Wilton W.
3 review
reviews
Wilton is a patient, engaging teacher who uses realworld examples and experiences to illustrate difficult AP Physics concepts. My teenage son, who is not easily impressed by anyone over the age of 30, admitted that "He really knows his stuff." It was an excellent session and we look forward to more!
Chris S. from Annapolis, MD
"Experienced Math/Physics/Chemistry/Engr Tutor"
Hi:
I am a an experienced tutor in math, the physical sciences, engineering and logic. My main object in tutoring is to show the student the EASY way to solve problems and to build up their confidence in their ability to do so.
I have been teaching and tutoring for the past 50 years and have helped many students achieve their academic goals.... ... More
"Children from K thru 5th grade/Math and Reading"
I'm proficient in K6th grade Math and Reading. I live in Lanham, Maryland. I taught at Gaywood Elementary for the last 7 months. ... More
Offering 2
subjects
vocabulary
elementary math
Crystal M.
4 review
reviews
I have been working with Crystal for nearly a year now and she is wonderful. She is very patient and detail oriented. She responded almost instantly to my request upon searching for a tutor when I desperately needed one. She is very flexible with meeting times and locations. I am very pleased with Crystal's work. I always do well on my test after our sessions.
Angela F. from Ennis, TX
"Miss Mathematics, Get Crystal Clear!!"
I have extension experience in this particular subject. My undergraduate major was statistics. I have taken various graduate level courses in Survey Methodology as well. Currently, I work for the US Census Bureau and statistics is a major part of our work. ... More
Offering 10
subjects
algebra 1
algebra 2
geometry
prealgebra
precalculus
trigonometry
SAT math
world history
elementary math
"Cool Math Tutor (Algebra made fun and easy!) "
Algebra 1 can be quite confusing. What with all the variables, and complicated equations and expressions. But it doesn't have to be once you know the basic techniques and practice a little. I can help you with that, and I can help you sort out the difficulties of solving for x, and why we have to do so in the first place.
Topics here usually include: Real/NonReal numbers, Rational/Irrational Numbers, Integers, Solving Algebraic Expressions and Equations using variables, Graphing Algebraic equations Word Problem Applications and many more. ... More
Offering 6
subjects
algebra 1
algebra 2
grammar
geometry
ESL/ESOL
elementary math
James B.
102 review
reviews
Mr. James is a great tutor. If you need a patient person to work with and teach you or your child math/algebra then he fits the bill. After every session, I would ask my son if he felt like he was learning and if he understood what he was taught, the answer was "yes". He told me that Mr. James breaks down the information so he understood exactly what he was doing. Mr. James worked around his schedule and our busy schedule to accommodate my child's learning needs. I appreciate his kind spirit and willingness to teach without frustration. To teach, you must love what you do and Mr. James has a love for math; its shows though and though.
Deanna C. from Upper Marlboro, MD
"Experienced, Patient, Passionate Math Tutor (Inperson and online)"
Concepts covered for Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 include, but are not limited to the following:
 Number Operations
 Absolute Value
 Order of Operations (PEMDAS)
 Classification of Numbers (Whole, Natural, Integer, Rational, Irrational, Real)
 Basic laws of Algebra
 Associative, Distributive, Commutative, and Identity Properties
 Laws of Exponents
 Rational Expressions and Exponents
 Simplifying Expressions
 Determining the Slope of Linear equations
 Construction linear equations using slopeintercept formula and pointslope formula
 Determining Parallel and Perpendicular Slopes
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Offering 33
subjects
algebra 1
algebra 2
grammar
general computer
geometry
Microsoft Word
Microsoft PowerPoint
prealgebra
precalculus
"GWU Grad Student to Tutor for Elem. and HS History, English, etc."
As a current student at George Washington University's Elliott School and a recent graduate of Michigan State University's Honors College, I have a personal understanding of what it takes to succeed academically at the highest level: Strong core skills, a dedication to learning and a commitment to study. I have worked as a substitute teacher in a Catholic elementary school in Michigan and as a tutor for students including one with a learning disability, and across my entire experience I have... ... More
Offering 5
subjects
American history
European history
Microsoft Word
Microsoft PowerPoint
English
