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Algebra 2 is like when algebra grows up. The ideas are similar to those in algebra, but whole new parts are added. Solving for x becomes more involved. Some students get stuck here because the problems are no longer easily solved in their heads. I have tutored Algebra 2 for over 15 years, and helped as a TA to several hundreds of students in Algebra 2. I enjoy the fact that the problems become more involved and that they are the stepping stones for applied mathematics, theoretical mathematics, or just science. I understand that the sheer amount of new ideas can be overwhelming for any [more]

I trained as a teacher of Mathematics at the London University Institute of Education. My specialty was in the Secondary age range, which in the UK means from age 11 to age 18+, and I have taught all aspects of Mathematics, both Pure Math and Applied Math, ranging from Pre-Algebra to Calculus. Since coming to the USA I have tutored Math students at all levels and in all subjects with considerable success. I believe that students should become effective independent learners and I encourage them to understand their own strengths and areas for improvement. I then try to work with them to develo [more]

My name is Ethan, and I'm currently enrolled at UCSB. I have always had a knack for mathematics; the concepts presented in these classes generally come easily to me. I graduated from Foothill Technology High School in 2016 as Magna Cum Laude with a 4.2 GPA and a Silver Award for 70+ community service hours. While there in my senior year, I spent several hours a week volunteering as a peer tutor in the library, assisting other students mainly in the maths. The subjects I helped most with were... [more]

Having had tutors throughout my academic career, I understand the huge impact a tutor can make in a student's life. A great tutor not only helps a student feel more CONFIDENT about their study habits, but also challenges them to CONTINUE LEARNING about subjects that interest them. I'm MEL and I'd love to work with you and your family! I have over 10+ YEARS of private TUTORING EXPERIENCE in subjects such as MATH, ENGLISH, STUDY SKILLS, and SAT and ACT TEST PREP from PRE-K through COLLEGE. I s... [more]

Hi! I've been a tutor since high school, though my first paying tutoring gig turned up after I'd graduated and moved away for college. I've worked at college tutoring centers, private academies, and independently. My experience at tutoring centers was as a drop-in tutor -- students could arrive at the tutoring center without having made an appointment to receive a quick lesson or two. At the private academy, I was an SAT instructor for small classrooms, with no more than eight students per s... [more]

I have a degree in Math from UCSB, I taught Math at VC Community College, conducts Private Tutoring, and I teach homeschool students. I came from a family of teachers. Since 1999, I have taught Math to homeschooled students as well as to students at brick and mortar schools. I make teaching Math fun and exciting for my students. I incorporate the Waldorf style, Vedic Math style, and Kumon style approach, depending upon my student's requirements. I am multilingual (French, English). I have bachelor's and master's degrees in Applied Statistics from University of California, Santa Barbara (1999-2 [more]

I have 22 years experience in classroom teaching and tutoring. I am credentialed to teach any math or science course up to grade 12. I can also tutor many math, science, and social science college courses. I love working with middle and high school students, helping them to fulfill their full potential. I focus on a depth and understanding of the subject matter which will help enable your student's success in high school, college and beyond. There is so much diversity and dist... [more]

I've tutored algebra for about 2 years and a half under a MESA program at Ventura College. I've tutored high school and college students. What I've found really helpful when tutoring students in algebra is to show them the shortcuts they can take to simplify operations in the process of finding an answer. The ability to approach a problem through different methods is the key for success in any math-based subject. During the two years and a half that I've tutored as a volunteer at my community college (under a MESA program), I learned a lot from the inquiries that college students had and, as a [more]

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