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- Aquiline K
I’m a professional researcher in technical and academic areas with 7+ years of experience. I've completed over 100 projects for Studygate with 5-STAR ***** RATING. I must be doing something right! I have tutored..Show moreHourly Rate$80/ hour
- Nsomu G
I am currently completing a Masters Degree in Genetic Engineering. Over the past couple of years, I have held several tutoring sessions ranging from math, English, accounting, biology, chemistry, physical sciences. As such, I..Show moreHourly Rate$30/ hour
- Margaret W
Hello there! I’m Margaret. A tutor with a true passion for mathematics and science. I hold an MSc in Mathematics and Computer Science. Additionally, I have done several short courses in Financial and Managerial..Show moreHourly Rate$30/ hour
- Matthew M
I enjoy teaching students of all ages! My tutoring specialties are in science and math. I am a mechanical engineer currently working for a Fortune 500 chemical manufacturing company. I volunteer with local middle..Show moreHourly Rate$85/ hour
- Damaris W
Hi there! I’m Damaris. I love teaching and sharing knowledge. Teaching and learning is more of a second nature to me having been raised by parents who are both teachers. My Dad taught Biology..Show moreHourly Rate$70/ hour
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All the tutors I’ve dealt with on StudyGate were extremely helpful and professional. I don’t write reviews often, but you should definitely give it a try!
Maura helped me in all 3 subjects and did a fantastic job. She gave me more help in a few minutes than the other tutors I have tried taught me in 2 hours! - Jessica at KU
Thomas was constantly bending over backwards to accommodate my changing schedule. The response times were always “blazingly fast” like the site says, but more importantly he knows the subject extremely well. - Samuel at OSU
I met with Matthew probably 20 times to get ready for my finals. I recovered from surgery for the first 6 weeks of class and needed to catch up quickly. Matthew was flexible with scheduling and knew the subject very well. - Morgan at ASU
The first meeting with Ruth went great. She was VERY of understanding of my not having a solid foundation in math and we dove into the basics together. - Angel at UF
If you are anything like me it is fastest to just guess the answer and see what comes up wrong and then have someone explain it so you understand. Neha does all that and more. - Mia at Vanderbilt
Le Z is super patient to make sure you understand. Demand for resources, wage determination, public finance, information asymmetries, and income inequality. He broke it all down for me with the answers. - Robin at UT Austin
My favorite part of lessons with Brahmanand is when we take a very complex problem then break it down into its basic parts. This makes it WAY easier to grasp. - Ian at PSU
Nsomu has been giving me lessons for about four months. He knows the subject and helps me identify targets for improvement. Which gives me more time with my friends. - Dalton at Wellesley
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Every student that goes through high school and college has to take algebra at some point. Fortunately, there are dozens of homework help resources available online. Many of them are free. Now, you already know that there are free resources for learning online, especially with math. Most algebra textbooks can currently be downloaded online at no cost. And the same is true of getting homework help in algebra. So why would anyone go to the trouble of actually getting algebra homework help as a service? After all, algebra is so widely taught that there are thousands of tutors available to assist. There might be only 100s or dozens in other more highly specialized subjects.
Free Algebra Homework Help (with Strings Attached)
Here are three practical reasons why that free option might end up wasting your time:
- Many people love to teach, but almost all of them teach with strings attached. They want to teach you on their terms. They want to feel like you are learning about functions and complicated equations involving roots. Your job is to stand and deliver to make them feel like they did a good deed. That’s the price of free.
- Quite frankly, many non-millennials tutors hate giving away the answer. They feel like they are cheating the system if they give the logarithm answer to you and then write out the work. The fact of the matter is that many people in older generations have yet to realize that most answers can already be googled on Quizlet anyway.
- Most importantly, a free tutor may not share your sense of urgency. They are available when they want to assist and work to make a living somewhere else whenever they choose. So you can expect that it might take a while to get someone to explain those complex numbers in a helpful way.
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For starters, we think that if homework was optional, students would have better grades. If we can minimize that friction for you, all the better. Also, companies are attempting to use technology to replace educators. The problem is that these technologies really don’t have any concern for you personally. Software responds to whether you answer a question correctly or incorrectly and adapts its lesson accordingly. If you’ve written a paper, there’s a good chance that your teacher already scanned it in Turnitin to make sure you wrote it, and the company is increasingly using AI to assess the quality of your work as well.
And everyone has watched a Khan Academy video at some point. Studygate is not a good option if you think deep knowledge, expertise, preparation, and organization are the most important aspects to helping you ace your class. All of our tutors are great algebra tutors who could explain combinatorics and permutations until they turn blue, but what they have that those free tutors don’t is a respect for your time. StudyGate tutors know you want the algebra help and they are willing to get back to you will fully developed solutions on a time frame that you can accept. The nice thing is that with so much competition the price for help can be close to that of a cup of coffee at Starbucks. So if you want to get answers to your algebra homework and Quizlet isn’t cutting it, just know you’ve got algebra options. For example, our blog can outline the nuances of the quadratic equation.