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Richard N. ...I have worked with students as young as 5th grade and have also helped adults in college. I have expertise in ACT math test preparation, Algebra (1 & 2), Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Computer Science, Statistics, and Calculus. Having a background as a music major and professional musician, I also occasionally tutor students in Music Theory.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Evanston, IL
Bijan A. ...But through out the years I learned how to get good at it and make great grades. I would like the opportunity to work with you and teach you what I have learned to help you not only make great grades but to enjoy math. Looking forward for the opportunity to show you that Math can be fun to learn!
6 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, trigonometry, algebra 1
Chicago, IL
Leanne M. ...I like to show students multiple ways of doing a problem and allow them to make the decisions on which method they like best. I myself have been tutored for a college course so I know it can be scary and hard during private sessions. Therefore, I try my best to make the students feel comfortable with me so they can ask questions when needed.
15 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, elementary math, ACT Math
Arlington Heights, IL
Will B. ...I have carried my tutoring experiences forward past graduation as a private tutor for students in Chicago and Evanston these past few months. My greatest areas of expertise are in the sciences: namely psychology, chemistry, and biology. I have tutored these subjects at both the high school and college levels.
25 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, chemistry
Chicago, IL
Rachel D. ...The swimmers also learned the front flip turn, back flip turn, shallow angle dive, and feet-first surface dive. They also tread water for 5 minutes. In Level 6, the swimmers were required to swim continuously for 500 yards, choosing three strokes of their choice.
18 Subjects: including algebra 1, biology, vocabulary, grammar
Chicago, IL

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