$40/hour

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“**Very Helpful!**”

With over nine years experience tutoring middle school, high school, and college students, I have the skills you need to ensure that you or your child will be successful in mathematics. I specialize in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, pre-calc, and calculus.

I hold a BS in Mathematics from The Richard Stockton College of New

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Only my first session but so far its been great! Signed up for 6 more! Explained everything thoroughly and made statistics understandable.

Math:

Algebra 1,
Test Preparation:

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I have tutored countless students in Algebra. These students include middle school, high school, and college students.

My experience is always a journey of teaching patience and focus to the students. We must be encouraged that these abstract ideas are not impossible to comprehend. Rather, they are vibrant and dynamic concepts for applying rigor and logic to the world.

As the cornerstone to algebra, I always stress the fundamentals of algebra with my students. It's important to develop these skills early to ensure success in future math courses. As a math tutor, pre-algebra is always present in my students' work and it is always vital to brush up and remind the skills necessary to succeed in more difficult mathematics.

I have taught multiple courses at a community college equivalent to a Statistics 101 course.

Aside from basic probability concepts, the course focused on the following:

z-, t-, and f-testing (and making ample use of the respective probability tables)

Confidence intervals

Regression analysis

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