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Laila Alieh: Math Tutor
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  • 2 years in business
  • 32 hires on Thumbtack
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Nancy B.
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I have been very impressed with Laila as my son's Algebra 2 math tutor. She is very conscientious and cares a great deal that my son is understanding the material and doing well. She took it upon herself to contact his teacher to review the class material and determine what is expected from the class. She has a very friendly personality and is extremely qualified and enthusiastic. She cares more than any tutor I've ever met. If my son understands the material for the week, she does not require a session, just advance notice. Very fair! She's been very flexible with us and has evening hours.

  • 16 hires on Thumbtack
Elise H.
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Carlos is a great math tutor. He's helped me in proportions, percents, story problems, and algebra. He's my go-to guy with math. He makes sure I understand fully before we move on to a new topic. I'd recommend him for any tutoring. He's professional and a great teacher.

eMac Tutoring
from 5 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Ron L.
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I've been using eMac Tutoring for help in algebra for a little over a year now. They've helped me go from being afraid of algebra and math to looking forward to the next class and the next challenge. The one on one aspect is a huge advantage over a classroom setting and their tutors always take time to ensure you understand the concepts.

Tutor Blast
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    Avery W.
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    I’m a college student so I need three things from a tutoring service: 1) good prices 2) good quality 3) good use of my time

    Bingham Music Studio
    from 2 reviews
    • 14 years in business
    • 4 hires on Thumbtack
    Joshua P.
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    Sabrina is teaching piano to my Kindergarten-aged twins. She is great with young kids and their parents. She's very flexible with her teaching, willing to adapt to the style that fits them best. The lessons have included a conga drum to learn keeping time, as well as opening up the piano to show how the inside works. The learning environment in her home is very relaxing, and helps to calm my very energetic boys. When my boys do get distracted, she can effectively rein them back in or use their curiosity as a teachable moment when appropriate.

    • 12 years in business
    Edwin C.
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    Una muy buena persona con mucha paciencia para enseñar y con muchas cualidades de un excelente maestro. Gracias barnett mi hijo mi esposa y yo te lo agradecemos mucho. Familia Cuevas

    Kristy Everheart
    from 1 review
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    Tami W.
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    Kristy has been tutoring with my 2 children for 2 weeks now. Middle school and high school math and geometry. Already they have started to get a better understanding of what they are being taught at school and with her help their grades have been improving! Both of my children enjoy working with her. We're so happy we found her and are very excited to continue working with her!!

    • 14 years in business

    i love teaching and learning.


    We hear constantly how one of the most important things to do in life is to follow your dreams. None of us want to wake up 20 years after, regretting the fact that we didn't give our all and did what we really wanted to do. Well, my philosophy is that thinking that thought every once in a while is okay and even understanding what your dreams are is fine too, but actually accomplishing those things is a whole different story -- one that involves hard work, dedication and an intense desire to learn. I venture to instill these values into what I teach -- music. I am currently a student at Ball State University on track to graduate with a bachelor's degree in music media production. This entails in-depth courses in music theory, music history, performance and technology. I've also been studying and playing music for 10 years. I started out by playing guitar, then piano, and I have also been in choirs continuously since age 13. At about age 14, I started studying music theory -- scales, chords, styles, harmony, etc. Since then, I have devoted at least 20 or 30 hours per week to study and practice, with that number growing to probably over 30 in the last couple of years. If it's not obvious already, music is certainly my passion. I am also a dedicated student of all subjects. I scored a 2010 on my SAT, so I am proficient in basic math, reading comprehension and writing, and through the many different subjects I have devoted time and effort to, I have come to believe that one of the most important parts of truly learning about anything is understanding and recognizing how these things relate to another; math is an integral part of music theory and rhythm, and listening to a song is similar in many ways to reading a book, and scientific laws explain how music physically happens and how our bodies and minds react to it. My teaching style is holistic and expansive. I want any student of mine to come away thinking about things in a different way because in my experience, the best teachers I've had are not the ones who spit out the same things they've been taught but provide a unique and exciting perspective on their subject.


    I am an licensed math teacher in Pendleton with a great track record of incredible results. Algebra, Pre-Algebra and Geometry are my specialties. I work with all ages, from lower elementary to adult/GED-type needs and anything in between. I specialize in Algebra and prefer not to teach trigonometry or calculus.

    • 8 years in business

    More than 15 years of experience, Lessons are very flexible, what I do is that I either go to your home and give you lessons at your convenience or You can come to the building I usually work at! We have all the instruments! We can travel! We offer prizes!!


    I give quality tutoring at fair prices. I am 22 years old. I have played guitar for over 12 years. I have a bachelors degree in elementary education with a minor in reading from Indiana State University.


    Welcome to Brick by Brick Lessons! BbB provides tutoring in a multitude of subjects from math to English. I am based in Fishers, IN. I tutored in high school and university, which led me to a career as an ESL teacher abroad. Despite a focus on English, my English classes have been designed for all different subjects, leaving me able to tutor you if you need help. Brick by Brick Lessons will provide you not only support in person but also resources online to help you help yourself. Please take a look at the list of available subjects below: - English: Literature, Reading, Grammar, and Writing - English as a Second Language - Math: Algebra, Geometry, and Precalculus - German: Literature, Language, and Culture - History - SAT Prep - TOEFL Prep If you need help with any of these subjects, please feel free to contact me. Depending on the length of each lesson and number of people, my quote will be competitive!


    My goal is to provide lessons to people who are interested in learning how to play a guitar, using deep expression of their soul as fuel.


    Hello. I have been playing guitar for over eight years and currently play and record music. I was privately trained in jazz, blues and rock guitar and have an extensive knowledge of music theory as well. I am currently offering lessons for beginning, intermediate or advanced guitar players. Thank you.


    I know a lot about music and the arts. I am more than willing to teach what I know. I will help anyone in need.


    Learn to write in a fun and creative way. Improve your ability to write essay's, paper's short stories, and books.


    Teaching each student with fun, effective techniques is what I do best. Not only will they learn, but they will also enjoy learning.


    I provide services for math tutoring, stained glass mosaics, guitar lessons, and English tutoring. I have taught college level courses for the past 11 years. I have also taught SAT preparation courses and worked for Pearson, the developers of the SAT.

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