Pre-Calculus

It is not easy for a student to make their way all the way through to Pre-Calculus in high school, so if your child has come this far, they deserve a congratulations. However, they are about to learn about a higher level of math than they have ever seen because this course is the foundation for Calculus. Embarking on this challenge could mean they will need a little help from a Pre-Calculus Math Tutor in order to build a strong foundation for their upcoming math coursework.

**An Explanation of Pre-Calculus and Why it is Important**

Generally, adolescents take Pre-Calculus towards the end of high school. Whether they take this subject in grade 11 or 12 depends on how they progressed through math throughout middle school and high school. As a precursor to Calculus, students learn foundational mathematical concepts that help them with higher levels math. It is because this course sits in between Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry and Calculus that it is usually a combination and culmination of all three. During Pre-calculus students study:

In addition, college math requires a higher aptitude of understanding so that even if they must repeat Pre-Calculus, it will more than likely be a harder class than experienced in high school. Students, who plan to major in an area requiring greater mathematical understanding, will be better prepared for their required college math courses if they understand this course.

**How Pre-Calculus Math Tutoring Will Help Your Child**

It may help you to understand better if you see your child's Pre-Calculus class as a review of all the math concepts they have learned up until this point. When you look at it this way, it is easy to see why they are confused and possibly overwhelmed. They may be reviewing ideas they do not remember, or ones they did not fully understand the first time around. This is where Jacqueline Muoio can help with her Pre-Calculus Math Tutoring services.

A tutor such as Jacqueline will be able to assist your child to identify the areas that confuse them. It is important to have a tutor, who is an expert in the subject of math, help your child because their knowledge will assist them in pinpointing the exact problem.

Improvement is likely to occur at a slow pace, but do not be surprised to see a more immediate change in your adolescent's attitude toward math. It is understandable they may dislike math if they are having trouble understanding it. However, you will be surprise how this changes after even a small amount of tutoring because they now see math in a positive light. If you want to encourage your child as they work through this challenge try the following ideas:

Generally, adolescents take Pre-Calculus towards the end of high school. Whether they take this subject in grade 11 or 12 depends on how they progressed through math throughout middle school and high school. As a precursor to Calculus, students learn foundational mathematical concepts that help them with higher levels math. It is because this course sits in between Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry and Calculus that it is usually a combination and culmination of all three. During Pre-calculus students study:

- Sets
- Series
- Real Numbers
- Linear Inequalities
- Polynomials
- Trigonometric Equations
- Logarithmic Functions
- Exponential Functions
- Binomial Theorem
- Matrices

In addition, college math requires a higher aptitude of understanding so that even if they must repeat Pre-Calculus, it will more than likely be a harder class than experienced in high school. Students, who plan to major in an area requiring greater mathematical understanding, will be better prepared for their required college math courses if they understand this course.

It may help you to understand better if you see your child's Pre-Calculus class as a review of all the math concepts they have learned up until this point. When you look at it this way, it is easy to see why they are confused and possibly overwhelmed. They may be reviewing ideas they do not remember, or ones they did not fully understand the first time around. This is where Jacqueline Muoio can help with her Pre-Calculus Math Tutoring services.

A tutor such as Jacqueline will be able to assist your child to identify the areas that confuse them. It is important to have a tutor, who is an expert in the subject of math, help your child because their knowledge will assist them in pinpointing the exact problem.

Improvement is likely to occur at a slow pace, but do not be surprised to see a more immediate change in your adolescent's attitude toward math. It is understandable they may dislike math if they are having trouble understanding it. However, you will be surprise how this changes after even a small amount of tutoring because they now see math in a positive light. If you want to encourage your child as they work through this challenge try the following ideas:

- Have them set aside even a small amount of time each day to work on practice problems.

- Set aside time to sit with them as they work on difficult math problems. You may not understand the work, but your presence is what means the most.

- Find out more about the career field they wish to explore, and tell them how Pre-Calculus is used within that field.

"Jacqueline is an amazing tutor and teacher of math. She is kind, considerate, and sincerely cares about the progress of my oldest son, who started falling behind when he enrolled in sports.

We didn't want to take him off the team because of his grades, so hiring a Math Tutor was a perfect solution for us.

Jacqueline not only improved is his grades in math, but also gave him study habits for his other subjects.

Now, our son does well in school and sports."

-Jenny Z.

Garden City

Garden City

Watching Jacqueline as she tutors, her passion for the subject of math and her love of teaching it is apparent immediately. It is with this passion and love that she will motivate your child to learn the difficult concepts found in Pre-Calculus.

If you are interested in learning more about Jacqueline's Pre-Calculus Math Tutoring services, please contact her for a free consultation.

If you are interested in learning more about Jacqueline's Pre-Calculus Math Tutoring services, please contact her for a free consultation.

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