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I have experience tutoring about the properties of rational polynomials, synthetic division and long division of polynomials, algebra with imaginary numbers, etc. I have a BS in Mathematics from the University of California, Riverside. I also attended California State University, San Marcos as a graduate student in Mathematics; the degree is incomplete and I discontinued the program. I've been tutoring since December 2013. I've tutored all ages, K through college. I'm currently employed as a tutor in a group center and so I will have to work around that schedule. I am available Monday thr [more]

I have a Ph.D and M.S. in biochemistry, my specialty being bio-organic chemistry. I was a professor at a prestigious four-year liberal arts college where I taught upper division biochemistry and organic chemistry. I have taught and tutored chemistry at MSJC and other colleges. I LOVE teaching, and always have from the very beginning. There is no greater fulfillment than helping a student to achieve their academic goals. My teaching specialty is taking the fear out of chemistry- particularly o... [more]

I have tutored several students in Algebra 2, including one student who did the class all online. In my first year of teaching, I also taught 2 periods of Algebra 2 and I helped teach a college-level equivalence of Algebra 2 while in college. I have my BS in Mathematics from Cal Baptist in Riverside, as well as my teaching credential. I also have my Master's of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, from Concordia University Portland. I have been tutoring since high school, and have been teaching full-time for 5 years now.... [more]

Hello, my name is Emily and I am currently a student at Adelphi University majoring in Dentistry through a 7-year joint degree program with New York University College of Dentistry. I have just finished my first year of college with a cumulative GPA of 3.99/4.0. I have taken classes such as General Biology, Chemistry, Statistics, Art and Craft of Writing, and Psychology. Prior to attending Adelphi University, I have been accepted to Boston College as an Education major in addition to Univ... [more]

For the entirety of my Freshman year at Boston College, I worked at the Teen Center of St. Peter's tutoring kids from the 6th grade to the 12th. There I specialized in math, English, and elementary Spanish. I am very eager to assist you with your academic goals at a reasonable price unlike others on this website. During my years in high school I completed 6 years worth of Math Courses (AP and Dual). My areas of study include calculus, AP Statistics, Business Statistics, College Pre-Calc, C... [more]

Hello, my name is Trinidad I have been tutoring for over three years. I am a 21 year old chemistry major/math minor attending classes at Mt. San Jacinto College. What makes me an excellent math and chemistry tutor is my years of experience coupled with me taking Calculus and college level Chemistry and developing extensive knowledge and a deeper understanding of the foundation needed in order to excel. During my experience at school I have come to realize that any subject can be made enjoyabl... [more]

I have never taught Algebra professionally but I take great pride in the fact that I did tutor my daughter many years ago. Her most difficult subject became her strongest and she is now a college professor in mathematics. I am a retired Computer Programmer. I ran my own company for over 25 years. I designed and marketed 2 software packages that are used in aerospace world-wide. When my daughter was growing up, she did not understand new math. I was able to teach her math the old way. Today, she is a college professor teaching algebra. I can help a student understand the value of wha [more]

I am pragmatic, and focus first on improving student grades. I have about two years of math tutoring experience covering middle-school through university level mathematics. Algebra I introduces students to a language which generalizes arithmetic. Algebra II teaches more of this language. Like a language there is a syntax, and these include the rules for transforming one formula to another toward the end, usually, of solving for x. The rules are grounded in arithmetic, and a combination of pointing this out and practice helps students master in Algebra II higher-order polynomials and logs. Aga [more]

Math is my passion, and I have pursued it since I realized I loved it back in fifth grade. I entered college wanted to expand my knowledge of math beyond the AP Calculus class I took in high school, and that led me to choosing my career of being and aerospace engineer. To this day, math is still my passion, and I have tried to excite today's youth with the same passion I have in math. I started tutoring as a sophomore in high school, and created a small business of my own my sophomore year of... [more]

I taught algebra 2 for most of my 35 years teaching in LA County and for the last several years I have been working for Wyzant tutoring math and science in this area. I am experienced with the curriculum the local districts use and have a lot of supplemental work to help with remediation if needed. I also have experience helping students do well on state and college entrance tests like the SAT. During a typical tutoring session, I will first help the student finish any homework assignment or prepare for a test. Then I will offer any extra practice that is needed and work on study habits a [more]

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