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Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.94 53 ratings

I have a Master's degree in Math Education and have been teaching and tutoring Algebra II for 25 years. Math is not the enemy ? I promise! With more than 25 years of experience teaching and tutoring Math, I've helped thousands of students better understand, apply, and even enjoy, Math. My background includes working in public and private middle and high schools, teaching elementary Math educators how to work with their students, teaching college level courses and tutoring students from 8 ? 89 years old. In every instance, my goal is to engage students in active learning and build their conf [more]

I am a Mechanical Engineer and math teacher, including Algebra 2. Hello! I see that you are in need of a tutor or perhaps you are searching for a tutor on behalf of someone else! Well you have come to the right place! My name is Kayla and I am here to help you become successful! I have a bachelor's in mechanical engineering and a master's in engineering management. With all my extensive training in mathematics, I like to call myself a Math Coach. I would love to help you prepare for your studies. Engineering has provided me with great problem solving techni... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.95 589 ratings

Algebra II and college algebra have similar curricula. I have been tutoring and teaching Algebra II/college Algebra for the last 11 years, and also taught some home-study high school students utilizing research-based techniques for more personalized approaches to understanding Algebra I & II. Some Algebra II curricula overlap with Algebra I such as equation/inequalities, linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic, inverse function, rational expression, complex number, and matrices. [more]

I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics. I have taken courses through Calculus III. Also I frequently tutor students taking all ranges of Algebra courses. I have a passion for math, thus having a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. I likewise have a passion to promote learning and education. I have tutored different Mathematics courses since I was a Freshman in college. All of the students I have tutored have success stories. Some of my methods include maintaining a detailed notebook with notes, formulas, and practice/homework problems to help mandate the overall comprehension of the bas [more]

I am a very successful student, and although I am only a college kid I am highly qualified to tutor. I graduated third in my class and tutored friends and others all throughout high school. I graduated as both a National Merit Scholar, placing me in the top 1% of all high school students in the nation, and a Georgia Scholar. I entered college as a sophomore with 40 credit hours, and I am continuing to thrive alongside the older students in my classes. My main goal in tutoring is to draw stud... [more]

Hello, my name is Sybille and I am a sophomore studying at Mercer University. I am double majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and German. I absolutely love tutoring and have been doing so for over 5 years now. I tutored underclassmen while in high school and I also tutored at Kumon - After School Math & Reading Program and I enjoyed doing both so much! Currently, I worked with Tutors - America Reads / America Counts at a local elementary school and at the Boys and Girls Club in Ma... [more]

I am currently a student at Mercer University studying to be a Mechanical Engineer with a minor in math. I have helped fellow students in various subject areas; however, I am best suited to help students fulfill their math, reading, and writing needs. Throughout high school, I regularly tutored peers in Pre-Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus. Additionally, I helped edit other student's papers and help them improve their scores. When it comes to how I approach tutoring, I have a three-step proce... [more]

Hello! I am a (somewhat recent) graduate from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Mathematics currently working in the financial sector. While in my undergraduate, I became aware that office hours were a necessity with certain subject areas. You see, while class was sufficient to cover the required teaching material, there was simply enough time to ensure that every student was retaining the information the way they should. Much in the same fashion, I believe that having the extra time t... [more]

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