Pre-Algebra Online Tutoring with Expert Math Tutors
What is Pre-Algebra?
The word ‘Algebra’ sends a shiver down the spines of most high school students. You can of course learn basic &advanced Algebra topics from our highly experienced Algebra tutors.However, graduating to high-school Algebra from primary-school arithmetic can be easier by studying pre-algebra topics. Pre-algebra concepts can be used as stepping stones to more complicated Algebra topics like Quadratic Equations and Complex Numbers.
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Why learn Pre-Algebra?
Knowing Arithmetic is a prerequisite to learning Algebra. Learning Arithmetic concepts for young children gets very challenging if they are unable to relate these concepts to the things around them. eTutorWorld aspiring Arithmetic tutors teach basic math concepts like Operations on Numbers, Skip Counting and Comparing Numbers using real life situations and sharing colorful worksheets.
While Arithmetic is taught up to Grade 5, Pre-Algebra is typically taught to students from grades 6 onwards. These topics include Integers, Rational & Irrational Numbers, Exponents and some Geometry concepts that hone a student’s math skills and logical thinking. Pre-Algebra learning is also essential for doing well on most Standardized Tests like the SCAT, SSAT, SAT, ISEE, ACT and many more. Math concepts well-learnt in Middle-School and High-School,help build a student’s analytical and logical ability which in turn goes a long way in improving test-taking and problem-solving skills.
You as a parent must be often confused and upset when your child doesn’t do well in math. Your child’s helplessness and disappointment with unimpressive math scores then turns into life-long hatred for math.
A study by our counselors suggests that there are 2 main reasons for students turning their back towards math:
- Not understanding essential math concepts
- Insufficient math practice
How can my child do well in Pre-algebra?
eTutorWorld Middle & High School Math Tutors are able to tackle both these issues. During a one-on-one online tutoring session, a tutor starts with diagnosing a student’s weaknesses and working on eliminating the same. After each session, the student is sent a practice worksheet to reinforce and revise topics taught which can be solved and sent back for an evaluation. With the same tutor tutoring your child in every session, the comfort level and rapport attained allows your child to ask math questions without feeling hesitant or ashamed.
Individualized lesson plans during personalized pre-algebra tutoring sessions helps students sashay through all those mind-boggling math problems and score top grades.
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