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Algebra II is an advanced form of algebra (obviously), and it was one of my favorite classes. While basic algebra can be used everyday, Algebra II is even more applicable to real math problems you will encounter and is SO useful to know for science classes. This is one of my favorite topics to tutor, and it is often done in conjunction with Trigonometry. My name is Jessie and I am brilliant at tutoring! I have years of experience and am committed to helping you succeed. Let me, a well-rounded engineer, help you master math and science. You are taking a math or science class and the concepts [more]

I'm a Nuclear Engineer in the Navy and also Majored in Computer Science, so I've been using math in its practical applications in the real world. I also passed Calculus I and II in high school so I've had a good handle on math from an early age, including Algebra 2. I've always had a passion for math. I've been tutoring the kids older than me throughout school. I finished Calculus I and II in high school. As a Naval Officer and Nuclear Engineer, I've had the opportunity to apply math throughout my career. Helping students be more comfortable with mathematical concepts is my goal. I complete [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]

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]

Topics I can help with include, but are not limited to: radicals, exponents, rational expressions, concepts of relations and functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear and quadratic functions, and the solutions of equations from these topics. I've taught college level Chemistry and Organic Chemistry at the Community Colleges since 1998. My expertise is in developing entire courses and designing labs for both Organic and General Chemistry. My tutoring experience started back in 1994 teaching both SAT and GRE study techniques. Because I understand how all disciplines are truly inte [more]

Math has always been one of my strong subjects. I have taken numerous of math classes throughout my academic career, in which I have excelled in all of them. Algebra II covers many mathematical concepts, which require time and attention. By this time students should be familiar with algebra I. Therefore, my objective is to explain new concepts and break them down into material they already know. Plus, I can provide students with useful study habits I have implemented in order to succeed in any math class. [more]

After competing in national math tournaments in high school and taking BC Calculus in the 10th grade, I enrolled at Harvard College where I graduated in four years with both bachelor's and master's degrees in Applied Math with a focus in economics. I subsequently studied at Georgia Tech's business school where I received a master's degree in strategic management. I currently work in San Diego as a financial analyst. My focus when tutoring is on helping students learn by doing, not by ... [more]

I graduated from UCSD last June with a BA in Literature and Writing and a minor in Spanish Literature. I have tutored students in all areas of both the SAT and ACT for a little over two years, as well as all levels of Spanish. Test prep is no fun for students, and I strive to make it at least not a horrible experience. (I do assign homework, however.) I also remember what it is like to learn Spanish as a non-native speaker, and have a lot of strategies to make my students' work less tedious a... [more]

I am currently looking to make a move toward the path of educating and ensuring the generation of tomorrow are better suited for the trials and tribulations they will encounter. I have always, and always will, have a passion for the academia. I started tutoring in high school (Imperial High School) where I was a lead tutor of the Math Academy. This was an after school program which reinforced student's knowledge of math completely. I have taught subjects ranging from pre-algebra all the way u... [more]

My name is Vy, and I am currently a math major student in college. Growing up and obtaining most of my education in Asia. At first, I thought it would be a disadvantage for me to pursue a degree in Mathematics in the U.S due to the difference in how math is taught here and in Asia, but it soon turned out it is actually an advantage! The theoretical, sophisticated approach from Asia helps me understand the subjects very thoroughly, and the more hand-ons, more applicable approach here strongly... [more]

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