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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]

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Hi! My name is Alexandria. I have a lot of experience tutoring, from helping my own siblings with their homeschool work, to being a private tutor for kids of each age group, up through high school. Currently, I work for an after school program, where I am a tutor for 7th and 8th traders who need homework help. I am going to school to become a middle school math teacher, and I absolutely love math. I will be graduating with my Bachelors degree this December, and then starting my teaching crede... [more]

Graduated high school with precalculus achievement and have finished college with a high understanding and completion of college level mathematics. I have been helping my younger brother and sister with their math homework and test for years which has helped me to improve my tutoring skills in the subject. I am currently graduating with a bachelors in kinesiology. My experience with a broad amount of subjects has been rigorous due to my educational achievements and I hope to use this knowledge to helps others succeed and become better students. I have coached highschool students and tutored m [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]

I am a college-student at Palomar. I do have experience tutoring other classmates and my friends siblings. The aspect of tutoring that I love is finding ways to relate difficult concepts to a students particular interests or hobbies, in an attempt to simplify topics. I fell anybody can learn any topic if explained in the right way.... [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]

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]

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