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If the student does not have the fundamentals of Algebra, this is the moment to reinforce concepts before moving on with the Algebra 2 syllabus. Important concepts such as quadratic functions and their applications in real world problems are covered in Algebra 2. Introduction to probabilities and statistics are also covered here. Concepts and Algebra properties learned in Algebra 1 are continuously applied in solving Algebra 2 problems. Algebra 2 is also a gateway to Pre-Calculus which makes this subject an interesting bridge to higher level math subjects. [more]

I was paid to help teach middle and high school students math, physics, chemistry, psychology, neuroscience, forensic science, and law at a summer camp sponsored by UCI this last summer. I just graduated from UCSD with a B.S. in Physiology and Neuroscience. My GPA was 3.75. I'm currently completing a gap year before I begin medical school in August. In college, I was a volunteer tutor for a student organization in which I taught organic chemistry and physiology. I also was a Teaching Assistant in a Metabolic Brain Disorders course during which I was responsible for the learning of 40 students. [more]

Susan loves tutoring Algebra 2 and knows Common Core math. She is an excellent, patient and caring tutor. One of Wyzant's Top 100 tutors. Susan loves tutoring math! She's professional & patient. She has a passion for tutoring & works great with students as she wants them to be successful. She has over 11,890 hours tutoring full-time and is extremely experienced. She tutors all levels of math, Common Core math, pre-algebra, algebra I,II, geometry, pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics, and college algebra. She also successfully and effectively tutors for the ACT math, SAT math and PSAT ex [more]

At Cal State Fullerton, I taught Algebra II to a class of mostly international students. My students were comfortable asking me questions and coming to me during office hours for extra help. At Norco College, I regularly tutored Algebra II and had many students who would specifically ask for me because I was patient and explained ideas clearly. I have learned multiple ways of explaining the same concept so that I can communicate effectively with different students. My passion for mathematics began when I was in 11th grade. As a homeschooled student, I had a flexible schedule which allowed me [more]

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Certification test passed with 100% score. Algebra 2 is where you build upon the foundation established in Algebra 1. Topics include linear and quadratic equations, functions and inverses, graphing and translating, exponents, radicals and logarithms. I can help you with these. So much of Math is an application of functions and a good knowledge of Algebra will serve you well and provide an excellent foundation if you go on to take Trigonometry, Precalculus and Calculus. I am formerly a member of staff at Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, California, where I tutored Mathematics and Chemi [more]

The topics covered in this course range from factoring to probability to conics. It requires some mental stamina to keep it all in perspective. But the techniques in this course are essential for more advanced science and math courses. Because I also teach the more advanced subjects I can help develop and keep these skills for future purposes. I have been around instructors for my entire life. My mother was a general tutor for the neighborhood and I helped her when our small apartment was stuffed with children and textbooks, writing, reading and aiding them with math after my own homework was [more]

I am a UCI honors graduate in mathematics with a minor in computer science. I started tutoring as a favor for a friend and have found that tutoring is one of the most rewarding experiences I can have. Many of my students have gone from D's with no understanding to A's with the ability to peer tutor their classmates. It is always wonderful to enter a student's home and hear "I got an A on the test!" or "the teacher says I am her most improved student." I look for the concepts that students... [more]

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Graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Mathematics can only begin to demonstrate my passion for math. I believe understanding mathematical concepts is crucial for success in life, no matter what your long term goals are! Critical thinking can be used anywhere. I am an energetic person who has always liked learning and has always enjoyed the chance to teach others. I take tutoring seriously and expect a student to do the same. I also would want students to enjoy the process and of co... [more]

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Math can be tough. Indeed, learning how to deal with the mental knots frustration we tie ourselves in is just as important as understanding how to determine the end behavior of cubic functions. With my holistic approach, I help my students with the math, yes, but I help them even more to learn how to teach themselves. This is my gift. Kathryn is a professional private tutor who spends her life helping students understand tough concepts in math and science. She is an aficionado of these subjects herself, having spent a rigorous four years at Harvey Mudd College, where she received her BS in Mol [more]

I have been a tutor for Math and Farsi for about 15 years now. I used to work for an institution in LA while working as a private tutor as well. Now, due to my busy schedule and high demand I only do private and small group tutoring. I am good with children, having two of my own. My teaching techniques are effective and fun and my students have a great time while learning new things. I usually work with Elementary and Middle School students. My focus areas are general Math, Geometry, Algebr... [more]

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