Private math tutors
Looking for private math tutors? Well, look no more. You have found me! Hi, my name is Jetser Carasco.
I am a mathematics teacher with more than 8 years of experience teaching mathematics in Massachusetts.
I attended the University of Massachusetts Boston where I graduated with a math major and the University of Antilles and Guyanne(Guadeloupe, France) where I also graduated with a double major in mathematics and computer science.
I came from a background where mathematics is heavily emphasized and everyone is supposed to know calculus to graduate from high school.
Looking back to where I came from and where I am today in life, I know what it takes to be successful.
It takes hard work, but also the right teacher to motivate you and explain things the right way.
Over the years, I have inspired many students with my teaching and my style. My philosophy and methods are based on simple approaches to include:
- No excuses!
- Everybody has potential to understand math and be good at it
- Make sure that all steps are shown and no words are wasted
- Be thorough and do anything in your power to make sure that the student understand the concepts
Are you stuck on a math problem?
Are you struggling to understand a math concept?
Is a quiz coming soon and you still don't know what you are doing?
Do you have math anxiety?
Are you stuck on a homework assignment?
Are you a parent looking for private math tutors for your kid(s)?
You need tutoring in elementary school math, middle school math, or high school math
If the answer is yes to any or all of the above, here is what I can do for you:
Solve your math problem(s) and provide you with a thorough explanation by incorporating all theory and concepts behind them
My goal is for you to fire me quick as a math tutor because the explanation will be so clear you will be able to do the problem(s) yourself next time
In fact, if you have been reading my lessons on this site, you should have already noticed how thorough I am.
I will be even more thorough since you are now paying me to tutor you and you want to be satisfied
Here is how it works:
First type your problem(s) using the form below. Include your grade, subject, and your deadline
Don't wait until the last minute to submit your problem(s)
I will give you a quote. It will be sent to the email you provided.
What you pay depends on a variety of factors to include numbers of exercises, length of solution for each exercise, and the complexity of the problems
The process is simple. Once you get a quote from me, I will send you also an email using the email address you provided through Paypal.
Paypal will then send you an email requesting payment
Once I get payment confirmation from Paypal, I will send you step by step written solutions to the email address you provided
There is no need to worry. If I decide to tutor you, I will provide you with good service. In case you need extra peace of mind, just keep in mind that you can file a dispute with Paypal if you are not 100% satisfied.
It is imperative that you remember to type in yor email address to receive the work
Due to the fact that I am already teaching in a regular class and the many emails I get on this matter, I may not be able to tutor everyone and/or make a reply to all your request(s) .I am only human!
To increase your chance of success,
Submit your problem(s) as soon as possible and provide me with enough time to solve your problem(s)
Send me at the most 3 problems
Describe your problem(s) entirely
Do not omit anything!
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