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Evan F. ...My expertise in teaching this topic is to take a complex problem and make it more simple. I taught Geometry in the classroom for four years. I am very familiar with the New York State Regents exam.
13 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, GED, algebra 2
Cambria Heights, NY
Justin H. ...I have written hundreds of programs in C both for school and in the workplace. Learning to program is a great skill if you are looking to enter the computer science field, but it is usually not taught in schools. As a private tutor, I can teach you to program!
40 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, statistics, GRE
Harrison, NJ
Tonia M. ...Every one of my students have passed their Regents, often with honors. I had one student that had previously failed a Regents exam and with my help, he passed his next retest. I have a strong, proven track record of successful preparation of Regents.
38 Subjects: including geometry, reading, calculus, English
New York, NY
Jennifer H. ...I have post-graduate training in Wilson Reading Program, Wilson Foundations, Animated Literacy and Sounds in Motion. Using a combination of these programs plus strategies gleaned from my long professional career, I work with students who struggle with decoding, phonemic awareness, reading compre...
39 Subjects: including geometry, English, reading, GRE
Brooklyn, NY
Nikunj P. ...I earned my BA and MS degrees from New York University with a concentration in biology, chemistry, economics, and general science, and obtained teaching credentials in science education from Fordham University and City College of New York. I have been actively involved in the education sector fo...
17 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, physics, biology
Scarsdale, NY

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