$45/hour

4.9
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“**Knowledgable and great tutor**”

I'm a recent graduate of the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pure Chemistry.

I've tutored on a regular basis since the start of my junior year in college, mainly in …
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*Hourly rate for in-home private tutoring. Negotiable rate depending on location.*

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She is very patient, shows easier ways to solve problems she is very knowledgeable in math analysis and had helped me in understanding my homework.

Jennifer is an excellent tutor. She helped shortened my daughter's study time in AP Calculus over the summer. Jennifer knows the subject matter very well and my daughter felt more confident and liked Jennifer a lot.

Jennifer is so patient and really good at explaining things! Math doesn't come easy to me and she made it easier. I definitely recommend her!

Jennifer was so patient with me. I didn't feel at all intimidated. She made me feel like my questions were valid. She definitely cleared up a lot of confusion.

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I've taken math courses, including algebra 1 and 2, and have enjoyed both thoroughly. With the help of my own algebra tutor, I was able to understand foreign concepts and now fully comprehend the material. Knowing algebra is essential for success in future math courses, so I make sure my students gain confidence in algebra before moving onto more difficult concepts.

I've taken Algebra II up to Calculus BC in high school. I used what I learned in order to tutor other students in various math subjects since my junior year in college.

I've taken Calculus AB and Calculus BC in high school and passed both exams. At UCR, I've taken additional calculus courses in sequences and series, and two quarters of Multivariable Calculus, where calculus concepts are applied to 3 dimensions.

Received a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry at UC Riverside. Took intensive courses in organic, inorganic, analytical, physical, environmental, and theoretical chemistry. Tutored high school students in chemistry for two years, helping them prepare for upcoming AP exams.

I took several differential equations courses at UC Riverside where I learned how to derive these equations and learned from a mathematical perspective. The concepts from these courses were then applied within my major courses including chemistry, physics, and biology. From my experience, I can teach differential equations concepts with a mathematical approach or by using real-world examples.

In my two years as a private tutor, I've spent time with elementary students, usually 3rd-6th grades, with their school work, homework, and getting ahead. I looked over homework problems and broke down difficult math problems and used relatable examples to help the students truly understand the concepts. I've interacted with students outside of the tutoring environment as I was a Sunday school teacher for several years at my local church, teaching students ranging from pre-kindergarten to 6th grade. I enjoy working with elementary students because I am part of their learning process, as they are mine.

I consider geometry to be my strongest subject in mathematics, since I enjoy the technicalities, and the concepts naturally made sense to my technical mind. After tutoring many students in geometry and its concepts in exams such as the SAT and ACT, I've found creative ways to explain geometry. Some concepts can be imagined with visual examples such as area, volume, surface area. Others such as angles and trigonometry can be explained with logic as well as real-world examples. I enjoy teaching geometry because students can find the best way that geometry makes sense for them.

I am familiar with the GRE questions as I personally took the general GRE exam during Summer 2014. Previously, I took two GRE prep courses, one from Kaplan, and am also familiar with the test strategies. I would be able to help with learning the material present on the exam as well as teaching strategy.

I took the general SAT and Math II subject test (780/800). Since high school, I've taught SAT Math and study skills at a tutoring center.

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