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Receive personally tailored Algorithms lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.
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If you are taking an algorithms class, you likely have some background in computer science. Whether this class is covering a range of traditional algorithms or it is embedded in another course, like data structures, an experienced tutor can provide a great deal of help for this difficult transition into advanced programming concepts and development. Varsity Tutors can help you connect with targeted algorithms tutoring nationwide to provide you with the tools to master this division of computer science.

Often, data structures or other advanced algorithm implementation courses separate the advanced students from those who will leave technical majors after experiencing the rigors of these courses. Do not let yourself be disappointed by the difficulties that you experience in your course. A personal tutor is the best option for helping you to improve your programming skill set. Once you address the problems you struggle with, you will be well positioned to understand your current coursework topics, as well as topics to be covered in the future. Whether you are confounded by lists, having difficulties with the many kinds of trees that you must implement and analyze, or overcome by the staggering number of sorting algorithms that you need to learn, an instructor can help you grasp the details of these important algorithms, and any others that you might be learning. From the above mentioned traditional structural algorithms to more advanced networking techniques, to the basic forms used to implement data storage and traffic in database and web-based systems, tutoring can provide targeted instruction to help you grasp the subtleties of the particular algorithms that you are learning in your course.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online Algorithms Tutoring review by Matthew
We began this session by correcting some minor commenting mistakes in the student's assigned program. We then began to work with methods, discussing return types and parameters. A more complex calculator program was assigned to be completed for our next session.
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Online Algorithms Tutoring review by Christopher
Today we covered programming tolerances, as well as root finding using Newton-Raphson method and ended on least square fit to an exponential equation. We will be picking up tomorrow with the least square fit, as we didn't finish it today.
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Online Algorithms Tutoring review by Katie
We simplified the automation we had previously put together for our maze project, but the student seems to have lost interest in that project. We started a new game program, also in the scratch platform, that focused on timing, movement, and if-then statements. The student is starting to independently debug simple programs. In future sessions, we will move on to programming directly in C++ and away from the drag and drop languages.
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Online Algorithms Tutoring review by Thorin
I helped the student with some more Computer Science topics. This time, arrays, 2D arrays, and the Bubble Sort Routine. We also experimented with the technique of Desk-Checking in order to trace the functioning of some of the code in the exams.
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Online Algorithms Tutoring review by Matthew
We went over a free response question from the practice exam, discussed some concepts, and looked over their most recent lab assignment. They seem to have a good grasp of the fundamental concepts.
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Online Algorithms Tutoring review by Kevin
We covered the idea of using array indices as a separate attribute of objects. In this case, the indices of a two dimensional array represented a Student object's seating position in a class. We also reviewed the concept of a two dimensional array: an array of arrays, and how to traverse a two dimensional array. The student at first struggled with the former concept mentioned above, but once we got past that she picked up the latter concept pretty quickly. She seemed engaged and it seems she feels much more comfortable with the concepts now than she did previously. Toward the end we also covered the difference between the = operator and the == operator.
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