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Merrylle D. ...My first degree was in Economics - which is applied mathematics and Spanish. Upon my entry into this country, the associate of someone from the Job Corps who had worked in my country interviewed me and offered me a job. T taught the GED program for three years - very successfully and was actually sad to leave- my decision was based on the offer of much better and necessary benefits.
4 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, SAT math
$60.00/hr
Lanham, MD
Jabari C. ...Many of my peers would even say that I'm a natural teacher. There were times in college (both graduate and undergraduate) that I would freely help my peers come up to speed in subjects that they were struggling with. I recall this one instance in undergrad where I taught some of my friends about the Civil War in preparation for an exam.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, logic
$45.00/hr
Greenbelt, MD
Zack R. ...I graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a mathematics degree in 2009 and recently moved to Washington, D.C. with my wife of four years. Until recently, I was in the Marine Corps as a logistics officer and now am working towards becoming a math teacher. I love tutoring people becau...
20 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, algebra 1, reading
$60.00/hr
Washington, DC
Amy L. ...I have helped children as young as 6 with both reading comprehension and mathematical concepts. Young learners are more eager to learn new concepts but often have not learned logic or working with multiple steps to answer problems. I like to help this age group prepare for what they will study in high school.
33 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, English
$60.00/hr
Rockville, MD
Sapana V. ...I can teach students "good words" they can incorporate into their writing and speaking. Use of these words will allow them to both convey more accurate meanings and sound smart without also sounding pretentious or like they are "trying too hard." To test and train their vocabulary skills I would pull words from sophisticated mass media (ex. The New York Times), classic literature (ex.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, writing, English
$55.00/hr
Washington, DC

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