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Ernesto A. I am Ernesto, a graduate student with degrees from MIT and the University of Texas at Austin. I love tutoring because every student is unique and therefore has a unique set of skills and challenges. Showing them that they have the power to achieve their potential is incredibly rewarding.
32 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Science, ACT Math, Spanish
$45.00/hr
Dallas, TX
Chris M. ...I can help provide all three. In high school, I worked my butt off preparing for standardized tests, and I was rewarded with good scores. I scored a 35 on the ACT, a 760 on SAT Reading, a 780 on SAT Writing, and a 5 on the AP Literature and AP Language exams.
19 Subjects: including ACT Math, ACT English, ACT Reading, English
$40.00/hr
Irving, TX
Vincent N. ...Good luck with your study, and I will look forward to working with you! Sincerely, Vincent P.S. Need help in college application or budgeting?
24 Subjects: including ACT Math, ACT Science, chemistry, English
$40.00/hr
Plano, TX
Sara S. ...I successfully completed this course at Rice University and then at UT Houston Medical School. Additionally, I was a teaching assistant for this course in both college and medical school. I still have all my texts, course material, and tutoring material to help aid future students.
39 Subjects: including ACT Science, ACT Math, biology, chemistry
$45.00/hr
Dallas, TX
Katie C. ...I am a certified teacher in grades 4-12. I teach middle school Language Arts and Reading (also have taught 9th and 11th graders), and have extensive experience with improving standardized test scores, as well as testing strategies. I am a certified teacher in grades 4-12.
11 Subjects: including ACT English, writing, ACT Reading, reading
$45.00/hr
Dallas, TX

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