Algebra 2• Series
Preparing for Algebra 2 (Common Core)
This series ended on November 12, 2023. All 1:1 and group chats related to this series are disabled 7 days after the last session.
Are you taking Algebra 2 and are not sure where to start to prepare for the class? If this sounds familiar, then this series is perfect for you! Each week, we will be looking at some big ideas in Algebra 2, so that you are not completely clueless as you walk in the classroom. This series will be covered during the school year so that you can bring your questions as we cover all the content. Prerequisites: Having already taken Algebra 1 is HIGHLY recommended before signing up for this course. I will be using the NY Algebra 2 curriculum to guide us through the must-knows (which can be further emphasized throughout your school year in Algebra 2), and we will go through practice problems together. To explain more conceptual topics, I will also have a whiteboard prepared, so if it helps to grasp ideas, I recommend you to have a *paper and pen/pencil* ready before each session. The following two links will be my main point of reference for most, if not entirely, of this crash course: https://www.jmap.org/JMAPArchives/CurrentVersion/JMAPAII_REGENTS_BOOK_BY_PI_TOPIC.pdf https://www.nysmathregentsprep.com/uploads/6/2/3/2/62326735/v2_-_algebra_ii_[common_core]_regents_review_sheet_-_facts_you_must_know_cold.pdf Finally, if anytime during the course you feel that you do not understand a specific topic, please reach out to me privately and you can even request a catchup session! More sessions will be made along the way.
✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY
You are free to attend whichever sessions you desire, namely on the ones you need more clarity on. However, if you plan not to consistently attend sessions, please let me know.
September 3 - November 12
20 / 20
About the Tutor
I'm a high school student from New York looking forward to helping others and learning new things. I love learning more about the world around me by the second; as an aspiring anesthesiologist, the fields of maths and sciences around us appeal to me most due to their applicability in the real world, allowing us to progress all around. You can often catch me playing chess (1000 ELO at the moment), watching YouTube (subscriptions include but are not limited to: Dhar Mann, MrBeast, Khan Academy, GMHikaru, The Organic Chemistry Tutor, and many more), and having fun with my family!