...I would ask leading questions to help students learn and understand the material. I would be patient and provide appropriate "think" time. Above all, I would like to make the experience fun. (read more)
...I make an effort to provide multiple ways to understand a problem and to determine what is the best way for each student to learn. I have a great deal of experience tutoring at many different levels. Starting when I was just tutoring for fun in high-school and college and I would tutor my friends in whatever classes we were taking or that I had taken. (read more)
...It also means that improving your student's proficiency with prealgebra skills today is the best way to help his or her math grades years from now. I've tutored precalculus to dozens of students since 2006, and I've tutored algebra and calculus to several dozen more. I've also written and edited workbooks, textbook teacher editions, and on-line content in algebra, precalculus, and calculus. (read more)
...Then we dive deeply into them, using custom-prepared information packets and worksheets, to make sure that the student gets up to speed and has all the math knowledge that the test requires. But knowledge is only part of the picture. Many of the questions on the test are not the kind that the student would see in class. (read more)
...Careful assessment of which areas need the most work, followed by exercises targeting those areas.
3. Weekly updates on your progress.
4. Personal and realistic study plans, made with your time constraints in mind.
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