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John C. ...I can teach any scientific concepts or principles they need to know that would be on the MCAT. I have worked with Colleges and high schools in their career development under their HR departments. I have helped people prepare for jobs, interviews and overall careers.
71 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, chemistry, ACT Math
Dumont, NJ
Michael E. ...I am well versed in all levels of high school mathematics. Having been a teacher for the past 15 years I have taught every level of high school mathematics with great success. My students routinely come back and thank me for helping them achieve their academic goals.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Saddle Brook, NJ
Marc P. ...I have a bachelor's degree in physics. I have tutored high school geometry both privately and for the Princeton Review. I have a bachelor's degree in physics.
20 Subjects: including ACT Math, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
New York, NY
Evette A. ...I enjoy watching my students' thinking wheels begin to turn and brain bulb illuminate. They're thinking, learning, questioning; they're creating their own knowledge and understanding of the task at hand. I believe in a project base experience of my subject area.
10 Subjects: including elementary math, public speaking, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access
Westbury, NY
Melissa K. ...I feel that the best way to begin an interaction between student and mentor is to establish expectations for the time spent working together so that the student and parent are fully satisfied with the tutoring. In addition to mentoring several undergraduate and graduate students in the laborator...
29 Subjects: including prealgebra, elementary math, geometry, precalculus
New York, NY

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