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Meeraj P. ...Results are often noticeable immediately upon completion of the content coverage. Through years of tutoring math for the ACT as well as for courses such as trigonometry, precalculus, and algebra 2, I have not only become intimately familiar with all the content and problem types that appear on t...
31 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, English
$100.00/hr
Edison, NJ
Carl B. Physics has been the main focus of my career, and enjoy nothing more than helping students learn and understand more about this wonderful subject. I have been teaching and tutoring Physics (from Introductory through Calculus based AP Physics), Math, and Physical Science to students since 1994. I have also tutored adults in Math, Physics, and Engineering as a graduate student for over 30 years.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, physics, precalculus, prealgebra
$65.00/hr
Pennington, NJ
Kevin C. ...I have been a Wyzant tutor since December of 2015. While I love being in the classroom and having 20 or so students at a time, I have found that the opportunity to work with students one on one is a very rewarding experience. Tutoring is a great opportunity for the tutor and student because the student's needs can be better addressed since the student is the sole focus of tutoring sessions.
10 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, statistics, calculus
$65.00/hr
West Chester, PA
Lily Z. ...I enjoyed seeing my students learn and grow, and felt especially happy when they grasped difficult concepts. Developing friendships with my students was also important, so I always wanted to make sure that not only were they learning, they were also enjoying the process of learning! Expanding o...
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, writing, biology
$50.00/hr
Princeton, NJ
Dominic B. ...I have tutored before and I believe that an investigative method of understanding is best. To discover new ideas and why theorems are what they are is a much better way of teaching than simple memorization where students are less likely to remember. When you are given a problem that doesn't hav...
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$25.00/hr
Williamstown, NJ

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