Math and Reading - Literature
SAT Classes and one on ones
PreAlegebra to Calculus
SAT Math SAT Verval SAT Writing
I like seeing my students achieve what they thought was impossible.
It takes time and patience to excel on standardized testing but you can do it and I can help you do it faster and better because I've done it for so many students.
I was struggling in school so much that my school didn’t know what to do with me. Eventually I got expelled so I went into homeschooling, my mother found someone called Pam and ever since then I’ve been able to do the work problems I’ve never been able to. At first it was extremely hard but what isn’t when you start something new, so I kept trying and before I knew it I was doing it in my sleep. Whenever I couldn’t do something we kept going at it and before the week was over I was able to do it with ease. Eventually I wanted to back into a public school and my mom finally did so. Once I got in I thought I was going to struggle because there’s no one going to help me little step by little step. Nope, I took a StarTest and the school came to me the next day and told me that my score was higher than the high school level. If I am to struggle in anyway and can’t find help at my school then I know where to turn if that happens, [email protected] Pedro M Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I charge for my time and do not scale or change it for topic or age. I assess a student each time I work with him or her.
If the student is in school and is getting poor grades, it means we need to find the level that the student is working at. It could be one area like fractions. If it's one area the problem will be quickly fixed.
If the student is having general math anxiety and frustration, we generally need to work back and become stronger in all areas. The only way to get a student stronger is by watching me solve problems and then doing the homework on their own.
Homework is a critical success component of tutoring.
I homeschooled my son for 16 years till he went to the Jr College system as a high school student.
He is now studying physics and working through advanced mathematics.
I work with very gifted and talented elementary to high school students and students who are a grade or two behind.
I truly believe everyone is capable of getting an A in their math class.
It's not an IQ issue. It's about patience and time.
A young student I was working with for years recently told his mother that math is now his favorite subject.
This student feared math for years.
Tell me what your dreams and goals are for your future.
I'll help you find the quickest and cheapest way to get there.
They should look through homework and tests they have not done well on and circle the problems.
Have they always had a hard time with these types of problems?
Have they tried online websites or books? Were they helpful?
Do you have support person that will encourage you?