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Receive personally tailored Math lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
How can Math tutoring help you?
If your child is struggling in their math classes, then it may be all too easy as a parent to begin fearing that their struggle in the subject area may keep them from achieving their full potential in school and even life. You likely know that high schools require all students to earn at least a few credits in math to graduate, and that scoring well on the mathematics sections of college entrance exams might help your child get into a great college. Don't fear the worst, because whether your child is struggling with basic arithmetic, having trouble in that algebra class, or in the midst of any other math class they are not thriving in, a good tutor may help them finally understand math, and even begin to excel in it. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors may connect you with brilliant math tutors in and around Memphis.
Your child's classroom teacher likely has good teaching skills, but when faced with the challenge of teaching a math course to a large group of students, he or she has very little time to spend helping each individual student. Unfortunately, this often leads to a classroom teacher having to move on to the next lesson in their plans when they know that every single child in the class hasn't fully understood the last lesson. One-on-one math tutoring in Memphis, TN, may help your child in many ways that their classroom teacher may not. Your child's tutor may be dedicated only to their success during each session, and may spend as much time as needed to make sure he or she understands a math lesson before moving onto the next. Your tutor may also use the teaching style that works best for your child; for example, if your child learns best with interactive learning materials, like mathematics-based games or building blocks, then they may be worked into the lessons.