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Dan B. ...My preparation techniques will enable the student to ace the class, and even feel confident enough to help their classmates. I have been an tax preparer at a well-known tax preparation company for 20 years and have received my Enrolled Agent (EA) certificate from the IRS (an EA can represent cli...
3 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry, tax preparation
$50.00/hr
Clifton, NJ
Emy C. ...I have been teaching for 11 years at the high school level. During these years, I have been able to teach various courses such as biology (english/spanish), physical science (english/spanish), and Anatomy & Physiology (regular/honors). As a science teacher, I have also had the opportunity to enh...
6 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, physiology, physical science
$60.00/hr
Bloomfield, NJ
Juan F. ...My areas of expertise are primarily math and science, having studied both extensively as an astrophysics major at Princeton University. I am also skilled in many other subjects, including my native language, Spanish. Over the past year, I have worked with students in various areas, ranging from algebra, calculus, chemistry, and physics to English and US History.
38 Subjects: including ACT Science, English, GRE, SAT math
$70.00/hr
Jersey City, NJ
Rachael J. ...I am a Graduate Student of The City College of New York conducting my thesis research at the American Museum of Natural History. I have lots of experience working with students, both as a substitute teacher and one-on-one tutoring settings. I have a passion for learning, and get excited about any type of school work, especially math and science-related topics.
35 Subjects: including zoology, ecology, physics, physical science
$60.00/hr
New York, NY
Andrew W. ...I have taken two courses in discrete mathematics. The first, at Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Sciences, was problem solving-based, covering a variety of topics in combinatorics, graph theory, and number theory. The second, Mathematics 152 at Harvard, was a rigorous proof-based course that linked topics in discrete mathematics to group theory and Euclidean geometry.
37 Subjects: including organic chemistry, microbiology, philosophy, physical science
$250.00/hr
New York, NY

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