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$65 per hour.

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Algebra is sometimes a student?s first time having trouble with math. It marks a transition to more advanced math coursework to come. But algebra is just math with new terms and definitions! Let me help you demystify algebra and lay a solid foundation for future mathematics coursework. Helping students reach new levels of success is my passion! I adjust my support to fit each student's individual goals and learning style. I have a B.A. from Smith College and have completed several graduate courses in education (including assessment and intervention). I have been tutoring full-time for several [more]

I find that students have a wide range of needs and learning styles. Some students just need a little extra boost to get them through a tough spot in a class. Some students need someone to sit with them while doing homework to keep them on track. Some students need coaching on how to even approach the study Math or Physics. Some students learn better by having concepts explained clearly. Some students learn better if they are asked a series of leading questions, so that they find the answers ... [more]

I have over 4,000 hours experience in tutoring math including many successful hours tutoring Algebra at all levels. I have a Master?s degree from Stanford University in Applied Mathematics. I am very good at helping students gain confidence by approaching Algebra problems one step at a time. I have a great love for mathematics and love to impart this to my students. I have taught as an adjunct instructor at Augsburg College. I am a skilled, experienced and practical math tutor. I tutor 7 days a week. I have experience tutoring both high school and college students. I have a Masters degree fro [more]

I have been tutoring students aged 2 to 70 for the past fifteen years. I specialize in working with students who have a diagnosis of ADD, ADHD, Asperger's, Autism, Bipolar Disorder and Depression. As both a tutor and a classroom teacher, I developed an understanding of individual learning styles and all sessions are geared to the student's immediate and long term needs. I have prepared students for the ACT, SAT, GRE, TOEFL, SSAT, ASVAB, and national AP exams. During the 2011-2012 school ... [more]

*At this time, I am only accepting ACT students. Please read my full bio for a description of how I approach preparing students for the exam. **Thank you for your interest, but I am no longer accepting new students for the April exam. If you would like to discuss scheduling for the June exam, I'm happy to do so. In his eighth year of tutoring, Thore has logged thousands of one-on-one hours with students. Named a National Merit Scholar in 2008, he holds a Bachelor of Music in vocal performan... [more]

I taught algebra 1 and prealgebra for a number of years in a Minneapolis charter high school. It was great fun helping students move from memorizing operations to understanding how numbers work together. I have lots of tricks and tips to help speed up that understanding. It is very satisfying to see students light up when things start to make sense! I love working one-on-one with students! My passion is creating learning settings where students can shine and grow. Students are encouraged to follow their own interests. While I like tutoring both math and music, I am particularly interested in t [more]

I am an experienced professional tutor who has been tutoring for over 15 years. In addition, I recently worked for five years for a private company that specialized in ACT and SAT tutoring. I have experience in-person and online; and teaching small groups, and 1-on-1. In addition to all portions of the GRE, GMAT, ACT and the SAT (including the newest versions), I have experience tutoring high-school level Spanish, Economics, Business, Finance, Algebra, Geometry, Literature, History, and AP... [more]

I have worked with many students of different ages on algebra. I understand the parts that cause difficulties for most students and am very patient with explaining new concepts. My number one priority is that you or your child gets results and is engaged with what we are working on. With testing that means I'm always paying attention to how the student is thinking and how I can best prioritize the skills they need to do better. With academic students it means finding what they understand, finding what they don't, and bridging that gap at a speed they can understand but are still engaged with [more]

For many students, Algebra 1 is the first time they struggle with math because it is the first time that students are using an entirely abstract system of notation. Whereas numbers have exactly one meaning that can be connected to physical objects such as fingers or other counters, variables have no set meaning, and change in different contexts. The true meaning of variables can be understood through an exploration of changing patterns. Those patterns can be tied to visual representations, stories, real-world problems, music or other methods that resonate with the student. Algebra 1 is also f [more]

I received an A in Algebra 1 as a sophomore, and have since helped several friends to improve their own grades in algebra 1. I have a solid comprehension of the material. I am a 4th year undergraduate student at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, living in Minneapolis and studying mathematics, computer science, and creative writing. I scored a 34 on the ACT and over 2000 on the SAT, and I am proficient in all of the basic sciences, mathematics, reading, and writing required for high school work, the ACT and SAT, as well as many introductory college courses. I also graduated high schoo [more]

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