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Tina S. ...Understanding math is very similar to learning an instrument or a different language. It is hard in the beginning. But, with practice and by taking the advise of a tutor, you will eventually get it, IF you do not give up.
11 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, algebra 2, algebra 1
Easton, PA
Pauline T. I began tutoring in high school, continued through college and am now getting back to it after teaching Catechism in my church since 2001 for the following grade levels: Kindergarten, 4th, 6th, 7th and most recently, 1st. The subjects where I can provide the most help would be the elementary school...
37 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, English, precalculus
Glen Gardner, NJ
Shawn T. ...Thanks for considering me to be your tutor. I teach AP Physics at a local high school. Some teachers can make math and physics pretty confusing and I really enjoy clearing things up.
7 Subjects: including SAT math, physics, geometry, algebra 1
Flemington, NJ
Amanda A. ...In my recently completed MBA program, I gave approximately 4 presentations per semester, including presentations for heavily critiqued case competitions. In my job, I prepare PowerPoint slides to summarize my work to be presented to the CEO and CFO on a regular basis. I have an undergraduate de...
12 Subjects: including SAT math, algebra 1, GRE, ACT Math
Bethlehem, PA
Timothy S. ...We will also read a novel together, during which I will show him or her the finer points of not just reading, but reading with intent and purpose to get the most out of it. As someone who has written professionally for more than 25 years and taught it for more than six years, I can help writers ...
18 Subjects: including SAT math, English, ESL/ESOL, reading
Easton, PA

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