These private tutors
in Mission Viejo are brought to you by WyzAnt.com, the best place to find local tutors on the web.
When you use WyzAnt, you can search for Mission Viejo tutors, review profiles and qualifications, run background checks, and arrange for home lessons.
Click on any of the results below to see the tutor's full profile. Your first hour with any tutor is protected by our Good Fit Guarantee: You don't pay for tutoring unless you find a good fit.

...I show the student how to use easy, logical, and intuitive formulas for finding the arc length of a circle and the area of a sector. We derive and work with trig formulas such as the sin and cos of a sum or difference, half angle, and double angle. And, I show the student quick and easy ways to graph all of the six trig functions.

...Different students will have different strengths and weaknesses with respect to the three subject components of the LSAT, as well as different learning styles. We will focus on identifying your strengths and weaknesses, and then shoring up the weaknesses to maximize the benefit of the time we spend together. I can tell you from personal experience - the LSAT is beatable.

...I also have experience helping students do well on state and college entrance tests like the SAT. During a typical tutoring session, I will first help the student finish any homework assignment or prepare for a test. Then I will offer any extra practice that is needed and work on study habits and test taking skills.

...A slightly different strategy might be needed for ACT. As students move through their math studies, a lot of material is forgotten or just not used a lot. Going over the basics again, like fractions, decimals and percents can play a large part in success for algebra and beyond.

...As a tutor I use various methods of instruction, I believe direct instruction is just one way of delivering information, and is to often used as the only way of instruction in the classroom. As a teacher I implemented various ways of instruction focusing on facilitating learning through explorat...

© Copyright 2001-2016 info @ algebrahelp.com