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Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

5.0 96 ratings

I am a patient instructor who likes to challenge her students to achieve true understanding rather than rote memorization. I specialize in tutoring all levels of math and ACT/SAT math prep but also enjoy tutoring the Sciences when the opportunity arises. I have years of experience with private tutoring, math team coaching, as well as acting as a Teaching Assistant at the Undergraduate level. I believe the best kind of teacher is also a learner, and I have been a learner and lover of math ... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.95 156 ratings

I graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in Brain and Cognitive Sciences in June 2013, and I currently work as an instructor at an independent teaching and educational research institute. In high school, I graduated as valedictorian. I took multiple AP math and science courses, in addition to serving as president of my school's Science Honor Society and participating as a member of my school's Math Honor Society. I scored a 31 (out of 36) on the ACT and a 2020 (out of 2400) on the... [more]

Will travel 11 miles

$95 per hour.

4.95 316 ratings

With 15 years of teaching/tutoring experience in a variety of subjects and a M.A.Ed., I have worked successfully with all levels of students; elementary school, middle school, high school, and college. I am very patient and a good listener. Our sessions are customized for you. Whether your difficulty is missing background information, quickly learning new subject matter, developing better study skills, or overcoming low motivation, I can help you. Individual attention and materials are pre... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.79 67 ratings

My training includes Master's and Doctoral degrees in Exercise Physiology and Educational Research. I am an experienced professor in undergraduate and graduate level statistics, as well as being well versed in statistical programming. I have been a student much of my life so I understand the many frustrations that go along with it. My approach to tutoring is to keep learning simple by breaking down concepts into easy to understand components. I want to alleviate any anxiety a student may ha... [more]

I have tutored students for two years in algebra 1 and higher level maths have worked with students and helped to improve their test and overall grades. I have tutored students for a couple of years now and I find it extremely rewarding to help students learn how to solve math problems in a way they never thought possible and learn to read and actually enjoy it. Math is a difficult subject to start with especially if you have not had good experiences with it in the past. I feel it is the teacher's/tutor's job to help the student learn in a fun and less demanding way. Math does take practice b [more]

My Mathematics Certification, coupled with 12 years of experience teaching middle and high school math, has equipped me with the skills needed to successfully tutor students. I use fun and innovative lessons to not only keep students' interests, but also to promote success on the Algebra 1 Common Core exam. During the past 18 years, I have been tutoring students in Grades 1 through 12. In addition, I have also taught middle and high school math for 12 of those years. My degree is in Elementary Education and I am certified in Mathematics, grades 7-12. Knowing that there are many ways to so [more]

I was always a top math student throughout school and was always two years ahead in Math. I completed Calculus AB and BC in high school, and took advanced Calculus in college, but my favorite math subject was always Algebra. I am a current fourth year medical student in the dual-degree MD/MPH at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. I have a few free months before I began residency in internal medicine and wished to spend my time helping other?s academic pursuits. I was born and raised here in South Florida and attended the North Broward Preparatory School, where I was a top-calib [more]

You probably solve algebra problems every day of your life but don?t realize it! Learning to not be intimidated and transferring how you already apply algebra in your life to the questions in your textbook help make algebra much easier. I have helped others learn throughout most of my life. Much of my early tutoring was informal ? mainly helping friends, classmates, or friends of the family. Later I began to tutor formally and more regularly. I now typically tutor up to five hours per week. As the son of high school and college math teacher (dad) and athletics coach (mom) tutoring has see [more]

I tailor my teaching style to each of my student's intuitive train of thought. This practice involves a careful analysis of the student's strengths and weaknesses as well as an assessment of his/her instinctive method in determining the solution. I exercise a high degree of patience by initially allowing my students to work through each problem before I intervene. This enables a continuous feedback loop for me and an autonomous learning structure for them, which ultimately translates to succe... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.93 87 ratings

Tutoring for Algebra 1 addresses the following: 1: Expressions, Equations, and Functions: Students will be able to write and evaluate expressions, equations, and inequalities 2: Properties of Real Numbers: Students will be able to classify real numbers, compare and order integers and rational numbers, and perform basic operations. 3: Solving Linear Equations: Students will be able to use properties of equality to solve one, two, and multi-step equations. 4: Graphing Linear Equations and Functions: Students will be able to graph direct variation equations, use them to solve real-world probl [more]

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