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Eve P. ...Named "Most Promising Writer" in California competition among college-bound high school students. I have tutored all levels of reading, writing and math in kindergarten through 6th grade for the past 6 years and am a Connecticut certified teacher. I have worked with great success in public schools, particularly in reading and math.
33 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, writing
Westport, CT
Jessica S. ...Prior to becoming a full-time tutor, I was a Vice President in Risk Management at both Citibank and JPMorgan Chase, and a business consultant at Sears. In addition to my private tutoring, I currently teach math at the Mercy Learning Center. I have always believed that tutoring should be accessi...
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, ESL/ESOL, algebra 1
Wilton, CT
Melissa F. ...In addition to teaching high school calculus, I have tutored students for the AP Calculus exam and the students each received a 5. With hard work and extra help, many students have the ability to not only pass the AP exam but can do extremely well - even get a high qualifying score of a 5! I currently teach high school geometry and am introducing the new Common Core curriculum in my school.
9 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Stamford, CT
Tonia M. ...I had one student that had previously failed a Regents exam and with my help, he passed his next retest. I have a strong, proven track record of successful preparation of Regents. More about my Regents expertise: I continuously tutor my students through the school year and I have successfully prepared more than ten students for Regents.
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, physics, English
New York, NY
John Y. ...Just like in the Writing section, the list of rules you need to know in the Math section is both finite and manageable. Mostly it boils down to the formulas you learned (in theory) back in algebra and geometry. Here's the snag- you probably won't have enough time to solve all the problems in the same way that you would in your algebra and geometry classes.
13 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
New York, NY

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