Math subject tutoring available in math classes from pre-algebra to calculus 2. This includes statistics and every course in between. Generally, this covers all math offered in high school. However, these classes are offered all the way from about 7th grade to the first year or two of college.

## Math Subject Tutoring, Specific Classes

The following are the class names offered from pre-algebra through calculus 2:

Pre-Algebra | Algebra 1 | Algebra 1 Honors |

Geometry | Geometry Honors | Algebra 2 |

Algebra 2/ Trigonometry | Consumer Math | Algebra 2 Honors |

Precalculus | Precalculus Honors | Calculus 1 |

AP Calculus AB | Calculus 2 | AP Calculus BC |

Applied Math | Financial Math | (AP) Statistics |

## Math Subjects Tutored for College Students

If you’re a college student and taking any of the classes in the following table, you can find appropriate tutoring here:

Intermediate Algebra | Combo Elementary & Intermediate Algebra | Liberal Arts Mathematics |

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers | Geometry for Elementary Teachers | College Algebra |

Trigonometry | Business Calculus | Introduction to Statistics |

Precalculus | Calculus 1 | Calculus 2 |

## What If My Class Is Not Listed?

If your class is not listed, please contact me. I’m happy to discuss the particulars of your situation.

You might be taking a class for a specific certification, such as a contractor’s license. Or, you could want some prep for your GED or ASVAB. Lastly, you could want a refresher for a math placement test for a school.

In most cases, I can accommodate your needs. What would be most helpful is a PDF or link to the topics covered. Better yet, you could send a practice test or final from your course. Please give me time to review it. In most cases, I’m familiar enough with the math for most tests that I can help. I’d estimate that I’m able to help in more than 80% of cases.

## What Calculator Should I use for my Math Subject?

If you’re allowed to use a calculator in your class, please find out which type you’re allowed to use. Most instructors make the distinction between scientific and graphing. A scientific calculator doesn’t have a graphing screen. Still, some scientific calculators are capable of quite a few functions, including trigonometry, statistics, and calculus.

If you’re allowed the use of a graphing calculator, you’ll want to use the TI 84 Plus CE, pictured below.

## My Instructor is Very Specific about the Type of Calculator

Sometimes, you’re only allowed a calculator with the basic operation keys. These are addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. That’s okay. We can work with that.

Other instructors might only allow a certain brand and model of a calculator. This is typically for standardized tests, such as the GED. That’s okay, too.

Lastly, some instructors allow calculators with only 1-2 lines of type. Let me know if that’s the case for you and I can explain.

In any case, I am familiar with a broad range of types of calculators. I’m almost certain I can help you use your calculator to best advantage in almost any math subject.

## Any Other Questions?

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