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Edward P. ...A strong mastery of precalculus will streamline a student's study of calculus. Conversely, having a weak background in precalculus makes the study of calculus more difficult since the student will feel he has an overwhelming amount of things to learn simultaneously. Precalculus involves memorization.
68 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, Spanish, physics
Barrington, IL
Jonathan M. ...I've tutored Spanish in the Foreign Language Resource for two years, and I am extremely proficient in Spanish, having studied it for 5 years. I achieved 730 on the SAT Spanish Subject Exam, and I received the Outstanding Spanish Learner award at the end of my senior year as awarded collectively ...
9 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, English, French
Wheaton, IL
Vikki W. ...I love to help. Math is my specialty - including calculus, geometry, precalculus, and statistics! I have a Bachelor's of Science from California Institute of Technology (CIT), an incredibly challenging university.
20 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Naperville, IL
Ryan D. ...I prefer tutoring math since that is my strong subject and I feel confident I am able to help K-6th students with their mathematics coursework. In Elementary school I was placed in gifted classes which put me at the Algebra 2 level once I arrived in high school. Through college I have taken up ...
22 Subjects: including statistics, English, writing, GRE
Elk Grove Village, IL
P. Ted R. ...I am able to tutor any age individual. Most commonly, I tutor subjects in science and mathematics. I am open to teach from the early afternoon to evening - Mon.-Sat.
22 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Elk Grove Village, IL

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