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Edward B. ...I break down the exam into efficient and effective test taking strategies so that each student has the best chance of passing chance of success on exam day. Over the past 3 years, I have been successfully tutoring students in the early Society of Actuary examinations through to MLC. I am close to reaching Associate status with the SOA.
56 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
New York, NY
John M. ...I am a former member of the Harvard Ballroom Dance Team, competing in waltz, tango, foxtrot, quickstep, swing, rumba, jive, cha. During and after this time, I gave group and private workshops in swing, salsa, blues, and general ballroom dancing. I played in city and state tournaments with my high school chess team.
50 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, reading, physics
New York, NY
David G. ...Available to tutor students from elementary school through college level math. I am an expert in easing "math anxiety" and explaining concepts. I am also a native speaker of Spanish and have tutored Spanish to many students.I have for many years assisted people in learning English.
43 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, reading, English
Bronx, NY
Jhevon S. ...I know the time saving tricks, and the energy saving must-know concepts to make mastering calculus simple. Since taking the course around spring 2007, I have tutored Differential Equations in the CCNY Math/Physics tutoring center, and I am teaching a differential equations course at City College...
29 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, geometry
New York, NY
Bharathi S. ...As an avid reader and International Baccalaureate Program graduate, I have developed an extensive vocabulary. I have also prepared for the SAT and GRE, so I have tips and tricks to help expand a students vocabulary. I try to focus on word origins and usage of the word in context to make new vocabulary more relatable to existing vocabulary.
18 Subjects: including statistics, reading, algebra 1, algebra 2
Jersey City, NJ

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