Math, Science, and Test Prep Tutor

Matthew A.
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Math, Science, and Test Prep Tutor

Matthew A.
Hello students and parents!

My name is Matt, and I'm a math, science, and test prep tutor with twelve years of experience under my belt. I've tutored math and science at all levels of grade school, from the elementary grade level up through high school, with a little college level tutoring thrown in for good measure. I've also tutored both the SAT and ACT and have extensive knowledge of the key differences between the two tests.

I have a bachelors degree from The University of Texas at...

B.S. Biology

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GRE

Statistics

ACT English,
ACT Reading,
SAT Reading,
SAT Writing

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

I've tutored students of all levels in Algebra 1: students who were behind in the class and trying to catch up, others who were trying to maintain an A average, and even a couple who had changed school districts and were trying to adjust to what the new school's curricula were. Algebra is one of my favorite classes to tutor because there are so many things learned in the class that can be used in everyday life.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Besides Chemistry, Algebra 2 is the class I've tutored the most students in. Algebra 2 introduces many difficult, new subjects, such as imaginary numbers and conic sections. With so much to remember, it tends to give students trouble. It is my goal to make these subjects understandable.

Biology,
#### Biology

Biology has been a passion of mine since 8th grade. In high school, I took the Biology AP exam, so I'm familiar with the curriculum. I majored in Biology at UT, with concentrations in both Cell/Molecular Biology and Computational Biology.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

Calculus was my favorite class in high school. Some of the topics can be difficult to learn, but much of the later topics are just new applications of old ones.

Chemistry,
#### Chemistry

As a Biology major at UT, I took many different Chemistry courses and developed a deep appreciation for the discipline. In high school, I took the AP Chemistry exam, so I'm familiar with its curriculum.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

Geometry can be frustrating to many students because it introduces topics that don't seem to build on what has been previously learned in pre-algebra and algebra. There is an abundance of new vocabulary to learn, and if the class includes proofs, then there are a number of theorems and postulates to memorize. Geometry is an important class for students who want to do well in pre-calculus later on, as it introduces students to trigonometry.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

Precalculus is a continuation of both algebra 2 and geometry, as it builds upon topics from each in preparation for calculus. It is one of my favorite math classes to tutor because of its frequent use of graphs and pictures, as well as its introduction to many of the concepts encountered in calculus.

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I've been tutoring the SAT for seven years now, including the Math section.

Physics,
Prealgebra,
SAT Reading,
Statistics
Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

I've tutored students of all levels in Algebra 1: students who were behind in the class and trying to catch up, others who were trying to maintain an A average, and even a couple who had changed school districts and were trying to adjust to what the new school's curricula were. Algebra is one of my favorite classes to tutor because there are so many things learned in the class that can be used in everyday life.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Besides Chemistry, Algebra 2 is the class I've tutored the most students in. Algebra 2 introduces many difficult, new subjects, such as imaginary numbers and conic sections. With so much to remember, it tends to give students trouble. It is my goal to make these subjects understandable.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

Calculus was my favorite class in high school. Some of the topics can be difficult to learn, but much of the later topics are just new applications of old ones.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

Geometry can be frustrating to many students because it introduces topics that don't seem to build on what has been previously learned in pre-algebra and algebra. There is an abundance of new vocabulary to learn, and if the class includes proofs, then there are a number of theorems and postulates to memorize. Geometry is an important class for students who want to do well in pre-calculus later on, as it introduces students to trigonometry.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

Precalculus is a continuation of both algebra 2 and geometry, as it builds upon topics from each in preparation for calculus. It is one of my favorite math classes to tutor because of its frequent use of graphs and pictures, as well as its introduction to many of the concepts encountered in calculus.

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I've been tutoring the SAT for seven years now, including the Math section.

ACT Math,
Physics,
Prealgebra,
Statistics,
Trigonometry
Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

I've tutored students of all levels in Algebra 1: students who were behind in the class and trying to catch up, others who were trying to maintain an A average, and even a couple who had changed school districts and were trying to adjust to what the new school's curricula were. Algebra is one of my favorite classes to tutor because there are so many things learned in the class that can be used in everyday life.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Besides Chemistry, Algebra 2 is the class I've tutored the most students in. Algebra 2 introduces many difficult, new subjects, such as imaginary numbers and conic sections. With so much to remember, it tends to give students trouble. It is my goal to make these subjects understandable.

Biology,
#### Biology

Biology has been a passion of mine since 8th grade. In high school, I took the Biology AP exam, so I'm familiar with the curriculum. I majored in Biology at UT, with concentrations in both Cell/Molecular Biology and Computational Biology.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

Calculus was my favorite class in high school. Some of the topics can be difficult to learn, but much of the later topics are just new applications of old ones.

Chemistry,
#### Chemistry

As a Biology major at UT, I took many different Chemistry courses and developed a deep appreciation for the discipline. In high school, I took the AP Chemistry exam, so I'm familiar with its curriculum.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

Geometry can be frustrating to many students because it introduces topics that don't seem to build on what has been previously learned in pre-algebra and algebra. There is an abundance of new vocabulary to learn, and if the class includes proofs, then there are a number of theorems and postulates to memorize. Geometry is an important class for students who want to do well in pre-calculus later on, as it introduces students to trigonometry.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

Precalculus is a continuation of both algebra 2 and geometry, as it builds upon topics from each in preparation for calculus. It is one of my favorite math classes to tutor because of its frequent use of graphs and pictures, as well as its introduction to many of the concepts encountered in calculus.

Physics,
Prealgebra,
Statistics
Biology,
#### Biology

Biology has been a passion of mine since 8th grade. In high school, I took the Biology AP exam, so I'm familiar with the curriculum. I majored in Biology at UT, with concentrations in both Cell/Molecular Biology and Computational Biology.

Chemistry,
#### Chemistry

As a Biology major at UT, I took many different Chemistry courses and developed a deep appreciation for the discipline. In high school, I took the AP Chemistry exam, so I'm familiar with its curriculum.

ACT Science,
Physics
SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I've been tutoring the SAT for seven years now, including the Math section.

Physics,
Statistics
SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I've been tutoring the SAT for seven years now, including the Math section.

ACT English,
ACT Math,
ACT Reading,
ACT Science,
GRE,
SAT Reading,
SAT Writing
## Great tutor

Helped my college freshman through statistics. Excellent tutor. Worth the price. He helped fill in gaps she didn’t know she had and her grade is better because of the study time she had with him.

Genevieve, 3 lessons with Matthew

## The Real Deal

Matthew has been a tremendous advocate in our efforts to unlock math for my student. His manner is calm and assuring and I have seen increased confidence with every session. Today, we got our first A on a quiz this year. Matthew is highly recommended!

Robert, 10 lessons with Matthew

## Knowledgeable and great teacher

I have had tutoring with Matthew before and he is very knowledgeable on the subject that I had with him, which is Math. He is great at showing and explaining step by step and literally knows every question that I had asked him. One thing that I especially like about him is that Matthew shows me tricks and how to do the problems faster especially if you need help study for your test and SAT and ACT that are timed.

Oksil, 32 lessons with Matthew

## Great SAT Prep

Matthew really made my daughter comfortable with the Math portion of the rest and provided many tips on testing and timing each question. She really likes his methods. 👍🏾

Donna, 4 lessons with Matthew

## He is very patient & knowledgeable.

He has really helped our daughter understand geometry. He is very patient with her and works with our schedule. We would recommend him to anyone. He's a great tutor.

Arthur, 23 lessons with Matthew

## Great Calculus tutor

My son's understanding of Calculus is improving and his scores are going up at the same time. His semester final grade was one of the highest in the class thanks to Matt!

Tiffany, 21 lessons with Matthew

## He is very patient and know the subject very well.

He taught me statistics, very knowledgeable, he made me understand the area I was struggling with.I will surely recommend him to any one who wants to understand statistics

Juliann, 11 lessons with Matthew

## Great Tutor

Matthew was very helpful, quick to respond to our request & my son is learning. We hope to continue to work with Matthew on a reoccurring basis.

Ken, 36 lessons with Matthew

## Helpful and very knowledgeable

My daughter felt very comfortable working with Matthew. He extremely helpful to her. He was quick to respond to request and was gracious to work with her schedule. We would highly recommend!

Jamie, 2 lessons with Matthew

## Extremely patient and concise

Amazing tutor. Knows his stuff very patient and really tries to learn each students learning style. I would recommend him to anyone. Very kind, seems to geniuenly enjoy helping people. Go to this man

Nicholas, 78 lessons with Matthew