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Online Tutorial Help



As you know the Dolciani Math Learning Center (DMLC) has tutorial and multi-media support for most topics in math, but at the moment, sometimes limited multi-media assistance in upper level courses.  In addition, many times students are unable to come to the Center for tutorial or multi-media assistance and wish there was a way to get a review of a certain topic (especially after 9PM when the Center is closed or on Sundays.)  We are providing links to several different sources that students have found helpful.  We strongly believe that this should not replace coming to the Center but can be used as an additional resource.


MIT/Harvard Open Courseware
This site has access to most courses in the math major.  It includes lecture notes (from another college), multi-media lessons and practice problems.  Click on the particular course for support.


Khan Academy
This site not only has tutorials for math but also for chemistry, biology economics, history, etc.  Since the number of lessons (over 1 million) is so cumbersome we have listed a more condensed version.


Math TV
This site contains tutorials on topics in Algebra, Pre-calculus and trigonometry.  It can be used to accompany the McKeague textbook series but the text is not necessary to do the tutorials.



DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that authors of each website may group topics differently than at Hunter. Please keep this in mind as you look at the links for each and adjust your studies accordingly.


Click here for a list of resources and links