...If a student does not have a strong foundation in these courses and their topics, it is very likely that they will struggle with Precalculus. In my experience, this is usually the case for most students who need help. For this reason, I typically address the issues with the underlying concepts while also working with the student in their current coursework. (read more)
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-MichaelFinished my first year of graduate school in theoretical high energy physics with a 3.76 GPA. I have experience tutoring physics 1:1 as well as teaching class sizes of 40 students. I have mastered differential equations during my time studying chemical engineering. (read more)
...I have a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and I am now semi-retired. Throughout my long career as a Technical Professional, I used mathematical and statistical tools to analyze data and then explain the results to a non-technical audience. I found this part of my career very rewarding and it led me to tutoring. (read more)
7 Subjects: includingTrigonometry,Algebra 1,Algebra 2,SAT Math
...I can also link these concepts to real life as I was an Electrical Engineer prior to teaching. My knowledge and experience will definitely help students' ACT and SAT math Scores. I have taught most math courses, including Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Advanced Functions & Modeling, Pre-Calculus, Math II, and Math I. (read more)
10 Subjects: includingTrigonometry,Geometry,Algebra 2,SAT Math
...I love to help students who struggle in Pre-Algebra, Algebra-1, Geometry, etc. My method of teaching math is to start with Basic fundamental math. If students are struggling in particular topics in math, I like to start to work on required knowledge to build on or for them, in order to understand the next steps. (read more)