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Prince L. ...I am very skilled at one-on-one tutoring, small group tutoring, and online math course help. I tutor the way that I teach--present the material in a way that it can understood, practice with my clients, and give them opportunities to try themselves with me right there to troubleshoot. Whether you're in Chicago or the suburbs, I will put in the work to give you what you need.
11 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, algebra 2, GED
Alsip, IL
Michael W. ...I've recently worked with a few dozen precalculus students, from the basics in high school to the advanced materials sometimes covered in college. The more advanced the math gets, the less real it can my goal with precalc is to keep it as real as possible and be honest about what will ...
17 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, GRE, geometry
Itasca, IL
Anthony K. ...I currently teach social studies to seventh and eight grade students. I also have an endorsement in the subject. I am very confident that every one has the ability to learn and excel with proper guidance.
36 Subjects: including SAT writing, SAT reading, reading, English
Dolton, IL
Matt W. ...Since those examinations test similar concepts as the SAT, that experience is directly relevant. I was also an academic writing tutor during college, and I also draw from that experience to help students succeed. I have 2.5 years of experience providing writing and standardized test instruction.
13 Subjects: including SAT reading, ACT Math, writing, SAT writing
Chicago, IL
Reece M. I have a passion for knowledge! Currently I own around 500 books on various subjects. I love to learn with other people and share my knowledge with students!
21 Subjects: including SAT writing, reading, calculus, English
Chicago, IL

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