Math Tutors In Houston offers the best rates and tutoring services in all math
subjects to help students K-12 and Adults. We develop a customized learning plan
to meet your needs. Math Tutors In Houston offers one-on-one, group and online
sessions to compliment your learning style.
Math Tutors In Houston exists to help our students bridge the gap of basic
mathematical skills and processes they may be lacking, enhance and refine
average math skills that may develop into enrichment and math specializations. We
take a unique and innovative approach to teaching that helps students connect
with the subject matter they need to master. Through personalized and focused
teaching processes, our students develop the tools they need for ongoing success in
their fields of study. Our success depends on our attention to the needs of our clients
and helping them achieve - we don't succeed unless our clients succeed.
Let us be the solution to all your math problems!
"Can I get into a good college if the highest
Math class I take in high school is Algebra 2?"
Ashley Spignesi, 16, Katy, TX
Most colleges want to see that you've completed at least
three years of math in high school up through Algebra II/Trig,
so, yes, you can still get into a good school if this is the
minimum amount you complete. But if you are trying to get
into supercompetitive schools, you'll want to do more than
just squeak by with the minimums, since top-tier schools like
to see four years of math through calculus.
However, if math is not your strong suit, focus on taking
advanced courses within your areas of interest, be that
science, psychology, history, art, music, or literature. It's
important to make sure you are meeting the minimum
requirements for admission, but it's equally important to
capitalize on your strengths and challenge yourself in the
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Every Student is Unique
Math Tutors in Houston staff do not follow a "set" curriculum because every student is unique. Each student's
educational program targets what he or she is doing at school and focuses on particular needs. Using the
school's curriculum as a guideline, tutors may introduce supplementary materials to enhance the learning process.
This approach prevents confusing the student. A child may perform at a high level with a "learning center"
curriculum, but still be failing classes. Following the school's curriculum allows the student to keep up with
studies and allows the tutors the opportunity to review anything not understood. Working in tandem with the
schools we believe our students will excel and improve their grades faster.