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George D. ...I tutor both financial and managerial accounting. I have taught a course in finance as an adjunct professor at Nichols College, and I have tutored students in this subject for over 20 years. I am able to explain difficult concepts in finance in simple terms that students easily understand.
14 Subjects: including accounting, statistics, GRE, algebra 1
North Grafton, MA
Marion L. ...It's not always a matter of struggling to read every word in a textbook that gets you the knowledge you need, or the "A" grade. Just like real life, it's often a matter of knowing what is required of you, and addressing those areas first and foremost. Too often, students "spin their wheels" on areas from which they will not maximally benefit.
29 Subjects: including accounting, English, reading, writing
Quincy, MA
Allen H. ...Accounting is much different than the majority of academic disciplines, especially those in a typical liberal arts curriculum. The accounting course is a cumulative study subject, where each new topic builds on previously learned concepts and principles. For students experiencing difficulty with accounting coursework, the first step is to pin-point the items of confusion.
10 Subjects: including accounting, English, business, writing
Winchester, MA
Karen S. ...I have six years of experience tutoring and teaching elementary grades K-6 and 7-12. I have worked with each type of math introduced to students from year to year and made sure to remain up to date with the curriculum. I use several different approaches to help students learn and retain math concepts, since math has to be learned and cannot be memorized.
47 Subjects: including accounting, English, reading, writing
Pelham, NH
Rajeev P. ...I will work with him/her and come up with a plan to achieve his/her goal. While understanding the concepts is important, I believe the best way to learn is through examples. It is also important to practice problems and understand one's mistakes.
9 Subjects: including accounting, algebra 1, finance, algebra 2
Shrewsbury, MA

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