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I've always had a natural inclination for mathematics, and enjoyed the experience of helping others to understand the concepts involved. As a UC student studying physics, I tutored classmates for pizza money, and have since helped three baby brothers and a handful of family friends through their middle and high school math and science classes - the oldest of whom is now attending Berkeley. My goal when tutoring is always to nourish the intuitive feeling for numbers that can make the subje... [more]

Hello prospective students (and parents, spouses, or loved ones), My goal as a tutor is not just to teach you just enough to let you pass that next exam. I work with my students so that they not only know the material that we are covering, but also so that they understand the meaning of the material, the background behind it, and how to apply it in the real world. This allows for my students to handle those really difficult problems where they have to not just recite what was learned, but us... [more]

Hello! My name is Nick and I am an Emory University graduate with a degree in environmental science. Frankly, I love learning, and I spend most of my free time reading books. I believe the pursuit of knowledge to be the greatest pursuit in life and I hope to instill this mindset into each and every student that I mentor. My success is derived not only from teaching the material to students but from also sparking a genuine interest in the material. My greatest strength lies in my ability to ga... [more]

I teach because it allows me to share my love of learning. I'm most satisfied when I can awaken a new interest in a ?boring? subject or show a student a new way of looking at a problem. I get excited when students tell me that they see connections that weren't there before or that they finally understand something that has always baffled them. I try to bring passion to everything I teach, and I work hard to push my students to their highest potential. I'm an English and History specialist wi... [more]

My greatest strength as a tutor (beyond really knowing the subjects I tutor) is my ability to adapt to and match the way you learn. A close second is my ability to take abstract concepts and make them much more understandable. I don?t do ?tricks? since it takes as much effort to memorize tons of tricks as it does to actually learn the stuff (though I do have plenty of ideas on how to do things more easily). What I do do is teach solid theory, techniques, and study skills as simply and directl... [more]

I am a full-time tutor with over 8 years and 2650 hours of experience just with WyzAnt. This is not my second job or an opportunity to make extra money for college; this is my profession. It allows me to be more reliable, consistent, and flexible with my scheduling. It also allows me to form long-term commitments with my clients' families. I tutor most branches of Mathematics including Prealgebra, Algebra 1 (Elementary Algebra), Algebra 2 (Intermediate Algebra), Geometry, Precalculus, Trig... [more]

Hello math enthusiasts! My name is Matthew, and I?m delighted that you?ve chosen to view my profile in your quest for a higher level of mathematical understanding. Please indulge me while I take a moment to describe a little bit about myself, my background in mathematical education, and my affinity for the subject overall. I?ve taught and tutored both college and high school level mathematics for nearly a decade. I?ve mastered my craft in educating all kinds of students, whether ... [more]

Earned 1400 out of 1600 on my official 2005 SAT. Earned 770 on my SAT II Writing and 760 on my SAT II Math 2. I teach weekly SAT/ACT prep classes at a learning center in LA. I regularly take practice SAT and ACT exams, myself. My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics. After graduation, I was presented with the opportunity to join a network of USC alumni providing tutoring services to the surroundi [more]

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$150 per hour.

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Math is a trouble spot for many students prepping to take the SAT. Although you have only 70 minutes to answer 54 questions, the SAT rewards cleverness. Part of what makes the test challenging is that sometimes algebra questions look like geometry questions and sometimes questions involving simple arithmetic actually look like algebra questions. I took the SAT test twice in high school; the first time I only did okay, but the second time I did pretty well (750 in math, 750 in verbal - this was before later revisions to the test), so I know what it takes to improve. The test-takers have a l [more]

Hello! My name is David, and I hope to be the tutor you are looking for. I have almost 10 years of tutoring experience in all math subjects, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Probability and Statistics. I have also helped students out with their coursework in Physics and Finance. When I am tutoring, I enjoy getting to know the student and understanding the way the student learns. From my experience, I have found many creative ways of explaining common proble... [more]

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