These private tutors
in San Mateo, CA 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 San Mateo, CA 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.

...They became more diligent in their work and had an extra eagerness to fully understand what they were learning in their homework assignments. If just an after-school program can do this, I can only imagine what the effect of a personal tutor will have on a student?s motivation to succeed. After college, I taught for a summer at a math and science summer program for elementary-age students.

...My approach to tutoring is to first listen and learn where the student needs help. I ask the student how he/she would like to approach learning the material. Would the student like to work on the activities assigned, have remedial activities administered, or a combination of both?

...By the end of our time together, the most frequent comment I get is, "Wow, statistics is really easy." As my student feedback shows, I am very good at finding and filling the gaps in your math knowledge, and am an expert at helping you master both conventional and unconventional ways of answerin...

...Prealgebra is a very important subject since it is the foundation for a new language, the language of algebra. Since algebra simply imitates your knowledge or how to use and apply numbers, the next step is simply using "x" instead of the number. If you remember this and get a strong foundation, the future challenges will be easier to understand in depth!

...My teaching was consistently rated outstanding by both staff and students. I believe in my students and their ability to succeed. I take great satisfaction in seeing my students achieve their full potential.

© Copyright 2001-2016 info @ algebrahelp.com