...have been a passionate math tutor for over 6 years. I hold myself to very high standards and I will make sure my clients experience a great tutoring session. I connect with my clients and make sure they are understanding the content they're studying. I'm a versatile tutor who tailors my tutoring method to fit my clients' learning style. I will go out of my way to make sure my clients leave fulfilled and satisfied.
...been very successful in my mission of helping students succeed! I have had the opportunity to teach in the school district I am in for about five years as well and I have seen many of my students go on to graduate and achieve high success. My biggest goal is to change the mindset of students I tutor from "This is too hard" to "I have this down now" and that is just through through...
...and soaking up everything Nashville has to offer before I graduate in May! After graduation, I will be moving to Washington D.C. to do technology consulting for Deloitte in their Federal practice. I am originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and love to travel to see other parts of the US and the world! I believe that I would be a great tutor due to my drive to succeed, my desire to see others...
...my home town. I tutor mostly high school subjects. I am able to tutor in high school chemistry, biology, and US history. I am also able to tutor Biology and US History at the AP level, and the SAT II Biology E/M exam. I am also able to tutor the Math and Science portions of the SAT. My favorite subjects to teach would be the ACT science portion, as well as US History. My tutoring...
...both online and offline ever since I got my Bachelor's Degree, including during my time at JHU, in subjects ranging from basic arithmetic to differential equations. My teaching philosophy is "math is easy"; my goal is to make sure you understand why math is intuitive and natural, so that it's easy for you, too. In my spare time, I like to to solve math puzzles (yeah, I know I'm a nerd), play video games and...
...am a graduate with a Bachelor's in Nutrition and a minor in Spanish from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego where I competed on the tennis team for four years. I tutored throughout college for peers, high school students, and middle school students. I also taught private tennis lessons for six years after high school. I am very passionate about teaching! I have just applied to dental school and am planning to start in...
...house to house tutoring middle and high school students in math, language arts, science, social studies, history, geography, biology, chemistry, ACT, etc. That was a lot of miles for my 2005 Kia to handle! The car has since retired, but I have not. How can I help you? I can definitely help you with almost any content you need to master, but more importantly, I can TEACH YOU TO IDENTIFY THE STRATEGIES YOU NEED TO...
...with many SAT students both on my own and through other tutoring corporations. While I enjoy teaching groups, I feel that one-on-one tutoring is more beneficial for the student and allows him/her to have the individualized attention they deserve. The SAT's can be daunting without the right preparation, and my goal is to get students familiar and comfortable with the SAT math by reviewing the topics, teaching them to decode the questions, and offering helpful...
...in Human Biology and a minor in Health Care and Social Issues. Although Biology and the sciences are my specialty, I also enjoy teaching math and general test prep. I'm an outgoing, approachable person and capable of making learning enjoyable and efficient! I believe that putting in time to study will get the best results, and sometimes all you need is a little encouragement. My professional goal is to get a Masters in Genetic Counseling....
...100 hour internship. This internship allowed me to work with children, assisting speech therapy sessions, in the school setting. This was a great experience and really made me realize how much I love working with people, especially children. I was also lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with special education children as well. I love working with special education children and understand their needs and desires to succeed in school. Working with people...
...Clemson University, where I also received my Master's in Astrophysics. In 2010, I graduated from The Ohio State University with degrees in Astronomy, Physics, and Russian. I have been tutoring students in math, science, and standardized test subjects for the past five years, and I would love to help you succeed in whatever subject necessary. When I am not working, I like to participate in public outreach events in math and science.... Teachers should engage their...
...Arizona, majoring in communications and minoring in history. I plan to continue my education with an masters in business. I have years of experience tutoring middle school students in Algebra, science, history and english. I also have experience working with high school students preparing them for exams and working with students to create a well written paper. I believe that tutoring should be interactive. The best way to learn is by trial and error along...
...years, I have dedicated my efforts to tutoring elementary to high school students at a local tutoring/test prep center. Although I customarily tutor school subjects, SAT, and SAT subject tests, my strongest skills are in Math and Science. My experiences with students have taught me that a students education depends on a teachers ability to convey the subject clearly. As a result, my goal is to cater to a students needs, whether it is through...
...John Muir Charter School in San Francisco, CA. I received my BFA in Dance (emphasis in Modern Contemporary Dance) from San Jose State University, and have been dancing professionally for the past 3 years since I graduated in 2012. Working with youth and helping students discover their true potential for success, regardless of background or barriers, has always been a deep-seated passion of mine. I, myself, a first generation college student hailing from a low...
...and I've been working at that job ever since, and loving it. I'm active in my local Lutheran church and served as its financial secretary. I'm currently an elder in my church. I've taught in summer school and in after school programs too. I do love teaching... that's why I can't seem to leave it. These days I'm employed as a paraprofessional at Middletown High School. I spend a lot of my spare time with...
...graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Applied Mathematics, emphasizing in Actuarial Science, and a minor in Music. I have been tutoring for a few years now. I've tutored students of all ages and levels. I like to keep things simple; my approach is to break down difficult problems into smaller, easier, more manageable problems. I teach my students to do the same. I enjoy helping anybody who wants to learn.
...in schools in Broward County, Florida. I graduated from Florida International University with a BS in Biology, and while teaching in Florida I maintained certification to teach Biology and Math from grade levels 6-12 as well as middle schools sciences. I have 2 sons both of whom are in college, the second one I home-schooled. As a mother and a teacher I was and still now am able to challenge my sons daily with the...
...my love for nature, I also enjoy math. It is the main subject I tutor in, and I find it very rewarding helping students understand different mathematical concepts. I have had previous experience in this subject with students from all grade levels. I also tutor in conversational Spanish, since I am fluent in Spanish. During my free time I enjoy knitting, reading, bird watching, and learning to play the clarinet (it's never too late).... All students...
...succeed in school. Equipped with enthusiasm to learn and succeed in life, I embarked on a journey to reach the goals that I had in mind. As a result of that experience, I can really empathize with students who are struggling in school and do not know whom to turn to for help. My forte has always been mathematics, so I would like to help as many students as possible and let each one know...
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CAHSEE Mathematics Tutoring FAQ
The California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) is designed to assess your capabilities in math, reading, and writing. It determines your eligibility for a high school diploma and can be intimidating. While the purpose of the exam may be to establish that a student can readily apply the academic knowledge that he or she has garnered over the course of several years of education, the thought that your entire graduation status rests in the balance of a single day of testing can freeze any student in his or her tracks. You may find that the math section is the most difficult, as is the case with many students taking the CAHSEE.
While the CAHSEE's English section provides passages that can give helpful contextual clues, math questions are presented without much additional information. You must possess a raw understanding of mathematical principles and be able to demonstrate the application of these principles at will. If your CAHSEE test date is approaching and you are beginning to worry that your graduation candidacy is in jeopardy, consider taking advantage of the CAHSEE Mathematics tutoring available throughout the state of California.
The CAHSEE Mathematics section consists of 90 multiple-choice questions, which cover topics ranging from elementary arithmetic principles to functional relationships from Algebra I. You must demonstrate a fundamental understanding of number theory; basic statistics and probability; functions; geometry; and linear relationships. Additionally, the CAHSEE tests your logical analysis and reasoning skills through questions that represent conceptual scenarios. The size of the exam and the span of subjects it covers can seem overwhelming, especially considering the significance of your score to future academic and career pursuits. You may struggle on the mathematics section of the CAHSEE as a result of the limited direction you are given through classwork.
Working with a private instructor can give you the skills to identify certain types of problems without the need for these directives. CAHSEE Mathematics tutoring can equip you with strategies and techniques for approaching the types of questions you will most likely see on test day. Even if you consider yourself more of an English student or lack confidence in your current mathematical abilities, working with a tutor can help you gain experience with the material. The one-on-one attention available through private CAHSEE Mathematics tutoring means that your instructor can provide immediate feedback tailored to your particular mathematical missteps. Such targeted assistance can make your review extremely efficient and help you develop your skill set quickly. Even if you have advanced past the CAHSEE Mathematics concepts several years prior to taking the exam, you may find yourself struggling to recall the concepts you learned before becoming immersed in calculus and linear algebra studies.
You can ask your personal instructor to arrange your tutoring sessions in any way that is convenient for you. You can take face-to-face online tutoring sessions, or meet up in person at your home. You can choose to meet at a coffee shop, the local college campus, or anywhere else you'd like. Your instructor understands that you may have other responsibilities, such as extracurricular activities, sports, or family activities that you need to take care of.
No matter where you fit in the spectrum of mathematics coursework and skill level, the educational directors at Varsity Tutors can work with you to select an instructor who can present material in the manner best suited to your individual needs. Preparing for the CAHSEE is an extremely important step for any high school student in California, don't risk your graduation status to impersonal online resources or unfocused and generalized classroom-based preparation. Contact Varsity Tutors today for more information about the CAHSEE Mathematics tutoring options available in your local area!
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Recent CAHSEE Mathematics Tutoring Session Notes
Overview of the test; diagnostic review of the entire exam. She's quite smart, and will do well. I think we got better at communicating by the end of the session, and look forward to preparing her for the test!
We discussed structural verbal questions in great detail and strategies for effectively dealing with complex readings. We also reviewed vocab and complex word deconstruction strategies and understanding author perspective in long readings.
In this session we examined the essay-writing criteria in detail and discussed a practice assignment schedule that works for both of us. We worked more on a compare/contrast essay and strategies for self-editing, free-writing practice, reading practice, and general study skills.
The student has the state math test coming up this week, so we spent a good chunk of our session going over the topics that will be covered on the test. The student has a pretty good handle on most of them, but there were a few that she was confused about, including division with fractions and decimals, and converting decimals into fractions. We spent more time working on those topics and doing some practice problems so that the student could become more comfortable with them. We also worked on her science fair project a bit today, and she is doing a great job on that. She brought home her progress report and she is over 90 in all but 2 of her classes, and in those 2 she is at 88 and 89, so I'm sure she can push those over the edge as well. I'm pleased with her progress and I think she is as well.
For this session, we focused on Math and English. We did work with root words and editing for English and word problems for Math. The student is scoring very well with root words, and getting better with the error location for editing. Math is also getting better. She is now averaging an 85% there!
For Sunday, she'll complete another practice exam.
The student has his test tomorrow in math. I am confident he will do well! He has done well so far in practice tests and continues to improve. He simply needs to slow down whenever possible. Beyond this and he will do great!