I’m Mike, a math major at UMass Lowell in my senior year. I have an exceptional understanding of everything Calculus related, and I want to help you get there too!
I’m twenty-one years old, and from southern New Hampshire. I really enjoy math and always have. I grew up with my parents constantly quizzing me every time we were in the car. They made it a game for me, and I’ve loved it ever since. Throughout my education, I have always helped my peers with math; it comes naturally to me. I do my best to present information in a relatable way, and I try to show that in all of my lessons and tutoring.
I worked at Nashua Community College’s tutoring center during my freshman year, even tutoring for the classes I was currently taking. I then became a private tutor and have been doing this for three years. Since June 2012, I’ve also been an undergraduate researcher at my university’s robotics lab, working mostly with haptics, path planning, and, most recently, person tracking and following.
I like helping people and seeing them improve. That’s why I made CalculusTricks.com. I hope for this to be a great resource for anyone at any point in their learning process. I’m very open to feedback, so please email me at email@example.com.
To see what’s coming up, visit http://calculustricks.com/messages/coming-soon/. If you have any questions not answered by my website or that you are still confused about, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a message via the contact page. I can explain any concept from Calculus I – Calculus III that you might be having trouble with.