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Will travel 40 miles

$120 per hour.

4.99 208 ratings

I am a Massachusetts licensed mathematics teacher, and tutor of 7+ years - including SAT Math and English for The Princeton Review. Since 2010, I have tutored students in Standardized Tests (SAT, ACT, GRE, ASVAB, GED), K-12 Math, Chess, Martial Arts, and even Guitar. I write custom practice problems and create worksheets so students can benefit from additional assignments. My SAT, ACT, GED (High School Equivalency Exam) tutoring is focused on a two tier approach: content and strategy. I teac... [more]

I have tutored students in Precalculus for over 15 years, both privately and for the Lexington Public school system as a Home/Hospital tutor. I truly enjoy and have been fortunate to have helped each student gain confidence, be successful learning Precalculus, improve their grades and meet their goals. I am certified; my degree is in math. I have tutored students at all levels up through accelerated and all abilities, from struggling to gifted, as well as those with special needs. Do you want better grades and test scores? Do you want to get the most from your classes? Is something holding you [more]

Pre-calculus is the study of function families and their behavior. It includes transformations, trig and lots of modeling of real world behavior. When teaching Pre-calculus I focus on helping students to make the connections between the graphical, table and equation forms of the functions we work with. As a math education specialist, I work well with many different types of students from middle school through adult. I also bring an energy and love of my subject that helps students connect with their work. My creativity and an ability to connect math to real world applications, and dedication t [more]

I've tutored precalculus to dozens of students since 2006, and I've tutored algebra and calculus to several dozen more. I've also written and edited workbooks, textbook teacher editions, and on-line content in algebra, precalculus, and calculus. A typical advanced precalculus course might include modules dealing with set theory, number systems, functions, logarithms, trigonometry, conics, series, vectors, matrices, permutations/combinations, parametric equations, polar coordinates, induction, and limits, but there can be huge differences among different precalculus courses, so I'll need a few [more]

Pre-calculus is the gate-keeper course for transition to calculus, and is therefore as important as calculus itself for those intending or needing to study higher mathematics. Typically it includes a review of basic algebra topics; various types of functions--including trigonometric and polynomial; series; limits; and an introduction to vectors. Most troubles with introductory calculus are traceable to an inadequate mastery of algebra and trigonometry. I am an experienced high school physics and mathematics teacher, retired, with current Massachusetts certification in both areas. I have taugh [more]

I studied math at MIT and have hundreds of hours of experience teaching precalculus. As in all my teaching, I focus on conceptual and logical understanding and problem-solving skills. I specialize in rigorous, high-level academic tutoring, test preparation, and enrichment for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience with students around the world. BIO: I studied theoretical math, literature, and philosophy at MIT and Harvard. My interests span the sciences and humanities. I've done labwork in molecular biology, biomedical engineering, [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

I am a certified math and physics teacher and have taught all grades and levels of high school math, including precalculus. Precalculus often consists of trigonometry, along with a number of topics that is expanded upon in calculus courses. Some of these topics, such as complex numbers, DeMoivre's Theorem, and limits, represent a higher level of abstraction than some students may have seen in their previous math courses. I was a physics major in college, which included four years of calculus and advanced math courses. After college, I worked as an engineer and used much of this material [more]

I have about 7-8 combined years of tutoring experience throughout different periods in my life. Aside from in-home private tutoring, I've tutored for the Boston University Upward Bound program for a few years, the MATCH charter school for one year, and the Nativity Preparatory School for one year. Before going back into tutoring in September of 2014, I had about 4 years of working in the corporate world as a technical sales trainer and then as a technical project manager. Both corporate ro... [more]

I am in my 7th year as a High School Math teacher. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, AP Statistics and AP Computer Science. I started tutoring math when I was in High School and have tutored in the Greater Boston Area for the past 11 years in all range of subjects in middle school and high school. I love teaching math and could not imagine myself doing anything else! I love finding new ways to explain material to help all students understand I love math, and I use my passion... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$90 per hour.

4.99 409 ratings

I got an A+ in pre-calc in high school. The teacher would even have me help him teach the class from time to time. In 4 years of High School, 4 years of College, and 2 years of Graduate School, I learned innumerable things about a wide variety of topics, but the most important lesson I learned was this: the students who get A's are not necessarily the most naturally gifted in the class, but are the almost always the hardest workers. Sooner or later, everyone finds themselves struggling to stay on top of their classwork, and when that happens, it's the diligent, not the brilliant, who come out [more]

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