University teacher - Tutor for 7 years

About the tutor

Ferdinand is a university mathematics teacher whose name is synonymous with academic excellence and a profound dedication to the advancement of mathematical education. With seven years of experience as a tutor, his expertise has been a guiding light for students navigating the often challenging waters of higher education mathematics.

His journey into the realm of teaching began with a zeal for solving complex mathematical problems and a desire to impart the beauty of mathematics to others. Holding an advanced degree in the subject, his understanding of mathematics is both deep and broad, encompassing everything from abstract algebra to the nuances of calculus and beyond. Ferdinand's commitment to teaching is evident in his methodical approach to instruction, ensuring that each concept is not only understood but appreciated for its place within the larger mathematical landscape.

Ferdinand's classroom is a dynamic space where theory meets practice, and students are encouraged to approach mathematical problems with curiosity and rigorous thought. His lectures are meticulously crafted, blending theoretical explanations with practical demonstrations that bring the abstract into real-world context.

Beyond his university responsibilities, Ferdinand has dedicated seven years to tutoring students in a variety of mathematical disciplines. His tutoring is characterized by personalized attention and adapted strategies to meet each student's unique needs and learning preferences. His ability to simplify complex concepts and foster an environment where students feel comfortable asking questions has made his tutoring sessions highly effective and sought-after.



Domain, function, period, periodic functions, range, reference angles, rules, trigonometric functions, unit circle.

Sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, cosecant.


Notation, Functional notation, Arrow notation, Index notation, Dot notation, Specialized notations

Map,, Specifying a function, function evaluations, formulas, inverse and implicit functions, differential calculus, recursion, representing a function, graphs and plots, function composition, image and preimage, mapping (injective, surjective, bijective), real function, vector-valued function, functional space, functional analysis, applications, optimization...

Ap calculus

Basic to advanced level

SAT Math

Number and Operations, Operations, Ratio and Proportion, Complex Numbers, Elementary number theory, Matrices, Sequences, Series, Vectors, Algebra and Functions, Expressions, Equations, Inequalities, Representation, and modeling, Properties of functions, Linear, Polynomial, Rational, Exponential ,Logarithmic,, Trigonometric, Inverse trigonometric, Periodic, Piecewise, Recursive, Parametric, Geometry and Measurement, Plane Euclidean/Measurement, Coordinate, Lines, Parabolas, Circles, Ellipses, Hyperbolas,,, Symmetry, Transformations, Polar coordinates, Three-dimensional solids, Cylinders, Cones, Pyramids

Spheres, Prisms, Coordinates in three dimensions, Trigonometry, Right triangles, Identities, Radian measure, Law of cosines, Law of sines, Equations, Double angle formula, Data Analysis, Mean, Median, Mode, Range

Interquartile range, Standard Deviation, Graphs and plots, Least-squares regression, Linear, Quadratic, Exponential, Probabilities

Pre calculus

Basic to advanced level

ACT Math

Basic to advanced level

GRE Math

Basic to advanced level