...I also teach them how to use the graphing calculator, which is very helpful, and sometimes necessary, when working with many of the concepts in this course. To be able to do well with this material, you need to be comfortable with the methods learned in Algebra 1. I can help you review these methods, or learn them from scratch, as necessary in your case.
San Francisco, CAView Tutor
...I have extensive knowledge of pretty much all of math through the end of college, and of statistics well beyond that. I'm good at zeroing in on precisely what's giving you trouble, and will break each problem into pieces you can understand and learn. While a graduate student at UC Berkeley, I r...
Hercules, CAView Tutor
...My goal as a tutor is to try to remove the mystery from the subjects and show their practical uses. I'd be happy to discus your individual needs. Our goal is your success.I have studied ordinary differential equations as an undergraduate, and partial differential equations in graduate school in mechanical engineering.
Napa, CAView Tutor
...I had the opportunity to teach repeat classes in addition to upper division mathematics (pre-calculus, algebra II). Interestingly, it's in my repeat classes where I learned to teach most effectively, in my opinion! Repeat students ask the tough questions: "Why do you add exponents when you multiply like factors? What does subtraction have to do with the division of like factors?
Brentwood, CAView Tutor
With over 8 years of experience tutoring middle school and college-bound high school students, I understand that everyone has different learning styles & needs. I am very patient and enjoy leading students to academic success. As a graduate of Cornell University's engineering department, I have a strong foundation in the math and sciences.
Walnut Creek, CAView Tutor