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Madiya A. ...My goal is to be supportive and work with my students to provide them with the best chance to succeed! Please contact me with any questions you may have. I am looking forward to working with my students to help reach their GPA and test score goals!I graduated with a BS in Molecular and Cellular...
34 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, chemistry
Lisle, IL
Stacy W. ...I currently work at my university as a data analyst, a job I applied for simply because I love working with data. I am passionate about these subjects and I love to share this passion through tutoring. I have a passion for learning, especially for topics involving the study of human behavior.
11 Subjects: including statistics, GRE, GED, grammar
Schaumburg, IL
Pat B. ...I'm looking forward to helping you develop a love for (or understanding of) statistics/economics!While working in the private sector, I used excel on a daily basis. I wrote VBA macros to process daily files. Much of my job involved computing financial information using excel.
12 Subjects: including statistics, GRE, algebra 1, algebra 2
Chicago, IL
Jason S. ...I have been a math teacher from 6th grade to Algebra II (currently teaching Junior High Math) and a member of NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics). I focus on understanding the concept rather than procedure memorization. My tremendous amount of experience helps assess and clarify math difficulties quickly. I look forward to discussing with you how I can help.
12 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Des Plaines, IL
Larry M. ...I believe in making math fun through the use of computational tricks and short cuts that are often no longer taught in schools. I recognize that some students are handicapped when their learning style does not match the style of their teacher; so I adapt. I believe that understanding the "why" and "when" is perhaps more important than the "how".
52 Subjects: including statistics, reading, physics, chemistry
Lombard, IL

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