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The first pre-algebra topic to focus on is knowing and understanding types of numbers, such as integers, fractions, decimals and negative numbers. Once that is clear you will be able to use various operational properties like the commutative, associative, and distributive properties. Generally, the topics most students have issues with and that I can help to demystify are how to identify constants and variables in basic equations, properly using exponentiation, ratios, logarithms, and simplifying radicals. Science related math concepts in pre-algebra that I can clarify for students include [more]

I have been tutoring math and chemistry for numerous years. I have tutored students since I was in junior high school and continued through college. My major in college was chemical engineering. I have experience with students of all ages. Everyone I have worked with has increased their grade by at least two to three grade letters. The people I have worked with and for have always been happy with my services and are especially pleased with the level of patience I exhibit when tutoring. P... [more]

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$75 per hour.

4.98 122 ratings

Hello students! I have been tutoring for the last 10 years and love it. My goal is to make math less intimidating by using logic in combination with real life examples to make the numbers make sense. Most people are able to fall back on these tactics in test scenarios so that they not only understand the method to solve the problems, but have a back-up plan in case they suddenly blank. Of course there will always be some memorization involved, but I try to keep that to a minimum! As so... [more]

Prealgebra is the area between arithmetic and Algebra I where students learn how to work with variables, balance equations and find the value of unknowns. It is based on just several core principles that I use with all of my Algebra and test-prep students. Hello! My name is Iulia (pronounced Yulia) and I am a tutor because I love to help people increase their understanding and proficiency in academic subjects, but also because in doing so I help people dissect problems and evaluate them, helping to build students' reasoning, problem solving and communication skills - abilities that are necess [more]

Will travel 16 miles

$60 per hour.

4.92 399 ratings

I have taught at various levels for most of my life. While in high school and through undergraduate school I taught swimming lesson to children and adults. I was a laboratory instructor at the University of Delaware when I was finishing my doctoral work, where I instructed sophomore to 5th year seniors in a chemistry lab. I have experience working a a tutor. As a tutor I have worked with middle school and high school students in both the sciences and math. The sciences I have instructed ... [more]

I have considerable experience helping middle and high school students understand and learn pre-algebra as well as algebra. Subjects that I have taught or tutored include: Math, physics, chemistry, astronomy, photography, MS Office, AutoCAD, graphics, and electrical and computer engineering. I am a Delaware Certified Teacher in Computer science, physics, and mathematics. I am highly qualified and taught eleven years in a math-science public charter high school. I have a Ph.D. in engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University and spent many years in industry solving difficult, one-of-a-kind pro [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 400 ratings

Well hello there! My name is Christie. I'm a 28-year-old college graduate from Arcadia University, and I have recently completed my Master's in Business Administration with the University of Phoenix. I am young, vibrant, energetic and GREAT with kids! I have experience tutoring people of all ages, and I love helping students learn and grow. My strengths are math, writing and computer skills, but I'm flexible and willing to learn and grow with the students I work with as well. My strengths ... [more]

Hello! Thank you for considering me to assist you with your math needs. My most effective tool in helping you address your challenges is patience! I know you are smart enough to get it, I just need to help you realize that too. I am currently an adjunct instructor at Wilmington University teaching college algebra and statistics. I appreciate their student-centered approach to learning and have incorporated this philosophy into my practice. My patience and passion for math have been develop... [more]

Thank you for considering me as a prospective tutor. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Delaware. The Environmental Science curriculum included a mix of physical and natural sciences: introductory coursework in biology and chemistry, along with more advanced coursework in physical geography and geology. I have professional experience as a substitute teacher, an assistant teacher naturalist, as well as in stream water quality monitoring and ... [more]

I have been tutoring adults and children in basic math for four years. My students range from third grade through high school, as well as, adults needing to learn math basic skills in order to qualify for a variety of jobs. I have always done very well on standardized math exams, such as the SAT test and Praxis I Math. I tutored students in math when I was in college. I have also taught high school chemistry and physics and college freshman chemistry problem-solving classes. As a part of my courses, I had to teach students math, including prealgebra. [more]

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