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Aman Chahar: Online Calculus tutor


    3 of experience


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    Bachelors in Engineering

I love learning and teaching Math. I am an well-educated, professional & experienced Math tutor with 3+ years of teaching experience. I have also worked as a Mathematics subject matter expert and have created Math educational content. I have worked with various online tutoring platforms and have provided tutoring to students for 5th grade Math, 6th grade Math, 7th grade Math, 8th grade, and high school Math.
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Abhishek Kumar: Online Calculus tutor


    6 of experience


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    Masters in Engineering

I have a M-Tech graduate from prestigious IIT. I'm an assistant professor. I have worked with leading MNCs also. I'm an expert in teaching mathematics I'm an experienced and passionate mathematics tutor for past 6 years. My communication and interpersonal skills have always been complementary in the teaching field. My tutoring sessions on the subject are for university graduates. I also provide assignment and homework help to the students. I am very approachable for my students. I always clarifying their doubts and also in providing academic help.
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Suchona Basu: Online Calculus tutor


    2+ Years of experience


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    Bachelors of Science

I have a have bachelors of science degree in Mathematics, and I am really passionate about teaching. I teach school sudents up to class 12. I have been associated with several online learning platforms and that has given me the opportunity to teach maths to students across the blog. Overall I have had tutoring experience for about 1.5 years. Apart from academics, I have a keen interest in music and dance. I am professionally trained dancer. I am skilled in problem solving, communication and team work and these skills come in handy while tutoring.
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Vaibhav Patil: Online Calculus tutor


    1 of experience


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    Bachelors in Engineering

I am a Data Analyst with a background in a variety of technical skills. I am excited to offer tutoring lessons in Microsoft Excel, Data Studio, Python for machine learning and data analytics, and business analytics. I have completed courses in deep learning, business analytics, and data analytics, and I have scored more than 90 percentile in my business analytics module. In addition to my specialization in data analysis, I'm also skilled in iOS app development using Xcode (Swift). Whether you are a beginner looking to learn the basics or a professional seeking project help or looking to increase your skillset, I believe that I can assist you in achieving your learning goals. Feel free to contact me to learn more about my classes and schedule a lesson. I would be more than happy to help you out.
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    2 of experience


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Raashika: Online Calculus tutor


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Shivika Garg: Online Calculus tutor


    10+ Years of experience


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    1+ years of experience


    Certified Calculus tutor


    Masters in Engineering

I am highly motivated and curious about research methodologies and new scientific discoveries. I consider myself a dedicated and responsible person. My interest lies in subjects such as Data Science, Robotics, and Automation. I hold a Bachelor's degree in programming and data science from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, and now I am pursuing an integrated Masters Degree in Applied Geophysics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Dhanbad, India. It is my passion for tutoring that makes me offer tutoring sessions on Statistics to University students. There are many students who find statistics a difficult subject to learn and understand. So I always try to make the classes very interesting and engaging for the students. In the past 2 years, I have tutored about 250 students. I always explain complex concepts in the simplest way possible so that the students can understand them. I also share certain ways of remembering certain concepts. Aside from tutoring, I also assist them with assignments, homework, and test preparation. I really enjoy sharing my knowledge with the students on my favourite subject.
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Supreetha CM: Online Calculus tutor


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    Bachelors in Engineering

I love all things Math! I am very passionate about learning and teaching Math. I have 1 year of experience as Math tutor over different online platforms. I have mentored high school and university students and also prepped them for different exams. I have a YouTube channel, "Math with Supreetha". I have created 50+ video lectures in the span of 80 Days covering important topics in Mathematics on my YouTube Channel and reached 190+ subscribers. I also have in-depth knowledge in programming languages and technology like Python, C++, C, SQL, MATLAB, and HTML.

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Who is Wiingy online Calculus tutoring for?

1. Are you struggling understanding key Calculus 1 concepts?

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Yes. I am a freshman in college and need help in Calculus 1. I would like to have help going over a review of concepts such as logarithmic differentiation and L'Hospitals rules.

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What is Calculus 1?

Calculus 1 is a math course that teaches you about how things change. It is an important foundation for many fields, including science, many forms of engineering, and more, as it is used to calculate heat loss in buildings, used to design bridges, used to figure out the gravitational pulls of the sun and the moon before launching a rocket, etc. You’ll learn about the following topics in calculus 1:

Derivatives & their applications

In derivatives & their applications, students will learn about the concept of the derivative as the slope of a curve at a specific point, and how to calculate derivatives using various techniques such as the power rule, product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule. They will learn about the properties of functions and their derivatives, such as the critical points, and local and global extrema.

With these calculus skills, students should be able to calculate derivatives using various techniques, analyze the behavior of functions and their derivatives, and apply derivatives to real-world problems, such as optimization, related rates, and curve sketching.

Integrals & their applications

In integrals & their applications, students will learn about the concept of integration as the reverse of differentiation, various techniques of integration, such as substitution, integration by parts, and partial fraction decomposition, definite integrals, which are used to find the area under a curve or between two curves, and how to use technology, such as graphing calculators and computer software, to assist in solving problems involving integrals. They will also learn about applications of integrals in finding volumes of solids with known cross-sectional areas, and calculating average values of functions.

After all this knowledge, they will be able to use integration to solve real-world problems such as finding the amount of material needed to construct a container, determining the amount of fluid that flows through a pipe, and finding the work done by a force.

Limits & Continuity

In limits & continuity, students will learn about limits, how to calculate them, how they relate to continuity, and learn about one-sided limits and how to determine if a function is continuous at a point. They will also learn about indeterminate forms, how to use linear algebra techniques to evaluate limits, and the concept of infinity and what happens to a function as it approaches infinity.

After gaining this knowledge, they will be able to evaluate limits using analytical and graphical methods and understand the concept of continuity and how it relates to limits. They will also be able to apply these concepts to solve real-world problems, such as calculating the velocity and acceleration of an object, predicting future stock prices, etc.

Analyzing functions and graphs

In analyzing functions and graphs, students will learn how to analyze and interpret different types of functions and their graphs, such as linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions and how to identify and interpret different characteristics of functions, such as domain and range, intercepts, symmetry, periodicity, and transformations. They will also learn how to identify and analyze different types of graphs, such as scatter plots, histograms, and box-and-whisker plots, and understand their use in representing and interpreting data.

After gaining this knowledge, they will be able to analyze complex functions and graphs, make connections between different representations of data, and apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems, such as business analysis, engineering design, etc.

How to calculate rates of change and slopes

In calculating the rates of change and slopes, students will learn how to calculate the rate of change of a function or slope of a line between two points and how to calculate the average and instantaneous rates of change of a function.

In the end, they will be able to use the concepts of slope and rate of change to solve real-world problems, like they can calculate the rate of change of a car’s speed to find out how long it will take to travel a certain distance or to calculate the rate of change of temperature over time to predict weather patterns.

Differential equations

In differential equations, students will learn about ordinary differential equations (ODEs), which are equations that involve derivatives of a single variable with respect to another single variable, and how to solve first-order ODEs using the separation of variables, integrating factors, and other methods. They will also learn about second-order linear ODEs with constant coefficients and learn how to solve them using characteristic equations.

With these calculus skills, students will be able to set up these equations to describe real-world situations, such as population growth or the cooling of a hot object. They will also be able to use mathematical techniques to solve these equations and make predictions about the behavior of the systems they model.

What are the benefits of learning calculus 1?

Learning calculus 1 has many benefits, such as:

  1. Problem-solving skills: Calculus teaches you how to break down complex problems into simpler pieces and solve them step-by-step. This skill is helpful in many fields, not just math.
  1. Understanding how things change: Calculus helps you understand the world around you better. You can use calculus to analyze how things move, grow, or shrink over time. This knowledge is useful in fields like physics, engineering, and economics.
  1. Career opportunities: Many high-paying jobs require knowledge of calculus. For example, engineers, economists, and scientists all use calculus regularly in their work.
  1. Critical thinking: Calculus teaches you to think critically and logically. This skill is valuable in many areas of life, not just math, such as business & media, journalism & media, etc.
  1. Personal growth: Learning calculus can be challenging, but it can also be very rewarding. Mastering calculus can help you build confidence in your abilities and give you a sense of accomplishment.

Overall, learning calculus can help you develop important skills, deepen your understanding of the world, and open up new career opportunities.

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  1. Access to resources: Wiingy’s best online calculus tutors can provide you with additional resources, such as practice tests, practice problems, videos, and study guides. These resources can help you reinforce your learning and prepare for exams, like SAT math.
  1. Improved grades: With the help of an online calculus tutor, you can get better grades in Calculus 1. A calculus tutor can help you identify areas of weakness in the subject and provide you with targeted support to improve your understanding and performance.
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Calculus topics we teach

Limits and continuity

Limits intro

Estimating limits from graphs

Estimating limits from tables

Formal definition of limits (epsilon-delta)

Properties of limits

Limits by direct substitution

Limits using algebraic manipulation

Strategy in finding limits

Squeeze theorem

Types of discontinuities

Continuity at a point

Continuity over an interval

Removing discontinuities

Infinite limits

Limits at infinity

Intermediate value theorem


Average vs. instantaneous rate of change

Secant lines

Derivative definition

Estimating derivatives


Power rule

Derivative rules

Combining the power rule with other derivative rules

Derivatives of cos(x), sin(x), ????ˣ, and ln(x)

Product rule

Quotient rule

Derivatives of tan(x), cot(x), sec(x), and csc(x)

Proof videos


Chain rule

More chain rule practice

Implicit differentiation

Implicit differentiation (advanced examples)

Differentiating inverse functions

Derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions

Strategy in differentiating functions

Differentiation using multiple rules

Second derivatives

Disguised derivatives

Logarithmic differentiation

Proof videos

Applications of derivatives

Meaning of the derivative in context

Straight-line motion

Non-motion applications of derivatives

Introduction to related rates

Solving related rates problems

Approximation with local linearity

L’Hôpital’s rule

L’Hôpital’s rule

Analyzing functions

Mean value theorem

Extreme value theorem and critical points

Intervals on which a function is increasing or decreasing

Relative (local) extrema

Absolute (global) extrema

Concavity and inflection points intro

Analyzing concavity and inflection points

Second derivative test

Sketching curves

Connecting f, f', and f''

Solving optimization problems

Analyzing implicit relations

Calculator-active practice


Accumulations of change introduction

Approximation with Riemann sums

Summation notation review

Riemann sums in summation notation

Defining integrals with Riemann sums

Fundamental theorem of calculus and accumulation functions

Interpreting the behavior of accumulation functions

Properties of definite integrals

Fundamental theorem of calculus and definite integrals

Reverse power rule

Indefinite integrals of common functions

Definite integrals of common functions

Integrating with u-substitution

Integrating using long division and completing the square

Integrating using trigonometric identities

Proof videos

Differential equations

Differential equations introduction

Verifying solutions for differential equations

Sketching slope fields

Reasoning using slope fields

Separation of variables

Particular solutions to differential equations

Exponential models

Applications of integrals

Average value of a function

Straight-line motion

Non-motion applications of integrals

How to find an Calculus tutor near me?

If you are having trouble searching for a tutor for Calculus 1 in your area, you are not alone. With many tutors shifting to online platforms, it can be really hard to find a quality tutor in your neighborhood. This is especially true when you are looking for a specialist tutor such as that for calculus 1. So, the solution here is online tutoring.

With our experience of tutoring thousands of students online, we've seen that online calculus tutoring is just as effective as in-person calculus tutoring. You get one-on-one tutoring and one-on-one instruction from a private tutor coupled with the flexibility and convenience of online classes.

With online calculus tutoring, you get the comfort of studying from your home. This allows you to save the money and time you would otherwise spend traveling to the tutor’s location.  

Apart from the convenience, another benefit of online calculus tutoring is that you get tremendous flexibility in scheduling your lessons. You can schedule the tutoring sessions at a time that works for you, instead of following a rigid schedule prescribed by the tutoring center.

An experienced online calculus tutor can create a learning plan specific to your need. This can include working on certain problems in Calculus 1 that you find difficult, getting ready for an upcoming Calculus 1 exam, or getting calculus homework help.

The best part about online tutoring is that you can study from the best calculus tutors based in any part of the world irrespective of your location.

At Wiingy, our tutors use tools, such as quizzes, jamming whiteboards, and pen tabs, that make online learning fun and interesting for students. Our tutoring experience has been consistently rated as 4.8/5 and above by students and parents alike. 

Example of Calculus courses we teach

MATH 2413: Calculus I


MA1005: Calculus 1

MATH 124: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I

MATH 221: Calculus I

MATH 2471: Calculus I

MATH 110: Techniques of Calculus I

MAA 4211: Real Analysis and Advanced Calculus 1

Math 1131Q : Calculus I

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I learn first in calculus 1?

In Calculus 1, you should start by learning basic concepts such as limits, derivatives, and integrals. These concepts are the foundation of calculus and provide the framework for more advanced calculus courses or topics, like taylor series, differential calculus, integral calculus, multivariable calculus, and ap calculus. You may also want to review precalculus concepts such as linear algebra, trigonometry, and geometry, as they are frequently used in calculus. By focusing on these fundamental concepts, you can establish a strong foundation for further studies in calculus.

Are Calculus tutors worth it?

Yes, calculus tutors can be worth it if you are struggling with the subject or want to get better grades. A calculus tutor can provide you with personalized attention, help you identify areas of weakness in the subject, and provide you with targeted support to improve your understanding and performance. They can also help you build confidence in your abilities and provide you with additional resources, such as practice problems and study guides.

How to master Calculus 1?

To master Calculus 1, focus on better understanding the basic important concepts of calculus, such as limits & continuity, derivatives, integrals, differential calculus, integral calculus, multivariable calculus, ap calculus, and analyzing graphs & functions. Among all the calculus 1 concepts, derivatives and integrals are the topics that require extra attention, so you need to practice a lot of problems on these topics to understand them better. Although, if you have a good hold over trigonometry and logarithms, then calculus 1 concepts might be easy for you. You should also refer to various online resources, like textbooks, YouTube videos, and online tutorials. As per the students studying calculus 1, the best textbooks to refer to for calculus 1 are: 1. The Calculus Lifesaver by Adrian Banner 2. Calculus Made Easy by Silvanus P. Thompson and Martin Gardner 3. Calculus by Gilbert Strang Apart from textbooks, referring to YouTube channels has also always been a good option, so the best YouTube videos to refer to for calculus 1 are: 1. Calculus 1 lectures by Professor Leonard 2. Calculus 1 by PatrickJMT 3. The essence of calculus by 3blue1brown Similarly, for online tutorials, you can get plenty of tutorials available online which you can try and make your decision. A great way to master calculus 1 is to take private lessons from an expert calculus tutor. Explore Wiingy's online calculus tutoring services today. Book a free trial lesson with a top calculus tutor today!

How fast can I learn Calculus 1?

Calculus 1 takes typically three to five months of concentrated focus and hard work to be completely covered by a student who is not confident about pre-calculus concepts. You need to spend at least 2 weeks learning the pre-calculus concepts because only after learning pre-calculus, you will be qualified to learn calculus 1. Later, you need to spend 1 month each on both derivates and integrals as they are tricky topics and require extra attention. After that, the remaining important topics of calculus 1, such as taylor series, limits & continuity, differential calculus, integral calculus, multivariable calculus, ap calculus, analyzing functions & graphs, etc., combinedly require 2 to 3 months to complete. However, if you have a good hold over pre-calculus concepts, then you can learn calculus 1 in two to four months, as well.

What do most tutors charge for calculus 1?

Online Calculus 1 tutor often charges between $35 to $70 per hour. But, the price of a private tutor will vary depending on their qualifications and level of experience. So, experienced private tutors will charge around $65 to $80 per hour. Part-time tutors typically charge between $20 and $35 per hour.

Is calculus 1 hard to pass?

Yes, calculus 1 is a hard subject and it is hard to pass. You need to give a lot of your time and focus to this subject to excel in it. On average, every year, 34.3% of students fail calculus because they develop an unwanted fear of the subject. However, passing calculus 1 can become easy if you have a strong foundation in the basics of calculus and have proper guidance from a qualified teacher. At Wiingy, our online Calculus tutors are highly qualified and provide detailed step-by-step explanations and guidance for each topic. We help students improve their academic progress.

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