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You can increase your knowledge and skill in Algebra! You can become more capable and confident in math, in school, in life, and I can help. I?ve been an Algebra teacher and tutor for hundreds of students-- many of my students had done very poorly in math before, and I helped them understand the concepts, do the work, and grow in their confidence. I can help you, too! Is math confusing and difficult for you? It doesn't have to be! I'll help you increase your math skills and grow in your self-confidence. I'll explain the different concepts to you in simple, interesting ways-- bringing in your [more]

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$65 per hour.

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Algebra is my specialty! I meet hundreds of algebra students every year, and there is no "one size fits all" approach. So, if your algebra teacher seems to be speaking a different language, I can help. Don't wait. It will not get better. But with my help, you can succeed at Algebra I and you will be better prepared for Algebra II. Do you need help in math? I am here to help! I am an experienced tutor and my favorite subjects are Algebra and Geometry! In addition, I have experience tutoring Elementary students, all levels of middle school math, and all levels of high school math up to Precalcul [more]

With over 30 years of experience in education, research in several universities such as University of Wisconsin Madison, I love to help you or your child in chemistry and organic chemistry. Many my students are in medical school, graduate school and other professional schools. I also offer tutoring in Math. I am a friend of my students. I help them to understand chemistry. I identify my student's strengths and weaknesses by looking their previous work. I then help the student work on areas... [more]

The math subjects I tutor for prealgebra and Algebra 1 include expressions, linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, polynomials, graphing, slopes, ratios and proportions, and probability. I also tutor topics in geometry, including angles, perimeter, area, surface area, volume, triangles, circles, polygons, and transformations. Hello! I'm a recent graduate from Towson University with a Bachelor's in English secondary education and a minor in French. I graduated with 132 college credits and a 3.9 GPA. I will begin teaching 11th grade English in Baltimore County for the 2018-2019 school [more]

Will travel 14 miles

$60 per hour.

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In elementary algebra letters are used to stand for numbers. For example, in the equation ax2+bx+c=0, the letters a, b, and c stand for various known constant numbers called coefficients and the letter x is an unknown variable number whose value depends on the values of a, b, and c and may be determined by solving the equation. Much of classical algebra is concerned with finding solutions to equations or systems of equations, i.e., finding the roots, or values of the unknowns, that upon substitution into the original equation will make it a numerical identity. For example, x=-2 is a root of x2 [more]

********************************************************************** Booking now for weekly sessions over the summer months. Contact me for details. ********************************************************************** John has a passion for working with people who endeavor to learn and develop their intellects and is listed among the Wyzant Top 100 Tutors for 2015. Background: John grew up in Northeast Kansas working on farms since the age of 11. He graduated from a small rural high sch... [more]

I teach English, Theater, and Public Speaking at The Bryn Mawr School for Girls as a Wilgis Fellow. The Wilgis Fellowship program chooses one promising young teacher a year in order to facilitate their growth and development. The Bryn Mawr School was founded in 1885 and is ranked as the #1 Best Private School in Baltimore and #2 Best Private School in Baltimore by niche.com. I have a masters degree in English from Tulane University. I also graduated Cum Laude from Tulane University with a dua... [more]

Algebra instruction includes a diagnostic test that targets specific difficulties and weaknesses. General Algebra includes variables and constants (numbers); solving one-step, two-step, and multi-step equations; analyzing word problems; addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of polynomials; algebraic factors and fractions; and radical fractions. Advanced algebra also includes graphing (covered in geometry as well), solving systems of equations, and beginning quadratic equations. I enjoy tutoring because teaching is in my blood. I have a diverse, 20+ year teaching and tutoring ex [more]

Hi. I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you to assist you in becoming the best you can be. I have a B.A. in Applied Mathematics (including Statistics) and Economics from The Johns Hopkins University, where I graduated with a 3.96 GPA and earned admission into the Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society. I also have an MBA in Finance and Public Policy from The Wharton School, where I earned admission into the Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society. I have taken two SAT prep courses, with transfera... [more]

I began teaching as a laboratory assistant while getting my bachelor's degree in chemistry at Oberlin College, and continued as a PhD candidate at Cornell University. I was awarded Oberlin College's Fitzpatrick Scholarship for excellence as a chemistry teaching assistant and tutor, and a National Merit Scholarship in high school for excellent standardized test scores. I bring to my tutoring an understanding that my own successes and those of most students are due to hard work, confidence, per... [more]

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