefer to meet on UCLA campus or in Westwood. Please contact me at email@example.com.
My collegiate tutoring experience began 7 years ago. In that time, I worked as a tutor for my university's Teaching Learning Center along with for its Math Department and its Physics Department. I have since been a Teaching Assistant (TA) at UCLA. I tutor nearly all standard high school and undergraduate math courses, including algebra, geometry, calculus, linear algebra, analysis, optimization, and differential equations (e.g., 1, 3ABC, 31AB, 32AB, 33AB, 115, 131AB, 135, 136, 164). I can tutor in Westwood, Bel Air, Brentwood, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and the surrounding area. Please see my website for official teaching evaluations by former students and reach me via firstname.lastname@example.org.
I've been teaching mathematics for over 4 years. I am happy to tutor any lower division and most upper division courses including but not limited to 110ABC, 115AB, 131ABC, 132, 135, 170A/E (including the honors). I am also available to teach mathematics at high school or AP level. Due to the pandemic, the instruction will be over Zoom. Please contact me at email@example.com.
I have over a decade experience and have received multiple awards for teaching and tutoring. I currently tutor the following lower division courses: Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Ordinary Differential Equations (UCLA equivalent courses are Math 1, 3, 31, 32, 33). Please note that I only meet on UCLA campus. Please contact me at vtkala(at)math.ucla.edu for further information.
I am an experienced tutor that has been tutoring and teaching math and related classes for over six years with over 250 hours of tutoring experience. I love teaching math and want to make sure my students learn the material well. I can meet on UCLA's campus or via zoom. College classes preferred. Please reach out to me via email for more details or to inquire if I tutor a specific course. You can also find more information on my website: https://www.math.ucla.edu/~harriskhan/
I am currently available for tutoring on UCLA campus. If you are interested in previous courses I taught as a TA, please check out my teaching page on my website. I offer tutoring in following topics. High School Mathematics: Algebra 1,2, Precalculus, Geometry and Calculus High School physics, AP physics. Lower division Mathematics: Single variable and multivariable calculus, Linear Algebra and Differential Equation. (3, 31, 33 courses in UCLA) Lower division statistics class. Upper division Mathematics: Real and complex analysis(including honors), and applied math courses. (115,131,132,142,146,164,170 series in UCLA)
I have 8 years of tutoring experience. I am available for any high school math and lower-division college-level math such as Math 1, 3, 31, 32, 33 and other courses by inquiry. I prefer to meet on campus during weekdays. Locations can be more flexible during weekends. Please send me an email if you have more questions! More details can be found on my website.
I've been teaching mathematics for over four years, in particular having worked at a counselor at the PROMYS program for high schoolers every summer for the past four years. I'm willing to tutor undergrad math (in particular any pure math courses at UCLA, whether it be lower division, upper division, or an intro grad class), high school math (including basic competition math like AMC/AIME, and SAT prep), as well as proof-writing/mathematical reasoning at any level/age. I would prefer to meet in UCLA, Westwood, Sawtelle, or virtually.
I am a teaching assistant at UCLA math department. I tutor middle and high school math. I also tutor undergraduate math: 3ABC, 33AB,115AB, 151AB, and 134. I prefer to meet on UCLA campus. Please contact me at xli51[at]ucla[dot]edu.
Need help with math courses? I enjoy teaching and am glad to help! I have been a math tutor since undergraduate and a graduate TA since 2017. I am happy to teach calculus, linear algebra, abstract algebra, real analysis, and number theory (like Math 31, 32, 33, 110, 115, 131, or honor series in UCLA). Also I am good at math part of the GRE and GRE math subject test. Having been teaching for years, I have collected many past exams or homework problems that can be provided when you are preparing for tests. Meeting on UCLA campus and using Zoom are both welcomed. If you are interested, please feel free to send me an email to "firstname.lastname@example.org" for tutor rates and schedule.
I have been working as a tutor and a TA since 2014. I also worked as an instructor in the LA Math Circle for several years. I specialize in probability, statistics, and financial/actuarial math, but I am happy to tutor any lower division course and most upper division courses in analysis. I will also consider requests for high school students or younger. I am located in the Pico-Robertson/Beverlywood area and I am also able to meet on or near the UCLA campus or on Zoom. Email: email@example.com
I can tutor any middle school, high school or lower division class, as well as many upper division classes e.g. linear algebra, abstract algebra, topology, logic and set theory, and analysis. I prefer to meet in the UCLA/Westwood area or surrounding areas
I have been a tutor for mathematics and science (STEM) subjects for 7+ years, with 4+ years in Los Angeles. The majority of my students are in high school, although I am also open to tutoring college and middle school level students. The most frequent subjects I've taught are pre-algebra, algebra 1 and 2, geometry, pre-calculus, AP calculus, AP statistics, AP physics, and SAT/ACT mathematics. I tutor both out of UCLA and am perfectly happy driving within the nearby surrounding area (Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Culver, Palms, Westwood, Santa Monica, Palisades, etc.). For more about myself, my services, or my research experience, please see the listed webpage. For questions, availability, and rates, please contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or text/call the phone number listed. In addition to tutoring, I offer college consulting/guidance services particularly for high school students interested in STEM majors and Ivy league track students
I have always enjoyed tutoring others in math, whether it is from simple topics to more complicated ones. I have tutored or taught different subjects over the past 8 years. In high school I started tutoring calculus and precalculus, and during my undergrad I TA?d various courses. While here at UCLA, I have tutored and TA?d for different classes, though I have special experience with the MATH 3 series. Contact me at email@example.com to see how I can help!
I am an experienced tutor with 4 years of experience as a TA at both UCLA and UCSD. I?m available to tutor high school and college math, including any lower division math course (Math 3A-3C, 31A,31B, 32-b, 33A, 61). I can also help with the following upper division courses: Math 110A-C, 111, 115A-B). I love teaching and am very enthusiastic about the material. Feel free to contact by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or text me at (650) 815-6857.
I tailor tutoring to the student and believe in providing an encouraging environment for mathematical growth. I am willing to tutor any lower division or pure math course offered at UCLA as well as any high school course and have several years of experience at each of these levels. I prefer meeting in Westwood but location is negotiable. To contact me, please use my e-mail address email@example.com.
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I believe in teaching math to instill a deeper understanding of the subject matter. I have several years of tutoring experience and have been a teaching assistant at UCLA for the past year. I can tutor in both high school and college math including AP Calculus, IB Math, and UCLA courses Math 3A, 3B, 3C, 31A, 31B, 33A, 61, 115A and 115B, among others. Because of the pandemic, the meeting will be over Zoom. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have six years of experience tutoring college-level mathematics and am very passionate about teaching. I am available as a private tutor for any lower-division UCLA math course as well as some upper-division courses. Meeting on campus or in Westwood is preferred. Please send inquiries to email@example.com.
I'm available to tutor math at all levels from middle school through undergraduate, including SAT/ACT prep. I've been TA-ing for over two years, giving me familiarity with many of the undergraduate courses offered at UCLA; you can find my complete teaching history on my website. I'm a patient explainer and really enjoy helping people learn math! If that sounds like what you're looking for, please shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have been tutoring mathematics for many years, mostly calculus. I am available for tutoring in high school level courses, most lower division courses, including Math 3, 31, and 32, as well as SAT prep. Please contact me by email at email@example.com.
At UCLA I have been a TA for 31AL, 32A, 32B, 170A, and 132 (you can find more details on my website, below). I've also previously tutored high school math. I can tutor most lower-division courses (e.g. 3/31AB/32AB) and some upper-division courses as well (my background is in analysis). I prefer meeting on campus. email: bertrand.stone math.ucla.edu website: https://bertrandstone.com/ta
I am open to tutoring all lower division math courses, ranging from precalculus to linear algebra and differential equations. In addition I would be happy to help with virtually any analysis course, including both real and complex analysis. I have years of tutoring experience starting in highschool and continuing to college where I worked at the math support center for Cornell University for 3 years.
I have 5 years of TA/tutoring experience with a focus on lower division Calculus (31 and 32 UCLA sequence) and Linear Algebra (33A, 115A/B) courses. I also have experience teaching courses on Discrete Math, Algebra and Analysis (61,110,131). I enjoy teaching and seeing my students succeed. If you?re interested in my help, or have any questions, feel free to drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am an experienced tutor of five years. I am comfortable tutoring any middle school, high school, or lower division college math. I am also happy to tutor for upper division courses including 115, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 167 and others. Location is flexible. Please email me at email@example.com for rates and availability.
I am a teaching assistant and graduate student at UCLA with over a decade of tutoring experience. I always focus my teaching on the real world applications of whichever concept is at hand. Additionally, I got my undergraduate education at UCLA, so I have personal experience taking Math 31B-33B, as well as a majority of the upper-division applied math courses at UCLA. I am available to tutor Math 3, 31, 32, 33, and most applied mathematics upper division courses. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
I have 2 years of tutoring experience and I tutor only on UCLA campus. Recommended subject areas are linear algebra (33A, 115AB), applied math courses (142, 146, 151A, 151B), and machine learning related courses (156, 164, 168) and PIC courses (PIC 10ABC, 16, 60). I am also available to tutor a lot of other courses in mathematics and statistics. Feel free to email me at: email@example.com.
I am available to tutor college level math for UCLA students. I can tutor all lower division math classes, including the 3, 31, 32, 33 series. I have a lot of experience teaching lower division classes, especially the 3 and 32 series, so I know where students have difficulty and what types of questions often show up on exams. I can also tutor upper division abstract algebra and analysis courses, including 110, 115, 131, and 132. I prefer to meet on campus, but I can meet within driving distance. Contact me by email at maxzhou [at] math [dot] ucla [dot] edu.