Private In-Home and Online Math Tutoring in Los Angeles, CA

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How can a tutor assist you in conquering Math?

From elementary school to high school and beyond, students at all grade levels must develop strong skills in mathematics to work towards their future success. Unlike subjects which depend on rote memorization, math is almost strictly about applying logic, following rules, and solving problems. These abilities may benefit your student outside the classroom and in their everyday life.

If you feel that your child is under-performing in their math class, the problems may lie with how they are presented with the material. At Varsity Tutors, we may find a personal math tutor in Los Angeles who may utilize their background knowledge and experience to make math easy for your child to understand and retain. These tutors may evaluate your pupil's math skills, assess their shortcomings, and formulate a teaching plan that suits their needs.

Varsity Tutors may connect you with math tutors at all levels. These tutors may work with your child on basic arithmetic skills ranging from addition and subtraction to fractions and decimals. Some tutors also have classroom teaching experience in higher-level math subjects, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. Each tutor employs methods that may have your child excited to learn about math and ready to apply their new skills and motivation in their next class.

A math tutor we may find you in Los Angeles, CA, may afford you the type of individualized attention that simply isn't possible in a classroom. The standard classroom environment forces teachers to present the same lesson, at the same pace, and in the same way, to dozens of students at once. A personal tutor may teach these same lessons in a way that works specifically for your child.

Tutors are also highly effective as coaches for test preparation. Not only may a tutor help your child prepare for their quizzes, mid-term, and final exams, many of them also understand the structures of state and national standardized tests. Tutors may guide your student through the CAASPP (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress) requirements, as well as those for the math sections of the SAT and ACT college admissions tests.

Our educational directors may assist you in finding a skilled math tutor near Los Angeles. Tutors are available after school or on weekends for face-to-face meetings. You may also use our online live interactive learning platform, which lets your student and their tutor communicate in real time via a video link.

For assistance in understanding your math course in Los Angeles, CA, call Varsity Tutors today.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

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"The student feels that he is doing pretty well on the state test so far. We did another practice test today and worked on some homework that he had as well, which included number sentences in addition and multiplication. He continues to improve."

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"The student has a quiz coming up on Lagrange multipliers and vector identities so we practiced those. I had a few practice identities in my analysis book which we easily proved put the important thing was that he knows how to take the gradient of a function. We also talked about the significance of the divergence of the curl being 0. "

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"The student did very well with solving proportions problems with similar figures. We worked through supplemental worksheets I brought. In regards to organization and his planner, it was filled out and complete with all the information he should have recorded."

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"Reviewed current homework assignment. I have discovered that the student is an aural learner. He learns best by hearing (both when I speak, but even better when he speaks out loud). I had him do the math and verbally talk everything out loud and we had a breakthrough on adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. He went from making mistakes half of the time to instantly getting every problem correct every single time. It was really encouraging to both of us! I will continue to focus on an aural tutoring style for him."

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"We continued to discuss the topics of series: including the series comparison test, mathematical properties of adding/subtracting 2 series. Also, we talked about the integral test, which uses improper integral to find the sum of a series if it converges. I had the student do the practice problems at the end of the chapter."

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"Went through his take home test ensuring he could get the correct answers on his own. From there we reviewed and corrected his missed answers on his last test. After wards answered any other questions he had regarding subject in math."

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"The student and I worked on trigonometric functions and radian characteristics. This included solving for SIN, COS, TAN, CSC, SEC, COT, and solving for missing angles/sides of right triangles. We also covered converting degrees to radians and vice versa. The student made good progress understanding when to use these tools."

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"The student and I met in the book store to work on series and sums. He has a solid of understanding of most series, including recursive series, arithmetic summations, and basic patterns of series (2 exponential, factorial, etc.) we worked on strengthening in conceptual understanding to boost his ability to answer questions in an unfamiliar format. When you have a strong foundation, curve balls are easier to handle."

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"The student has an exam tomorrow, so we did a thorough but rapid review of the test material. We also covered older test material that I had not helped him with yet, such as parametric curves and arc lengths. Other material we were reviewing was power and Taylor series, applications of integrals, and convergence and divergence of infinite series. I believe he has made significant improvement. "

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"We continued in the review book, working on algebra. The student seems enthusiastic this week, asking me to help him go over different topics from weeks past that he thought he might have trouble with. We re-reviewed ratios and rates, and I think he came out of it with a much better understanding."

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"The student and I reviewed the logarithmic and exponential homework she had been assigned over the last couple of weeks. The homework was to graph and describe the transitions between the parent function and the equation given. The homework was then to find and graph the inverse of the given function. I feel like she now has a very good grasp on how to find the parent function from the given and to convert it on the graph and algebraically. "

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"We started where we left off last week with equations. We then moved on to fractions, which she worked on the past week. We added and subtracted fractions, finding the LCD. We also worked on multiplying and dividing fractions. I taught her how to reduce the fractions in the equation to make the multiplication easier. She was really good at the fractions, and we breezed through a few lessons."

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