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Biana G. ...Through my years of tutoring, I was always been able to eliminate the stigma of being afraid of math; I help make my students comfortable and confident in their ability to do math, and therefore achieve their goals. From my experience, students have the most difficulty understanding calculus con...
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$80.00/hr
Hillsdale, NJ
Keri K. ...Missed Lesson: Next lesson is completely free. If there are any questions or concerns about my policy, please feel free to send me an email!As a graduate student in a biomedical science field, I'm a huge biology dork. I've taken too many graduate biology courses to count.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, chemistry
$85.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Mark T. ...I have taught classes and tutored previously and can accept a limited number of clients in the next year due to training commitments in New York. I live in Western Connecticut and work in New Haven. I am particularly suited for shepherding masters and doctoral students through the changing analyses of their projects and dissertations.
13 Subjects: including SPSS, statistics, Microsoft Excel, computer programming
$60.00/hr
New Haven, CT
Daniel H. ...As a mentor, I can have tough conversations with tutees when necessary, while also providing the inspiration to reach new heights of academic success. In addition to being a tutor, I am an attorney and a certified teacher. Accordingly, I have found great success with a variety of student learning styles and am a "go-to" person for LSAT and law school tutoring.
52 Subjects: including algebra 2, elementary (k-6th), phonics, prealgebra
$185.00/hr
New York, NY
Sharon F. ...Spelling in English can be difficult because we have words called homophones, which sound the same but have different spellings and meanings, such as "beet, beat", and "through, threw". We can learn these spellings more easily when we see the words in a sentence and can figure out what they mean. This technique is called contextual clues.
17 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, prealgebra, elementary math
$65.00/hr
Long Beach, NY

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