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Eugene E. ...I give both individual and group sessions. I am usually available in the mornings and afternoons, but I'm flexible with students. My sessions are of two types; one for assigned work (homework, tests, etc.) and one centered on problem solving techniques and methods of proof.
14 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, physics, algebra 2
Naperville, IL
Reka J. ...I prepare students for quizzes, tests, homework and ISAT or any standardized tests. I not only excel in science and math but also in tutoring English as a second language. I have taken training in tutoring ESL and am certified to do that.
24 Subjects: including SAT math, chemistry, geometry, biology
Hinsdale, IL
John B. ...I love working with students and enjoy solving problems. I am patient and will work with you to help you succeed. I believe that with hard work, practice, and perseverance all students can be proficient in mathematics.
9 Subjects: including SAT math, geometry, statistics, algebra 2
Yorkville, IL
Gabrielle T. ...Experience teaching Pre-algebra through Pre-calculus. Taught Algebra 2 for 4 years. I have worked as a web designer/developer and have used computers extensively as a professional.
20 Subjects: including SAT math, physics, geometry, algebra 1
North Aurora, IL
Larry M. ...I personally enjoy Mathematics and have a repertoire of short cuts and tricks which I use for a brief change of pace when a student's attention lags. Algebra 2 is where the power of Mathematics begins to become evident. While Algebra 1 typically deals with linear relationships, Algebra 2 introduces the non-linear relationships that can better model the business and physical worlds.
52 Subjects: including SAT math, reading, physics, chemistry
Lombard, IL

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