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Will travel 30 miles

$100 per hour.

4.87 386 ratings

Hello prospective students (and parents, spouses, or loved ones), My goal as a tutor is not just to teach you just enough to let you pass that next exam. I work with my students so that they not only know the material that we are covering, but also so that they understand the meaning of the material, the background behind it, and how to apply it in the real world. This allows for my students to handle those really difficult problems where they have to not just recite what was learned, but us... [more]

I started out my tutoring career with algebra 2 and have helped students in all levels. I now specialize in online tutoring and make algebra lessons run smoothly and very efficiently. I help students learn to complete each step carefully and make sure it is logical before moving on to the next. By teaching students to attack difficult problems using lots of easy baby steps, they quickly gain the confidence to approach any problems on their own. In less than 3 years of study, I graduated with honors from UC Berkeley in 2012 and was inducted into Psi Chi, The International Psychology Honors Soci [more]

Hello! My name is Nick and I am an Emory University graduate with a degree in environmental science. Frankly, I love learning, and I spend most of my free time reading books. I believe the pursuit of knowledge to be the greatest pursuit in life and I hope to instill this mindset into each and every student that I mentor. My success is derived not only from teaching the material to students but from also sparking a genuine interest in the material. My greatest strength lies in my ability to ga... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

4.89 177 ratings

By making a connection to familiar concepts and formulas from Algebra 1 and Geometry, I have helped many students understand Algebra 2. My academic background includes studying Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus at PV High School, and studying Calculus while attending USC. I have helped students better understand parent functions, transformations, quadratic equations, imaginary numbers, polynomials, synthetic division, graphing, exponents and logarithms. Hello, my name is Michael, and I am a currently licensed teacher with a California clear credential and over 8 years of class [more]

Hello! I?m Emma - cat photographer? macaroon baker? and engineering tutor. I tutor structural engineering and other civil or mechanical engineering courses. If you are studying statics, dynamics, strength of materials, or structural analysis, I can help! I graduated from MIT with BS in civil engineering, am certified as a mechanical engineer-in-training, and have over 4000 hours of experience as a tutor. More importantly, I?ve had great success helping students achieve their goals, w... [more]

I received a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics, and a Masters of Science in Operations Research. Throughout my college and grad school, I tutored math to many students. The subjects include Calculus, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Physics, Operations Research, Probability and Statistics, where I received only A's. I enjoy working with the students to think through the process to reach the solution to a given problem. Every student t... [more]

My name is Milan and I have been a tutor for over 7 years now! I first started tutoring at my community college through a tutoring program by our mathematics department. I quickly realized I had a knack for tutoring because of my unique tutoring methods. I like to enjoy expanding on concepts in mathematics and social sciences so much so that I chose my major because of those subjects. I graduated from University of California, Davis where I studied Managerial Economics and Statistics. Since I... [more]

I have a Master's in Electrical and Computer Engineering and love to spread the word about this degree. I really enjoy teaching technical concepts and have been complimented for my simple explanations of complex ideas. I excel at creating student specific analogies so they can grasp the higher level concepts and relate the ideas to their own personal life. I know how to have fun while doing work, and offer a lighthearted work environment. I have two other degrees in addition to my Master's... [more]

Before I decided to work as a full-time tutor, I taught HS algebra-2 nearly every semester because I was that good. But, because I had low seniority, I was given the students other teachers didn?t want to teach... students who didn?t naturally ?get math?... students who were tougher to teach because they struggled. I learned from my students that their problems stemmed from poor teaching/bad situations before that had caused gaps in their learning and I learned how to fix those problems while I taught them algebra 2 at the same time. I not only know how to teach graphing and how functions and [more]

Will travel 4 miles

$150 per hour.

4.98 124 ratings

Okay, first question. Which is more, 5 * 7 or 6 * 6? How about 13 * 15 or 14 * 14? What about 25 * 27 or 26 * 26? See any sort of pattern? Can you prove that this pattern holds true for all integers? Algebra can help you! FOIL is all you need here, but it takes some cleverness to set up the proof. If you figure that one out, the next question is how does this pattern relate to the areas of rectangles and squares? Mathematics is all about patterns, and patterns can be pretty awesome. Algebra II extends the concepts of Algebra I to make us more powerful problem-solvers. [more]

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