Math Tutor Hamid

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I help students improve their knowledge of Math fast!

I’m Hamid

Over +2500 hours of tutoring experience

Online and in-person lessons, Online Courses

Tutoring Area: Dallas area – Plano / Frisco / McKinney – Online

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Tutor Profile

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My name is Hamid. I have a Master’s Degree in Management (MBA). I started tutoring when I was in high school, since then, I have taught students all levels from elementary to high school, undergraduate and graduate students at leading universities.

Not only does teaching help students in need, but also keeps me updated with the material. With every student, I get to learn something new too. It makes me happy when I am able to make my students comfortable with the subject that they thought was hard.

When I tutor, I want my students to understand and visualize the concept. I want them to be able to connect the topics to their environment and surrounding so the concept comes to them naturally.
I am a strong proponent of understanding the basics or fundamentals. When you understand the fundamentals, you can solve the problem in any way it is introduced. I will give the best of my efforts to optimize overall student performance.

My students enjoy working with me!

I’m passionate about tutoring and LOVE the “challenging” stuff and enjoy working with students to develop a sincere enthusiasm for math. I have a relaxed and warm personality, and I foster an environment where students feel safe to try, make mistakes, and truly learn.

Also, every student is different and making sure that the students understand the subject thoroughly, is my final goal. I customize problems based on every students’ abilities. Therefore, I focus on each student’s weaknesses in addition to their strengths. My commitment to give you the best and my individualized approach allows the students to learn and get the good grade.

Mathematics is my specialty!

Working with a Math expert who covers a wide range of topics is more convenient for students. I teach all math subjects and the complete math syllabus of any grade level. Here is a list of some of the subjects and skill areas where I can boost any student’s ability:

  • Elementary and AP high school mathematics,
  • College Courses (Math, Algebra, Calculus)
  • Pre-Calculus, Calculus
  • Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Algebra II,
  • Trigonometry,
  • College Prep. Tests:  PSAT, SAT, ACT Math
  • GRE and GMAT Math,
  • Also, I assist in online classes for graduate and undergraduate schools,
  • or any other math topics – Regular or A/P.

Everyone has their own way of learning. I will personalize my lessons based on the students’ strengths and weaknesses. Let’s Ace these classes together!

Please feel free to message me to set up appointments.

Whatever your mathematical needs and whatever your time constraints, I will be able to provide you with the very best private math instruction available in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area. I would love to be a resource for you and your family this school year!

I look forward to helping you write YOUR success story, starting now!

What You Need for Online Lessons:

1- Good Internet Connection

To get the best possible online experience, you need a stable Internet connection. Your connection must be fast enough to have a VOIP conversation over Skype.

2- The Skype Id with a headset microphone

You need the Skype ID. If possible, please use a headset because it gives the best audio quality.

3- PayPal

To buy our services you will need a PayPal account. You pay for your lessons in monthly packages or per session. You can send money to our email via PayPal at

Our Rates:

Lessons are available individually and part of bundles as follows.


– 1 Hour Class: $40.00

– 5 Hour Bundle: $190.00

– 10 Hour Bundle: $330.00

– 20 Hour Bundle: $600.00

– 100 Hour Bundle: $2,500.00


Each session is 2 hours.

  • 1 session per week: $280.00
  • 2 session per week: $530.00
  • 3 session per week: $750.00
  • 4 session per week: $960.00

Sincerely, Hamid

Contact Info


Phone: +1 (214) 400 – 7321



Hamid is a great Math teacher!  He loves teaching and always manages to get the best out of his students.  He truly understands that math learning requires engagement. Able to build trust with his students, Hamid is able to overcome people’s natural fear of embarrassment and failure.  He’s great at making math learning a fun and rewarding experience.
Lara Brown (PARENT)

Mr. Hamid is an excellent teacher. His unique background contributes to his creative style of teaching.
Each lesson is different, exciting and productive. He is a dedicated, patient teacher.
He makes learning Math very exciting. I would highly recommend him for those serious about learning Math.
Jayden Martinez (PARENT)

Hamid is an extremely knowledgeable math instructor and is clearly passionate about teaching and sharing math problems.  His approach is interactive and motivating.  In addition, he is very flexible which makes the learning process even easier.  I look forward to continuing to learn math with Hamid. Thanks!
Natalie Flores (STUDENT)

Hamid is a very hard working, proactive and forward-thinking individual who is always willing to go out of his way to ensure he meets client deadlines to a professional standard.


Mathematics Anxiety (Part 2)

An attitude of learning math helps students to know and develop self-assurance in their skill and performance in math. Students should eliminate some myths about math like high-level math is difficult or men are better than women in math. Gender has an influence on math anxiety. Some findings prove males have higher math anxiety than females until junior high school. Even though females can do arithmetic math better than males, boys tend to show the advantages of math achievements. Journal writing helps students understanding math concepts and allows them to share their feelings and experiences with math (Furner). Researchers recommend that students should practice math daily and study new techniques. Students must study in a place with less stress and learn math in an individual style. If the students need extra help, it is better to use tutors or others rather than their teachers or classmates. Also, some relaxation techniques such as positive messages reduce math anxiety in the students (Blazer).

Fear of math can transfer to the next generation. Parents’ role is important to change attitudes toward math. Family Math Nights mean a family can do mathematics together and is a way to bring families to the classrooms of their children. Parents learn about approaches to learning math and problem-solving. They should seek positive ways to support their children and teachers (Furner). Parents help children to believe they can succeed in doing the math and have the confidence to prevent math anxiety from occurring in the student. Then, the students love math and math will be their favorite subject. Parents could support and encourage their children and improve their confidence to succeed at math. Parents should monitor their children’s progress in math and have a realistic expectation of their children (Blazer).

Policymakers and designers of the curriculum should help to reduce math anxiety and increase the number of STEM teachers and students. In 2012, U.S. students ranked 20th and 27th in science and math in the world among their peers. President Obama set a plan for 100,000 new STEMs in 10 years (100K in 10) in 2011 to improve teaching math, develop and recruit teachers. The teachers would receive training in math anxiety to help students and the next generation would have a positive attitude in math (Beilock).

The findings prove math anxiety is related to different factors. There are some differences between math anxiety and general anxiety. Intelligence is not related to math anxiety. Math anxiety has a negative relationship with performance and competence, and it is not universal. Also, the reason for lower performance in math is that people are in the higher level of math anxiety. Attitude has a major role that causes people to avoid math. Recognizing math anxiety effects how quickly people can do the math, especially when basic math involved borrowing or carrying. Also, the cognition is dependent on working memory and motivation. A combination of various factors such as learning experience, biological talent, and attention toward math also, have influence in math anxiety (Ashcraft).

Different levels of math anxiety effect on students’ motivation and achievement in matriculation. Engineering students try to expand their acquaintance and learning in the math area, but they have negative attitudes toward math in the higher grades. Students with high motivation desire to do problem-solving, and they have low levels of math anxiety. (Zakaria).

In mathematics education, math anxiety plays an important role in learning math that cannot be ignored. The functions of teachers, parents, and students are helping to reduce math anxiety. They should find a way to have better math skills. Researchers emphasize to the general public that success in math is not related to math knowledge and concepts but also, people need to right mindset (Beilock). Including the development of teaching techniques, the description of math concepts in real life, and raise the student’s confidence to enjoy math.

Mathematics Anxiety (Part 1)

Professor Albert Einstein:

“…Do not worry about your difficulties in Mathematics. I can assure you mine are still greater”.

Mathematics is one of the important parts of life. If people know more math, they can exploit a variety of personal and professional situations. Many students have a problem with math and believe math is unimportant and boring. The students think math is difficult and harder than other subjects. In 2005, Gallup conducted a poll that asked students to answer the question, what is the most difficult subject in school? Obviously, mathematics was in the top rank of subjects. The United States has a lack of graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) (Beilock). The U.S. government increased the number of permissions for individuals who work in the technology field. Although many believe that learning mathematics is hard, and students have some difficulties, however, students enjoy math with removing math anxiety. Math anxiety disappears by increasing prior knowledge of students, improving the teaching methods, helping the student to fall in love math, explaining applications of math that connect in real life, increasing confidence in their ability to solve math.

Researchers focus on math anxiety. Math anxiety is: “… a feeling of tension and anxiety that interfere with the manipulation of numbers and the solving of mathematical problems in a wide variety of ordinary life and academic situation” (Ashcraft). Most American people experience different levels of math anxiety at any age. Math anxiety has some physical, psychological, and behavioral symptoms such as increased heart rate, inability to concentrate, disgrace, avoidance of math class and not studying regularly.

Math anxiety is not low ability in math, it means people with poor math skills feel anxiety about math. When people want to do the math, they are afraid, and it causes prevention of using math knowledge. Math anxiety causes poor math performance and achievement. Also, students avoid math, math processing, and math-related careers. Researchers believe some strategies help people prevent or reduce math anxiety and improve students’ ability and achievement.

Math anxiety is a complicated issue. Educators, politicians, parents, and others are looking for some reasons to reduce the weakness of math skills. The causes of math anxiety vary from the influence of teachers and the school system, students’ attitudes, and parents’ backgrounds. Principals or other administrations have the main role in the school. They lead teachers, students, and parents in the same goal. Teaching techniques and poor math instruction are factors related to the teachers. Teachers should use different methods to prevent math anxiety, such as using technology, techniques of estimation, the group working, self-evaluation of one’s learning, and the discussing math feelings. Teachers must emphasize thinking methods rather than drills and practice to memorize the formulas. Also, they should support approaches to problem-solving rather than just result. Math educators need training, development of their math skills and positive attitudes in math. The teachers could link math in a student’s life and explain the application of math everywhere like welfare, business, and the grocery store. This way helps students to realize that math is an important tool. Teachers should encourage students, and never punish them. Also, instructors should tell the students that everyone makes mistakes in math.


STAAR Mathematics

Assessed Curriculum Blueprint Released Test Questions
Grade 3 Mathematics Mathematics
Grade 4 Mathematics Mathematics
Grade 5 Mathematics Mathematics
Grade 6 Mathematics Mathematics
Grade 7 Mathematics Mathematics
Grade 8 Mathematics Mathematics

Reference: Texas Education Agency

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How to Score 800 on SAT Math

Do you have an SAT Math score in your mind? Do you wish to get a full SAT Score? If yes, you must understand what you should do to score in the actual exam. For a Math Scaled Score of 800, you must make a Raw Score of 54. And, there are several SAT Math Strategies to help you score high.

Know Your Powers

To attain a target score, you must be aware of your strengths and weaknesses. Check if you are a pro in time management or content. Every student has his/her flaws and strengths. If you are uncomfortable with certain topics in SAT, you should work hard and improve these areas. Take as many practice tests as possible and check what you have to reach that realistic score.

Know Your Mistakes

When you make mistakes, you should stay positive and alert! Understand every mistake and figure out how to rectify them. On your journey to perfection, these mistakes should be studied and covered. Remember that every mistake will knock your SAT Math score. If you don’t know why you make mistakes, approach a trained SAT tutor. The professionals will help you understand and eliminate mistakes. Always bear in mind that there are no excuses for the mistakes you make.

Know Your Subject

Do you suffer content gaps? Are you worried about missing content? To score high, you should be a master of many topics. When it comes to numbers, you must know topics like probability, algebra, operations, geometry and more. At subject level, you should have plenty of subskills. According to high scorers, you can score between 90 and 100 percent only if you have mastered the topics evenly. Undeniably, you will have different pros and cons across all math subjects. Once you analyze the root cause of your mistakes, you should be enthusiastic about understanding more about that content.

When you are solving practice tests, you should not miss the question. Try to resolve many practice questions. This is considered as a part of passive learning. Also, try solving problems differently. By resolving problems, what you learn will remain with you for a longer time!

Know Your Speed

Finally, you must double check and finish with some buffer time. It is always good to re-check during SAT Math exams. Try to complete the section ahead of time (maybe 15 minutes). This way, you will have more time to double check and spot careless mistakes.

The Best Strategies For Math Tutoring Online

Online math learners have become a quickly growing population worldwide, and with good reason. The technological advances that have allowed for significant changes in the way people both teach and learn have also opened the doors to more effective, flexible and adaptable math tutoring online. The effectiveness of online math tutoring programs, however, largely depends on the strategies adopted by institutions or private tutors.

So what makes for an effective online math class? While the answer to this question can vary from tutor to tutor and can depend on the learner demographic in question, there are five main strategies that most people generally tend to agree on:

  1. Flexible communication channels – Sending out emails is a quick and easy way to get in touch with learners, however, an email can be easy to miss in a busy inbox. While posting messages on a discussion board/forum can be effective, contacting learners using the forms of communication that they are most likely to check, such as through Skype, can be a much more effective method.
  2. Synchronous and asynchronous communication – While asynchronous communication (in the form of emails, for example) can be a great way to arrange lessons and get important information across, synchronous communication (such as video conferences and voice chats through software such as Skype) often allow for more meaningful, in-depth discussions. Scheduling video lectures in which the learners are encouraged to participate can be an effective way of demonstrating complex concepts and gauging how well learners really grasp the topic at hand.
  3. Structured syllabuses and clear weekly schedules – Although online math lessons have the advantage of being more flexible and adaptable to learners’ needs and schedules, it’s important for learners to have clear weekly schedules, objectives, and goals, whether that’s to take part in a Skype discussion and then complete a test, or to work through an online worksheet on a specific topic. This allows for learners to keep track of their progress and achievements.
  4. Dynamic learning environments – The incorporation of various technological tools and software such, as Skype, give learners a wide range of mediums through which to develop an understanding of a topic. Instructors should be aware of the possible technical difficulties in order to help learners in a timely manner; for example, by getting acquainted with the Skype software in order to help learners who may not be familiar with how to conduct a video conference.
  5. Timely feedback – In order to keep the momentum of a lesson/topic going, timely feedback is of the essence. When learners and instructors are in different time zones, the time differences should be determined at the beginning of the lessons and should be kept in mind throughout the tutorship. One of the benefits of online math tutoring is that communication can be instant (through Skype, for example), and that online tests provide immediate feedback that can then be discussed as soon as a test is completed and is still fresh in the learner’s mind, to aid in achieving a better understanding of a topic.

When the right strategies are employed, online math tutoring can offer a plethora of advantages to math learners of all ages; it also has the potential to not only improve the math proficiency of struggling learners but also to encourage the enjoyment of the subject by learners who may have initially been discouraged from pursuing it.

Math and Critical Thinking Challenges

Let’s Challenge Your Smart Student!

A super collection of more than 120 problems challenge your students in all areas of math–from basic arithmetic to algebra –while emphasizing problem-solving and critical thinking. It’s the perfect refresher course on all math subjects we all encounter in our daily lives.

The problems and the critical thinking questions in this book are prepared to challenge even the best students in the nation. This is also a problem-solving textbook for students in grades 5 – 12 who are preparing for advanced Math contests like the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament.

Written for the gifted math students, the new math coach, the teacher in search of problems and materials to challenge exceptional students, or anyone else interested in advanced mathematical problems.

A strong foundation in pre-algebra is necessary before approaching most of the problems in this book. If your students could solve most of the problems in this book, they are definitely as smart as the world’s smartest students.

Help your student discovers the most challenging aspects of MATH!

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