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Experience Algebra tutoring by highly credentialed tutors. Top tutors will help you learn Algebra through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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We can help you connect with exceptional Algebra tutors with the highest of qualifications, who are ready to help you. The tutors come from top institutions such as MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other leading schools.

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Rice University - Mathematical Economic Analysis

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Old Dominion University - Civil Engineering

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George Washington University - Structural Engineering

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University Of Oregon - Mathematics

How your tutor helps you master: Algebra


Our educational director will build your personal Algebra learning profile, including strengths and weaknesses.


Your instructor will identify your current Algebra skill level, as well as specific weaknesses to be addressed.


Your tutor will design a custom-made program to get you on track to meet and exceed your goals.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Reviewed strategies for approaching simplifying solving radical expressions. Tested the process on multiple homework problems. Practiced 2 creative writing exercises using themes from the student's daily life, and re-writing exercises to make continual improvements. Her approach to solving radical expressions significantly improved compared to two weeks ago. She is also working on cleaning up her homework so that she is more organized when writing out and solving math problems. Her writing improved significantly in just 30 minutes when she was given a topic of her choice and challenged with incremental improvement suggestions.

The student and I started a new unit in his Algebra class. He's beginning work on quadratics, so I started by showing him how to solve quadratics using the factoring method and the quadratic formula. He picked up both concepts fairly quickly and is ahead of his class.

We worked through her entire homework together, using both the FOIL method and the shortcut for special cases we learned in this chapter. We also switched back and forth between 9.3 problems and 9.4 problems, to ensure she had the new shortcut concepts down. She did a great job tonight, and I only had to correct her on signs three or four times.

The student and I worked on and reviewed material from chapter 8, which covers exponents and square roots. We focused on multiplying and dividing radicals (square roots) and simplifying radicals. We then reviewed other sections in the chapter, including multiplying/dividing powers, simplifying, etc. The student will need to pay close attention through this chapter, as it is quite easy to make careless errors. Good session.

The student would benefit from some long division/complex multiplication practice. I will make up worksheets for the next session (Wed 4/10). The student tries to do many things in his head. I explained to him that it's easier, especially with algebra, to write out all the steps and draw pictures where appropriate (i.e. perimeter/area problems). Moving forward, we will do short quizzes at the beginning of our sessions to reinforce what we learned last time.

We covered multiplication and addition of radicals (strictly square roots for now). We then discussed at a very basic level the energy happenings inside a machine the student has built for his physics class.

Went over vertex form of polynomial equation. a(x-h)^2+k form. Graphing 3 similar polynomials on same coordinate system to visually see differences amplitude, h value, and k value provide.

Algebra and Biology had equal time during this session as both needed some review after spring break. We covered much of the differences in plants and their evolutionary history on a cladogram and then moved onto doing exponential functions in the algebra section.

In preparation for his test on Thursday, we reviewed solving quadratic equations, focusing on completing the square. We discussed vertex form and how the vertex form of a quadratic and the vertex form of an absolute value were similar. Then we talked about how to use patterns in tables to determine the form of a function.

We worked on Lesson 8-1, addition and subtraction of polynomials. We also reviewed past lessons via a brief quiz.

The student has a unit quiz tomorrow. First thing we worked on was a worksheet that covered creating equations from a given description and data points. Through the problems, I pointed out what each point of the general equation represents and how to write the equation with just the description. We also went over some geology (plate tectonics, converging/diverging plates, volcanoes, layers of the earth, etc.).

The student has a test this coming Friday, so we did an overview of the Chapter, which included polynomials: adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and factoring. I felt that she knew the material quite well but did need practice so we did problems from the book and went over some small issues she seemed to have. Overall I think the session went well and I felt that she made good progress.

How can a tutor help you master Algebra?

Do you have trouble with figuring out x and y in formulas or on graphs? Do word problems confuse you? You are not alone—algebra can be a challenging subject to master, even for students who excel in other types of math. When taking introductory algebra, more advanced courses in the subject, or even basic trigonometry, an algebra tutor can make a significant difference in your grasp of the subject and your grade in class. Through Varsity Tutors you can connect with tutors across the country who provide quality algebra tutoring no matter where you may be located. These educational professionals have demonstrated mastery in algebra and have exceptional teaching skills. They can even meet in a location of your choosing, at a time that suits you best. Customized learning and personalized lessons are a staple of these tutoring sessions, allowing you to take control of your math education.

Today, you might need to solve a system of equations, find the midpoint of a line, or understand a linear inequality. Perhaps analyzing polynomials, working with probability formulas, or graphing slope is giving you trouble. All of these things and many more fall under the study of algebra, and an algebra tutor can help you understand and even master this material.

Algebra is about relationships between changing numbers, and a skilled tutor can help you discover these numbers and deal with the variables used in their place. Tutors can craft an individualized study plan to ensure that you review only the content you have already learned, are expected to know, and find confusing. By working one-on-one, you will move at your own pace and be able to slow down to master concepts that you find particularly challenging. You will also spend less time reviewing what you already understand. Call Varsity Tutors today to learn more about how a top algebra tutor can help you!