Calculus Tutor NYC


We love math and everything about it! Schedule a session with a math expert tutor in NYC, Brooklyn, Queens and online. Our tutors have taken the most advanced math courses and are able to explain complicated concepts in simple steps.

We would love to help you ace your tests and classes.


We tutor: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre Calculus, Calculus I, II & III, Linear Algebra and Probability, SAT Math, Ap Calculus and any other math classes.

Calculus Tutor in NYC, Brooklyn , Queens, and online

Taro - Math Expert

Background: Taro graduated from Brown University with a bachelors of science degree in mathematics. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in mathematics at CCNY. Taro scored 800 Math II SAT 2, 36 ACT Math, 33 ACT (Overall)

Subjects:  SAT, SAT Math, AP Calculus, Elementary School Math, Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra, Pre Calculus, Calculus I, II and III, Linear Algebra, Probability and any other math class.

Tutoring  Approach: I believe that learning is an extremely individual process, and my job as a tutor is to recognize the different ways that students learn. This way, I can fully immerse students in the learning process. Mathematics in particular can be a daunting subject for many students, but with humor and a willingness to engage students where they are at rather than where I want them to be, I hope that I can make math fun.

I love tutoring because I can share the process of learning. Learning is one of the most important things to me, and being able to learn from and with students is a powerful experience for me. I strive for the aha moments that students get when something finally clicks in their head.

Vivienne- Math/Science Wiz

Background: I graduated from Hunter College with a GPA of 3.71 with a chemistry major and biology minor. In April 2017, I scored 97th percentile on the Chemistry and Physics section on the MCAT. Currently, I'm applying for medical school, in which I have been invited for interview at Albert Einstein Medical College, and SUNY Downstate, etc.

Subjects:   General Biology, Neurobiology, General Chemistry, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Calculus, and College-level Math. 

Approach: In my tutoring sessions, I use many real-life analogies of complex concepts to help students. I also present multiple approaches for a single question to fit different student needs.

AP Calculus AB and BC Topics

  • Limits and continuity

  • Differentiation: definition and fundamental properties

  • Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions

  • Contextual applications of differentiation

  • Analytical applications of differentiation

  • Integration and accumulation of charge

  • Differential equations

  • Applications of integration

  • Parametric equations, polar coordinates and vector valued function (only BC)

  • Infinite sequences and series (only BC)

Michael- Columbia University 4.0 GPA Math/Science passionato

Background: Michael is a senior at Columbia University studying Biomedical Engineering. 
Subjects:   Organic Chemistry, General Chemistry, Biology, Physics, MCAT


I believe that students require a conceptual understanding of material to succeed. I challenge students to explain concepts to me and to justify their answers as best they can in order to develop a thorough understanding of the concepts put forth, as opposed to simply reciting facts. I also challenge students to apply overarching concepts to new situations.

            I also believe that a genuine interest in the material has a significant impact on performance. I work with students in a way that sparks curiosity, enjoyment and engagement, thereby opening their minds to the material. This also fosters the motivation necessary to practice the material and develop their understanding.


I scored a 521 on the MCAT (99thpercentile, 131, 127, 131, 132). I scored an 800 on Chemistry and Math II SAT Subject Tests, and a 760 on Biology SAT Subject Test. I scored a 5 on AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics and AP Calculus BC.

Why do you love tutoring? 

I find it incredibly gratifying to help my peers grasp material they struggle with. The experience of watching my peers succeed because of my contribution is a very rewarding one. I hope that sharing my enthusiasm for science can help make the experience of taking a science course more enjoyable and productive for students.