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Graduate of the University of Georgia with a bachelors in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. I have been tutoring for over 5 years now with tremendous success with my students. My style of teaching is to really break down a subject conceptua... See more
I graduated cum laude from Marian University (Indianapolis) with a B.S. in Mathematics and Chemistry, and joined Atlanta Classical Academy as an Upper Level STEM Teacher in 2018. I worked as a writing tutor for three and a half years, a Mar... See more
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I received a Bachelor's degree in Physics from Case Western Reserve University, which I was only able to complete as a result of some extensive tutoring that I received in the math fundamentals that I had missed out on in high school. When
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Hi there! I'm a Clemson Grad currently pursuing my MBA. I specialize in math courses from elementary math through Calculus. I am also able to assist in language studies, including French. My favorite subjects to tutor are as follows:
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All of our Atlanta trigonometry tutors are knowledgeable professionals who will teach you not only the intricacies of trigonometry, but also design lesson plans around the way you learn and help you follow those plans. We at HeyTutor believe that one of the most important factors in a student’s success is the relationship they develop with their teacher/tutor. For this reason, you can specify exactly what you want in a tutor, such as personality traits, teaching styles, availability and level of experience, and we will make it our highest priority to accommodate these. Since this rapport is so important, we take our time to match you with a tutor and offer plans of 10, 20 and 30 hours which you can use at your discretion with as many tutors as you’d like.
We require that our trigonometry tutors in Atlanta, as well as all of the tutors that we work with, have at least 5 years experience tutoring and hold at least a bachelor’s degree, so you can be sure that the person you will be working with is a seasoned pro. If you are in a different class such as statistics and struggling with trigonometric concepts, our trigonometry tutors would be more than happy to assist, however, you may find it more beneficial meeting with one of our exceptional local statistics tutors, as they will be able to not only teach you everything you need to know about trigonometry, but also how to apply it to your statistics class and what your teacher will be looking for.
Because of the high volume of calls we get regarding trigonometry tutors for the ACT, we also like to say that our trigonometry tutors can certainly help, but we recommend that you may be better served in this case with one of our wonderful ACT math tutors.