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Understanding the basic fundamental of mathematics is important for success professionally as well as academically. We work with multiplication, division, and decimals in day-to-day tasks. Moreover, a number of degree programs may require students to have knowledge of algebraic concepts. If you have a child who is in grade school and is struggling with math, it is important that they get the assistance they need to succeed. Consider contacting Varsity Tutors today to look at your options. You may easily connect with a qualified math tutor in Nashville by contacting one of our educational directors.

Get your child back on track in their math course with the help of an expert tutor in Nashville, TN, today. Since math is a subject that builds upon prior knowledge, it is important that your child gets the assistance needed as soon as possible. Private lessons may give your child the opportunity to study through an interactive learning process, which allows them to engage with the tutor as they review difficult concepts.

Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by top Vanderbilt Grads. We serve Nashville and all suburbs.

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Nashville, TN Math tutoring
The student and I worked on limits. He has a great understand of limits intuitively, and I helped confirm the math behind his intuition to increase his understanding. Since he is doing so well on this chapter, next lesson we will focus on a cumulative review for the upcoming tests.
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As school is coming up, I've started giving the student harder material on the worksheets. She's doing well with it and has made big progress this summer.
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Nashville, TN Math tutoring
We covered Integers, review of math from last year. The student has a good grasp of integers. With a little more practice, she will be a superstar! We only met for an hour. Once school starts, we may need an hour and a half.
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The student and I continued with ratios today. He learned about slope, how to graph slope and calculate slopes of lines, and how to tell whether a slope is positive, negative, zero or undefined.
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Nashville, TN Math tutoring
The student and I worked on vocabulary building activities. We created flash cards for math academic vocabulary. I reviewed basic fractions concept with her and helped her create strategy cards for comparing/ordering/equivalent/addition/subtraction/multiplication of fractions.
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Nashville, TN Math tutoring
I started working with Student 1 on some review sheets from earlier in the year. We worked on graphing quadratic inequalities and factoring cubic functions by grouping. I taught him how to know where to shade on the graph of quadratic inequalities by simply plugging in two different points. He needed me to do a couple of examples of the factoring by grouping, but he ended up understanding it really well by the time we finished the first page. I then worked with Student 2 on the end of the section we had been working on for a while. So, it was still just working with PEMDAS and algebraic expressions. We focused on the word problems at the end of the section. Finally, I worked with Student 3 with electron configurations in chemistry. I taught her how to do it using a periodic table rather than memorizing the order that everything goes in. She didn't need to go to the f orbitals for her class, so we just practiced writing them for a few elements before the f orbitals. I had her start to do them by herself and she got it down quick!
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