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Jon S. ...Please send me an email and I will get back to you quickly; my current response time is less than one hour. I look forward to hearing from you.I have three degrees from three institutions and ten years of higher education in psychology; B.A., M.S., and Ph.D. I have been teaching psychology courses in higher education since 2009.
16 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, writing, GRE
Rockford, IL
Tricia S. ...I have tutored English in the ESL English as a Second Language department, as well as been an Artist at the Arts Council teaching Spoken Word Poetry, Drama, Jewelry Making and Vocal Music in the school district. I have tutored and mentored a variety of students. Additionally, I have experience working in a university setting.
66 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, physics
Rockford, IL
Bogdan D. ...Whether it is math abilities, general reasoning, or test taking abilities that need improvements, I can help you progress substantially. I work with systems of linear equations and matrices almost every day. My PhD in physics and long experience as a researcher in theoretical physics make me well qualified for teaching linear algebra.
23 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
Naperville, IL
Jonathan M. ...In addition, I achieved straight A's in advanced and AP level math throughout high school. I've tutored Spanish in the Foreign Language Resource for two years, and I am extremely proficient in Spanish, having studied it for 5 years. I achieved 730 on the SAT Spanish Subject Exam, and I received...
9 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, English, French
Wheaton, IL
Robert L. ...Multiplying fractions does not, and dividing by a fraction is just multiplying by the reciprocal. One topic covered in pre-calculus is the polar coordinate system. Using the definition of sine and cosine you can express the rectangular coordinates x and y as rcos(theta) and rsin(theta). Then, using the tangent and Pythagorean theorem, you can write polar coordinates in terms of rectangular.
26 Subjects: including statistics, physics, calculus, geometry
Glencoe, IL

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