Search

Tracy S.

Can-Do MathTutor - elementary to college and beyond

Can-Do MathTutor - elementary to college and beyond

$55/hour

  • 2,370 hours tutoring

  • Ocean Beach San Diego, CA 92107

About Tracy


Bio

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level writing classes and, with much persistence, gradually improved my English....

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level writing classes and, with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.

How did I do it? Some people say that I was smart, but I say I was smart in terms of how to help myself to master every subject along the way towards my degrees. In doing so, I attained very good study skills. I led many study groups at Palomar College and UCSD and helped my classmates in their test preparations. Many of my classmates expressed to me that I explained the material in a better and easier way than the professors. From this type of feedback, I realized that I have a talent for teaching and that I really enjoy helping others to learn something--no matter how simple or hard it is. I believe that if I can do it, you can do it too!

I have helped many students to attain their high school diploma while tutoring at the San Diego Community College District, Continuing Education. While there, I worked with students aged 16-74 with many different levels of learning. Some had ADHD, dyslexia, substance abuse problems, etc. This was challenging, but extremely rewarding. Nothing pleases me more than the moment when a student has a light bulb go off in his or her head and says, "I understand"! I love to see students' confidence grow!

Although I have worked primarily with adults, I love working and communicating with children as well. I believe that I can help anyone that is struggling with Math!

Past students and classmates of mine have expressed how easy I made the learning process for them. I understand the problems associated with performance and test anxiety, so I keep the learning environment fun and relaxed. I do this by being patient and explaining problems in different ways by using real-life examples that make sense to the individual. In this way, the student is at ease, which allows a good frame of mind for learning. Learning math can actually be fun and stress free!

As I have alluded to, Math is one of my strongest suits and I am passionate about helping others to understand it and maybe even like it! I am constantly searching for new ways of explaining concepts that can make learning come more easily for students. I can help students to understand the Math skills required for such things as the GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT exams.


Education

University of California, San Diego
Economics, ChinaStud

Policies

  • Hourly rate: $55
  • Rate details: A cancellation rate of 100% will apply to any lessons cancelled within 12 hours of start time. This includes lessons cancelled due to illness or forgetting.
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Travel policy: Within 10 miles of San Diego, CA 92107
  • Lesson cancellation: 12 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 5/21/2015

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

Schedule

Loading...

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat


Subjects

Corporate Training

Chinese,

Chinese

I am a Chinese. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. I moved to United States when I was 27 years old. Mandarin is my first language and the official language of Taiwan. I love the Chinese literature. In addition, I have a BA degree in Chinese Studies from University of California San Diego. My pronunciation and tones are perfect. I have helped my UCSD classmates in Chinese pronunciation and grammar.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Because I did so well in my ESL classes, teachers often asked me to help other ESL classmates. For example, after the tests, teachers would ask me to explain to the class the reasons that I chose the correct answers. From this, many ESL classmates saw me for help after the classes. By helping my ESL classmates, I realized that not only do I like to help people to learn English, but also I am good at explaining English grammar to international students. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level reading, writing, spelling, and grammar classes, and with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.
Grammar

Elementary Education

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies. For 2 years I have tutored 12 students with different types of learning difficulties, from age 5 to 12. Subjects include math, reading, English, Chinese, and study skills. What I have learned from my students is that some children have very short attention spans, and they can sometimes become bored easily. As a tutor, I work to engage the students and to help them learn to focus on the task at hand. At times, I must go with the flow, making adjustments as students' energy and focus changes. With love, respect , patience, and the ability to improvise, we can achieve not only the academic goals but also life skills!
Elementary Math,

Elementary Math

I worked for the San Diego Community College District, Continuing Education for 1.5 years. While there, I tutored students aged 16-74 with many different levels of learning. Some had ADHD, dyslexia, substance abuse problems. I also taught General Education Development (GED) at the U.S. Court. U.S. Probation Department for one year and four months. Most of my students had learning disabilities like ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and substance abuse. I have been tutoring students with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and substance abuse privately for the past three years and have helped them raise their grades.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

One of the biggest reasons that I was able to graduate from UCSD with a GPA of 3.5 at the age of 46 years old is that I developed outstanding study skills. English is not my first language, so the challenge was not easy. I took a class, College Success Skills, at Palomar College before I attended UCSD. This class helped me to learn many study skills and to devise a plan for achieving success in college. For example, before enrolling in a class I would interview the instructor to gain a clear understanding of the requirements needed for success. I previewed the course material before taking the class. During the class, I tape recorded the class lecture so I could listen to it again and again. After the class, I used the tape to improve my notes. I made 3x5 and 5x7 flashcards. I kept them handy so I could read them whenever I wanted. Whenever I was driving my car, I listened to the class tapes. I focused on and understood the material rather than just memorizing. In this way, I trained my brain to make connections and became a critical thinker through this type of active learning. I can help others to learn the study skills I developed and used myself.
Elementary Science, Grammar, Reading

English

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Because I did so well in my ESL classes, teachers often asked me to help other ESL classmates. For example, after the tests, teachers would ask me to explain to the class the reasons that I chose the correct answers. From this, many ESL classmates saw me for help after the classes. By helping my ESL classmates, I realized that not only do I like to help people to learn English, but also I am good at explaining English grammar to international students. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level reading, writing, spelling, and grammar classes, and with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.
Grammar, Reading

Homeschool

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies. For 2 years I have tutored 12 students with different types of learning difficulties, from age 5 to 12. Subjects include math, reading, English, Chinese, and study skills. What I have learned from my students is that some children have very short attention spans, and they can sometimes become bored easily. As a tutor, I work to engage the students and to help them learn to focus on the task at hand. At times, I must go with the flow, making adjustments as students' energy and focus changes. With love, respect , patience, and the ability to improvise, we can achieve not only the academic goals but also life skills!
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Because I did so well in my ESL classes, teachers often asked me to help other ESL classmates. For example, after the tests, teachers would ask me to explain to the class the reasons that I chose the correct answers. From this, many ESL classmates saw me for help after the classes. By helping my ESL classmates, I realized that not only do I like to help people to learn English, but also I am good at explaining English grammar to international students. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level reading, writing, spelling, and grammar classes, and with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

One of the biggest reasons that I was able to graduate from UCSD with a GPA of 3.5 at the age of 46 years old is that I developed outstanding study skills. English is not my first language, so the challenge was not easy. I took a class, College Success Skills, at Palomar College before I attended UCSD. This class helped me to learn many study skills and to devise a plan for achieving success in college. For example, before enrolling in a class I would interview the instructor to gain a clear understanding of the requirements needed for success. I previewed the course material before taking the class. During the class, I tape recorded the class lecture so I could listen to it again and again. After the class, I used the tape to improve my notes. I made 3x5 and 5x7 flashcards. I kept them handy so I could read them whenever I wanted. Whenever I was driving my car, I listened to the class tapes. I focused on and understood the material rather than just memorizing. In this way, I trained my brain to make connections and became a critical thinker through this type of active learning. I can help others to learn the study skills I developed and used myself.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Reading, SAT Math

Language

Chinese,

Chinese

I am a Chinese. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. I moved to United States when I was 27 years old. Mandarin is my first language and the official language of Taiwan. I love the Chinese literature. In addition, I have a BA degree in Chinese Studies from University of California San Diego. My pronunciation and tones are perfect. I have helped my UCSD classmates in Chinese pronunciation and grammar.
ESL/ESOL

ESL/ESOL

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Because I did so well in my ESL classes, teachers often asked me to help other ESL classmates. For example, after the tests, teachers would ask me to explain to the class the reasons that I chose the correct answers. From this, many ESL classmates saw me for help after the classes. By helping my ESL classmates, I realized that not only do I like to help people to learn English, but also I am good at explaining English grammar to international students. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level reading, writing, spelling, and grammar classes, and with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.

Math

ACT Math, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Probability, SAT Math, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies. For 2 years I have tutored 12 students with different types of learning difficulties, from age 5 to 12. Subjects include math, reading, English, Chinese, and study skills. What I have learned from my students is that some children have very short attention spans, and they can sometimes become bored easily. As a tutor, I work to engage the students and to help them learn to focus on the task at hand. At times, I must go with the flow, making adjustments as students' energy and focus changes. With love, respect , patience, and the ability to improvise, we can achieve not only the academic goals but also life skills!
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Because I did so well in my ESL classes, teachers often asked me to help other ESL classmates. For example, after the tests, teachers would ask me to explain to the class the reasons that I chose the correct answers. From this, many ESL classmates saw me for help after the classes. By helping my ESL classmates, I realized that not only do I like to help people to learn English, but also I am good at explaining English grammar to international students. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level reading, writing, spelling, and grammar classes, and with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

One of the biggest reasons that I was able to graduate from UCSD with a GPA of 3.5 at the age of 46 years old is that I developed outstanding study skills. English is not my first language, so the challenge was not easy. I took a class, College Success Skills, at Palomar College before I attended UCSD. This class helped me to learn many study skills and to devise a plan for achieving success in college. For example, before enrolling in a class I would interview the instructor to gain a clear understanding of the requirements needed for success. I previewed the course material before taking the class. During the class, I tape recorded the class lecture so I could listen to it again and again. After the class, I used the tape to improve my notes. I made 3x5 and 5x7 flashcards. I kept them handy so I could read them whenever I wanted. Whenever I was driving my car, I listened to the class tapes. I focused on and understood the material rather than just memorizing. In this way, I trained my brain to make connections and became a critical thinker through this type of active learning. I can help others to learn the study skills I developed and used myself.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Reading

Other

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Because I did so well in my ESL classes, teachers often asked me to help other ESL classmates. For example, after the tests, teachers would ask me to explain to the class the reasons that I chose the correct answers. From this, many ESL classmates saw me for help after the classes. By helping my ESL classmates, I realized that not only do I like to help people to learn English, but also I am good at explaining English grammar to international students. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level reading, writing, spelling, and grammar classes, and with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.
Study Skills

Study Skills

One of the biggest reasons that I was able to graduate from UCSD with a GPA of 3.5 at the age of 46 years old is that I developed outstanding study skills. English is not my first language, so the challenge was not easy. I took a class, College Success Skills, at Palomar College before I attended UCSD. This class helped me to learn many study skills and to devise a plan for achieving success in college. For example, before enrolling in a class I would interview the instructor to gain a clear understanding of the requirements needed for success. I previewed the course material before taking the class. During the class, I tape recorded the class lecture so I could listen to it again and again. After the class, I used the tape to improve my notes. I made 3x5 and 5x7 flashcards. I kept them handy so I could read them whenever I wanted. Whenever I was driving my car, I listened to the class tapes. I focused on and understood the material rather than just memorizing. In this way, I trained my brain to make connections and became a critical thinker through this type of active learning. I can help others to learn the study skills I developed and used myself.

Special Needs

ADHD,

ADHD

I worked for the San Diego Community College District, Continuing Education for 1.5 years. While there, I tutored students aged 16-74 with many different levels of learning. Some had ADHD, dyslexia, substance abuse problems. I also taught General Education Development (GED) at the U.S. Court. U.S. Probation Department for one year and four months. Most of my students had learning disabilities like ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and substance abuse. I have been tutoring students with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and substance abuse privately for the past three years and have helped them raise their grades.
Study Skills

Study Skills

One of the biggest reasons that I was able to graduate from UCSD with a GPA of 3.5 at the age of 46 years old is that I developed outstanding study skills. English is not my first language, so the challenge was not easy. I took a class, College Success Skills, at Palomar College before I attended UCSD. This class helped me to learn many study skills and to devise a plan for achieving success in college. For example, before enrolling in a class I would interview the instructor to gain a clear understanding of the requirements needed for success. I previewed the course material before taking the class. During the class, I tape recorded the class lecture so I could listen to it again and again. After the class, I used the tape to improve my notes. I made 3x5 and 5x7 flashcards. I kept them handy so I could read them whenever I wanted. Whenever I was driving my car, I listened to the class tapes. I focused on and understood the material rather than just memorizing. In this way, I trained my brain to make connections and became a critical thinker through this type of active learning. I can help others to learn the study skills I developed and used myself.

Summer

Chinese,

Chinese

I am a Chinese. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. I moved to United States when I was 27 years old. Mandarin is my first language and the official language of Taiwan. I love the Chinese literature. In addition, I have a BA degree in Chinese Studies from University of California San Diego. My pronunciation and tones are perfect. I have helped my UCSD classmates in Chinese pronunciation and grammar.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies. For 2 years I have tutored 12 students with different types of learning difficulties, from age 5 to 12. Subjects include math, reading, English, Chinese, and study skills. What I have learned from my students is that some children have very short attention spans, and they can sometimes become bored easily. As a tutor, I work to engage the students and to help them learn to focus on the task at hand. At times, I must go with the flow, making adjustments as students' energy and focus changes. With love, respect , patience, and the ability to improvise, we can achieve not only the academic goals but also life skills!
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

Hi, my name is Tracy. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan and in my late 20s I came to America with very little English. As a result, the only job I could find was in the Chinese restaurant business. After some years, I was frustrated with my inability to communicate with customers, so I enrolled in an ESL class and studied very hard. Because I did so well in my ESL classes, teachers often asked me to help other ESL classmates. For example, after the tests, teachers would ask me to explain to the class the reasons that I chose the correct answers. From this, many ESL classmates saw me for help after the classes. By helping my ESL classmates, I realized that not only do I like to help people to learn English, but also I am good at explaining English grammar to international students. Later, with encouragement from my ESL teachers, I took community college level reading, writing, spelling, and grammar classes, and with much persistence, gradually improved my English. Ten years later, I have not only an AA degree in Liberal Studies from Palomar College, but also two BA degrees in Economics and Chinese Studies with a GPA of 3.6 from the University of California, San Diego. I finished with honors, which allowed me to be a member of the exclusive Golden Key International Honor Society.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

One of the biggest reasons that I was able to graduate from UCSD with a GPA of 3.5 at the age of 46 years old is that I developed outstanding study skills. English is not my first language, so the challenge was not easy. I took a class, College Success Skills, at Palomar College before I attended UCSD. This class helped me to learn many study skills and to devise a plan for achieving success in college. For example, before enrolling in a class I would interview the instructor to gain a clear understanding of the requirements needed for success. I previewed the course material before taking the class. During the class, I tape recorded the class lecture so I could listen to it again and again. After the class, I used the tape to improve my notes. I made 3x5 and 5x7 flashcards. I kept them handy so I could read them whenever I wanted. Whenever I was driving my car, I listened to the class tapes. I focused on and understood the material rather than just memorizing. In this way, I trained my brain to make connections and became a critical thinker through this type of active learning. I can help others to learn the study skills I developed and used myself.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, GED, Geometry, Reading, SAT Math

Test Preparation

ACT Math, ASVAB, GED, PSAT, SAT Math

Resources

Tracy has shared 2 answers on Wyzant Resources.

Go to Tracy’s resources

Ratings and Reviews


Rating

4.9 (675 ratings)
5 star
(644)
4 star
(22)
3 star
(5)
2 star
(2)
1 star
(2)

Reviews


Best tutoring experience ever!

Tracy made herself available on short notice and literally transformed my daughter's attitude about a challenging trig concept from utter frustration to a comfortable understanding. We've already scheduled our second session. Tracy is everything you want in a tutor - great communication, mastery of the subject matter, very well prepared (she even brought extra pencils, which it turns out my daughter needed to borrow!), patience, and would you believe even a bit of humor? Perfect experience all the way around. Highly recommended.

Casey, 2 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Casey, Thank you for the detailed and positive feedback. I really enjoyed working with you and your family! Your daughter is smart and a fast learner. Thank you again for giving me the opportunity sharpening her math skills and increasing her confidence in trigonometry and conic. We had a lot of fun too! I am looking forward to continue working with you and your daughter. Have a great summer! Love, Tracy

Great tutor!

I have gotten "stuck" several times in my college algebra class. Tracy was able to explain what I was doing incorrectly so I could solve the problems. I have met with her several times and each time she was very helpful.

Robin, 4 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi, Robin, Thank you so much for the detailed and positive feedback. I really enjoyed working with you and sharpening your math skills because you are a such hard worker! In addition, you are a caring and respectful person. I know you can do it! Have a great summer. :) Love, Tracy

Knowledgeable and patient tutor.

Tracy has been an excellent addition to our team. She has gone beyond and above to help ensure that my child understands his lessons. Tracy is not only a patient tutor but she is very respectful and encouraging. My child's confidence in math has increased threefold in such a short time as a result of working with Tracy.

Bev, 44 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi, Bev, Thank you for the 5 star rating and the positive feedback. It's a pleasure to work with you, your family, and your son. I really like him because he is a good person! He is also a hard worker who knows the value of hard work! I am honored to be on his educational team and having you and your family as my teammates! I am looking forward to continue working with you and your son. Love, Tracy

Knowledge and Patience tutor ^~^

I’m an ESL student who doesn’t speak English very well. Tracy is a very patient and nice math teacher! Tracy helped me on my SAT math and my Pre-Calculus class! It helped me a lot!! I got an A on today’s test ! She can speak fluent English and Chinese. She also has long teaching experience. She explains to me each steps about how to solve these math problems very carefully. I really recommend her to other students who need to help on math!

Qiyao, 1 lesson with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi, Qiyao, Thank you for the detailed and positive feedback. I really enjoyed working with you and sharpening your math abilities and skills. You are such a hard worker and a super nice person! It is rewarding to have helped you achieve your goals! Thank you again for having me as your math tutor. I am looking forward to more lessons with you! Love, Tracy

We love Tracy!

She is patient, kind and has a great sense of humor. Tracy explains the concepts in a clear manner. My daughter finally is understanding math!

Anne, 17 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Anne, Thank you for the 5 star rating and the awesome feedback. It's a pleasure to work with you and your daughter. She is a hard worker who knows the value of hard work! Thank you for treating me like a VIP/ member of the family. I really appreciate it!!! Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season! Love, Tracy

Such a Wonderful, Patient Tutor

My son has recently been diagnosed with ADHD and has a really difficult time with common core math. Tracy is such a great match for my son. She is extremely patient and very motivating. Her encouragement gives my son's self esteem the boost that he so desperately needs to want to work harder. He has made a ton of progress is his sessions and I know that Tracy will be such a vital part to his education as we continue throughout the school year.

Joseph, 4 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Thank you for the heartfelt and positive review! I really enjoyed working with your son. He is so smart and so mature beyond his age. I appreciated his hard work completing the exercises on his own time and wanting to get the correct answers and good grade.:) I am honored to be on his education team and having you and your wife as my teammates!

Highly Recommended Math Tutor

Tracy worked with our teenager for several weeks specifically on GED Math Testing Prep. He had previously worked with tutors and attended Test Prep Courses offered by local adult education programs but continued to test poorly. After working with Tracy, he tested and passed on his 1st attempt! To say, she come with the highest recommendation is an understatement. The proof is in the pudding! Thank you Tracy!

Norma, 4 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Thank you so much Norma, I am glad that I could help your son get one step closer to his long term goals. I really enjoyed working with him! He is a good kid who is willing to do the hard work for his dreams. You and your family are the nicest people! Thank you again for having me as your son's math tutor. I will definitely contact you if I need a reference from you. :) Love, Tracy

Knowledgeable and Nice

Tracy was incredibly helpful and taught at my speed. She was willing to make up questions on her own just to make sure I understood it, it was really helpful. Thank you Tracy!

Chaz, 5 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Chaz, Thank you for the heartfelt and detailed feedback. I really enjoyed working with you to reach your goal in two weeks! Yes, you did challenge me to come up with new practice questions to ensure that you did learn how to solve these types of questions! It paid off! If you have Statistic questions, I am here to answer. I will be in town for another 5/6 weeks. Have a great break! Love, Tracy

Tracy's rating

Tracy is a fantastic tutor that quickly connected with my son. She enforces good habits and emphasizes the student learn to explain the results of their answers. She is always on time and gets right to the task. Tracy is easy to work with and a true professional.

Maritza , 3 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Thank you so much Maritza for the positive and detailed feedback. I really enjoyed working with you and your son. He is so smart! He just needs to improve his communication with his teacher by writing down every step so his teacher can give him partial credit when his answers are not correct. Writing down every step also improves his chance to get correct answers versus doing everything in his head or just guessing. Thank you for the opportunity to help your son. I will continue do my best to assist him! Love, Tracy

$55/hour

Tracy S.

$55/hour

  • No subscriptions or upfront payments

  • Only pay for the time you need

  • Find the right fit, or your first hour is free

Contact Tracy