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I’m Rabie! I am currently an assistant professor (post-doc) in the mathematics department of Temple University. In 2014, I graduated with high distinction and double bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering and Applied Mathematics, in addition to a minor in Operations Research. I have recently finished graduate school, earning a PhD in Mathematics.
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The Windy City is the innovative, economic and cultural heart of the midwest. As an economic powerhouse and the home to two of the nation’s top universities, it certainly has a lot to offer, but it can be an intimidating place to live. Like the city itself, trigonometry as a subject can be extremely intimidating if you have no prior experience. Typically in the United States, students will take trigonometry following an algebra 2 course, and unfortunately, these two courses offer extremely different approaches to learning mathematics. For this reason, it is very easy to get discouraged, especially in such a densely populated area where teachers don’t always have the time to give students the individual time or attention they need to flourish. This is where HeyTutor’s trigonometry tutoring in Chicago can be an incredible resource.
Math in general is hard, but it can seem impossible when you have to fundamentally change the way you think about and solve problems. We at HeyTutor understand this and how disheartening it can be to feel like you’re not comprehending the material. The most important thing you can do in this situation, whether you’re looking for a trigonometry or an algebra 2 tutor, is recognize where you’re having trouble and get the help you need as soon as you can, because nobody wants to get to the end of the semester only to feel helplessly unprepared for a final exam. To avoid this, give HeyTutor a call and let us get you started with a Chicago trigonometry tutoring session.
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All of our trigonometry tutors in Chicago are experienced, typically between five to 15 hours experience in tutoring and we require all of our tutors to hold at least a bachelors degree, so you can be sure your tutor will be college educated and an exemplary professional. Once you are set up, you will be matched with a tutor tailored to your specific needs which you can specify, be they teaching styles, personality traits, level of experience, etc. We want you to feel comfortable with your tutor, and you can be sure we will accommodate whatever needs you may have.
These types of student-tutor relationships are formed over time and with repetition, and as such, we offer 10, 20 and 30-hour plans with our tutors which will ensure that you get the most out of each and every Chicago trigonometry tutoring session. Our tutors will help you with all aspects of trigonometry, and they will also teach you their own proven methods for success in all of your classes such as methods for information retention, improved note-taking and study habits that are conducive to success.
Because of the high volume of students who need help with trigonometry in regards to the ACT, we like to mention that while our Chicago trigonometry tutors are more than happy to help with ACT math, you may find it more beneficial to meet with one of our ACT math tutors directly. If you’re also struggling with aspects of trigonometry in another course, we have math tutors of all kinds that can help with trigonometry and how to apply it to nearly every subject imaginable.