Algebra Tutoring Services and Tutors

Algebra Tutoring

From Pre-Algebra to Algebra II (and even College Algebra) our expert tutors will help you ace and even enjoy algebra.

Algebra is the kind of subject that either comes easy to a student or a student finds extremely challenging and difficult to grasp. Developing an understanding of algebra requires shaping abstract concepts into concrete examples. Our tutors take pride in using each student's abilities and understanding of the world to drive to make algebra into something tangible.

Algebra Tutors

Rate: $50
Location: Greater Philadelphia

Adam Levin

Algebra, Algebra II, Computer Applications, Reading Support, Elementary Math, SAT, ACT and more!

I have eight years of tutoring experience and am the founder of Tutor Delphia. I find that I am able to connect with students and help them learn at an accelerated rate through one-on-one tutoring.

  • Masters in Professional Education
  • Eight years experience tutoring for large tutoring companies and independently
  • Two years teaching experience at TYWLS at Rhodes
  • Student teaching at Academy at Palumbo
  • Volunteer at Northern Home for Children, and the Center for Literacy
  • SAT Scores: 800 Math, 800 Reading, 620 Writing
Rate: $50

Alex Daniel Baez

Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Statistics, Pre-calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus (1-3), Statistical Methods / Theory, Probability

I've taught high school math for over four years, tutored for over 10, and am confident that I can use my math and teaching skills to help anyone that needs it.

  • Four years of teaching high school in Philadelphia
  • Experience with students that have a variety of needs
  • Tutored since 2004
  • 5 on AP Calculus
  • 4 on AP Statistics
  • Candidate for MS in Statistics
Rate: $50

Jonathan Newman

SATs, GREs, GEDs, Latin, Statistics, Biostatistics, GRE: Biology, Reading/Writing skills

Jonathan is a highly accomplished student and professional eager to help minds discover inner strength and focus.

  • Twelve AP Tests, all earning scores of 4 or 5
  • SAT and GRE proficiency
  • Honed Study Skills
  • Experienced + Expert Student
Rate: $50
Location: Greater Philadelphia

Katie Gard

English, Writing, Math grades K-10; Science grades K-8; Reading, History & Social Studies grades K-12.  ESL, Music Theory & Composition

I have 10 years experience as tutor for all ages & subjects, specializing in college writing, junior high math, and working with ESL students. Patient & encouraging, I find unique approaches to make what you're studying make sense.

  • Master's Degree
  • 10 years of tutoring experience
  • Trained consultant for essay development
  • Tutor program coordinator for junior high math
  • Languages: English & Tagalog
  • Adept at working with ESL students.
Rate: $50
Location: Philadelphia

Jennifer Gard

MCAT, GRE, SAT, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, Molecular & Cellular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Medical Terminology, Psychology, French I & II, Statistics, ESL, Essay Composition

I have 4 years of tutoring experience, and I've enjoyed every moment of it. I love to make science interesting, understandable, and fun! I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Pre-Med Biology, and now I am enrolled in a dual Master's of Medical Science & Global Public Health at Arcadia University.

  • Four years of experience tutoring at the college level one-on-one and in groups
  • A wide range of ESL teaching experiences with children and adults from Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America
  • A wealth of insight into the medical professions and how to succeed in them based on personal research, shadowing, and hospital work experience.
Rate: $50

Shang Celsius

Civil Engineering, SAT, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Calculus, Analysis, Vectors, Classical Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Special Relativity, Quantum Physics, Optics, Chemistry, AutoCAD, French, West African Pigin English

I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics and another in Civil Engineering. I can help resolve any challenges you may have in Math, Physics, Chemistry, or Civil Engineering.

  • 22 years of tutoring experience
  • Fluency in English and French
  • Familiarity with the professional fields of Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, and Business.

Algebra Tutoring Services

Not just learning the basics but mastering them is crucial to success in higher levels of math and even basic high school science classes. We work with our students to develop a mastery of fundamentals of Algebra and to learn the skills to build on those as the concepts become more complex.

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Just as with lower-level algebra, fundamentals are the key. We work with students to determine what they already know and build upon it in a way that inspires confidence. In addition, these skills are essential to some of the other classes students are in-chemistry, biology, earth science. Our approach is interdisciplinary, and we seek to help students understand concepts not only in the realm of mathematics, but as they apply in the real world as well.

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Algebra Tutoring FAQ

In Arithmetic, you are given all the numbers and just need to perform operations on them. In Algebra, things become more abstract. Algebra requires a whole new way of thinking in which problems are solved abstractly, not just for one number, but for any number. As Dr. Keith Devlin states in his article about the importance of algebra, Algebra requires a new way of thinking. Algebra tutoring lets students learn how to think algebraically.



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