# Algebra 1 Tutoring Sessions

Looking for a free Algebra 1 tutor? Join schoolhouse.world, a free tutoring platform started by Sal Khan of Khan Academy, where you can find online algebra tutoring alongside students across the world. Hop into a single tutoring session hosted by a volunteer Algebra 1 tutor, or register for a series: a sequence of algebra tutoring sessions with the same Algebra 1 tutor. Sign up today for free, Algebra 1 tutoring and a community that’ll support you every step of the way.

#### Live Algebra 1 Help

Get 1-on-1 help from volunteer tutors certified in Algebra 1, every weekday 4:00 PM-7:00 PM PST.

Rishika B

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Call me Rishika or Rish. I'm a high school junior with a passion to help others!! Some other facts about me: - I currently take AP Calculus AB - I've been in my school's chapter of Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honors Society) since my sophomore year, and I also tutor there - I speak English and basic French - I love K-pop! I'm a huge fan of Seventeen - In my free time, I enjoy dancing, playing the cello, and tutoring :)Siyu P

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I'm a HS Senior who loves math (and anime). I used to dislike math (like perhaps some of you), but now I love it, and I want to show everyone that mathematics isn't something to stress about!Zuzu B

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My name is Zuzu! I am a freshman in California, USA. 🦊 I enjoy tutoring math and computer science, but I also have a fun little game-night going where we just have fun so be sure to check that out. One day I would like to pursue a career in Performing Arts. In my free time, I love to do performing arts and dance. I am excited to teach you!#### Algebra 1 Series

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### Algebra 1 Study Group

- 2nd session

This session is intended for Jaydon M, but anyone else may join! We will be covering Algebra 1 and possibly geometry topics!

Aaron Z

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### Algebra 1 Crash Course

- 4th session

In this crash course, we'll go over different topics in Algebra 1 each week. We will work towards building our understanding and foundational knowledge/skills about Algebra 1 topics. These topics include solving equations and inequalities, functions, exponential functions, quadratics, etc. There will be a session every week starting November 26, once a week on Saturdays. There will be about 16 sessions, maybe more depending on how many catch-up sessions I have to organize. Catch-up sessions will be held for individuals who couldn't attend the original session. These sessions will only be held if requested. Another thing that is included in every session is why the topic is useful. What I prioritize is learners understanding the use of the topic, rather than just learning about something and not understanding the applications of whatever you're learning. Also, I recommend taking notes as the session progresses to make sure you're focused, and so that you have another resource you could use to study. There are no prerequisites in order to attend this series. Lastly, I will post slideshows in the series group chat as a reference for any information you might need relating to that topic.

Aqib Nawaz S

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### Algebra I Basics

- 4th session

We'll go over a basic concept of algebra 1 each week.

Hillary T

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### Algebra 1 Review/Complete Course

- 5th session

We'll go through each topic in Algebra 1. This is a great series to join if you're reviewing for finals, want a head start for the next year, or want to fully understand the stuff you're learning this year. This series is based on the Big Ideas Math Algebra 1 textbook and will cover the Common Core standards. There will be a total of eleven sessions, each an hour and a half long. We'll go through a basic overview of each topic and then do a few practice problems. Any extra time after we get through the content will be Q&A to go over areas people are struggling with. Members are expected to attend frequently and participate through chat or mic! The series starts November 13th and ends in early February

Mariam S

#### Algebra 1 Sessions

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#### Algebra foundations

PEMDAS, quadratics, factoring, distributing, and more! We cover the basics in depth with a multitude of practice questions and interactive slides.

Sahil R

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#### General Algebra I Q&A

Bring any questions you have in algebra 1!

Jacob H

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#### Linear equations & graphs

We will go through whatever you need help with!

Laasya R

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#### Linear equations & graphs

We'll learn about what a linear equation is, how to graph them, do practice problems, and answer all student questions! We'll also go over the concepts of slope, x-intercepts, and y-intercepts! Not much prior knowledge needed!

Shreya S

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#### Algebra foundations

PEMDAS, quadratics, factoring, distributing, and more! We cover the basics in depth with a multitude of practice questions and interactive slides.

Sahil R

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#### What is Schoolhouse.world?

Schoolhouse.world is a **free** online tutoring platform founded by Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy. Our mission is to connect the world through learning—our community of passionate, dedicated volunteer tutors is here to help. We offer free online math tutoring sessions, along with SAT and AP preparation. If you're interested in joining a session, sign up for an account to get started.

Interested in becoming a tutor? The first step is to get certified in a unit, which requires demonstrating your mastery by taking the relevant Khan Academy unit tests. After getting certified, you can apply to become a tutor and join our global volunteer community.

#### How much does an algebra tutor cost?

A local algebra tutor can cost anywhere from $25 to $70 per hour. Online, algebra tutors cost anywhere from $0 to $70 per hour.

At Schoolhouse.world, it’s completely free! You can access small-group algebra tutoring sessions anytime, anywhere, run by certified algebra tutors from around the world. Just sign up for an account to get started.

#### Where can I learn algebra online for free?

There are many ways to learn algebra online–one great place to learn is from the Khan Academy Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 on your own time. Khan Academy is a free, extensive resource for learning. However, if you’re looking for an online algebra tutor, sign up for a Schoolhouse.world series or session—it's completely free!

#### How long does it take to learn Algebra 1?

Algebra 1 is one of the most foundational subjects in all of mathematics, and it builds upon prerequisite skills from pre-algebra. Depending on your comfort with these core skills, learning Algebra 1 might take anywhere from a few months to a year. Schoolhouse.world also offers pre-algebra sessions if you’d like to brush up on the fundamentals.

#### Do you teach college algebra?

Yes! The Schoolhouse.world algebra curriculum is aligned with Khan Academy’s Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 curriculums, which cover the same topics as a typical college algebra course.

#### How does algebra tutoring work on Schoolhouse?

Schoolhouse.world offers an array of virtual, small-group algebra tutoring sessions. Once you create an account , you can sign up for any session you’re interested in for free! When the session is scheduled to start, you’ll receive an email reminder to join the session on Zoom. And once you’re done with a session, you can follow one of our algebra tutors to receive notifications about upcoming sessions!

#### Can I learn algebra on my own?

Once you've grasped the fundamental concepts, the best way to learn algebra is by practicing. Compared to more advanced subjects like pre-calculus, algebra is a bit easier to learn on your own.

But you can learn anything if you put your mind to it! We believe learning with others can always give you a new angle into the subject. At Schoolhouse.world, our tutors are here to help give you support and motivation when you need it.

#### Is getting math tutoring worth it?

Math tutoring can be very much worth the extra time, as the interactive discussions help you to understand the concepts better and retain the learning for longer.

If you’re struggling with a concept, or you’d like to review material you’ve already learned, tutoring sessions are a great way to get live, personal help. Schoolhouse.world offers online algebra tutoring sessions around the clock—we also offer subjects like statistics, geometry, and calculus!

#### Can I be an algebra tutor on Schoolhouse.world?

Anyone can become an algebra tutor at Schoolhouse.world! The first step is to get certified in algebra, which requires demonstrating your mastery by taking the relevant Khan Academy Algebra 1 unit tests. After getting certified, you can apply to become a tutor and join our global volunteer community.