$25/hour

4.3
average from
6
ratings

“**Patient tutor**”

Hello, my name is Ahmed S., and I am a Civil Engineering major currently attending college. I have been tutoring professionally for the last three to four years. Whether it has been charge or no charge, my main subjects of expertise are Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus and even to higher level Calculus and Statistics. Occasionally, if

*-Geometry, Pre-Algebra and Algebra I & II: $20/hr
-Trig., PreCalc., Calc. I and Statistics: $25/hr
-Calc. II & III, Linear Algebra and
Differential Equations: $30/hr
-Physics: $34/hr*

In-person lessons

I like how he goes step by step with every problem. He is the type of tutor who cares and has a passion for math and the individual to succeed.

Math:

ACT Math,
Algebra 1,
Science:

Test Preparation:

ACT Math,
SAT Math
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I have taken Algebra in 8th grade and passed both semesters with an A. On top of that, I've helped classmates during and passed Algebra who have needed helped with the course. In high school, I've also informally tutored classmates, friends and even my little brother at times when they took Algebra 1.

I have taken Algebra 2 my sophomore year and passed the class with an A. Although my tutor activity wasn't a lot for this course, I feel I am still eligible to tutor the course anyway as I have tutored courses above it such as Calculus. Calculus accumulates and builds upon Algebra 2.

I have never taken a probability course by itself, but I have taken AP Statistics in my junior year, Algebra 2 in my sophomore year and am currently taking Statistics in my first fall semester of college. All three courses cover a fair amount of probability. I've passed the first two courses with an A, along with getting a 4 on the AP Statistics test. All in all, my hard work and curiosity in these subjects has indirectly expanded my knowledge of probability, and I feel I am credible to teach it.

I have taken the SAT twice, once in my junior year and once in my senior year. Both times I have attained a score of above 700 out of 800 in the Math Section. Since the SAT covers basic Algebra 1, 2, Geometry and even some probability using logic, I feel I am credible to teach it. Not to mention all my years of Algebra 1, 2 and geometry I have acquired As.

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Math Tutor for Algebra, Calculus and Statistics