6 Trigonometry Tutors Found Near Athens, GA



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Rebekah L.

Trigonometry Tutor

Watkinsville, GA 30677

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.86 36 ratings

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Current UGA Student: Can Tutor a Variety of Subjects

I am a senior at UGA, double majoring in Math and Exercise and Sports Science. Throughout college, I have helped fellow students understand concepts in math, science, Spanish, and English. I have also helped proof read papers. Additionally, I have previous experience tutoring math. I believe that repetition and understanding are key to learning. Memorizing tons of concepts/formulas may sometimes help students get better grades, but it will not help them understand material. My goal is to ... [more]


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Traci J.

Trigonometry Tutor

Bethlehem, GA 30620

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.98 52 ratings

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Let's Conquer Math Together!

I taught the Trigonometry course for 11th/12th grade. I have also tutored several students in this subject. It may perhaps be my favorite subject. Hello! Thank you for taking the time to look at my profile. For starters, I really enjoy math. But what I really enjoy is teaching others math. I love being able to work with students who have struggled with math in the past and showing them that they can do it. Being able to watch their confidence in their ability grow is amazing. I have experience in and out of the classroom. As a full-time teacher, I taught algebra, trigonomet [more]


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Amara K.

Trigonometry Tutor

Athens, GA 30605

Will travel 3 miles

$35 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Tutor

I am a graduate student in the Physics Department pursing a PhD in Quantum Computation at the University of Georgia where I have been and currently am a lab and class teaching assistant. Consequently, I have dealt with both students who are engaged with the material and are eager to learn and those who simply want to know what to do merely to finish. Therefore I have developed teaching strategies for both types of students. I have also tutored before for a math learning center, spending at... [more]


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Andrew S.

Trigonometry Tutor

Athens, GA 30605

Will travel 20 miles

$20 per hour.

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Competent OSU Grad

I recently graduated with my PhD in Civil Engineering at Oregon State University and I am currently working at a consulting engineering firm in Portland. I gained quite a bit of experience in tutoring during my Master's degree where I was a Graduate Teaching Assistant for its entirety, and I would say that my love of tutoring started during that time. The best part about tutoring is the challenge of finding the right way to explain a topic such that the student can connect with it. I firml... [more]


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Johnny R.

Trigonometry Tutor

Winder, GA 30680

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.75 162 ratings

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Exceptional Math and Accounting Tutor

Hi, my name is Johnny. I possess a master's degree in teaching. I am also a certified public accountant who excels in teaching and mentoring individuals to succeed. I strive to help students identify their strengths and weaknesses and collaborate with students to develop good study habits and methods that will enhance their learning. It is my belief and conviction that all students are capable of learning when they are provided with the appropriate guidance and motivation to excel. I love wor... [more]


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Steven D.

Trigonometry Tutor

Hoschton, GA 30548

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

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Learn Algebra 1&2, Trig, Pre-Calc, Calculus, SAT from a Duke alum

I taught trigonometry for 8 years in the public schools, both in Virginia and in Gwinnett County. I enjoy teaching it because it is the beginning of the bridge from algebra and geometry to calculus, combining elements of all topics. It is very important to understand the concepts early in the course--you do not want to fall behind. I believe trig should be taught as it was years ago, with an emphasis on rigor and the concepts, and not RELYING on the calculator. Technology should be used as a tool and as a time-saver, but it does not replace the necessity to learn how to do trigonometry--th [more]