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Precalculus may be the most important year of math high school students take. As an engineering graduate, commanding calculus was critical for my education. However, I saw many intelligent peers struggle with math not because they couldn't understand the calculus, but because they lacked strong precalculus fundamentals. I believe that once students establish that strong base in precalculus and learn to apply it to the more complex concepts, they tend to succeed in precalculus and beyond. Hello, and welcome to Corey L. Tutoring. I believe that everyone has the potential to accomplish great fea [more]

I've been a math teacher and an adjunct professor. I taught at Duke University and began tutoring over 20 years ago. Through my experience teaching students of all ages, including teens and adults, I've seen the importance of adapting my teaching to the learning style of each person. I also have several years of experience applying math to real world situations. I use what's around us every day to make math easier and have it come alive! I help gifted math students, students struggling to p... [more]

Precalculus is often like algebra 3, with more in-depth manipulations of the rules that students have built and worked with since pre-algebra. Often, it can be hard for students to break that down in a classroom setting, so I take advantage of 1:1 time with students to help them learn in a way that makes sense to them. "Education is not the filling of a pail, but a lighting of a fire." -William Butler Yeats Kids naturally love to learn. It's in how they explore the world and how they discover. The challenge of education is to keep that love fresh and new when the learning gets more difficult a [more]

Precalculus was not an offered subject when I was attending school way back when. After Algebra 2, you took trigonometry and then calculus. Times have changed, so I took two semesters of online precalculus classes (parts 1 & 2) at BYU, and got high A's in both courses. I have experience tutoring high school precalculus and have worked with students from Wake Tech. Helping students who are struggling in math is my passion. As an outlet for my love of teaching, I began tutoring math and reading at an adult literacy center. That experience honed my skills in targeting problem areas and findi [more]

Hello, My name is Mahen, and I am a tutor certified through the National Tutoring Association (NTA). Since 2003, I have been working with youth (ages 5-18) and adults in the capacity of tutoring, organizing sports and educational camps, teaching, and volunteering. I attended Needham B. Broughton High School as a freshman and sophomore, and attended the North Carolina School of Science of Mathematics as a junior and senior. Throughout, and thereafter at the North Carolina State University ... [more]

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Along with algebra, this is my favorite math course. It is practical, down-to-earth mathematics. And it is crucial step for students who intend to take physics or chemistry. My name is Phillip Manning, and I have a PhD in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor since 2011. I have also written five books on chemistry and physics (available on Amazon) for advanced high school students and provided solutions to thousands of math and science problems for Chegg, the student solutions website. I work with [more]

Whatever course in Math (Prealgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Precalculus, Calculus) and Science (Chemistry, Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology and Anatomy) you need help with, my long professional experience in the subject will help you reach your goals. From high school to college studies, I am also specialized in preparing specific subjects such as Honors and AP programs, and students and adults who wish to pursue a career in the medical field (MCAT, DAT, Nursing, ... [more]

I have been tutoring precalculus for over 10 years with exceptional results. I often have return students for calculus, not because they need the extra assistance any longer but because they found the extra help to be extremely useful. Hey! My name is Erin and I have been tutoring and teaching math subjects throughout my undergraduate and graduate career. I have done both private tutoring sessions set up outside of school and group sessions set up through the math department. As I have been on all sides of the situation; as student, tutor, and finally teacher, I fully understand the frustratio [more]

I am a professional engineer who understands math and more importantly how to teach others math. I have developed many time proven techniques and strategies toward improving math. Most of all, I enjoy having fun and enjoy watching my students' confidence grow. This is my passion and my way of making a difference in students' lives. My experience with tutoring goes back to graduate school where I frequently taught students and helped them improve in their subjects. I volunteered at my church t... [more]

I love math, and I love teaching math! I enjoy working with people with learning differences and math phobias, and I also love helping successful students sharpen their edge and further deepen their understanding. I am a Montessori-trained secondary school teacher with over ten years of experience in the classroom and as a tutor. As a tutor, my passion is to help every student recognize the strengths they have that can be brought to bear on their academic work. Students who work with me gain... [more]

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