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Receive personally tailored Algebra 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.

Algebra is one subject that students either struggle with right off the bat or grasp right away and enjoy working with it. It is the branch of math where general symbols and letters are used to represent quantities and numbers in equations and formulas. If you struggle to grasp tough algebra concepts or want help boosting your grades to get into the school of your dreams, you are in the right place. You can easily connect with a qualified algebra tutor in Cambridge by contacting one of Varsity Tutors' educational directors.

Your tutor is skilled at teaching the tough algebra concepts, such as multiplying and dividing monomials, absolute value, and Pythagorean Theorem. These concepts will show up on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System or MCAS, and it is best to get a firm grasp on them right now so you can do your best on the exam. For help connecting with algebra tutors in Cambridge, contact one of our educational directors today.

Call us to find an algebra tutor in Cambridge, MA, who can customize their approach to your abilities and learning style. Your tutor will get to know you on a personal level, learning your strengths and weaknesses and creating a lesson plan that addresses those. The tutor is an expert in algebra and could help you address your problem areas and get you back on track. Whether you struggle with interval notations, quadratic equations, or order of operations, you will quickly begin to understand them. You can work at your own pace. If you understand interval notations right away, you can move on to the next concept immediately. On the other hand, if you aren't understanding how to work with negative and zero exponents, you can spend all the time you need on it. You could learn valuable time management and study skills that you will be able to take with you throughout the rest of your academic career and beyond.

One of the biggest benefits of connecting with a private algebra tutor is that it is very convenient. You can schedule an in-person session in the comfort of your home or any location of your choosing. In addition, there is an online live interactive platform that allows you to have a face-to-face meeting without stepping away from your computer. These convenient options make it easy to schedule a session around your busy schedule. If you are looking for some help with algebra, don't hesitate to contact Varsity Tutors today. An expert algebra tutor in Cambridge, MA, could help you meet all of your studying goals.

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Recent Cambridge Algebra Tutoring Session Notes

Algebra Tutoring review by James in Cambridge
The student took a placement exam and placed in the intermediate algebra range, which means he tested above the pre-algebra level. He also earned more than 90 percent on both the writing and reading portions of the test. In preparation for his pre-algebra final, we reviewed concepts such as ratios, fractions, slope intercept equations, graphing, polynomials, etc.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Ryan in Cambridge
The student completed the homework I gave him last week from Chapter 6 (factoring). The solutions are in the book and I let him go through and check his work. We then looked at the Chapter 6 review. We worked through several problems and each time he made a mistake I had him write down the errors he made in a sentence. His assignment for next week is to redo the problems that he did incorrectly. Then, he is to complete the rest of the Chapter 6 review and do the odd numbered problems in the Chapter 5 review. He will be quizzed on these problems at our next session.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Rebecca in Cambridge
The students and I started going through the chapters in their book that they didn't complete in school. As we reviewed, it seemed like percentages, especially in word problem form were a bit of a problem, so we went through how to untangle the words into an equation and practiced each type of question. I assigned 10 problems a day until the next session.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Jessica in Cambridge
The student and I reviewed a test on solving quadratic equations she had taken on Friday. After we worked on it, she had a better understanding of some of the mistakes she made, all of which were simple errors. We then reviewed the multiple methods of solving quadratic equations that she has learned throughout her summer school session in preparation for upcoming quizzes and tests. She is doing very well and I believe she will do excellent on all exams.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Christine in Cambridge
Today, the student and I mainly focused on word problems with fractions. We began by reviewing division with fractions - it is important to keep the first fraction the same, change the sign to multiplication, and then take the reciprocal of the second fraction. During our practice with word problems, we had to locate keywords that would assist us in solving the problem. Words like "is" and "of" were important indicators. We then wrote out the word problem in algebraic form. In some problems, we created proportions to solve for the unknown variable. These word problems were tricky! However, she became more comfortable with word problems throughout our session together.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Kori in Cambridge
Completed this week's POW. The student had already done the first problem, a complex Singapore bar problem. Together we tackled a combinations problem, a division problem involving large exponential numbers, and three counting problems in which the number of integers in a given range were counted given that all the multiples of 2, 3, or 4 different prime numbers were removed.
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