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Eugene K. ...Most importantly, I am personable and easy to talk to; Lessons are thorough but generally informal. I also make myself available by phone and e-mail outside of lessons--My goal is for you to succeed on your tests. My expertise is in basic and advanced math: algebra 1/2, trigonometry, geometry, precalculus/analysis, calculus (AB/BC), and statistics.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, physics, calculus, geometry
$200.00/hr
New York, NY
Megan S. ...I believe that taking the time to read various philosophers' ideas helps develop skills such as critical thinking as well as learn how to develop an argument. Additionally, the intense analysis that is required when reading a philosophic text is both engaging and challenging. To me, philosophy is a great door to many of life's most important questions: How does the world work?
18 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, writing, English
$85.00/hr
New York, NY
Hae Jung K. ...I also performed as the solo pianist during concerts and accompanied ensembles, orchestras, and soloists. I have participated in many competitions and have received recognition and awards so I can help students with auditions as well as competition preparation. I am also an affiliate of Tri-M National Music Honor Society.
48 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, reading, calculus
$60.00/hr
Whitestone, NY
Audrey B. ...I have experience working with 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade, as well as college students who could just use some work on their writing. I am LGBT friendly and I offer my services with love. :) Thank you! Look forward to hearing from you!I have taught Mathem...
38 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, English, writing
$60.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Gianni G. ...Finally, I have an explicit conception of what it is to study and the role of the teacher in facilitating learning. The point of studying is not to acquire knowledge, but rather to develop skills. While I take this to be true generally, it is doubly true for standardized exams, which (with few exceptions) test ability to perform certain skills, not memorized knowledge.
33 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, English, GRE
$80.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY

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