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Jessica S. I am passionate about teaching math to students of all levels and ages. Although I am new to Wyzant, I have been tutoring privately for seven years. My goal has always been to “demystify” math so that all my students, regardless of ability, can learn to love (yes, LOVE) math.
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, ESL/ESOL, algebra 1
Wilton, CT
Melissa F. ...I also teach higher level mathematics so I have a good sense of what students will need to know from Algebra 2 to be successful in later mathematics classes. I have taught high school AP Calculus AB for the last 5 years. In addition to teaching high school calculus, I have tutored students for the AP Calculus exam and the students each received a 5.
9 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Stamford, CT
Craig W. ...I am an advanced user in MS Excel and QuickBooks. In Excel, I use pivot tables, advanced functions and formulas, charts and graphs, and vlookup. My expert proficiency has enabled me to analyze data quickly and deliver business intelligence in support of operational and strategic decision making.
8 Subjects: including prealgebra, accounting, algebra 1, SAT math
New York, NY
Tonia M. ...Having successfully admitted to three of the most selective schools (Princeton, Columbia, Yale) in the nation, I have a knack for identifying which traits top college find most attractive and presenting in such a way that increase college competitiveness. Over the last decade, I have helped stud...
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, physics, English
New York, NY
John Y. ...A lot of people try to memorize as many new words as they can in the weeks leading up to the test, but this tactic really is a red herring. Even if you're trying to score an 800, the test makers don't expect you to know every word in the dictionary. You can actually miss two questions in Critical Reading and still get a perfect score.
13 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
New York, NY

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