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Jamie B. ...Once broken down, my students understand that improving your score is a very achievable goal. As soon as a student understands that tangible results are possible, I find that they become not only willing but enthusiastic about the work required to get the score they want. A short conversation is the best way to learn about me, about my process, and see if it fits your needs.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
$90.00/hr
Wayne, NJ
John M. ...Study skills are foundational to success in every academic discipline. I teach students to develop their capacity for constructive self-criticism, their discipline, and their enthusiasm for intellectual challenge--and of course provide specific tactics to suit individual learning styles. I consider my tutorials in any field to be discrete episodes of an ongoing mentorship in study skills.
62 Subjects: including logic, algebra 1, algebra 2, linear algebra
$240.00/hr
New York, NY
Ronak S. I am currently a fourth year medical student at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. I have taught a college level Biology course during my undergraduate years. Moreover, I have taught high school students about current health related topics during medical school.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, SAT math, biology
$50.00/hr
Parsippany, NJ
Kate G. I graduated from college in 2011 with a BA in elementary and special education. I am in my third year of teaching, and am currently a special education teacher for 5th and 6th graders in a local middle school. I have experience teaching 5th and 6th grade language arts, 5th grade math, Algebra I, Geometry, and 11th grade English.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, geometry, reading
$55.00/hr
Mountain Lakes, NJ
Jonathan H. ...The writing involves understanding the subject that the student must address; formulating a point of view; identifying the main ideas supporting that point of view; supplying the supporting evidence; and capping the essay is with a concluding sentence—all in less than a half-hour. If you practice it and hone your skills, you can have fun with it. The more one reads, the more one writes.
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, GED, dyslexia, French
$50.00/hr
Warren, NJ

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