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The principles required for mastery of both Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 are identical. The expression of these principles, however, is a little different. The hurdles people usually confront with Algebra 2 come mainly from their relying on memorizing procedures and rules. The only problem with that is as you memorize more and more material, you'll eventually come to a point where you'll have trouble distinguishing one formula from another and even when to apply them. To excel in math is to comprehend, and that's exactly what I help my students do. We build from the fundamentals and continue bui [more]

My name is Etna, I am 21 years old and recently graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelors of Science in Biomedical Sciences and a Bachelors of Science in Public Health. During my college career, I have tutored students ranging from the ages of 4 to 17. I was also a Early Childhood Center teacher, working with children between the ages of 2 - 5. I will be applying to medical school next year and I am looking to work as a tutor during this school year. I have tutor... [more]

I have tutored students in Algebra 2 for regular Algebra 2, Honors Algebra 2, or intensive Algebra 2. I also tutor for tests that include Algebra 2 concepts: SAT-Math (see separate description), ACT-Math (see description), EOC-Algebra 2, etc. I provide help for internet-based assignments and programs as well: FLVS, ALEKS, MyLabsPlus, IXL, MathXL, etc. I also tutor college students in College Algebra (MAT/MAC 1105). For Algebra 2, I want to serve as a guide. My first goal is to explain notions. Algebra 2 is much more complex than Algebra 1, and it is critical to understand notions to apply the [more]

Tom S. received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Miami. Since then he has worked as an electrical engineer designing state-of-the-art systems for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Consequently, he joined the PhD program in Civil Engineering at the University of Miami (UM), Coral Gables, Florida in 2016. He is currently a PhD candidate and still maintains his position at NOAA. His research interests include Computational Fluid Dynamics, Buildi... [more]

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$50 per hour.

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I have taught and tutored Mathematics for over 20 years, including Algebra 2. I have a Science degree and hold a Master degree in Education. Dear Student: Welcome to my home page. My name is Rocio M. I have been a teacher for more than 20 years; I have taught Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and for almost 10 years, Spanish, SAT/ACT preparation and English as a second language. I have also translated a couple of books and manuals into Spanish. I earned a master's degree in Education after an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry. As for my teaching philosophy, I do my best to to make the s [more]

I've been teaching algebra 2 the past two years. I love helping students get a better understanding of mathematics. I've been teaching in the Miami area for over 10 years now. Every student that I have ever tutored has improved significantly in math. I could guarantee grasp of knowledge of the particular concept we're working on within the hour of the session. My goal is to help students in my community love mathematics. I, myself, am a mathematics major so I know the content. I work mostly with middle school and high school students. I'm... [more]

I have been teaching at a center school for the past 9 years. During my teaching career I was fortunate enough to have different kinds of students from regular education to ADHD and SLD. This diverse student body enabled me to constantly adapt to specific student needs. My teaching assignments have mostly been math, but I have also taught reading and science. I have been exposed to different types of learners and I love it! I strive to tailor my teaching to their needs. One question that... [more]

What I have come to learn about physics, and our world, I learned through hard work, dedication, and curiosity. My passion for physics has allowed me to view what should be complicated as simple and quite wonderful. I love asking the difficult questions, and love to answer them even more. However, it's not my ability to understand physics which makes me happiest, but my ability to spread this understanding! Few students come to understand that learning physics is not about blindly following p... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

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If elementary through middle school math or algebra is being a speed bump, I will help break down the speed bump and make sure the road to success is a smooth drive. I have material for all topics covered in middle school math. My goal is to make the student understand the concepts not memorize them. Ever since I was in public school, I always understood the math concepts and was able to help my classmates along the way. I started substitute teaching in 2010 and have been working towards be... [more]

I'm currently a junior at Florida International University. I've been a private tutor for couple of years now and all of my students have improved with my help. My plan is to finish my B.S. degree in Chemistry and apply to pharmacy school. For now, I'm still finishing up my pre requisite courses at FIU. I would love to help students that need help in basic algebra, college algebra, and also anatomy and physiology. For many students going into the medical field, anatomy and physiology is ... [more]

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