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Sometimes students just don't feel quite up to the task of an advanced course. I identify with those students since I've had the same experience. But since I also figured out how to salvage situations like this, I can help you do the same. I have years of experience in tutoring students in both high-school and college-level algebra, and I would be happy to help you, too. I have more than 30 years' experience teaching at the high school and university levels. I love my students and flourished working in the classroom. Now I am free to give each student the attention that he or she deser [more]

Will travel 17 miles

$50 per hour.

4.97 128 ratings

Although I love to learn, I thoroughly enjoy helping others to find their potential and see them succeed! I have tutored privately for the past two and a half years. Prior to that, I was honored enough to be selected as a physics Peer Learning Assistant through the Women in Engineering grant at my community college. As a recent magna cum laude graduate, I understand the difficulty presented by certain coursework that sometimes makes success seem insurmountable. My time as an undergraduate tut... [more]

My entire life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. Throughout high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. After high school I attended the University of Oregon for a B.A. in Economics, with a minor in Mathematics, and a GPA of 3.67. In tutoring, I first focus on understanding exactly what a student is having trouble with, then use a ... [more]

My passion to teach goes back a long way to my school and college days when I used to not only tutor, but mentor students and classmates to make sure they develop a conceptual understanding of the lesson. This passion to teach has only grown with time, even working as an Information Technology executive over the years, I have contributed towards the success of many high school and college students by teaching math and physics, including my two children throughout their academic career ?one ... [more]

I have taught all levels of math for over 20 years in Portland. I have spent the past 4 years tutoring high school students through all Algebra levels, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus and Calculus. I specialize in helping students who learn visually and verbally, not just symbolically. My fall schedule is filling up. I have a couple of random evening times for ?math emergencies.? I have morning and early afternoon times. Due to the time difference, this works very well for East Coast students online. A bit about me... I didn't start out with the thought of being a teacher. I followe [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.93 15 ratings

I would be more than happy to be your next tutor. I know that I can bring my strong educational and professional experiences to generate logical connections between the beautiful language of Mathematics and Physics. My educational experiences has lead to understanding nature at the "nano" level and further into the Quantum level while using a full range of Mathematics to conceptualize and describe each problem. In addition with my research background in atomic and nano physics, I know the imp... [more]

Usually, students will learn Algebra 2 in their high school years. Understanding Algebra 2 is quite important since success in College Algebra and/or Pre-Calculus depends on understanding Algebra 2. Also, ACT and SAT Math both test Algebra 2. Having taught this subject for over 10 years, I can help you whether you are struggling on this math subject or want to ace it. In 1998, I started tutoring 3 young kids just to earn extra money as a high schooler, and by 2002, I was doing this as as a full time career with 20+ regular students. Who would have thought that tutoring would become my passion [more]

One of the best parts about Algebra II is that you finish numbers! The geometry and algebra keep going on into the stratosphere of calculus and variations and multiple dimensions &tc, but at least one big chunk of math wraps up; the imaginary number i "completes" algebra. (And actually, it does exist, it isn't merely a symbol or concept.) I first tutored a friend with her algebra in 1987. Since then I've taken a degree in physics and if you google 'sangaku' you'll see one of my favorite types of algebra puzzle. If the roots and quadratics and polynomials and exponents and rational expre [more]

Throughout my academic career, I received straight A's in math courses through college-level multivariable calculus. I received a 5 on my AP Calculus BC exam which allowed me to enter college in an Accelerated Calculus class. These courses required a thorough understanding of algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric principles. I am extremely comfortable explaining and interpreting algebra 2 problems to students and believe that this is an area where I can help student to excel. I recently graduated from Oregon State University with a master's degree in Marine Resource Management. Before that, [more]

I have always been above average at math. I finished 2 years of calculus in high school (during which I tutored some class mates) but I'm also aware that gifts come on a spectrum. I've been given great opportunities that allow me to better connect with people that I am working with and don't make them feel bad. For example, I was in my second year of calculus at 17 years old. For many people who struggle at math, that would be intimidating, but a 12 year old taught the class. I've also worked... [more]

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