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Prealgebra sets the stage for moving the student from arithmetic to solving math problems using variables. This is a critical stage in the math development of students. I am adept at assessing students who are at this stage and setting them on a course for success. I am a current math tutor with the Visions in Education program of the San Juan Unified School District. In this position, I provide tutoring in algebra. I have coached Math Olympiads, which is aimed at the middle-school student. Similarly, the Bay Area Math Teacher's Circle, of which I am a long-term participant, focuses on [more]

I scored 100% on my Math SAT, and I have always been a Math tutor ever since I was in high school until I graduated college. I graduated from UC Davis in 2015 with a cum laude degree in Food Science. Ever since I was young, I have always excelled at math and chemistry, hence I picked Food Science as my major, as the subject uses a lot of Math and Chemistry. When I was in elementary school, I went to school in Indonesia and participated in many mathematics competitions until I was in high school. In high school, I was the appointed class tutor, so my classmates would always go to me for tutorin [more]

I am a highly successful high school physics and earth science teacher and tutor since 1996. I have been certified to teach physics and earth science/geosciences in three states including California. Courses that I have taught include Conceptual Physics, General Physics, Honors Physics, Advanced Placement Physics (both Calculus and non-Calculus based), Advanced Topics in Physics, Astronomy, Earth Science/Geoscience, Meteorology, Oceanography, Algebra Readiness, Algebra I, Algebra II and Pre... [more]

I have more than 10 years of teaching and tutoring experience. I am patient and make learning fun and easy. My formal education includes a bachelor's degree in Math from the University of Chicago with minor in Statistics, PhD coursework in Math at Cornell University, and a master's degree in Computer Science from Cornell University. You do not need to travel. I will come to your home and work with you in the environment you find most comfortable. I guarantee my work. If for any reas... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 326 ratings

I am an engineer by training so I?m very familiar and comfortable with a wide range of mathematical concepts, from Prealgebra to Geometry and Calculus to Differential Equations. I have also tutored several students over the years needing help with Math at both high school and college levels. GENERAL EXPERIENCE: As an undergraduate student at Florida International University (FIU) from 2001 to 2005, I often found myself tutoring my study groups in several subject areas, from Biochemistry to advanced Calculus, which greatly helped my performance in each class. By my senior year, I obtained a t [more]

Will travel 6 miles

$40 per hour.

4.98 571 ratings

I am a graduate of the University of Miami, Florida, achieving a B.S. and a M.S. degree, majoring in math. I have been tutoring math to students of all ages one-one-one since the early 1990s. My strength in teaching math is my ability to make abstract math understandable to students. After working with me, regular students of all ages or those who have different learning modalities will all find math easy. Confidence is an attitude that makes a world of difference in learning. I will change... [more]

I'm a graduate of U.C. Berkeley (Chemistry) and Stanford (M.S., Chemistry), and I've taught in high school and university classrooms and tutored privately since 1992. When I was at Stanford, my students gave me a teaching (T.A.) rating of 4.93/5.00, and I'm currently credentialed as a science and math teacher. While I was designing the ACT prep class at Oklahoma Christian School, a student asked me to help him get a perfect score of 36. One of my other students spoke up, saying, ?Your teache... [more]

My expertise in the elements of prealgebra are highlighted below: Fractions Fractions are parts of a whole. How can fractions be manipulated: compared and ordered, added, subtracted, multiplied and divided. How can we relate fractions with decimals and proportions. How can we tell when fractions are involved in the solving of word problems. How can we simplify fractions to their lowest terms. Long rectangular paper can be folded in different numbers of equal parts to show that certain sets of fractions are or are not equivalent. Manipulatives can be used to calculate fractional part [more]

I am currently a tutor for the Princeton Review, have taught at UCLA (TA), and have 11+ years of private tutoring experience working with tutoring companies in addition to test prep companies. I specialize in tutoring high school, middle, elementary, college, and adult students to prepare them for matriculation to the best universities/colleges/graduate programs and private middle/high schools possible. I stand as one of the top tutors on Wyzant in the U.S. and Bay Area (hours-per-month & ra... [more]

My goal is to teach my students *how* to learn so they no longer need to rely on me. In addition to three Clear California Teaching Credentials (Math, English, and Multiple Subject), I have many years of experience as a teacher. My primary love is language, but I consider that to include math. As Mrs. B., my high school algebra teacher said, "Math is the universal language." I have experience tutoring English, geometry, algebra, AP-Euro, AP-US, AP-English, and test prep for PSAT, SAT, ACT, ... [more]

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