I speak: English and Spanish
I am passionate about math and science! I also have fun with improvisational theater which helps me try to keep tutoring sessions new and allows me to adapt in the case that my student is not understanding the topics we focus on. Most importantly, I try to keep our sessions fun and on task.
My first experience in tutoring started in my high school career when I started teaching math as an 11th grader to ... See more
I have been teaching math to all ages for 16 years now and Love it! I love giving new ideas to an old concept and watching students light up when they have the "I got it" moment. I would love to help you with homework, prepare for a test or review concepts to strengthen your skills. You may not love math, but together we can at least make it less stressful and more enjoyable. I have 6 kids of my ... See more
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 conceptually for my students, helping them truly understand the material vs simply memorizing facts or formulas. This approach is far more effective for long term success in my opinion as it allows the student to eventually become an independent learner and ... See more
I prefer tutoring math and physics. Most of my students are in middle school and high school. I like making an extra copy of my student’s homework and doing it myself ahead of time, before planned tutoring sessions. While education is very important to me, I try to be a role model, a person everyone looks up to. I like to try to form a big-brother relationship with my students; I really enjoy learning alongside them, learning which ... See more
Hello My name is Jordan Richey.
Recent Graduate from Oglethorpe University and I will be beginning a Master's Program this fall at the University of Central Florida.
I can assists in High school level Physics and Mathematical guidance. As a recent college graduate, I hope to help as many people as possible right away! I like to explain with things with my hands and allow students to guide the entire experience. I am here to help, not tell you ... See more
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 I first enrolled, I was "mathematically illiterate" in a lot of areas, and through a combination of online and in-person tutoring I brought myself up-to-speed with my peers at CWRU, and then some. ... See more
I am a Bachelor's degree candidate in Biology and Comparative Women's Studies at SpelmanCollege. I have four years of extensive experience tutoring students of all ages. I genuinely specialize in Spanish, Physics, and Psychology. I have extensive knowledge in Biology as well. I believe in providing tutoring sessions in which I can incorporate concepts in a fun and concise manner. My mission is to help you succeed in your respective endeavors, whether it is by helping you with ... See more
In preparing to teach, I studied a wide range of subjects in college. I've been reading and studying about them AND about how to teach them ever since. My goal for you/your child is to leave you with a firm foundation that will allow further learning to be independent. Except in the case of special needs, tutoring should not be a permanent part of your life or your child's. My task is to work myself out of ... See more
I am a current Chemistry major at Georgia State University and minoring in German. I have 3+ years of experience tutoring high school chemistry and math. I have taken several AP courses, including: Calculus AB, Chemistry, Statistics, English Language and Composition, Biology and Psychology. You will find that I am easy to work with and will enjoy helping you achieve a great grade!
I am a 3rd year undergraduate student at Georgia State University, I am adept in Chemistry, Algebra, and Calculus. I have made the Dean's List each semester I have attended University, and this past Summer I made the President's list. I have a GPA of 3.74 on the 4.0 scale.
Atlanta is home to the busiest airport in the world, and mathematics professionals are why they can maintain an efficient (but not always on time) air traffic control system and keep the airspace safe. This is not an isolated example, as mathematics is becoming more and more of a part of everyday life for professionals in the fields of business, education, etc. in Atlanta. No matter what you plan on doing in Atlanta, it’s likely that math will be a significant portion of your education.
As with most global cities, there are countless benefits of living in Atlanta but they do not come without shortcomings. In many densely populated areas, schools’ resources often become stretched thin and teachers just aren’t always able to provide the type of support and attention that every individual student requires, and Atlanta is no exception. This is where HeyTutor’s trigonometry tutoring in Atlanta comes in handy.
In the United States, the order in which math courses are taught is nonintuitive and confusing for many students. In most cases, students will go straight from algebra 2 to trigonometry, and the two courses require vastly different ways of interpreting mathematics. Students often times find that they can grasp either algebra or trigonometry naturally, but rarely both, which can be disorienting and lead to disappointing results. If you find that you’re having difficulties with algebraic concepts more than trigonometry, one of our fantastic algebra 2 tutors would love to be of assistance. Otherwise, if the difficulty is coming from trigonometric concepts, it is important to get set up with Atlanta trigonometry tutoring as soon as possible.
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: -English -Economics -Math -Science -Writing And more!
Hello everyone! My name is Amir and I am a sophomore student at Georgia State University. I enjoy teaching students in math and history. I have taken Algebra, Precalculus, AP Calculus and Statistics and also AP World History, US History and AP Microeconomics.
I hold a Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology and a Master's of Arts in Education.
I have a master's degree in accounting but am very good in Accounting, Economics, Math and Finance.
I am Mark McGovern, a learning enthusiast originally from Montana. I am a Navy veteran, having served in the Nuclear Power field and engineering department aboard the submarine USS Maine. The education in that field, along with briefly majoring in engineering after the Navy, provided me a strong background in math and sciences. I also hold a bachelor's degree in English, with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition, from Georgia State University, where I graduated with honors.
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I've received my Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering and have over 7 years of tutoring experience under my belt. My strongest asset is my ability to transform any hard concept into material that students can easily understand through the use of colorful metaphors and real world examples.
Hi there. Thank you for taking your time to look at my profile. My name is Mercy and I have a masters degree in construction management and civil engineering. My other degrees/majors are in mathematics, psychology, career development, special needs, homeschooling studies, social studies, physics, chemistry, moral sciences and English. I have my license in teaching competitive exams like GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, SAT etc. I have great knowledge of computer science and photography softwares. I would love to help ... See more
I have over four years of professional experience tutoring and teaching math and test prep (ACT/SAT). I have experience tutoring math from all age groups (2-12th grade). I received an undergraduate degree from MIT in 2013 in Environmental Engineering and a masters degree from Tufts in 2017 in Civil and Environmental Engineering. I currently work for an Environmental Consulting company in Cambridge. When I am not working, I like to knit, travel, and play music.
Hello! I am a current graduate student seeking to impact students' lives with affordable, intuitive learning in several subject areas.
Available all afternoons and evenings to tutor K-12 or University Engineering or Management students including core Engineering and Industrial Engineering. All subjects for K-12. Male, 29 years old
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.