 Sign In
 Tutor Bios
 Pricing

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

Academic Tutoring
foreign languages
elementary tutoring
Search 350+ Subjects
Loading Page
 About
We are open Saturday and Sunday!
Call Now to Set Up Tutoring:
(617) 9479800
Private 1on1 Tutoring by Harvard Honors Grads! We serve Boston and all Suburbs.
AwardWinning Private PreCalculus Tutoring in Cambridge, MA
Get Tutoring Info Now
Featured by
Private InHome and Online PreCalculus Tutoring in Cambridge, MA
Receive personally tailored PreCalculus 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
"We reviewed chapters 14 problems in anticipation for the upcoming exam. We covered the topics involving demand/supply functions and graphing techniques. Progress was made in setting up the word problems and then solving."
"We spent most of the session reviewing the student's current precalc session, which deals with graphing trigonometric functions. We started talking about vertical and horizontal shifts of trig functions, vertical stretches, and horizontal stretches (changes in period of the function). We spent time discussing how to graph more complex trig functions (such as cosecant and secant) and how to correctly pick out points to plot these functions with. From there we discussed reference angles then rotational motion, and did some practice problems that related angular velocity to linear velocity. Lastly we touched on her physics homework, dealing with freebody diagrams and forces."
"Today we studied compositions of functions. We talked about their relevance in terms of physics and computer science, looked at mapping diagrams to understand their domains and ranges, and we worked some word problems that also involved dimensional analysis. He showed considerable progress near the end of the session."
"Today we went over rational vs. irrational numbers, degree of an absolute value function, continuity requirements of a function, translational properties, and polynomial shape behavior. The student had to prepare for his Chapter 2 exam on rational zeroes theorem and complex conjugates. He learned the discriminant of a quadratic equation, the absolute value of a complex number, and the distance between complex numbers."
"The student had a quiz prior to our session and she was much happier with the results. We worked through more analytical geometry and she was able to finish all of her homework and questions from the chapter."
"The student received a 95, 100, and 90 on most recent tests and quizzes. We worked on evaluation trig identities with sum and difference of angles and exact values. Completed at least 20 problems for quiz preparation. We also reviewed a few test corrections to prepare for final exams. The student is making great progress and is setting goals to achieve an A in the course."
"We covered assigned review material for the student's midterm exam which is scheduled for next week. He plans to ask his teacher about it. We did not finish the review material, so plan to meet once more."
"The student and I worked on some exam review from his textbook, page 71, problems 2, 6, 14, 22, 28, 3036 evens, 38, 4448 evens, 65, and 6972. Many of these questions were actually review type questions from algebra, while incorporating precalculus subjects, such as quadratic graphs and closest, least whole number graphs. He grasped concepts very quickly. The student has a very solid foundation and understands the nuances of concepts that require detailed thinking very quickly. We also worked on another homework problem set from his book, page 79, 6, 10, 1218, 4460 evens, 69, 70, 73, and 74."
"Today we worked on a physics review and a precalc review. The physics review covered work, power, and the workKE theorem as well as conservation of mechanical energy. The student did very well with these concepts. The precalculus review also went pretty well. He just had a few questions on some trig identity problems, but over all knew the concepts well."
"In our most recent session, I spent one hour with both students working on chemistry and precalculus, respectively. With the student, we reviewed atomic theory and how to calculate percent composition. With the student, we began to work on her review for her final semester exam."
"Today was the last lesson of the student's class, and we finished all remaining assignments together before moving on to review. I asked the student for areas that he felt the least comfortable with, and we reviewed relevant formulas and I had him practice the problems to memorize some of the more difficult identities for the test."
"The student has a precalculus test coming up. He was able to bring a part of his review that we completed together. The exam is going to be over the solving the trig functions with radians and referencing the unit circle. He has some solid math foundational knowledge. He is actually pretty good and solving an equation once it's set up in a way that he understands. We spent a little bit of time reviewing the quadratic equation as that seemed to help when it came to solve binomials involving the trig functions."
Nearby Cities:
Westminster PreCalculus Tutoring, Portland PreCalculus Tutoring, Worcester PreCalculus Tutoring, Hartford PreCalculus Tutoring, New Britain PreCalculus Tutoring, Middletown PreCalculus Tutoring, Woonsocket PreCalculus Tutoring, Leominster PreCalculus Tutoring, Fitchburg PreCalculus Tutoring, Marlborough PreCalculus Tutoring, Norwich PreCalculus Tutoring, New London PreCalculus Tutoring, Groton PreCalculus Tutoring, New Hampshire PreCalculus Tutoring, Oregon PreCalculus Tutoring
Nearby Tutors:
Westminster PreCalculus Tutors, Portland PreCalculus Tutors, Worcester PreCalculus Tutors, Hartford PreCalculus Tutors, New Britain PreCalculus Tutors, Middletown PreCalculus Tutors, Woonsocket PreCalculus Tutors, Leominster PreCalculus Tutors, Fitchburg PreCalculus Tutors, Marlborough PreCalculus Tutors, Norwich PreCalculus Tutors, New London PreCalculus Tutors, Groton PreCalculus Tutors, New Hampshire PreCalculus Tutors, Oregon PreCalculus Tutors
Call us today to connect with a top PreCalculus tutor in Cambridge, MA
(617) 9479800
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