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Eric T. ...My undergraduate degree is in History, and I double minored in Geography and Politics and Government. I am certified to teach all Social Studies content areas for grades 6-12. I currently teach Government twice a week as part of an Evening High School program.
22 Subjects: including statistics, reading, writing, GED
Chicago, IL
Michael H. ...Once those are mastered Algebra is preposterously, ridiculously easy! Let me make it easy for you! I have helped hundreds of students to succeed with Algebra.
61 Subjects: including statistics, English, writing, reading
East Chicago, IN
Jonathan M. ...I believe that this method, as opposed to just giving answers away to a homework assignment or test, inspires self-confidence in the student towards the subject by helping them to link the progress they've already made to additional progress that they are more than capable of attaining. I've tut...
9 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, English, French
Wheaton, IL
LaVerne A. ...In addition, I helped an eighth grade student increase his standardized tests levels by 3 years in 6 months! If you want better grades or higher test scores as well as understand the material, please contact me to schedule a diagnostic session.Mrs. Alan is an Instructor of mathematics at the College of Lake county.
15 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, precalculus, algebra 1
Deerfield, IL
Akrom H. ...I use quantitative methods using statistical principles in my professional work in predictive analytics and business intelligence. I love Statistics and have taught it to students and professional workers. My lessons range from overall concept development to problem solving in specific areas/chapters.
1 Subject: statistics
Lake Zurich, IL

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