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Will travel 10 miles

$38 per hour.

4.87 30 ratings

I tend to like the abstract... abstract art, abstract minds, abstract topics, etc. Perhaps abstract can be considered as "thinking out of the box." Algebra II is very much like that. It expounds upon the introduction of the abstract as presented in Algebra I; yet, in part II the mind must be able to retrain it's thinking to include what is extremely not normal... what is abstract! This is where I shine! Having a Bachelor's of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, I am knowledgeable in the sciences, but I specialize in Mathematics: Elementary and Middle school Math, High School Pre-Algebr [more]

Hi, I am a person who loves helping students understand Physics and Math and have been doing this for 50 years at both the high school and Junior college level. I have taught all levels of Physics and Math courses at these two type of schools. I may be old in years but I still love working with kids because they keep me feeling young and helping them is what I am all about. I have taught all high school and junior college math classes and have always had great results. I have always had... [more]

Both Algebra I and Algebra II pave the way for higher studies in mathematics. I can help you reinforce the skills you are seeking to acquire in the classroom and work your way past any troublesome concepts that interfere with your mastery of the material. I will draw on my experiences to help you develop a clear grasp of the material at each step of the way. Physics and mathematics can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be painful! With over 10 years teaching and tutoring experience in Physical Science, General Physics, and Engineering Physics, I know the many challenges students face. [more]

I'm Tyquanna. I graduated with a Bachelor's in Social Science Education from Bethune-Cookman University. During my internship, I enjoyed the personal connection that I made with the students. After graduating college, instead of becoming a teacher, I decided to tutor instead. This was I can give students a more personal and relaxed setting for a better understanding. As a tutor I use lesson plans to introduce the lesson in a fun and interactive way. This is a better personal approach than tea... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 1016 ratings

Hello. I'm a professional tutor for the greater Orlando area with years of experience. A lot of people do this on the side. This is my profession. My only job is to prepare you to meet your goals. I have a flexible teaching style that I can adapt to your needs. Do you want to truly master your subject? No problem! Do you need to get your grade and pass your class so you can get on with what you're really interested in? Also not a problem. I have the broadest subject certification of... [more]

I hold a BS degree in Engineering from Columbia University, School of Engineering and Applied Science. I have taken advanced courses in Mathematics and know the subject extremely well. I have tutored many students in advanced mathematics including Algebra II. I am patient and communicate well and will do my best to help you master the material. I am an experienced instructor and tutor. I have taught at high school, university and Fortune 500 companies. I hold a BS degree in Engineering from Columbia University, School of Engineering and Applied Science and an M.B.A. in Finance from New York Un [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$30 per hour.

4.96 48 ratings

The Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Education degrees that I received from the State University College at Cortland, New York has served me well in teaching at the high school and college level. Both of the degrees involved a specialization in Secondary Mathematics. Currently, I have certification to teach Math in the states of Florida and New York. Since moving to Florida in 1999, at different times I have taught classes from Developmental Math through Calculus 1. I have tau... [more]

I began tutoring in 2011 - my junior year of college. My academic background is in math and social sciences: psychology and education. Thus, my focus is on students struggling in math or preparing for standardized exams. Having studied for many different types of exams/ placement tests, I am well versed with the test prep process. I have successfully helped a student increase her SAT score that garnered her acceptance to one of Florida's top liberal arts schools. I draw on my life experiences... [more]

I am currently an ESL Teacher in an online platform, but want to maintain my knowledge in other areas. I obtained my Bachelor?s of Science in Biotechnology in December 2012 from the University of Central Florida. During the course of my studies, I learned to render statistical information with Excel, and increased my math skills up to Calculus II and Physics with Calculus II. The areas that I excel at include Biology, Chemistry/Organic Chemistry, and Algebra/Precalculus. I have been tutor... [more]

I taught Algebra 2 in a program at Rollins College, and tutored in Algebra 2 at a learning center in Lake Mary and Casselberry locations. I taught Beginning Algebra and Intermediate Algebra at Seminole State College and Valencia Community College, which contains much of the material found in Algebra 2. While I enjoyed teaching, I always loved and preferred the individualized interaction and engagement of tutoring. I feel that the tutoring environment is more conducive to meeting the individual student's needs and assessing the student's strengths and weaknesses. I approach tutoring in a struct [more]

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