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Our tutors are highly qualified. We look for tutors with a minimum of a bachelor's degree in a math, engineering or science major. If the tutor does not have a math-related degree, we look for experience teaching, tutoring, or working with math in a professional environment. Many of our math tutors are seeking higher degrees in math, science, or engineering fields.
All of our tutors show that they have successful experience working with young people, and the personality that is most effective in generating rapport with students.
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There are many subjects all rolled into the one topic of "Math" so we thought it would be appropriate to talk about the different areas of math and how we approach them with students.
Students develop their math foundation in these formative years, and our math tutors can help.
These years are critical, because the foundations for algebra are being put into place starting in 6th grade, and continuing until the student takes Algebra 1.
Traditionally, students take this in 9th grade, however it is common for 8th and even 7th graders to take it.
Traditionally a 10th grade class, this can pose problems or be a relief from Algebra, depending on the student.
More advanced Algebraic concepts are covered here, and many schools add in trigonometry.
Some schools offer a separate trigonometry course that goes deeper into the topic.
As the name implies, this is the pre-cursor to calculus, where the study of functions deepens.
Some private schools offer non-AP Calculus courses too.
This class is a change of pace. It can either be a welcome relief from calculus, or a very difficult transition.
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