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To me, the two most important subjects are math and reading. Those are used every day in everything we do. That is why I choose to tutor and to help students of all ages to be better able to communicate and function in their daily lives. With over 25 years of experience in tutoring all ages and all levels of math, from basics to Algebra I & II and Geometry, I find great pleasure in "making the light bulb go on" for a student. My students have a high rate of success; many go from failing t... [more]

When I first began tutoring, many students were in high school and middle school in need of help with Prealgebra. The topics of this course often need review for students at any level. In over two years of tutoring, I enjoy making sense of these topics for students who felt unsure for a long time. My favorite topics in this subject are slope-intercept form, transformations, and Pythagorean Theorem. Mathematics was not always my strong suit and often brought difficult challenges with success feeling impossible. Now having faced these hurdles and coming to enjoy math, what stands out as the most [more]

Pre-algebra is a time to review the fundamental concepts of mathematics and to begin honing the skills necessary to successful mastery of more future math courses. With the skills and knowledge I have gained with over 10 years of tutoring and teaching experience I can help you reinforce the foundation skills you have already acquired and in addition develop an understanding of the concepts and tools essential to mastering Algebra and beyond. Physics and mathematics can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be painful! With over 10 years teaching and tutoring experience in Physical Science, [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.98 276 ratings

I began tutoring in 2011 - my junior year of college. My academic background is in math and social sciences: psychology and education. Thus, my focus is on students struggling in math or preparing for standardized exams. Having studied for many different types of exams/ placement tests, I am well versed with the test prep process. I have successfully helped a student increase her SAT score that garnered her acceptance to one of Florida's top liberal arts schools. I draw on my life experiences... [more]

I hold a BS degree in Engineering from Columbia University, School of Engineering and Applied Science. I have taken advanced courses in Mathematics and know the subject extremely well. I have tutored many students in advanced mathematics and prealgebra as well. I cover the following material in Prealgebra: Review of natural number arithmetic, integers, fractions, decimals and negative numbers Factorization of natural numbers Properties of operations Roots and powers Rules of evaluation of expressions including operator precedence and use of parentheses Basics of equations, including rules f [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$36 per hour.

4.75 12 ratings

PreAlgebra is a transitional math subject, whereby the mind must be able to retrain it's thinking to include mathematical concepts so unlike the norm... abstract concepts and ways of thinking "out of the box." Often this is incomprehensible to many students (even adults) and becomes overwhelmingly frustrating to the point that the student gives up or simply fails the course. This is where I shine! For me, there is nothing more rewarding than to witness a student's journey from PreAlgebra frustration and failure to that of clarified understanding, achievement and undeniable success in the subje [more]

During my time as Instructor at Remington College, I was able to teach in group sessions (as well as on a one-on-one basis) a few Math courses involving pre-algebra concepts, such as evaluating and simplifying algebraic expressions, equations, scientific notation, ratios, conversions, graph interpretation, statistical concepts, etc. Today, I continue to tutor students with pre-algebra and algebra assignments and have witnessed very positive results. Thank you for your interest in my services! As an award-winning bilingual educator for the last 16+ years, I possess a natural gift to teach and c [more]

Hello! My name is Emily. I work as a teacher at the local zoo. I am a college graduate with a degree in Zoology. I have loved animals my entire life, and I sincerely enjoy teaching children to protect and appreciate the natural world. I love teaching people young, old, and every age in between. Are you a first-grader struggling with reading, or a high school student having issues understanding the stages of mitosis? Are you a college student who needs help building a phylogenetic tree, or a... [more]

I have used this type of mathematics predominantly in study in the GRE math section. With the mastery of pre algebra and arithmetic, I have scored a 164 (87%) on the quantitative section of the GRE, which heavily emphasizes this skill. When I was entering college from high school, I was a struggling C student initially. However, after encountering my German professor, I realized that the key in becoming a successful student is to have the right mentality. With this mentality change, I managed to get a 3.987 GPA at UCF, which was far better than my 2.3 in high school. During my time at Universi [more]

(The following description is geared as if you, the reader, are the student.) I love to be at the door of your learning and to welcome you into that new world. I have been tutoring for a long time (20+ years) and enjoy working with each new student. In the Washington, D.C. area, I tutored many students from many backgrounds and cultures. And, of course, I've tutored friends and neighbors, especially in test prep and mathematics. I have my name in famous test preparation books as a contributo... [more]

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