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Zurich Calculus Tutor

Calculus, whether AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC,, or Calculus I, II, or III in college, can be a difficult subject.

A student studying calculus will have to master derivatives, limits, and integrations, all subjects that look unintuitive at first glance. Fortunately, calculus does not have to be unintuitive. A proper teacher can show a student how real-world examples and simple logics leads to the fundamentals of calculus. The result? Better grades, and no more rote memorization of formulae.

Most high school teachers and college professors teach calculus as a collection of unrelated concepts and arcane formulae. This is the approach I avoid. Calculus, in my view, starts with understanding the real-world issues that mathematicians were trying to solve, explain, and predict. Then, calculus is about the logic mathematicians used to create the theorems and techniques of calculus.. Last, it’s about the shortcuts mathematicians, scientists, and engineers use today to easily use calculus in their work.
When calculus is taught through this 3 step process, it becomes comprehensible, intuitive, and interesting! I aim to teach calculus not as an incomprehensible series of rituals, but as a very human endeavour of understanding and explaining the natural world. As a result, my students learn to appreciate the beauty of calculus, and their grades reflect this as well.

1. A thorough study plan, updated weekly
2. A copy of my book: Einstein’s Guide to Calculus
3. Unlimited email support
4. Structured, helpful tutoring lessons

I graduated from ETH Zurich in 1900 with perfect grades in calculus, and got my PhD from the University of Zurich in 1905. After many groundbreaking physics papers, I received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921. Afterwards, I decided to devote myself to Zurich GRE prep. I look forward to hearing from you soon!


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