...Many students I have worked with have even scored well in freshman Algebra (usually linear and rules based thinking) and then struggled with Geometry (spacial intelligence) and wondered why? It is important to understand that very different learning styles are required for each. With tutoring, a student's specific skill set can be maximized and often remarkable progress made!
Lanoka Harbor, NJView Tutor
...When somebody starts to comprehend a particular concept he or she was originally struggling with, everything changes! Math becomes fun and exciting, or at least doing homework isn't the worst part of the day! My own experience with math is very similar to what I just described.
Southampton, PAView Tutor
...I teach mathematical logic as a unit in both Liberal Arts Mathematics and Discrete Mathematics (both college level courses). The term "finite math" can mean many things. I have a Master's degree in Mathematics specializing in Number Theory and Abstract Algebra and I feel comfortable tutoring any undergraduate form of "finite math". Graduate level would be dependent on the specific topic.
Medford, NJView Tutor
...I have tutored students that are six years old all the way to college students that are four or five years older than me. I am very experienced in the mathematics region of academics and ensure that all students will improve. When tutoring, I teach the student depending on the way that he or she is most comfortable learning.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...I set high expectations for my students, but if you work hard, you will not be disappointed. I have performed above average on every single English, Reading, or Writing exam I have ever taken, from SATs and ACTs to Literacy and Comprehension tests for my teaching licensure. I have a passion for language, a love of reading, and a knack for grammar.
Hightstown, NJView Tutor