 Sign In
 Tutor Bios
 Pricing

Test Prep
HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATE SCHOOL
Search 50+ Tests
Loading Page

Academic Tutoring
foreign languages
Search 350+ Subjects
Loading Page
 About
Call Now to Set Up Tutoring:
(404) 7046763
Affordable 1on1 home tutoring by top Emory grads! 98% satisfaction rate.
AwardWinning Private Geometry Tutoring in Conyers, GA
Get Tutoring Info Now
Featured by
Private InHome and Online Geometry Tutoring in Conyers, GA
Receive personally tailored Geometry lessons from exceptional tutors in a oneonone setting. We help you connect with inhome and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
Tutors have attended
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today we started the session by covering chapter 4 of geometry. The student mentioned he was having trouble with some of the problems still, so we worked out all of the homework together. This way, he got to review the material again, and he can use it to study over the weekend. There are practice problems in the back of the book, so I've asked him to work on those over the weekend to cement his understanding of the chapter. We finished the session today with some ACT science. Next week, we will take the geometry chapter 4 test, move on to chapter 5, go over today's science ACT section, and being the ACT English and reading comprehension sections."
"The student did very well on the homework that I assigned him. He understands the logic behind proofs, and is only omitting some minor details. This session, we learned about special parallelograms and began learning about circles."
"Today, we finished up chapter 6 with proofs involving inequalities in triangles. Also, we progressed to the chapter on similarity  covering ratios and properties of proportions. The ratio and proportions came very simple to him since that is mostly material covered in previous years. He did very well on the challenge problems I gave him."
"The student and I worked on the concept of right triangles! It was a little confusing for him when I was trying to get him to understand that 454590 triangles are isosceles triangles. He always wants to know why, yet usually isn't satisfied by the answer, like he wants a more complicated answer or something. Anyway, after he accepted such a simple explanation progress was made. We ended up going through the rest of the basic Geometry section. Our next session we will be moving on to a more advanced geometry."
"Today I had a textbook to work from and we slowly reviewed a small portion of what we discussed last time. I had the student take notes and he did so. I verbalized and pointed out how to use the textbook as this will become part of what I have him do on his own time. We covered the undefined terms of geometry and worked into basics of lines, line segments, lengths. I gave him three problems to work on and we will start with those next time."
"The student and I covered parallel lines, perpendicular lines, graphing linear equations, congruent triangles, isosceles triangles, and equilateral triangles. She picks up the material very quickly. We spent most of the time going over how to approach proof based problems."
"Today we went over the 5 types of Locus and compound Locus, and did practice problems. The last set of practice problems was more of an exam style format, where the student performed well."
"The student and I covered some basic abstract geometric terms and covered several questions on the topic: definitions of points, rays, halflines, lines, line segments, angles, and absolute values. I left him with around 24 homework problems."
"In this session we went over several questions that the student had trouble with from practice exams. Most of the questions required use of multiple geometric theorems or principles. He was able to figure out most of the problem once given a hint or two."
"Worked on our understanding of volume and how to find volumes of both prisms and pyramids. Focused on some concepts from last quarter like finding side lengths of polygons and sideangle relations. He was better this session, but still seemed out of it."
"Today we covered logic definitions. These included open sentences, closed sentences, conditional statements, negations, conjunctions, disjunctions, converses, contrapositives, biconditionals, and the law of detachment. Student understands how to manipulate given mathematical statements according to the definitions above."
"I introduced myself to the student and we got to know each other a bit, and then we started looking at her Geometry homework. Her exam is the week of June 2nd, and she wants to raise her grade to a C. We looked at nets and surface area of rectangular prisms and cylinders. She has seen all of this material before, and we made flash cards. We finished her homework!"
Nearby Cities:
Alpharetta Geometry Tutoring, Johns Creek Geometry Tutoring, Duluth Geometry Tutoring, Marietta Geometry Tutoring, Dunwoody Geometry Tutoring, Norcross Geometry Tutoring, Sandy Springs Geometry Tutoring, Decatur Geometry Tutoring, Roswell Geometry Tutoring, Lawrenceville Geometry Tutoring, Athens Geometry Tutoring, Atlanta Geometry Tutoring, Smyrna Geometry Tutoring, East Point Geometry Tutoring, Gainesville Geometry Tutoring
Nearby Tutors:
Alpharetta Geometry Tutors, Johns Creek Geometry Tutors, Duluth Geometry Tutors, Marietta Geometry Tutors, Dunwoody Geometry Tutors, Norcross Geometry Tutors, Sandy Springs Geometry Tutors, Decatur Geometry Tutors, Roswell Geometry Tutors, Lawrenceville Geometry Tutors, Athens Geometry Tutors, Atlanta Geometry Tutors, Smyrna Geometry Tutors, East Point Geometry Tutors, Gainesville Geometry Tutors
Call us today to connect with a top Geometry tutor in Conyers, GA
(404) 7046763
Top Subjects
ACT Tutors
Algebra Tutors
Biology Tutors
Calculus Tutors
Chemistry Tutors
French Tutors
Top Locations
Atlanta Tutoring
Boston Tutoring
Brooklyn Tutoring
Chicago Tutoring
Dallas Tutoring
Denver Tutoring