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Found 156 Calculus tutors in Pittsburgh, PA

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Experienced Math Tutor

I am a certified Mathematics teacher who has taught at a local High school for 15 years. I have also been tutoring students since 2001 from kindergarten through college level! I love to watch the lightbulb go on and focus on conceptual unde... See more

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Annie Chen

1.7 miles away

Carnegie Mellon University Mechanical Engineering Student

I’m currently a Mechanical Engineering student at Carnegie Mellon University and I have years of teaching experience, from schoolwork to martial arts. I was a physics TA last year, and often held cram sessions for students before tests. In

  • ... Carnegie Mellon University
  • subject Calculus + 25 more
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Jia Kim

1.7 miles away

Dental Student and an Experienced Math and Science tutor

Hello, I have been tutoring for over 5 years in math and science, mainly with high school and college students. I've taught and helped in SAT Math IIC, AP Biology and Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and all levels of mathematics. I also was a... See more

  • ... Carnegie Mellon University
  • subject Calculus + 31 more
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All Business: Multi-Subject Tutoring, Including Physics and Writing

To be sufficient in a subject is to be able to perform the problems assigned to you. To be proficient in a subject is to be able to perform any probl... See more

  • ... University of Illinois at Chicag...
  • subject Calculus + 32 more
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Math and science turoring with a focus on test prep.

My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics... See more

  • ... University of Southern Californi...
  • subject Calculus + 53 more
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Why You Need a Calculus Tutor In Pittsburgh

One of the greatest people to come from Pittsburgh was the great Fred Rogers, who was called Mr. Rogers by kids and adults alike. His show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, inspired a generation of kids to believe in themselves and accept each other for the qualities that made them special. He was like a part of the family, even to the people who did not know him for real. Every day, he was broadcast into the homes of many kids who believed in his message. At the end of each show, he signed off with his signature saying, “You’ve made this a special day, by just your being you. There’s no person in the whole world like you; and I like you just the way you are.”

Learning is often a chore, but Mr. Rogers’ personality was what drew viewers in. Many kids hated school but loved Mr. Rogers. With Calculus tutors in Pittsburgh, you want to have an experience that your child enjoys. Part of what makes school difficult is the environment. The general tone in class is order and obedience. Being a teacher, you are sometimes warden as well as the educator. With a home tutor, the environment is much more relaxed.

Instead of feeling the pressure of an authority figure, a Pittsburgh Calculus tutor is more of a friend. Like Mr. Rogers, they feel like someone that could be a part of the family. You do not always have to develop that kind of a relationship with your tutor, but they offer the opportunity to get a little extra care, which is a comforting safety net.

Sometimes, the best tutors are not the ones that teach you the most facts or formulas. In the case of Mr. Rogers, who might have been called an etiquette tutor or social skills tutor, his best lessons came from having someone to look up to. Charles Barkley used to say that he was not a role model, but that’s the Philadelphia way. In Pittsburgh, your math tutor can be a positive role model like Mr. Rogers.

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Lidia Ruiz

4.8 miles away

Master in Physics and Astronomy

I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native lang... See more

  • ... Washington State University
  • subject Calculus + 20 more
  • Very responsive
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Kelly Clark

4 miles away

Princeton Astrophysics Graduate with 5+ years of tutoring experience

Hello!
It’s a pleasure to meet you virtually, and thank you for considering me to help your son or daughter on their path to success. I have more than 5 years of expe... See more

  • ... Princeton University
  • subject Calculus + 18 more
  • Very responsive
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Columbia Engineering Student with 6+ years Experience in STEM Tutoring

Dear Parents and Students,

I’d love to mentor you or your child! With over 6 years experience tutoring math... See more

  • ... Columbia University in the City...
  • subject Calculus + 57 more
  • Very responsive
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UNR Chemistry Major, Math Minor with 2 years tutoring experience

Hi, I'm Shannon! I am currently pursuing a chemistry major at the University of Nevada, Reno. I've enjoyed math and chemistry ever since high school and still do. So far, I have taken general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemist... See more

  • ... University of Nevada - Reno
  • subject Calculus + 2 more
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Farhan Kassam

2.4 miles away

University Undergraduate with 4 months teaching experience in GED

Hi. My name is Farhan. I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia in Canada pursuing a Bachelor of Science. I happen to be very fluent in speaking English and Gujarati and partially fluent in Swahili, Urdu... See more

  • ... University of British Columbia,...
  • subject Calculus + 29 more
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Benefits of Hiring a Calculus Tutor In Pittsburgh

Back before the poop emoji came to life with the voice of Patrick Stewart, emoticons were all the rage. I will admit that I never really learned how to use semicolons, but I still found a way to use them all the time in instant messages as part of a winky face. You may not realize, but Pittsburgh was the home of the first emoticons, as they were developed back in the 1980s on a Carnegie Mellon University computer.

Before Calculus tutoring in Pittsburgh, you make this face: :-(. Once you work with one of our Calculus tutors, you will be making this face: :-). You might even get a little mischievous with one of these: :-p. Just as long as you aren’t doing the one with an eight, a bunch of equals signs, and closed parentheses.

When you work with our Pittsburgh Calculus tutoring, you can go from the simple lessons that look like :) to the complicated ones that look like (^▽^). By the end, you might figure out a full emoticon face, but I’m not that far yet. Need some more tutoring first.