...There's a reason many students aren't required to take it unnecessarily or opt not to if possible. Much of it is less "here are the steps" like algebra tends to be, and more "analyze and try a few possible steps". It can be frustrating to sort through such a thick topic alone, especially one that requires mastery of nearly everything learned from grades 3-12.
Needham, MAView Tutor
...I've had experience with students who are several years behind their grade level in math. I have often brought them back to grade level. And even more than that, some came to enjoy the challenge of math.
Cumberland, RIView Tutor
...I have a current Professional License for teaching Physics and Middle School Mathematics and Science, with 16 years of experience teaching science in grades 9-12. That included a new course I designed with a math teacher that combined physics with pre-calculus, counting as two courses, meeting in back-to-back periods every day. 2. I was a physics major at Cornell. 3.
Andover, MAView Tutor
...While attending graduate school, I was a teaching assistant for General Chemistry classes. My success there earned me a fellowship that provided me with an opportunity to teach at a local high school. I thoroughly enjoyed working with students, and as a result became involved with tutoring as well.
Boston, MAView Tutor
...I also bring an energy and love of my subject that helps students connect with their work. My creativity and an ability to connect math to real world applications, and dedication to my students are some of the things that set me apart as a teacher. I have my masters plus extensive additional coursework.
Wakefield, MAView Tutor