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Ed M. ...During my career I held a number of technical positions: consulting engineer, technical sales engineer, sales manager, and product manager. I have tutored many students in both Math & Science, and I find it deeply rewarding. As a tutor I pride myself on my ability to marry exceptional technical skills with compassion and an engaging communication style.
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
New York, NY
Sandorogo B. ...I assign challenging homework after every lesson. I hold myself to a high standard. For this reason, I often ask for feedback, and I never bill for a lesson in which the student or parent is not completely satisfied with my tutoring.
41 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, chemistry
East Orange, NJ
Louis F. ...I have and will continue to take an individual approach to every student that I tutor. My main area of focus for tutoring is Math and Sciences for improvement in school as well as standardized tests including the SAT, SAT Subject: Math, SAT Subject: Physics, GED, GRE, and GMAT. I take the time ...
33 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, physics, calculus
New York, NY
Rachim B. ...When I see they've mastered a skill, I make up purposely complicated problems (17.9x-19,034 = -.039-98x), because they prove - to themselves - 'I can do anything thrown at me. I've got it.' I love the subject, I enjoy teaching, and work to make the lessons enjoyable - which I think they should be. I'm considered a wordsmith, with a poem of mine published in a respected collection.
22 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, biology
Cliffside Park, NJ
Cheng H. ...Second, students can be able to solve the problem like this:3/x-1+2/x+2=? To understand this problem, we need to find common denominator and then add up. Sounds fairly simple! 3.Factoring is relatively easy but still needs work. There is a formula to attach this type of problem, if you keep the formula in mind, it won't be too difficult.
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, Chinese
Flushing, NY

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