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I earned straight A's in algebra and have extensive experience sharing my knowledge with students. Hi! Math is all around us, and I believe that we all need to know how to use it in our daily lives. Unfortunately, math can be mysterious and difficult to understand at times. Sometimes a little extra explanation, or some additional guided practice, is needed to grasp a new concept, and that is where I can help. Because I feel so strongly about the importance of math skills, I am passionate about helping students overcome their math challenges and I would love to help you too. I was fortun... [more]

I'm Jackson, a graduate student in Mathematics. I graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics with and Emphasis in Science. I was chosen as the Outstanding Baccalaureate in Mathematics and Science. I have taught small sections of Precalculus at SDSU, graded for Discrete Mathematics, and tutored at the on campus center for multiple years. I have been doing private tutoring for over 4 years and enjoy helping students become comfortable and proficien... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

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I discovered my preference for teaching and helping those that struggle with understanding concepts during my graduate work. I have a passion for learning and for learning the most effective routes for concept building. This is the basis of how I structure my tutoring sessions regardless of subject. I believe that conceptual understanding followed by appropriate application of learned tools for maneuvering within the concept is the key to learning and internalizing a subject as opposed to ro... [more]

I've taught math for the last 12 years. My experience has been at the middle school and high school levels. I currently hold a credential to teach mathematics at all levels through AP Calculus. I have taught many sections of Algebra I both at the high school level and middle school level. In fact, I have developed such a great way of teaching Algebra that I have had tremendous success at urban middle and high schools with over 90% of my students Proficient or Advanced by the end of the year. [more]

I highly believe that Algebra 1 is the fundamental math class that you just can't miss. Algebra 1 covers many different topics that are just built upon in Geometry, Algebra 1, pre-calculus, and beyond. Once you gain an understanding in Algebra 1, your math success will skyrocket! I have been tutoring Algebra 1 to high school and middle school students at a probation school for the past two and a half years as a Teaching Assistant. Most of my students transition to alternative schools or just try to get their GED because they are so credit deficient. My students have been able to pass their CAH [more]

Greetings! I have been an educator since 1987. A friend asked me to help a young girl who was struggling with feeling intimidated by her male tutor in ESL. I discovered then a passion for teaching and have been doing so in a variety of positions both formal and informal since then. I push my students to learn the specific information they ask of me. Perhaps more importantly though, it is my hope that they will find a passion for learning and gain skill sets that they can use in all their end... [more]

I have studied math through calculus levels at UCSD, and have received top marks through all my math courses. Not only this, but I have been a tutor for algebra students of all ages, high school through adult. When focusing on algebra, I choose to make sure that the student is able to solve the problem step-wise, taking an accurate path to the correct answer without using short-cuts. Once they show that they understand the fundamentals, I will show them how to simplify their processes, and hopefully instill in them the beauty of being able to quickly reason through algebraic questions relying [more]

I taught math for 5 years as a private tutor. I helped students to pass exams and developed their skills in Algebra 1. I have BS in electrical engineering and I studied advanced engineering math. I have BS in electrical and electronic engineering, so I studied lots of math and physics and still taking classes on embedded engineering in UCSD. I'm a professional in Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Calculus and Physics especially the parts which relate to electrical engineering (analog and digital circuits analysis, solid state physics, signal processing and electromagnetic field). I have more [more]

Algebra is fun and you can learn to enjoy the puzzles of algebra. I personally like algebra. Besides being interesting, algebra is also very useful in your daily life (if you enjoy Sudoku you can enjoy Algebra; Sudoku requires studying pattern mostly with numbers, and algebra requires studying the patterns with equations). If you start a business, you will likely be using the skills of algebra to determine if you can make money and how much a product or service will cost. You can figure out your own gas mileage and thousands of other useful things. I'll work with you at whatever level you are [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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For most of my life, tutoring has been like taking a trip to the beach. Though, theoretically, I could do it every day, I have not ventured to do so as much as I would like. The few experiences I did have, however, were very fulfilling, and I am now taking it upon myself to tutor even more. My first time really tutoring was in high school, holding weekly physics sessions with a few of my juniors. Then, during my second year at UCLA, I participated in a club that took trips twice a week to ... [more]

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