- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 16
- Next →

Hi!! My name is Harry O. I have been tutoring high school and college students for the past six years. Previously I taught at Georgia Institute of Technology from which I received a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering and a Master's in Applied Mathematics. I also have 25 years of experience in the corporate world. My students have had great success with my tutoring. In fact, one of my ACT students raised her Math score from 25 to a 31 in two and a half months!! I thoroughly enjoy tea... [more]

You can see from my profile that I have learned and used at lot of mathematics in my career, but I am also an extraordinary teacher who can explain mathematical concepts and solve problems in understandable ways. Precalculus is really "post-algebra". It is a mathematics capstone course in that it attempts to integrate all the math that came before (and add in a couple more topics). Like algebra 2, precalc attempts to get students to think and talk about things that happen in the real world as relationships between two independent measurements--two variables. These relationships are called "f [more]

I am currently teaching at Mchenry County College as a part-time employee. For the past 9 years I am teaching all levels of mathematics courses. I am also doing one-on-one tutoring for high school students for the past six years. After my tutoring all of my students see the hike in their grades. I am able to help in pre-algebra, algebra, Geometry, College-algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus. I am also helping students who is planning to take the AP Calculus, ACT and SAT exams. Many students wh... [more]

POLYNOMIAL AND RATIONAL FUNCTIONS. Quadratic Functions. Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree. Dividing Polynomials: Long Division and Synthetic Division. The Real Zeros of a Polynomial Function. Complex Zeros: The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Rational Functions. EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS. Exponential Functions and Their Graphs. Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs. Properties of Logarithms. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations. Exponential and Logarithmic Models. Trigonometric Functions OF ANGLES. Angle Measure. Right Triangle Trigonometry. The Law of Sines. The Law of Cosin [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$65 per hour.

4.88 818 ratings

Precalculus explores topics that will be applied when a student studies calculus in the future. A strong mastery of precalculus will streamline a student's study of calculus. Conversely, having a weak background in precalculus makes the study of calculus more difficult since the student will feel he has an overwhelming amount of things to learn simultaneously. Precalculus involves memorization. For many students, it is the first math class they have taken where memorization plays such a profound role. The objective must be long-term memorization so that the definitions and skills learned [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.95 59 ratings

I have successfully completed college level coursework through Calculus II. I earned my BS in human biology from Northwestern University. I am proficient in a wide variety of scientific topics, including general and organic chemistry, genetics, general biology, human anatomy, microbiology, and physiology. I've also taken a wide variety of coursework in psychology, with topics including C.B.T., research methods, and psychopathology. I have experience tutoring a variety of topics (chemistry, biology, literature/composition and various math coursework) at the high s... [more]

Precalculus shouldn't scare you. If it does, email me! We'll figure out how to demystify it for you. Essentially, I've been teaching precalculus to many of my students learning trig-based physics and Calculus A. You likely already possess all the math tools you need to succeed! It's just a matter of training you to use them. My greatest specialty is with the law school entrance exam, known (and dreaded) by soon-to-be law students as the LSAT. I've taught the LSAT for 9 years, scored a 180 on the September 2009 LSAT, and several of my students scored in the 99th percentile and moved into LSAT t [more]

In July of 2013, I got hired to be an 8th grade Algebra teacher at Jack Benny Middle School in Waukegan; a culturally diverse and low income school. As a first year teacher, I had received praise from my administrator for being an outstanding teacher as my students? MAP scores had moved a significant amount by the end of the school year. For the district-wide algebra exam, my students placed amongst the top of every Algebra class in the district. I continue to try different teaching strateg... [more]

I have a passion for Mathematics and for this reason I made the decision over 10 years ago to help others who struggle in this area. I am a college graduate with a BS in Medical Technology and a MA in Teaching. It is my past education in teaching that became the springboard to my tutoring business. Since that time I have tutored students from Middle School through High School in all levels of math. I have tutored hundreds of students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonome... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Hi! I am a Physics and Math double major at University of Wisconsin Madison! I have a passion for both math and physics. I have helped my classmates in the past with their math and physics problems and I have always wanted to start tutoring, I have a love for teaching and tutoring and I am excited to sit down with you and problem solve. I have a 3.5 math GPA and a 4.0 physics GPA. I have spent hours studying and perfecting my techniques so I can share my knowledge with upcoming students. ... [more]

- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 16
- Next →