I believe most students have far more math skills than they believe! They just have to build up their belief in their math abilities, learn the processes for approaching math problems and develop succcessful test taking techniques.
I have tutored students from the ages of 6 to 60 in math for over 15 years. My students have included children in elementary through high school, college students and learners of all ages in the process of earning certifications and studying for professional admission exams.
It's about the student's confidence and belief in their math ability as much as it is about equations and rules.
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1) Find out what the student has been working on recently in their class/studies.
2) Determine the student's current understanding of the material and identify weaknesses in understanding the material.
3) Work on problems from assigned study materials.
4) Provide "stretch problems" for the student to develop true expertise.
U. of California, Berkeley - B.A. Political Economics
U. of California, Los Angeles - M.B.A.
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