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Robert Z. ...I focus not only on the essential reading, quantitative, and writing skills, but also coach you on how to allocate your time during the test, how to analyze the structure of a question to gain insight into the probable answer, and how to improve your odds of guessing correctly. My broad academic...
35 Subjects: including ACT Science, algebra 1, calculus, chemistry
Andover, MA
Christopher T. ...I have provided students the strategies for success in the following areas: High-School Level Courses: College-Prep Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, AP Chemistry* High-School Level Exams: MCAS Exam in Chemistry (Massachusetts Students), SAT II Examination in Chemistry, AP Examination in Chemistry...
3 Subjects: including chemistry, physical science, organic chemistry
Newtonville, MA
Karen S. ...I use The Princeton Review as a resource to focus on helping prepare children and their parents for the exam as it is known to be the best SSAT and ISEE study guide available. I have also worked as a district tutor for five years teaching in grades K-12 with all of their subjects. I love teaching and tutoring grammar, reading, writing, spelling, vocabulary, math, history and science.
47 Subjects: including physical science, autism, marketing, sociology
Pelham, NH
Ashley M. ...The SAT Writing section presents many students with their biggest challenge on test day. Often, this is because (in addition to needing a brush-up on many grammar concepts), test-takers are not sure what the essay portion is expecting of them. I can help your students master the formula for an ...
38 Subjects: including chemistry, GRE, English, biology
Manchester, NH
David H. ...I have been enjoying every minute of it. I consider myself personable and down to earth, and I have always received positive feedback from my students. Physics is often viewed as memorizing a myriad of distinct equations, but understanding where these equations come from, what they mean, and why we use them is ultimately the key to solving different problems.
1 Subject: physics
Cambridge, MA

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