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When it comes to math, Algebra is my first love. I find with my students that many of their problems with Algebra can be fixed with careful review of strategies for solving the different categories of equations. Algebra is my very favorite subject to tutor. Besides that, true memorization of math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)~so that students instantly know the answers, will go a long way in improving the math grades. Tutoring while guiding the student is my purpose. I believe that all students can learn and become high achievers if they are given the appropriat [more]

If math has never been your favorite subject, look no further. I can meet you where you are and use your own Algebra I textbook to guide you step-by-step through the concepts you need to master in order to succeed in Algebra I and beyond. If you have concept gaps from previous math classes, I can help supply the missing knowledge in order to boost your understanding of how Algebra works, and help you get even the tougher problems correct! A Smith College grad with 10+ years of experience, I help my students achieve some of the highest score increases nationwide. *Expert at guiding students [more]

This subject is for students taking first year Algebra. Algebra I includes topics such as factoring, graphing, polynomial operations, radicals, problem solving, and inequalities. I am a retired teacher who will work very hard for you! I teach students to think on a deeper level. I constantly look for feedback from tutoring students and make sure they leave a session knowing concepts! In addition I am a retired professional engineer and have extensive experience in all phases of engineering from my previous career.... [more]

I have a valid Arizona Certified Teaching Certificate K-8, and a math endorsement on my certificate K-12. I have taken the AEPA middle school and high school tests, and passed both of them. I am a highly qualified K-12 math teacher in the state of Arizona. I've taught for 9 years in the public school system (2nd - 7th grades & 1 year of high school math). I'm currently a college math instructor starting my 4th year. I'm a hands-on instructor, and very enthusiastic about math. I love teaching math! I've been a tutor for over 7 years, tutoring students in grades K through college and up to [more]

Algebra I is the basis for all higher math. This is where the concepts begin to get really abstract and it is very important to be able to find ways to visualize what is happening. If one can create a picture of what is happening in one?s mind, one can then remember the concepts and apply them to the situations which will be used in geometry and onwards. One of the ways I help students with this is by having them use what I call a ?trivial example?, which is an example of the rule which is so easy that I can?t get it wrong! This can help a student check the correct method even in a high-s [more]

I was a National Merit Scholar in high school and graduated from ASU and the Barrett Honors College in 2000. That same year I started teaching SAT and GRE after scoring 800 A 760 M 740 V on the old GRE scoring scale and 780 M 760 V SAT. I have taught SAT classes and tutored for various standardized exams down to the 6th grade level and know the difference in scores that the added attention and coaching of my private tutoring makes for students. I tutor all sections of the SAT and ACT and ... [more]

Mathematics has always been one of my favorite subjects. I have taken college level courses in algebra and teaching mathematics. At my last school, I taught algebra to high school students on an individual basis, much like tutoring, using several different computer platforms. I also taught algebra to students in small groups, according to what skills they needed to pass the AIMS test. I believe that knowing how to work with fractions is essential to success in algebra. This is an area that many students have difficulty with. I teach my students operations with fractions, using numbers first [more]

I've been doing algebra 1 for what seems to be forever; I was interested in it when I was a kid, so when I was still in elementary school, my dad taught me how to factor and expand (foil). When I finally got to Algebra 1 in school, I passed easily, helping everyone else in my group to understand the concepts that I had known for years. I still love doing Algebra, and if you need help with it, I would LOVE to help you. It's OK, my boyfriend who is in calculus had to have me help him with factoring too. [more]

Hello, my name is Dr. Kelly, and I am well versed in mathematics, physics, and the medical sciences. I got my undergraduate degrees in physics and economics and my doctor of naturopathic medicine degree from SCNM. I currently teach anatomy and physiology. I believe that a good tutor gets to know their student and understands what THEIR problems are and attends to them instead of just trying to hammer all the concepts into their head. In my experience, even the most abstract mathematical or ... [more]

As a professional Karate instructor for five years with a second degree black belt in Wado Karate, I have experience tutoring students of all ages, both in large groups and individually. As a high school Salutatorian, I am well versed in every area of general education, and I scored 5's (the highest possible) on no less than six Advanced Placement tests. I currently tutor half a dozen happy students in fields of History, Pre-Calculus, English, and Chemistry. As a college Valedictorian, from t... [more]

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