# Pre Algebra Tutor Near You – Online & In Person Sessions

We provide the highest-rated tutoring service to middle school and high school students in the San Jose Bay Area.

**Private Pre-algebra Tutoring**

**Private Pre-algebra Tutoring**### Pre Algebra Help

MathTowne offers one-on-one in person or online Pre-Algebra tutoring in the San Francisco Bay Area. We provide you with a vetted and professional private tutor to make Pre-Algebra become your child’s strong point. Our math tutors can meet in-person in the comfort of your own home, or remotely through a tablet or computer.

### The benefit of private tutoring

If your child finds Pre-Algebra homework and instruction to be overwhelming, you may need to hire a tutor. It’s very common for students to need Pre-Algebra help. Almost all students benefit from working one-on-one with a private tutor. Our expert math tutors look forward to helping your child to feel confident and be successful in their algebra class.

**How our Pre-Algebra tutors create results**

**How our Pre-Algebra tutors create results**

**Study skills & test-taking S**trategies

Our team is dedicated to providing the necessary support for students to succeed in their academic goals. Our expert math tutors have many years of experience helping math students to form productive habits.

These include time management, study skills, and test-taking strategies. These fundamental skills enable students to better overcome the challenges of achieving academic excellence.

### in-home & online tutoring

MathTowne has online tutoring as well as in-home for whatever suits your needs. We guarantee our in-home tutors are professional, safe, and knowledgeable for your peace of mind.

If you choose to do remote lessons, we have some of the best online Pre-Algebra tutors available. Our online Algebra tutors love to teach math and are highly experienced in conducting fun and effective lessons.

## Meet Your **Middle School San Jose Tutor**

**Middle School San Jose Tutor**### Personalized instruction

Our team enjoys tutoring students at all levels of math. We ensure improvement in student performance in all aspects of their academics. We provide an in-depth breakdown of all subjects, tailored to the curriculum of their school.

### Supportive environment

Our tutors provide the level of support that will help students achieve high level expectations. A positive attitude towards math is key to success. We teach with a supportive approach where decision making, risk taking, and self-confidence are highly encouraged.

**Anh has been a great tutor for both of my kids**. They **improved their grades** and** loved going to her center**. Even now **after having to move to online tutoring she has kept them engaged** and **made sure they aren’t falling behind**.

*– Adnan*

**Learn more about our Pre-algebra** program

**Learn more about our Pre-algebra**In **Middle School Pre-Algebra,** students develop their understanding of algebra by learning the skills needed to solve equations. They will get experience using numbers and variables and will become comfortable performing manipulations with equations and inequalities. Students will learn the core abstract concepts that make algebra what it is.

We believe **Algebra is the most important and useful math subject to master** before moving to more difficult high school classes. It is needed for computer science, physics, algebra ii, pre-calculus, and many other colleges and high school math classes.

**Pre-Algebra topics we teach**

- Fractions & Decimals Review
- Converting Fractions and Decimals
- Exponents & Square Roots
- Order of Operations (PEMDAS)
- Evaluating Expressions
- Translating Word Problems to Algebraic Expressions
- Sets of Numbers – Integers
- Absolute Value

**Pre-Algebra topics we teach**

**Pre-Algebra topics we teach**

- Negative Numbers
- Combining Like Terms
- Solving Addition & Subtraction Equations
- Solving Multiplication & Division Equations
- Translating with Equations
- Solving Equations
- Scientific Notation
- Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

**Pre-Algebra topics we teach**

**Pre-Algebra topics we teach**

- Advanced Fractions and Percents
- Rates, Ratios, Proportions, and Statistics
- Graphing Inequalities
- Geometric Fundamentals
- Triangles and Quadrilaterals
- Solids and the 3rd Dimension
- Linear Equations and Polynomials
- Mean, Median, and Mode

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**Frequently Asked Questions**

**Frequently Asked Questions**

Is pre-algebra hard?

For students who need to take the course, Pre-Algebra can be quite difficult. Many students struggle to find out how to understand Pre-Algebra concepts. Reviewing arithmetic with integers could help students. Extra Pre-Algebra practice problems and instructional Pre-Algebra examples will help students build confidence in concept materials.

Is pre-algebra for 8th graders?

Generally speaking, Pre-Algebra is a course in middle school. In the US, this course is usually taught as 8th-grade Algebra. However, it isn’t uncommon for it to be taught as a 7th-grade math course.

It is uncommon for it to be taught to younger students. Although, some concepts may be introduced in 6th-grade math courses as well.

What are the learning levels of math, starting from Pre-Algebra?

Typically, the course order for math goes Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry, and Calculus. There are some alterations depending on the school. Geometry and Algebra 2 sometimes are in reversed order.

Pre-Calc and Trig are often taught in the same class rather than as separate courses. Depending on the student’s performance in middle school math courses, some of these classes may even be skipped. Students may also take an alternative Honors or AP equivalent.

What is the difference between Pre Algebra and Algebra 1?

Pre-algebra introduces students to slope, equations of lines, basic equations, graphs, complex exponents, and properties of exponents. In more broad terms, Pre-Algebra students work with numbers rather than variables. In Algebra 1, students explore quadratics, polynomials, functions, statistics, and exponential functions. Again, in broad terms, students deal more with literal equations in Algebra 1.