...method for producing long-term recall; it also tailors every learning experience to the individual student. I was most inspired to pursue this Socratic style of teaching after taking several courses in college from a professor who had perfected the technique. The majority of his class-time revolved around asking us questions that led us to the points he was trying to make. While not everything can be taught purely in this fashion, I try to make...
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...school, where I worked with struggling students one-on-one. I then transferred to Texas A&M University, where I earned a B.S. in Psychology (with a minor in Neuroscience) in 2013. During college, I tutored several Psychology and Neuroscience courses. After graduating from Texas A&M, I began a graduate program in Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Austin. While in this program, I volunteered in several reverse-inclusion courses for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, which...
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...of Texas at Austin, the latter at which I earned a 3.7 GPA, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, and a Bachelor of Arts in English. As for pertinent work experience prior to Varsity Tutoring, I have tutored middle school aged children in English for a year as a part of the PAIR program and helped graduate students from foreign countries practice their conversational English. Please feel invited to contact me and/or ask me...
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...the Southern Oregon University Math and Science Tutoring Center where I worked for 3 years as a math tutor. I also handled tutoring for statistics and lower division physics. For the past 2 years I was the lead math tutor and a writing tutor in the Writing Center at SOU. I have experience in math tutoring ranging from elementary math through 400 level college math, as well as SAT, GRE, AP, and Accuplacer exams.
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...B.S. in Computer Science and the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign with an M.S. in Data Science. I have a passion for tutoring in an immense amount of subjects /standardized tests/essays, and helping others gain a greater sense of the material they are trying to master. More specifically, I love helping other students work through the intricacies of mathematics and programming problems and I strive to try to make myself smarter and more insightful through...
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...they feel confident with the assignments they are given, and are able to retain and utilize the concepts that I have taught them. I know that they usually understand or master the topics I teach them, because I informally assess them at the end of the session and their results are at or above the level they are expected to be at. In addition, I use approaches where I relate the subject matter to their...
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I am a current undergrad at Georgia Tech majoring in Computer Science. I've been tutoring for a few years and love working one-on-one or in small groups. I believe every person has a unique learning style, and as a tutor, I should be flexible and adaptable in the way I teach. Seeing the progress students make is rewarding, and in turn, I hope I can make learning a more positive and enjoyable experience.
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For 7 years, I have been nurturing and unlocking students' academic potential. Tutoring is an art; like any effective coach, I encourage, challenge, inspire, and teach my tutees. But which type of support, and when? The wisdom to balance these ingredients comes only from years of experience. Come see for yourself and book a session today. ... Compassionate coaching and student empowerment, with an eye towards conceptual understanding and long term academic success.... Identify the student's...
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...my home at Varsity Tutors. My first and strongest experiences with tutoring has been with Algebra and Algebra 2, but through experience with students of all ages, I can also help with lower levels of Mathematics. Fractions and decimals are a problem of the past! Outside of tutoring, I spend my time with friends at local restaurants and playing video games. My younger brother and I played plenty of Pokemon when we were children, and...
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I'm a Michigan Technological University student pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. I have a passion for math and science (and teaching the subjects!) I also have experience with multiple AP courses and honors courses, should you require help with those, as well as a multitude of other subjects. I would love to help teach you!
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...tutoring with students ranging in ages from 7th grade through adult learners, college-level review courses, and even teaching SAT prep courses. My students find me very relatable, and I've heard from several students that having someone close to their own age work with them has been really beneficial to their learning. I look forward to working with you in the future! Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you might have!... I like to...
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...began with a confused and overwhelmed college freshman. I am a firm believer that every student is capable of success in STEM courses at any age, but that different students require different styles and paces of teaching, as was my case. I greatly value working with each individual to figure out a learning method that will lead them toward success and hope my near-decade of tutoring experience has allowed me to develop the tools needed...
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I graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC in 2008, the oldest English speaking acting conservatory in the world. I graduated Summa from University of St Thomas with a BA in English, and just wrapped up a MS in Data Science from Northwestern. I'm a huge Red Sox fan and love watching detective shows when I have free time.... Positivity. Always. I believe that if a student is given positive tools and is...
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...and I am eager to assist students with academic goals. Previously, I've taught 3rd grade bilingual courses including English and Spanish literacy and grammar as well as math, science, and social studies. I have also tutored high school and university writing and math. I have extensive writing and editing experience as well as lesson planning, curriculum assessment, and critical evaluation ability. A lifelong student, I would be delighted to help you find your passion for...
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I enjoy helping others realize their potential and making the impossible possible. Everyone can reach their goals, and it is my goal to help you reach yours! Math is my favorite subject, and I have even participated in competitions for it. I hope to help others fall in love with math as well.
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...tutoring around finding each students desired method of learning/problem solving and trying to apply that to the problems at hand. I have been tutoring or TAing since high school and hope to continue reducing stress and finding the best ways to learn for students of all ages. ABOUT ME: I graduated from Brown University with a Sc.B in Biomedical Engineering in May 2022 and am currently in my Gap year as I look at Medical...
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My past students and friends say that my face lights up when I start talking about math (especially calculus). Between my Applied Mathematics degree from the University of Rochester and my Eagle Scout award, I have natural passions for mathematics and helping people. Let me combine these passions for you as your future tutor.... My ultimate aim is for my students to master their material. I believe that any person can learn any subject if they...
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...any subject with enough patience. I moved to Arizona after accepting ASU's offer and have enjoyed the state since. During my first semester, I worked as a teaching assistant and was responsible for four lab sections of undergraduate engineering students. At the same time, I also performed robotics research in the Biomechatronics Lab under the direction of Dr. Veronica Santos. This research continued until her departure to UCLA. At this time, I am beginning work...
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...and Engineering and minoring in music. I have tutoring experience in math and Latin. My favorite subjects in school were chemistry and calculus. I have completed four years of Latin in high school including AP Latin and received the National Exam Gold Award all 4 years. I have also scored a 5 on nine different AP tests so I'm capable of helping other students prepare for their AP exams. For fun, I play the flute...
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A wide variety of math courses are offered at the college level, and Varsity Tutors can help connect you with a high-quality tutor specializing in every one of them. Whether you are taking college algebra, pre-calculus, the calculus course series, matrix algebra, differential equations, statistics, probability, or any number of other college math courses, our educational directors can help you connect with a talented tutor who can help you strengthen your grasp of the material. College math tutoring services are available to you regardless of your age or level of mathematics, from your first college math class to advanced courses for mathematics majors. The graduation requirements at many institutions demand that you complete coursework in at least one mathematics course in college. Due to the vast number of concepts in college math and the rigorous pace of college-level coursework, you may find yourself lost in a math class at some point during your college career. Thankfully, an outstanding tutor can help you excel in your college math courses.

The educational directors at Varsity Tutors are standing by to help you create a personal student profile. The profile can then be viewed by tutors all over the world. They can quickly identify whether they can help you, as they can view your current syllabus, learning style, scheduling, course concerns, and other pertinent details that can help to locate the ideal tutor for you. Your hand-picked college math tutor is able to provide the individualized attention you may need to ensure that you are learning in your courses. It is imperative to your success in future math classes that you gain a solid understanding of the various concepts you will learn. Further, you can get additional support in preparation for an exam, completing a class project, or another task you may face.

Many students in challenging math classes find that they can benefit from the individualized attention afforded by one-on-one tutoring, either in-person or through face-to-face online sessions. Instead of struggling through impersonal class lectures and group-based study sessions, you are the main focus of each and every meeting with your college math tutor. Private tutoring also allows you to avoid the potential complications that arise when attempting to tackle challenging math concepts all by yourself. In fact, many students find that such self-guided study can actually cause further frustration and lead to unintended gaps in understanding. No matter what college-level math course you are taking, a talented tutor can help to identify the areas that require the most guidance and can provide targeted practice to advance your proficiency in those areas by leaps and bounds. Most math teachers and students can attest to the fact that concepts in math tend to build upon one another, meaning that falling behind in your understanding of any one topic may lead to further difficulties as the course progresses. With an exceptional college math tutor, you can receive clarification on every concept, big or small, all at your own pace, and prevent the common pitfalls that cause many students to trail behind in college math courses.

Your personal tutor will work with you to assess your strengths and weaknesses. They use this knowledge to further customize their lesson plan for you. The plan reflects your needs and goals, whatever they may be, and is designed to keep you firmly on the right path. You can spend as much or as little time as you need on each concept to succeed. Working with a talented tutor can represent the quickest and easiest way to solidify your understanding of your college math coursework. Give our educational directors a call today and let us help you connect with a college math tutor in your area!

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Recent College Math Tutoring Session Notes

During our first session we reviewed previous material from his first week of class. We completed chapter 10: reviewed concepts in each section and did representative example and practice problems. The goal is to improve the students confidence in regards to approaching problems and knowing how to systematically solve them. His 2nd quiz is this Friday on Chapter 11. As long as he remains calm and thinks through the problem while solving, I anticipate him performing better than his 1st assessment.

We covered 1 assignment and 3/4 of another today. The student wants to brush up on his math skills which is understandable as he hasn't taken a math course in 7 years. I would recommend that he schedules a few more sessions per week to give him the opportunity to review the things he has forgotten and to finish up all the assignments he has to complete.

The tutor reviewed basic concepts with the students according to the review sheet for the class. The students and the tutor also worked through problems from the study guides. He helped students with the problems that covered the concepts of normal distribution, mean, median, mode, standard deviations, variance, etc.

The student was preparing to take two final exams for the semester, specifically in his math classes. We took time to review some of the problems from his final exam. He also had other questions he had to answer from a writing class. I gave some advice on the problems as well as the written questions he needed to answer. He sent me other problems later on in the evening and the next day.

We covered 90% of homework on 1.1: evaluating functions, adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing fractions, finding the domain and word problem applications of functions. He was able to complete most if it himself with only a few questions and a few small errors that he spotted when I mentioned them.

Student had an excellent grasp of current material being studied and reviewed for upcoming test. Had her practice each subject she was currently reviewing and she was able to solve with both speed and correctness. Worked ahead by incorporating other knowledge into practice problems and once explained she understood how to solve and reach answers quickly.