Reno O. B. - $17.00/hr - Philadelphia, PA - View Reno O. B. >>

...From 2013-2014, I taught Geometry at Camden High School in the Camden City School District of NJ. Students who are having problems writing proofs will be trained to first brainstorm, and then organize reason for a given postulate. Trigonometric Ratio Problems can be solved by thing of sine, cosine, and tangent ratios as sides of Similar Triangles. (read more)
**13 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Chemistry,
Calculus,
Algebra 2

Joel T. - $70.00/hr - Philadelphia, PA - View Joel T. >>

I graduated with a BA from Rutgers University in May 2014, and an M.Sc. in 2017 in Mathematical Finance. At Rutgers University, I worked as a math tutor from my first semester freshman year to my last semester senior year, tutoring subjects from algebra and precalculus to calculus 1-4, Math Analysi... (read more)
**30 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Writing,
Algebra 1

Anjuli A. - $45.00/hr - Pottstown, PA - View Anjuli A. >>

...Roberts High School in Pottstown
* Spring-Ford Senior High School in Royersford
* Upper Merion High School in King of Prussia
* St. Pius X High School in Pottstown
* Radnor High School in Radnor
Under my tutelage, all students showed improvements in their grades at the end of the year. I have ... (read more)
**12 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Geometry,
GRE

Aalok P. - $60.00/hr - Philadelphia, PA - View Aalok P. >>

...I provide the students with vast amount of different problems that will help them understand the material. I always start with the basics and make sure that they have mastered that because it will allow the student to expand and understand more later. This was the way I have been taught and it has worked very effectively not only on me but also on the students that I have taught also. (read more)
**10 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Geometry,
Algebra 1

Allen B. - $45.00/hr - Woodstown, NJ - View Allen B. >>

...I don’t have a rigid cancellation policy, but would appreciate a call or text.The traditional first stumbling block in Algebra I is the concept of a “variable”, or representing numbers with symbols such a letters. The next hurdle is typically signed numbers, symbolic operations on variables, and equations. These require extensive interactive examples and discussion. (read more)
**17 Subjects: **
including
Trigonometry,
Calculus,
Physics,
Geometry

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