...I have tutored trigonometry for over five years. The concepts can seem very abstract at first and difficult to understand. I believe the key to trigonometry is a fundamental understanding of key concepts (law of sines, law of cosines, 3,4,5 rule, ect.) and applying them.
Pleasantville, NYView Tutor
...Great studying is all about efficiency and I'll help you improve if you're willing to do the work! Algebra 2 is one of the toughest classes most high schoolers face: the rules are tough, rigid, and unforgiving. It can seem confusing and, let's face it, it can sometimes seem boring if math isn't your strong subject.
New Canaan, CTView Tutor
...I also have been tutoring the ACT which has the same type of emphasis on mechanics and reading. Additionally, having lived in Europe and learned two languages, I also know the importance of speaking and auditory comprehension. I have personal experience in tutoring Italian and what methods work or don't work while trying to become fluent in another language.
Wantagh, NYView Tutor
...Ken has lectured at leading universities and helped mentor high school and university students in the physical science, maths and business. He is now tutoring Westchester and Connecticut students in math, chemistry and physics. Typically Ken explains the core principle or subject clearly, often with an example.
Katonah, NYView Tutor
...In the first scenario you could completely guess, you could know the trick or shortcut to the answer, or you could even accidentally get an answer right. This is all well and good, but what about the next question, and the one after that? How likely is it that you are going to get those correct while using the same methods?
New York, NYView Tutor