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Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 47 ratings

I have taught a variety of math subjects for about 15 years including Algebra I and Algebra II, Geometry, and Precalculus. I am also an English teacher and have taught writing, grammar, and literature at both the high school level and the college level. I enjoy using humor to try and help students understand a concept and encourage students to use various tools to understand what is required of them.... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 855 ratings

As an Engineer, I found math to be my most valuable tool, useful in all sorts of applications. Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry are particularly useful in engineering and science fields. I've worked with several Pre-Calc/Trig students from local high schools and colleges to successfully pass their class. While each course presents the math in different ways, depending on school and teacher, I help students develop their math skills to meet their goals within each class, and beyond. I'm a retired engineer and math teacher with a love for teaching anyone who wants to learn. As an engineer, I regul [more]

Understanding Precalculus and Trigonometry concepts need not be daunting. They can be explained in simple terms and there are ways to remember key concepts. This can be a fun subject when the student has confidence about the basics. I have been tutoring all levels of Math for the past 10 years, from Algebra through college Calculus. I believe that establishing a good foundation in Mathematics is critical for a student?s future success and confidence ? in high school, in college and beyond in their careers. And I believe every student has the potential to be successful with Math. I can help b [more]

I teach all levels of math from Algebra 1 through Precalculus. I especially enjoy teaching trigonometry and Algebra 2. Whether you are learning Common Core or traditional, I can help. I grew up speaking Hungarian and German and graduated with a Master's degree in French, taught French at Cal State L.A, math and languages at high schools in the San Francisco area, and Survival French and Italian at various colleges. I love foreign languages and know how to teach them in such a way that the student learns quickly and speaks with a credible accent. My career has been in sales and management a [more]

Hi, I am a former high school tutor with a love for Math and Political Science. My undergraduate work included the completion of Calculus I and II, and I received a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. My Graduate Degree is in Public Administration and I have over three years of experience in local government finance and budgeting. Additionally, I have received a certification from Microsoft in Access, Excel, and Word and have over seven years of experience in using these programs. M... [more]

Hello. My name is Isaac K, and I've been working as a tutor and/or teacher in math subjects for more than a decade. I've helped countless students prepare for all sections in the SAT/ACT exams or math courses up to college calculus. For the ACT's specifically, I've spent the past 8 summers teaching multiple classes full of students aspiring to obtain the highest scores possible, with great success (ask me about it). As a student, I received a perfect score on the important tests (SAT/ACT/Mat... [more]

I am a Life Member with Highest Honors from the California Scholarship Federation, and I have received all "A's" my entire educational carrier. along the way, I've enjoyed tutoring my classmates, and I have learned how to make learning fun and interesting. I graduated from Santa Rosa Junior College with Highest Honors after studying Chemistry, Biology, and English Literature with a writing emphasis, and viticulture. I am passionate about any subject I encounter. While university transfer is... [more]

I have a bachelor's in mathematics. For several months I worked with a pair of clients specifically on trigonometry. I prepared printed handouts of proofs and problem solutions to supplement their text. Trigonometric functions reappear in calculus, so they are a prerequisite. A good tutor aids a student in acquiring skill. Through the successful solving of problems, fluency is gradually developed along with confidence. I often share my personal learning in how to study to encourage new habits. My overarching aim is lead the student into experiences of success. I began tutoring calculus [more]

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