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Because your dream isn’t a partial derivative. And it shouldn’t be as hard as one, either.

 

I have students from all walks of life studying inside Calculus Expert:

  • Traditional, four-year college students who just need to pass a class to graduate on time
  • High school students in the running for valedictorian status (and all the scholarships that entails)
  • Students who need to keep their grades up to keep their scholarship money
  • People studying for the GRE so they can get into grad school
  • Professionals who want to change their career path, but need a foundation in math to make that happen

 

And here’s how Calculus Expert has helped them:

Not only reinforces what was covered in class, but also speeds up the time it takes to complete homework.
I’m an almost 40-year-old mom of 3 that went back to school to be a math teacher… with one night of studying before my final a week and a half ago, you helped me go from being 100% in the dark to [passing my test] with an 87%!! Never in my wildest dreams did I even think I would have done that well on that midterm.
I passed my exams and was subsequently accepted to study a BSc Mathematics and Economics degree at the University of London. All this at the age of 34, after failing math in high school.
At one point during Calc II I thought about dropping math entirely from my schedule, but since joining Calculus Expert, I’ve added a math minor.
My first two term tests were 31% and 33% after the curve. I considered dropping the class…. I checked my marks today and I got a 73% on my exam, and I passed the class!
When I had a question you always got back to me in just a few hours. The way you explained the answers to all of my questions was in a way that made Calculus fun and easy… I was able to get a 97.6 in Calculus!

And you know what?

 

These students are just like you.

 

But since they made the decision to get help instead of letting math beat them up, they passed their classes, achieved their dreams, and now have lives they wouldn’t have if they’d let math get in their way.