# Award-Winning Pre-Algebra Tutors in Chester County, PA

## Ivorie

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...ensure that the student truly learns the material and is able to problem solve on their own. There is always more than one way to explain a problem, so if the student does not understand in one way, I make sure to implement other methods to teach them so that they can understand to the best of their ability. There is no stupid question except the one that is not asked. I obtained my Bachelor...

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Baylor University - Bachelor of Science, Psychology

Widener University - PHD, Currently Studying Clinical Psychology

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

Arithmetic

Elementary Math

SSAT- Elementary Level

+21 subjects## Anita

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...opportunity to expand my knowledge into many industries and functional areas, as well as work with colleagues from around the world. Throughout my life, I have been passionate about learning, and have shared this love for learning through teaching. My first experiences of teaching came early in life, when a teacher recommended that I use my mastery of content and easy way of explaining material to tutor fellow students after school. From those first moments...

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Cornell University - Bachelor of Science, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

Test Prep

Algebra

Algebra 2

+19 subjects## Joshua

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...experience in theoretical mathematics classes. So if a student asks me why a certain thing is true in math (such as why the product of two negatives yields a positive, why differentiability implies continuity, etc.), I will be able to give a good, concrete reason. Having experience in other areas such as cryptography, programming, and statistics, I can also give plenty of good explanations as to why learning mathematics can be fun and important for...

### Education & Certification

University of Rochester - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

Calculus

AP Statistics

SAT Mathematics

+24 subjects## Lindsey

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...subjects, I am most passionate about English, SAT Verbal, French, math and history. I am excited to be a Varsity Tutor because I enjoy helping students learn, understand and succeed. I am familiar with the SAT Verbal and subject test strategies. I enjoy helping students to understand not only WHAT the test is like, but HOW to take the test under timed conditions. I also hope to act as an accessible and reliable MENTOR to...

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Tufts University - Bachelor in Arts, International Relations Minor: Economics

Villanova University School of Law - PHD, International and Environmental Law

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

Algebra 2

Business

College English

+66 subjects## Jennifer

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...my years of schooling, I have developed a deep love and understanding for science and mathematics and I enjoy passing on my experience and passion for the subjects through tutoring. I specifically tutor H.S. and AP Biology and any mathematics up to Calculus III, including elementary and middle school math. There is nothing better than teaching how to build on fundamentals and explaining concepts in different ways until it "clicks" in a student's head! Having...

### Education & Certification

University of Pennsylvania - Unknown, Materials Science & Engineering

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

Calculus

Chemistry

Math

+50 subjects## Zhuoyan

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

Bilingual veteran with strong background in chemical engineering, atmospheric science and emergency medical care.... My teaching philosophy is based on the belief that teaching should be student-centered, and whatever decision of the teacher should be made with consideration of students' academic as well as socio-emotional needs. A good teacher should be able to recognize the similarities and differences among students, and should design learning tasks and adopt instructional strategies in accordance with students' background and differential needs. A good teacher should: 1. Provide an environment conducive to learning. In an atmosphere of mutual trust, students begin to share their ideas, and learning is enhanced. 2. Encourage the potential in students. Simple words such as "I know you can grasp this concept!" can motivate students to work harder. Students observe the expectations of success or failure that others have for them. When teachers provide students with challenging yet attainable learning tasks, self-confidence increases as they experience success in learning. 3. Acknowledge students' efforts. Recognition of students' efforts to overcoming a huge hurdle of learning in a "difficult" subject encourages students to be more active in their learning and open to challenging themselves. 4. Be organized and well-prepared. I expect my students to be organized and well-prepared, and I lead by example. 5. Take time to explain concepts. Time spent reinforcing the subject matter, either deriving the formula or theorem or providing more examples for individual or group work, ensures that students establish a solid grounding upon which to build their knowledge.

### Education & Certification

Zhejiang University of Technology - Bachelors, Applied Chemistry

University of Wyoming - Masters, Chemical Engineering

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

PRAXIS

AP Calculus BC

Algebra 2

+46 subjects## Joseph

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...of Rutgers University Camden. I earned a BS summa cum laude in Physics last year and am currently taking courses to complete a second degree in Economics. I currently teach two lecture courses (Modern Physics and Laser Physics), and one introductory physics lab section. I have tutored high school to university level physics. I believe that offering real world examples helps students gain a better understanding of abstract concepts in physics, math, and chemistry. Being...

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Rutgers University-Camden - Bachelors, Physics, Economics

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

Calculus

AP Calculus AB

Calculus 2

+27 subjects## Andreas

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

I am a current undergraduate student at Temple University majoring in Mathematical Economics and minoring in Finance. I have over a year of professional tutoring experience, and I am certified to tutor a wide range of subjects in mathematics, economics, and test prep.

### Education & Certification

Temple University - Current Undergrad, Mathematical Economics

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

AP Economics

AP Calculus AB

College Economics

+32 subjects## Owen

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...well, and they are relatively simple. First and foremost: all students can learn. Some will struggle in some areas, but struggling does not indicate inability. I have personally worked with students who have been described as unable to function in a classroom, or incapable of meeting high expectations, and I have watched those students grow immensely when given the opportunity. The impact of a caring, positive environment of people who believe in a student cannot...

### Education & Certification

Fairfield University - Bachelors, Theatre

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

SAT Verbal

SAT Mathematics

SAT

+27 subjects## Jeffrey

Certified Pre-Algebra Tutor in Chester County, PA

...the University of Mississippi. While in graduate school, I spent years as a laboratory teaching assistant for various undergraduate chemistry laboratory courses. I have several years of tutoring experience, primarily in undergraduate general chemistry courses. I believe that all students are capable of doing well. It is just a matter of isolating what they do not understand, formulating a plan to reinforce fundamental concepts, and helping them to build confidence by working problems.... I believe that students learn best by working and thinking through problems. I believe this is especially true for chemistry courses. Although everyone does not learn the same way, we must put in the time in order to know what does and does not work. Many students work just enough problems to familiarize themselves with a concept, but stop short of working enough problems to be truly comfortable with the actual chemistry concepts being presented. While I do believe that there is more than one way to learn something, when it comes to math and the physical sciences there is no real replacement to working your way through progressively more involved problems because they force you to think, and the process reinforces what you already know.

### Education & Certification

University of Mississippi - Bachelors, Chemistry

University of Mississippi - PHD, Chemistry

### Tutoring Subjects

Pre-Algebra

Algebra 2

Science

4th Grade Math

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