Private In-Home and Online Math Tutoring in Milwaukee, WI

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How can Math tutoring help you?

For thousands of students in the greater Milwaukee area, math classes are a daily routine. Many of these students face tremendous challenges in grasping even the most basic concepts of mathematics. From elementary concepts, such as addition and multiplication, to higher levels of math, such as algebra and trigonometry, each class presents its own unique issues.

If your child is encountering difficulties with their math classes, you may want to consider private tutoring as an option. We may find you an expert math tutor in Milwaukee, WI, to optimize your child's study time. Our educational directors specialize in connecting students with tutors who may try to help them shore up their weakness, boost their confidence, and get them on the right track.

You may find a professional tutor who may work with your student in their specific subject and at their grade level. Whether your child struggles with grade-school-level decimals and fractions, or if your student has trouble working through word problems, a professional tutor may meet them where they are in their abilities, experience, and comfort level.

Varsity Tutors may help to streamline your child's studying to suit their specific needs by finding you a skilled math tutor in Milwaukee today. This streamlining occurs because a private tutor may assess your child's strengths and weaknesses and tailor a lesson plan accordingly. For instance, if your student may handle decimals, but has difficulty with fractions, the tutor may spend more time on the concepts behind fractions.

Since many tutors have experience as classroom teachers, they also understand the structure the math sections of state and national standardized tests. These dedicated tutors may guide your child through what they may expect to see on state-mandated tests such as the WSAS (Wisconsin Student Assessment System) and the Wisconsin Forward Exam, as well as college entrance exams, such as the ACT and SAT.

Varsity Tutors may assist students in connecting with a tutor in Milwaukee who could potentially help them understand the concepts of math. A tutor may meet with you and your child at home, at a library, or any convenient location where they may communicate. Varsity Tutors also connects students and tutors via an online live interactive learning platform.

Contact the Varsity Tutors educational directors in Milwaukee, WI, to find you an expert to try to help you get ahead of the curve in math. Call us today and see your child's skill and confidence in math class add up!

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

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"Met with the student to review for a test he has coming up. It was over logarithms and with the work we did last time at his father's workplace he's looking pretty good. We reviewed some questions to learn more strategies and worked on some applied exponential growth problems."

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"I assisted the student in completing his Algebra II homework and his chemistry worksheet, due tomorrow. We're working more with triangles - solving for angles and sides given only two angles and one side length. He completed all his Great Gatsby reading quizzes this week, so he only has the unit test and the final to study for. We will tackle the unit exam on Friday and then start preparing for his final. "

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"We had a review session for the student's third exam today. The review session encompassed all of the topics that we discussed earlier for the past four weeks: 1) finding the area of bounded/shaded region, and volume of such region by rotating it around x/y axis, 2) geometric series convergence/divergence and the sum, 3) different tests (i.e. integral, comparison, alternative, absolute and ratio) to determine if a given series is convergent or divergent. I went over the review sheet with the student in each sub-session to make sure he understood the concept and was able to apply them in solving the problems."

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"Today, the student learned about transformations of the parent function 1/x. The student practiced finding asymptotes and holes as well as determined the overall shapes of such graphs. We practiced factoring equations and changing equations to the general form of y=a * 1/(x-b) + c and learned how each component translates to a physical graph."

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"The student and I did a full practice math test and went over problem areas. He had a hard time conceptualizing square roots of numbers that aren't perfect squares, so we focused on that for quite a bit of the session. He continues to make improvements conceptually in math."

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"During today's session student 1 and I continued working on geometry, this time working with circles. We started by reviewing the formulas used to calculate the circumference [(2(pi)(r) and (pi)(d)] and area [(pi)(r)(r)]. Using these equations, we reviewed a worksheet asking us to solve for various unknowns using the information given (ex. find the radius of a circle with area = 100pi).
Student 2 and I spent today's session preparing for a quiz she had in science over forces and momentum. We first reviewed that Force = mass * acceleration. From there, we considered all the factors that affect force (direction, velocity, acceleration). Then, we reviewed the Normal Force (contact force) and the Gravitational Force (mg), and how the normal force = -(mg) due to Newton's second law. From there, we moved on to discussing momentum (p) and how it was equal to mass * velocity. We practiced these concepts by reviewing an in-class assignment she had completed in class today over the material."

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"Today, we reviewed the concept of taking an integral and their applications to cost-growth analysis functions. I did see a more refined understanding in taking derivatives of natural logs and exponential functions. I emphasized that this concept is crucial to when we have to deal with problems involving more complex integrals and integration by parts. "

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"The student and I worked on simplifying algebraic expressions and then we reviewed some French
The student and I reviewed her math test problems and spoke French at the end of the lesson"

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"The student practiced various questions for the math exam including linear functions, word problems involving relationships and understanding similar comparisons of triangles. The student also reviewed his factoring test and practiced self checking and testing of given answers as strategies when test taking."

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"The student and I worked on vector problems in Calculus. The student grasped these concepts well, despite the fact that some of the problems were quite lengthy. There were some minor issues in entering equations correctly into the calculator when they were long formulas, but we discussed ways of simplifying before entering them so as to limit mistakes. "

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"Today, The student and I studied the steps for translating and mirroring shapes on a coordinate plane. We created our own rules for solving these types of problems, and played Battleship as a way to review basic concepts."

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