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Jason M. ...Recently, the Princeton Review hired me to co-write and co-edit their AP European History, AP World History, and AP Human Geography books. During the autumn, I also help anywhere from twenty to thirty high school students with college application essays. My personal philosophy on tutors: We must tread the fine line between friend and authority.
31 Subjects: including Prealgebra, ACT Math, ACT English, Algebra 1
$70.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Stephen P. ...Ed., 18 hrs in Library-media), 12 hrs. linguistics at UTA (Arlington, Tx) and has worked in CPS Elementary Schools for about 14 yeas (K-8th grades) as a Computer Lab (Reading/Math) Library and Art teacher. While I received an Elem. K-9 IL Teaching Certificate (Art endorsement), tutoring grades K-5 is really my comfort range.
6 Subjects: including Elementary Math, Elementary (K-6th), Reading, Writing
$20.00/hr
Alsip, IL
Owen Y. ...As far as practical experience, I currently work as a software developer at a financial company responsible for improving and developing automated trading systems. I have interned at two other companies and have worked on a variety of projects ranging from web backend to mobile development. In ...
52 Subjects: including Prealgebra, Elementary Math, ACT Math, GRE
$80.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Vimal R. ...If you don't know Russian and I start talking to you in Russian, you're not going to have any idea what I'm saying. The same goes for Math: If you don't learn the language of Mathematics, you'll never understand anything your teachers say. I know the language of Math, and I can teach it to you just like I have done for several students before.
26 Subjects: including Trigonometry, Econometrics, Linear Algebra, Finite Math
$60.00/hr
Woodridge, IL
Debra A. ...Productive vocabulary refers to words used in context, where the individuals are able to match the intended meaning. The types of vocabulary needed for success are, reading vocabulary, listening vocabulary, speaking, and writing. Grammar is the foundation and ability to express ourselves.
10 Subjects: including Elementary (K-6th), Elementary Math, Reading, Writing
$50.00/hr
Glenview, IL

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