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Cara Marie M. ...I try to make calculus fun and non-threatening, and try to present the material in a manner that is understandable. I'm also patient - if a student doesn't understand one way that I explain material, I'll find another. We'll work problems together, and go through each concept step-by-step.
32 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, English, geometry
Derwood, MD
Malkia P. ...I also normally give homework and quizzes to regularly assess if the student is understanding what is being taught. I've tutored a number of students over the past couple of years, and I help them get the grades they want. I look forward to meeting you and helping you to achieve your academic goals.I first learned MS Access and MS Excel while working as a project assistant in 2000.
18 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, biology, algebra 1
Alexandria, VA
Lewis W. ...The CLA is arguably the most prestigious language school in France. Over the course of a year, these intensive studies ranged across all aspects of second language acquisition, including grammar, syntax, and phonetics and have led native French speakers to exclaim, "I have lived in the United St...
58 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, English, physics
Washington, DC
Leah C. ...I look forward to working with you.I have 3 1/2 years experience as an Algebra II teacher. While teaching Algebra II, I frequently worked to help with HSA remediation. In addition, I have tutored Algebra I on a number of occasions.
31 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, calculus, English
Columbia, MD
Serena B. ...Perhaps one day you will come to love math and test prep as much as I do. I have had the unique opportunity to design my own undergraduate major, and I have chosen to study the psychology of math education. I have had formal training in how students think about mathematical concepts and where these understandings may fail.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, writing, algebra 1
Washington, DC

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