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Jennifer B. ...I know first hand both as a student and professor that often learning in large classrooms is difficult. Many of my students benefit from extra one-on-one time where examples and discussion of the material can be tailored to their personal learning style. I like having the opportunity to work with students to bring clarity to subjects that they may be having trouble in.
7 Subjects: including statistics, SPSS, Microsoft Excel, SAS
Bethlehem, PA
Walter L. I started teaching as an instructor at the Naval Nuclear Propulsion School back in the '80s. After leaving the Navy, I became a high school science teacher. I currently hold Pennsylvania teaching certifications in Physics, Earth/Space, and General Science, and Mathematics; I have taught all of these subjects at one time or another.Veteran teacher in math and science.
27 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, physics
Neffs, PA
Stacey F. ...I love to help students and the most rewarding part of my career is seeing how they can improve. Being able to be a part of that process is something that means so much to me. I can assist in a variety of subjects such as art, writing, psychology, math (elementary/middle school), as well as help students prepare for tests such as the PSAT, SAT, GRE, or Praxis.
37 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
Coplay, PA
Simeon S. ...You will need to master both common writing conventions (such as proper use of the comma and semicolon) and more advanced grammatical concepts (subjunctive voice, irregular past participles, etc.) I have all the necessary study materials, including a dozen actual, previously administered SAT tes...
41 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, writing
Quakertown, PA
Alan C. ...I currently work full time as an economist where statistics and econometrics are frequently used. While econometrics and other economic forecasting techniques can be difficult, I find it is best taught by having a firm grounding in statistics and eventually working up to more advanced theories. ...
17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, physics, geometry
Trenton, NJ

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