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Kevin H.

Mathematics handled with confidence.

Mathematics handled with confidence.

$300/hour

  • 1,746 hours tutoring

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I want to have your mind on "cruise control" in deciphering math. I want you determined to conquer math and not let it conquer you. I want flexible, giving clients who laugh at my corny jokes. Let's have an online math session and see if I can have you astounded.

I want to have your mind on "cruise control" in deciphering math. I want you determined to conquer math and not let it conquer you. I want flexible, giving clients who laugh at my corny jokes. Let's have an online math session and see if I can have you astounded.


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Corporate Training

Statistics

Statistics

Elementary Statistics is a data-intensive and inferential undergraduate course. This course usually provides a non-theoretical approach, without formal proofs, toward explaining concepts intuitively and supporting them with abundant examples. Applications of elementary statistics are found amongst many diverse sectors. However, their most notable use is within the social sciences and business. I have personally taken and excelled at a course in elementary statistics.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Traditional Algebra 1 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 2 high school course. This entails comparing the key characteristics and creating and solving equations and inequalities for linear, quadratic and exponential expressions. I also tutor traditional Algebra 1 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 1 course or are homeschooled.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Traditional Algebra 2 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 3 high school course. Math 3 provides an introductory understanding of the most common types of functions used extensively in advanced/college-level mathematics courses. I also tutor traditional Algebra 2 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 2 course or are homeschooled.
Calculus,

Calculus

Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB provides a fundamental understanding of how differentiation and integration is used to solve dynamical problems. Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC discusses advanced integration with emphasis on series representation. I excel at calculus and it provides essential knowledge to complement distinguished physical science and engineering research.
Geometry,

Geometry

The Common Core (www.corestandards.org) proposes a set of academic standards for a student's mathematical knowledge and capabilities at the end of each grade within K-12. Common Core spreads out traditional high school geometry among Math 1, 2 and 3 courses. Math 1 links algebraic formulas for midpoint, distance and slope of a line with coordinate plane geometry. Math 2 discusses line/angle theorems, figure transformations, congruence/similarity theorems and basic trigonometry. Math 3 mostly focuses on a robust understanding of circles and their interaction with lines, line segments and established angles. I also tutor traditional high school geometry for those enrolled in a stand alone course or are homeschooled.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Traditional pre-algebra material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 1 high school course. Math 1 introduces students to the idea of a function and its main characteristics. It also expands on number sense concepts discussed in previous grade levels. I also tutor traditional pre-algebra for those enrolled in a stand alone pre-algebra course or are homeschooled.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus involves a fundamental understanding of advanced trigonometry, advanced functions, analytic geometry, and data analysis. I excel at pre-calculus and it is a necessary prerequisite for future calculus courses. There are specific nuances to pre-calculus that make deciphering calculus much easier and more enjoyable.
Statistics

Statistics

Elementary Statistics is a data-intensive and inferential undergraduate course. This course usually provides a non-theoretical approach, without formal proofs, toward explaining concepts intuitively and supporting them with abundant examples. Applications of elementary statistics are found amongst many diverse sectors. However, their most notable use is within the social sciences and business. I have personally taken and excelled at a course in elementary statistics.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Traditional Algebra 1 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 2 high school course. This entails comparing the key characteristics and creating and solving equations and inequalities for linear, quadratic and exponential expressions. I also tutor traditional Algebra 1 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 1 course or are homeschooled.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Traditional Algebra 2 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 3 high school course. Math 3 provides an introductory understanding of the most common types of functions used extensively in advanced/college-level mathematics courses. I also tutor traditional Algebra 2 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 2 course or are homeschooled.
Calculus,

Calculus

Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB provides a fundamental understanding of how differentiation and integration is used to solve dynamical problems. Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC discusses advanced integration with emphasis on series representation. I excel at calculus and it provides essential knowledge to complement distinguished physical science and engineering research.
Geometry,

Geometry

The Common Core (www.corestandards.org) proposes a set of academic standards for a student's mathematical knowledge and capabilities at the end of each grade within K-12. Common Core spreads out traditional high school geometry among Math 1, 2 and 3 courses. Math 1 links algebraic formulas for midpoint, distance and slope of a line with coordinate plane geometry. Math 2 discusses line/angle theorems, figure transformations, congruence/similarity theorems and basic trigonometry. Math 3 mostly focuses on a robust understanding of circles and their interaction with lines, line segments and established angles. I also tutor traditional high school geometry for those enrolled in a stand alone course or are homeschooled.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Traditional pre-algebra material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 1 high school course. Math 1 introduces students to the idea of a function and its main characteristics. It also expands on number sense concepts discussed in previous grade levels. I also tutor traditional pre-algebra for those enrolled in a stand alone pre-algebra course or are homeschooled.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus involves a fundamental understanding of advanced trigonometry, advanced functions, analytic geometry, and data analysis. I excel at pre-calculus and it is a necessary prerequisite for future calculus courses. There are specific nuances to pre-calculus that make deciphering calculus much easier and more enjoyable.
Statistics,

Statistics

Elementary Statistics is a data-intensive and inferential undergraduate course. This course usually provides a non-theoretical approach, without formal proofs, toward explaining concepts intuitively and supporting them with abundant examples. Applications of elementary statistics are found amongst many diverse sectors. However, their most notable use is within the social sciences and business. I have personally taken and excelled at a course in elementary statistics.
Trigonometry

Trigonometry

The study of pre-calculus includes more advanced trigonometry than what is taught in traditional high school geometry. Advanced trigonometry requires understanding and manipulating of various trigonometric equations, identities and formulas. I excel at advanced trigonometry and it is absolutely important for future calculus courses.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Traditional Algebra 1 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 2 high school course. This entails comparing the key characteristics and creating and solving equations and inequalities for linear, quadratic and exponential expressions. I also tutor traditional Algebra 1 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 1 course or are homeschooled.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Traditional Algebra 2 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 3 high school course. Math 3 provides an introductory understanding of the most common types of functions used extensively in advanced/college-level mathematics courses. I also tutor traditional Algebra 2 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 2 course or are homeschooled.
Calculus,

Calculus

Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB provides a fundamental understanding of how differentiation and integration is used to solve dynamical problems. Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC discusses advanced integration with emphasis on series representation. I excel at calculus and it provides essential knowledge to complement distinguished physical science and engineering research.
Geometry,

Geometry

The Common Core (www.corestandards.org) proposes a set of academic standards for a student's mathematical knowledge and capabilities at the end of each grade within K-12. Common Core spreads out traditional high school geometry among Math 1, 2 and 3 courses. Math 1 links algebraic formulas for midpoint, distance and slope of a line with coordinate plane geometry. Math 2 discusses line/angle theorems, figure transformations, congruence/similarity theorems and basic trigonometry. Math 3 mostly focuses on a robust understanding of circles and their interaction with lines, line segments and established angles. I also tutor traditional high school geometry for those enrolled in a stand alone course or are homeschooled.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Traditional pre-algebra material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 1 high school course. Math 1 introduces students to the idea of a function and its main characteristics. It also expands on number sense concepts discussed in previous grade levels. I also tutor traditional pre-algebra for those enrolled in a stand alone pre-algebra course or are homeschooled.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Pre-calculus involves a fundamental understanding of advanced trigonometry, advanced functions, analytic geometry, and data analysis. I excel at pre-calculus and it is a necessary prerequisite for future calculus courses. There are specific nuances to pre-calculus that make deciphering calculus much easier and more enjoyable.
Statistics

Statistics

Elementary Statistics is a data-intensive and inferential undergraduate course. This course usually provides a non-theoretical approach, without formal proofs, toward explaining concepts intuitively and supporting them with abundant examples. Applications of elementary statistics are found amongst many diverse sectors. However, their most notable use is within the social sciences and business. I have personally taken and excelled at a course in elementary statistics.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Traditional Algebra 1 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 2 high school course. This entails comparing the key characteristics and creating and solving equations and inequalities for linear, quadratic and exponential expressions. I also tutor traditional Algebra 1 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 1 course or are homeschooled.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Traditional Algebra 2 material is mainly discussed in the Common Core Math 3 high school course. Math 3 provides an introductory understanding of the most common types of functions used extensively in advanced/college-level mathematics courses. I also tutor traditional Algebra 2 for those enrolled in a stand alone Algebra 2 course or are homeschooled.
Calculus,

Calculus

Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB provides a fundamental understanding of how differentiation and integration is used to solve dynamical problems. Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC discusses advanced integration with emphasis on series representation. I excel at calculus and it provides essential knowledge to complement distinguished physical science and engineering research.
Geometry,

Geometry

The Common Core (www.corestandards.org) proposes a set of academic standards for a student's mathematical knowledge and capabilities at the end of each grade within K-12. Common Core spreads out traditional high school geometry among Math 1, 2 and 3 courses. Math 1 links algebraic formulas for midpoint, distance and slope of a line with coordinate plane geometry. Math 2 discusses line/angle theorems, figure transformations, congruence/similarity theorems and basic trigonometry. Math 3 mostly focuses on a robust understanding of circles and their interaction with lines, line segments and established angles. I also tutor traditional high school geometry for those enrolled in a stand alone course or are homeschooled.
Statistics

Statistics

Elementary Statistics is a data-intensive and inferential undergraduate course. This course usually provides a non-theoretical approach, without formal proofs, toward explaining concepts intuitively and supporting them with abundant examples. Applications of elementary statistics are found amongst many diverse sectors. However, their most notable use is within the social sciences and business. I have personally taken and excelled at a course in elementary statistics.

Ratings and Reviews


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4.9 (371 ratings)
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Reviews


Engaging and approachable

For a full 60 minutes Kevin was really able to engage my son with his Pre-Calculus topics. He is high-energy, approachable and fun. He clearly has a passion for Math and teaching it to others. I am so grateful!

Jen, 24 lessons with Kevin

Fantastic Tutor!

Kevin is very good at explaining complex math topics. He was extremely patient and highly knowledgeable. He was extremely responsive and made himself available to meet. Great experience!

Lauren, 4 lessons with Kevin

Statistics tutoring.

Kevin tutored me on statistics. He is very knowledgeable and above all very patient. Initially I was very nervous but when I had my lesson with Kevin, he simplified it and the content was well understood.

Phina, 2 lessons with Kevin

Very Patient and Knowledgeable

Kevin is very patient and meticulous. He explains the subject matter in an easy to understand manner and has helped my son greatly. My son was failing Algebra II, but on his last test, he made a 92! Thanks Kevin!

James, 26 lessons with Kevin

Great Tutor

Kevin is great, he is a God Send. I really needed someone who could help me understand and apply Algebra concepts, and now I am able to continue with my online classes because of him. He is very knowledgeable and precise in the subject.

Louise, 14 lessons with Kevin

Really Good

I love when Mr. H actually lets me work out the problems and then tells me what I'm doing wrong! It helps me because at the end of the day, I won't have him by my side when I'm taking the test.

Kerstie, 26 lessons with Kevin

Excellent tutor for algebra 2

My son was halfway through the quarter and was struggling in algebra 2. Four sessions with Kevin yielded a 97, 98 and a 94 on his midterm. He is a great teacher and has explains concepts in a way my son understands!

Ansley, 12 lessons with Kevin

Excellent Tutor!

I have never seen my son so excited and encouraged as I have the past week. All the credit goes to Kevin for his excellent tutoring skills. My son is actually excited about math and really "wants" to understand it. Instead of struggling for hours a day to understand the concept of the equations, he is now actually completing them with confidence! Kevin shows my son easier ways to solve for the unknown to where he completely understands it. It is all starting to make sense to him. Thanks Kevin for making all the difference!

Pam, 189 lessons with Kevin

Thorough, easy to understand, very intelligent.

Great job! My son struggles learning Geometry in a busy classroom setting but quickly comprehends everything Kevin covers in their tutoring sessions.

Terri, 26 lessons with Kevin

$300/hour

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Kevin H.

$300/hour

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