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I love math and so does your student! They just may not know it yet. When students struggle and give up it makes me genuinely sad. So I believe it's crucial to turn things around at an earlier age, to have students meet their own potentials. Let's get started with Precalculus! Hi future students and parents!!! My name is Aki, and I was a Physics/Calculus teacher at a small private school located in San Diego. Now, I've relocated to Portland and am a full time tutor, dedicating all my attention to the success of each and every student I have. I've started tutoring in 2012 at a prestigious tut [more]

My entire life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. Throughout high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. After high school I attended the University of Oregon for a B.A. in Economics, with a minor in Mathematics, and a GPA of 3.67. In tutoring, I first focus on understanding exactly what a student is having trouble with, then use a ... [more]

My passion to teach goes back a long way to my school and college days when I used to not only tutor, but mentor students and classmates to make sure they develop a conceptual understanding of the lesson. This passion to teach has only grown with time, even working as an Information Technology executive over the years, I have contributed towards the success of many high school and college students by teaching math and physics, including my two children throughout their academic career ?one ... [more]

Precalculus...all those different functions and their graphs! This class encompasses a lot of different topics. As any math teacher can tell you, half of calculus class is really algebra/trig skills. If you get solid on these skills now, it will save you a lot of trouble down the road. I have taught precalculus (and SAT Math Level 2) for over two years, both through Wyzant and through a private agency in the San Jose area. I am new to Portland, just moved from the SF Bay Area! I am looking forward to getting to know the city. So far I like it, though there is a lot of rain to deal with! I've [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 18 ratings

I would be more than happy to be your next tutor. I know that I can bring my strong educational and professional experiences to generate logical connections between the beautiful language of Mathematics and Physics. My educational experiences has lead to understanding nature at the "nano" level and further into the Quantum level while using a full range of Mathematics to conceptualize and describe each problem. In addition with my research background in atomic and nano physics, I know the imp... [more]

I have taught precalculus at a community college. There are only slight variations to what is taught differently amongst colleges, so I have a good understanding of what is to be focused on. Hello! I started tutoring as a graduate student at Uni and later became an instructor there. It was then with my coworkers that I learned how rewarding helping students can be. Not only because I love what I have learned, but I also love discussions about said material. My coworkers and I always welcomed students to our office for questions even if they were not our students. Helping a student truly unders [more]

I have tutored many students in precalculus. I cover advanced function notation, graphing, transformations, imaginary numbers, finding roots of complex systems, and so much more. I also find that reviewing algebra skills can help students excel in precalculus. My tutoring experience spans 9 years, nearly 1000 hours with Wyzant students, and almost 4 times as many tutoring hours with students at The Portland Tutoring Collective. I have coached students to perfect 800s on all sections of the SAT, and high 30s on the ACT. I specialize in the following subjects: - SAT, ACT, and GRE test preparat [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.97 145 ratings

Although I love to learn, I thoroughly enjoy helping others to find their potential and see them succeed! I have tutored privately for the past two and a half years. Prior to that, I was honored enough to be selected as a physics Peer Learning Assistant through the Women in Engineering grant at my community college. As a recent magna cum laude graduate, I understand the difficulty presented by certain coursework that sometimes makes success seem insurmountable. My time as an undergraduate tut... [more]

I have tutored one student in pre-calculus. I worked with him for almost the entire school year, and he made some significant progress. I have tutored many students in other areas of math as well. I am also majoring in mathematics at Occidental College. I am a a math teacher-in-training, about to start the Stanford Teacher Education Program at Stanford University. I recently graduated from Occidental College, where I received a B.A. in Mathematics. I will be in Portland until June 23rd, and am only looking for short-term students at the moment. I have tutored many students for the SAT, both t [more]

Precalculus is included four parts. The first is Algebra and graphing methods for functions, and the second is Trigonometry which covers concepts, graphs and laws. The third is polar coordinates which is representing complex numbers and conic section is related to ellipses, parabolas and hyperbolas. The last part is the sequencing and binomial theorem. When tutoring students in math, I help them to know the methodology and to understand the reasoning behind it. So they have a better chance to be able to solve the current problems, to build a better math foundation, and yet to have fun with it [more]

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