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Prealgebra refers to the collection of mathematics concepts that students should know before learning algebra. Topics include arithmetic, number theory, negative numbers, fractions, percent, decimals, order of operations, factorization, multiples, exponents, and properties of operations. I have tutored many students in prealgebra over the past several years. I am an experienced, full-time tutor currently tutoring students from 1st grade level up to college level in Honolulu. I tutor a multitude of subjects, including English reading and writing, geometry, algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geogr [more]

For as long as I can remember, I've loved teaching. I began as a peer tutor of Spanish and math in high school, and later I made a living teaching English to locals and Japanese to fellow foreigners during the four years I lived in Japan after graduation from college. After returning to the U.S., I spent two years teaching "behind the scenes" as an author and editor of online accounting homework problems for Aplia (part of Cengage Learning). I now spend most of my days offering standardized t... [more]

I am one of the few people in the entire world to have scored an 800 on the SAT (revised standards). This unique differentiation has helped me to gain entrance to exceptionally selective schools like the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. To be honest, my I.Q is average. However, I have made up for this deficiency over my entire life through very hard work, perseverance, and by focusing upon basic math and science i... [more]

I am enthusiastic about tutoring math and physics, it's a joy to help students see the beauty of math and science. I have degrees in math and Physics from Southern Methodist Univeristy, a Masters in Physical Oceanography (think Physics of the Ocean) from UH and am in the process of earning my PhD. I've taught math and physics courses on the university and graduate levels as well as tutored students from elementary school all the way up to graduate school. I find working through problems ... [more]

I have been teaching 6th grade for the last 12 years. Preparing students for middle school math as well as private school standardized tests. I have been teaching for 14 years at the elementary level in the State of Hawaii Public school system. Prior to teaching in Hawaii, I spent 3 years teaching English in a Japanese high school on the JET Program. I am a graduate of Iolani School. I am also a devoted husband and father of three children, ages 7, 5 and 2. I have enjoyed the opportunities to work with students to help them succeed in different academic areas as well as infuse life l [more]

I am qualified to tutor in this subject because I tutored all levels of math while in high school (it was a requirement for both precalculus and AP calculus in high school). When I recently worked at a middle school, I tutored 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in math from Math 3 to Algebra 1. I am good at explaining math because it is logically intuitive to me. I am patient and take as long as it takes to explain new concepts to students because as long as they understand what they are doing, they will enjoy it. [more]

I have 14 years of experiences teaching in the State of Hawaii Department of Education. I previously taught at different middle schools and currently teaching at a high school. I participated in many State Mandated workshops throughout the year to develop and update teaching techniques and curriculum. I have been tutoring students privately for the past four years. I tutored one of my students for 4 years throughout her years in high school. I also tutored three other middle school student... [more]

Hi! Thank you for clicking on me! As a "Pre-Med" student at UC Santa Cruz, I discovered that all sciences are founded in physics, and I have taught the "Big Three; Biology, Chemistry and Physics" from 8th grade science through AP and Freshman College-level courses. I just transferred out of Carlsbad after 13 years of teaching Biology and Physics (through AP B Physics) at Punahou Academy in Honolulu, Hawaii and have returned to my beloved aina, Oahu. I have been chosen as a "Teacher Fellow" ... [more]

I am not an Engineer but I spent many years doing engineering work. From this experience I applied many math models to solve real world problems not only in engineering but also in business. I have a graduate degree in business management. I spent 25 years at HPU as a Management and Math professor. I believe that young people need to know why they are studying math. In my teaching style I like to incorporate real world examples to better understand the process. ... [more]

Hello! I am currently pursuing a bachelor of science degree in engineering. Currently enrolled at KCC and will be transferring to UH Manoa. I passed all math courses up to calculus with an A, as well as general physics, biology, and chemistry. I currently work as a notetaker for the disability support services at KCC and I really enjoy getting to help those students which is what made me interested in tutoring. I excelled in all my math courses which include algebra, trigonometry/precalc... [more]

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