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Jonathan R. ...I've tutored dozens of students to scores of over 30, and many more who have increased their scores 3-8 points. Once recent example is my student Ben, who started with a 24 composite before studying with me. He earned a 29 composite after 7 sessions with me, and I'm continuing to work with him in his attempt to score 30 or higher to make him eligible for college scholarships.
39 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, geometry, chemistry
Parker, CO
Cathrine B. ...I have tutored biology, anatomy and chemistry related concepts for over a year. Physical sciences are fun classes to tutor because the concepts are directly related to the world around us. When I was younger I struggled with math, so I had to start from the beginning in college.
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, reading, English
Denver, CO
Alf K. ...However, I'm also comfortable working with high school students in math classes up until around the Calculus I range. With each student I've worked with, my goal has been the same: to work myself out of a job. It's my goal to get a student through their current and specific difficulties.
9 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, GED
Denver, CO
Mary W. ...I have taught mostly adults, but did tutor at the high school level. I was chosen to help students pass the high school proficiency exam. With needle arts I have over 40 years experience in knitting, sewing, quilting, weaving, beading, cross stitch and embroidery with original design and patter...
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Littleton, CO
Jason Z. ...Mathematics is the study of patterns but furthermore I believe that Mathematics is a language with it's own vocab and rules. Any language can be learned by anyone with enough of the right kind of practice. The difficulty in learning mathematics usually arises from frustration while getting stuck on individual problems as well as forgetting basic math-facts.
13 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, statistics
Denver, CO

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