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Tracy S.

Can-Do MathTutor - elementary to college and beyond

Can-Do MathTutor - elementary to college and beyond

$70/hour

  • 2,953 hours tutoring

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


Education

University of California, San Diego
Economics, ChinaStud

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Hourly Rate: $70
  • Rate details: A cancellation rate of one hour lesson will apply to any lessons cancelled within 24 hours of start time. This includes lessons cancelled due to illness or forgetting.
  • Travel policy: Within 10 miles of San Diego, CA 92107
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 7/17/2021

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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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

Examples of Expertise


Tracy has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering 2 questions submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

Ratings and Reviews


Rating

4.9 (736 ratings)
5 star
(703)
4 star
(24)
3 star
(5)
2 star
(2)
1 star
(2)

Reviews


Great tutor!

My son is studying to take his ASVAB exam and Tracy has been helping him with math and after 10 lessons he has learned so much from Tracy! His confidence level has soared and will be ready for the test soon! Thanks Tracy!

Bonnie, 12 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Bonnie, Thank you for your 5 star rating and the encouraging feedback. I really enjoyed working with you and your son! Your son is a smart and a fast learner. We had so much fun working together! I love seeing his HAPPY dance after he solved a question or learned a new math skill! Thank you again for giving me the opportunity to sharpen his math skills and increase his confidence. I am looking forward to continuing working with you and your son. Happy Mother's Day! Love, Tracy

Great tutor!

My son is studying to take his ASVAB exam and Tracy has been helping him with math and in just 5 lessons he has learned so much and has gained so much confidence in his math abilities! Tracy is patient and always keeps me updated after every lesson! My son enjoys and looks forward to his lessons! Thanks Tracy!

Bonnie, 12 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Bonnie, Thank you for the 5 star rating and the positive feedback. I really like your son and we have a lot of fun working together. He is a smart and focused student, and a young man with a heart of gold. He is also a good teammate! He did what I asked him to do. That's why he has improved so much. With that attitude he will have a good career and a good life. Thank you again for giving the opportunity to sharpen his math skills and increase his confidence in math. I look forward to our lessons! Love, Tracy

Patient tutor

Tracy has been helping my sophomore son for a few months. She often spends more time with him than we arranged and she always wants to make sure he understands the material. She has been patient and I know she really cares.

Katie , 8 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Katie, Thank you for the positive and encouraging feedback. I really enjoyed working with you and your son! Your son wants to learn, and he was focused during the lessons. Thank you again for giving me the opportunity to sharpen his math skills and increase his confidence in math. Yes, my students are like my own kids or my grandkids. I care about their well being very much! :) Love, Tracy

Thorough and Patient

Tracey was very helpful with our daughter Bailey prepping for her Algebra final this week. She was patient and took the time to thoroughly explain the problems and how to solve them. She was very nice and easy to work with our schedule. Thanks!

Shirley, 3 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Thank you so much Shirley for your honest and positive feedback! I really enjoy working with your daughter because she is a fearless young lady. She is not afraid of letting me know that she needs more explanation on certain questions. So happy to hear that her hard work paid off. She was able to achieve her goal. Thank you again for the positive feedback and opportunity! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Love, Tracy

Excellent teacher

My daughter has been struggling with math problems since elementary school. Since she started the math tutoring with Tracy, her math problems skills improved 100%. My daughter start thinking math is fun and easy subject and not afraid of it anymore. Thank you Tracy!

Jeong Eun, 49 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Jeong Eun, Thank you for the 5 star rating and positive feedback! I really enjoy working with your daughter because she is a smart and happy young lady. She learns fast and always has a smile on her face. We had a lot of fun working together! You're a wise mother who insists on keeping the math tutoring going during the summer months so that your daughter can build a strong foundation. I am glad that her hard work paid off this fall semester, and her math confidence has skyrocketed! I am looking forward to continue working with you and your daughter. Love, Tracy

ASVAB

Tracy, is a great tutor, she's patient and explains every process in a way I can understand. She's passionate and take pride in helping her students succeed. I highly recommend Tracy for any Math tutoring!

Christopher , 3 lessons with Tracy

Asvab

Very patient and knowledgeable. My son can’t wait for his next lesson. Looking forward to working with Tracy on a weekly basis. Will definitely recommend Tracy.

Tracey, 11 lessons with Tracy

Great Tutor, Patient, Sweet.

Tracy helped me pass my precalculus class, when before I was completely struggling and stressing. Now we meet and solve all my math issues, and I get A’s in all my tests. She is very kind, sweet, funny, patient, and super smart. She cares a lot about her students which makes working with her so wonderful.

Veronica, 25 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Ronnie, Thank you for the 5 star rating and the honest, heartfelt and positive review. I enjoy working with you because you are so smart and so thoughtful. I appreciate your hard work completing the exercises and wanting to get the correct answers on your own. :) I am honored to be on your education path and be a part of your life! Thank you again!

Tracy is amazing!

My daughter Teanna has been struggling with math for many years now. We have been through 5 tutors from various tutoring services. Tracy did a wonderful job teaching Teanna. Tracy has a knack for simplifying complicated math problems. Teanna is looking forward to her next lesson with Tracy.

Norman, 3 lessons with Tracy
Tutor responded:

Hi Norman, Thank you for the positive and encouraging feedback. I really enjoyed working with you and your daughter! Teanna is smart and a fast learner. Thank you again for giving me the opportunity to sharpen her math skills and increase her confidence in factoring and solving quadratic equations. We had a lot of fun too! I am looking forward to continue working with you and Teanna.

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