Tutoring Center Resource Page
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Contact Information:
Location: Osterlin room 134
Phone: (231) 9951138
Email: tutoring@nmc.edu
Website: https://www.nmc.edu/studentservices/tutoringsupport/tutoringcenter
Our mission is to help students achieve their independent learning goal(s).
Our goals in Tutoring are:
 to learn how you learn
 to tutor to your strengths
 to tackle your weaknesses
 to overcome your obstacles
 to help you succeed in understanding
 to learn how you learn

Tutoring available this semester:
 Math and Science Center (Tanis, Rm 53): Dropin hours for any NMC math or science course will be: Mondays  Thursdays 10 am  5 pm. Hours will start Tuesday, August 29th. The Center will be closed on Tuesday, October 10th and Wednesday, November 22ndFriday November 24th. The center will close for the semester at 5 pm on Wednesday, December 13th.
 Zoom Drop in hours for Math and Science: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6 pm 8 pm. Join Zoom Meeting: The last day for drop in zoom for the semester will be Thursday December 7th. The Zoom link to join: https://nmc.zoom.us/j/97686028138
 Oneonone appointments (any class): Contact the tutoring office at (231) 9951138 or email at tutoring@nmc.edu for more information/scheduling. Fill out the tutoring application(google doc) here. The last day to request one on one tutoring for Fall semester is Friday, December 1st..
 NetTutor Online Tutoring: Tutoring is available 24/7 in most subject areas. Click on the NetTutor link below to access and check out the tutoring schedule by subject.
For additional help, check out the many other resources below or contact our office at (231) 9951138 or email at tutoring@nmc.edu. 
WHERE IS THE MATH AND SCIENCE CENTER?WHEN IS THE CENTER OPEN?
The center is located in the basement of the Tanis Building, Rm. 53
HOW DOES IT WORK?Math and Science Center Hours : Mondays  Thursdays 10 am  5 pm.
WHICH CLASSES ARE COVERED?The center is a dropin tutoring resource for NMC math and science courses. Tutors are available to help students with their questions.
Tutors are equipped to help students with most NMC math and science courses.

NMC is using NetTutor to provide online tutoring to students 24/7. Tutoring is available for many NMC courses(see subject list below). Click on the "NetTutor" link below to request a tutor.
Please note: Writing and reading assistance is not available through NetTutor. For writing or reading assistance, please contact the Writing and Reading Center at 9951189 or visit the Writing and Reading Center website.

Click the NetTutor link above to access online tutoring.




Here are videos of all the subject matter presented in MTH 111 "Intermediate Algebra"
Click on the Topic to view the videos that are within that topic.

Order of Operations, Mult. and Div. Fractions, Add. and Sub. Fractions, Dimensional Analysis

Solving Linear Eq., Solving Literal Eq., Introduction to Word Problems, Various Linear Word Problems

Intro. to The Cartesian Coordinate System, Intro. to Lines, PointSlope and SlopeIntercept Form of Equations of Lines, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Intro. to Systems of Equations, Substitution Method, Addition/Elimination Method, Systems Word Problems, 3 by 3 Systems

Sets (Union and Intersection), Interval Notation, Solving Inequalities, Solving Absolute Equations and Inequalities

Operations with Polynomials, Introduction to the Rules of Exponents, More on Exponents

Factoring out a GCF (Common Monomial), Factoring by Grouping, Factoring Quadratics, Factoring Special Forms

Solving Quadratic Equations, Solving Word Problems that are Quadratic

Intro. to Rational Expressions, Mult. and Div. Rational Expressions, Add. and Sub. Rational Expressions, Working with Complex Rational Expressions, Solving Rational Equations, Word Problems that result in Rational Equations

Intro. to Radicals, Simplifying Radicals, Radical and Rational Exponent Connection, Rationalizing the Denominator, Solving Radical Equations

Intro. to Complex Numbers, Extracting the Root/Completing the Square, Quadratic Formula

Introduction to Functions, Graphing Quadratic Functions


(See General Resources for All Courses below for even more math assistance.)

(See General Resources for All Courses below for even more science assistance.)

DVDs from the Chem Guy are available at the Tutoring Center In Osterlin, Rm. 210.


Texas Instrument has some free tutorials on how to use your calculator.