How can Non-Euclidean Geometry tutoring help you succeed?
Geometry, as it is covered in most high school and introductory-level college curricula, can usually be interpreted as the study of Euclidean geometry - that is, geometry that takes a flat planar surface as its basis and imagines that parallel lines never intersect. Geometry that ignores this particular postulate, called non-Euclidean geometry, wasn't widely established and accepted as a theoretically viable alternative to the traditional Euclidean paradigm until the first part of the nineteenth century. Additionally, there are a variety of different geometries that fall under the umbrella term non-Euclidean. Non-Euclidean geometry can seem like very strange terrain, given its shift away from previous coursework and the variety of subfields it encompasses. Whether you are learning about one particular aspect of non-Euclidean geometry or many of them, studying the history of this branch of mathematics and the effects it inspired in other fields, or working to understand the non-Euclidean geometric concepts foundational to your research or other coursework, a non-Euclidean geometry tutor can help.
All across the country, Varsity Tutors' educational directors can help connect you with a personal tutor who can aid you in mastering the particular aspects of non-Euclidean geometry that you need in order to meet your goals and succeed in your particular field. Your hand-chosen tutor is able to identify your strengths and weaknesses, evaluate your growth and development, and organize your study sessions for optimal effect. Further, they are well-versed in breaking down difficult concepts into easily digested and understood steps. They will factor in your unique learning style to ensure that your sessions resonate with you. When you call Varsity Tutors, they will help you build a student profile that gives your potential tutors the opportunity to determine if they are well-suited to you and allows them to build a basis for your custom-tailored tutoring plan.
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Because each session is one-on-one, you can have your instructor's complete attention and work at your own pace. You do not have to worry about keeping up with or slowing down to match the pace of a class, and your instructor can provide immediate feedback and answer any questions that arise from the subject material as you work through it. Non-Euclidean geometry challenges you to consider geometry in an entirely new and unfamiliar way, so its easy to get overwhelmed when studying it alone or in a class full of many other students. With a personal tutor, each session is about you. You can feel free to request in-person meetings or face-to-face online tutoring sessions using our live learning platform.
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