I assign work to help a student in whatever he/she lacks in. I have received an A in college algebra, college trigonometry, and Calculus I.
I enjoy helping with the subject because people really do not give math a chance. Changing people's minds about math makes me happy because math is not bad a bad subject if you have the right teacher.
I use to hate math but she helped me improve my math grade by 2 letter grades. I love how she took her time to explain everything and make sure I got it. 10/10 great job
She was very nice and helpful, she throughly explained problems 😊
My typical process for working with a new student is first seeing what level of understanding they have of math and getting an understanding of their history with the subject. For example, what were their previous grades in the subject?
I have taken many math courses over the years from high school through college. My math background includes basic algebra, geometry, college algebra, college trigonometry, pre-calculus, Calculus I, and Calculus II. I was admitted into the gifted program in elementary school because of my talent to understand math. I was permitted to start algebra in 8th grade while others had to wait until 9th grade to take it.
$15 per hour and $7 added for every 30 minutes after.
I have worked with college students that do not like the subject at all and younger family members in high school struggling with math.
Find someone with a great understanding and comfortable with the subject, someone with a great attitude towards helping a student become proficient/advanced, and does not mind assigning and explaining extra work to help a student get a better understanding for future tests.
What did I do wrong?
How can I make sure to get my answer right?
Are there any other methods for doing the problem?
Are there ways to check my work to make sure I got the right answer?
Can you go into further detail about why I got the problem wrong?