Return to the Purplemath home page The Purplemath Forums
Helping students gain understanding
and self-confidence in algebra


powered by FreeFind

Find a Pleasantville, NY Algebra 1 Tutor

Subject: Zip:
Kurt S. ...My goal is to once again farm the old family farm in the Town of Roseboom where my wife and I have recently moved.Scored 100 on the Regents exam (taken one year early in 8th grade). Took the AP course concurrently with the Regents American History course. Have had a lifelong interest in history and studied much on my own. Recommend Howard Zinn's text, A People's History of the United States.
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, biology, Microsoft Excel, world history
$30.00/hr
Nyack, NY
Christopher A. ...I have in depth knowledge of the test and strategies to help improve your score. I have a lot of experience proofreading from writing research papers in college and business summaries for five years as a reporting analyst. I have a degree in Economics and have experience tutoring all levels of high school math and English.
30 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, writing
$50.00/hr
Port Chester, NY
Dheeraj R. ...Geometry can be very esoteric, but it can also be very interesting if taught in the right way. After teaching it for two years at a high school level, it is really important to approach difficult concepts with practical application. Microsoft PowerPoint is an extremely effective tool for presentations and some quick easy tips go a long way.
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, writing, vocabulary, Microsoft Excel
$120.00/hr
New York, NY
Benjamin N. ...Algebra 1 is a textbook title or the name of a course, but it is not a subject. It is often the course where students become acquainted with symbolic manipulations of quantities. While it can be confusing at first (eg "how can a letter be a number?"), it can also broaden your intellectual scope.
25 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, calculus, physics
$80.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Donald R. ...But as students get older and the math curriculum becomes more challenging, many students are confused when they see problems they don't immediately recognize. That's because they haven't been taught how to analyze a problem and then think their way through to the answer. Although the “how” of a process is important, the “why” is even more important.
8 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2, SAT math
$100.00/hr
Port Chester, NY

  Copyright © 1999-2012  Elizabeth Stapel   |   About   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy

 

 Feedback   |   Error?