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Will travel 30 miles

$80 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]

Math is not hard, once you know how to do it. I loved math as a child because my math teacher made it easy to understand and fun to learn. I have adopted this same approach with my homeschooled children. My oldest entered college at age 15 and my other kids have tested at least 4 grades above their current grade level. Learning happens with effective teaching and a motivated learner. I teach for a living at my job, and can help you or your student meet your goals, whether that is improving yo... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$80 per hour.

4.98 451 ratings

Hi folks! My name is Ryan. I'm a full-time tutor and former physicist/astronomer with an excellent background in math, science, economics, and English composition. I have considerable teaching and tutoring experience at high school and college undergraduate levels. My primary subjects are physics, math (from Algebra 1 to Calc II), English writing, and SAT/ACT test prep. I also do some chemistry and economics. Availability Update: I will be out of town until Aug. 10, and Aug. 18-20. I've re... [more]

I taught math formally in school for a few years, but have been tutoring math up to Algebra II for over 10 years. I do it because I love it, and love helping people hate math less! If you feel overwhelmed, frustrated, or like crying or throwing things (or both), I promise you'll feel a billion times better after we talk. I'm a leadership and professional development executive with over 12 years of experience hiring and managing employees. I've hired hundreds of frontline employees, supervisors, managers, trainers, and staff as the Head of CX and as a contact center manager. I've also mana [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$70 per hour.

4.91 611 ratings

We will study prealgebra concepts including: natural number arithmetic, integers, fractions, decimals, negative numbers, operator precedence (PEMDAS), and factorization of natural numbers. We will also study properties of operations such as associativity and distributivity. Lastly, we will cover square roots, powers, and the coordinate plane. I believe students should be confident in their math skills. By getting good grades in school, their options in life (e.g. jobs, career paths) are kept open. I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the proble [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$52 per hour.

4.8 563 ratings

Together, we will master the following topics: 1. Introduction to Algebra 2. Integers and Rational Numbers 3. Equations 4. Inequalities 5. Exponents and Polynomials 6. Polynomials and Factoring 7. Graphs and Linear Equations 8. Systems of Equations 9. Inequalities and Absolute Value 10. Rational Expressions and Equations 11. Radical Expressions and Equations 12. Relations and Functions 13. Quadratic Equations 14. Trigonometry 15. Probability and Statistics I love to help students to learn math. Each student is different, so I often adjust my teaching method for each individual. I always try t [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.89 319 ratings

Pre algebra prepares students for the most fun, and challenging and applied areas of mathematics: Algebra. From fractions and ratios, to integers, decimals, factorization, negative numbers, natural numbers. All that good stuff that makes mathematics work! I have an undergraduate degree from CSU Fullerton in Mathematics and Statistics with a Finance Cognate. I helped run the Math tutoring lab for almost 5 years, and have been tutoring for longer than that, having worked for 3 different companies before I started my own business. Having tutored many students in mathematics, I have covered subjec [more]

After having worked 30 years as an engineer for major aerospace firms, I have recently decided to retire. I can now pursue the things I like to do. One of things I like to do is to tutor. I love working with people, especially when they see significant improvement because of my help. I have been successfully tutoring the last six years and have helped many people along the way.... [more]

Tutoring in math used to primarily begin with a diagnostic test. However, more and more, I am just spending time with the kids. As I watch them, it becomes apparent what they get tripped up over. In pre-algebra this often equates to helping them visually picture the problem and plan out how to solve it. Also, observing comfort with multiplication times table, and basic math concepts becomes key. Watching them complete school homework and helping them check it, then reteaching where needed commonly plays out over and over again. Overall though, I find most kids need encouragement and so [more]

Hi! I am Anna! During the week, I work as an architectural designer at an architecture firm. I recently graduated from my Master's in Architecture. During my undergraduate studies I double majored in both Political Science and Asian Literature & Culture. I am fluent in Japanese and have passed the highest proficiency level - N1 for the JLPT . I played in the Intercollegiate level Division I Tennis Team as a student-athlete. I consider myself a jack-of-all-trades. I am positive I can further ... [more]

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