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Kelvin R. ...I tutored Algebra at the Double Discovery Center at Columbia University. More recently, I tutored Algebra for Brooklyn LAB Charter School. I have been tutoring Trigonometry for 5 years at the Double Discovery Center at Columbia.
15 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, reading, English
New York, NY
Samuel H. Hi, I have a BA in Mathematics from New York University and I will be going for a PhD in Mathematics next year. I have extensive experience in tutoring, and my approach is to create a strong foundation in whatever area of math I tutor, allowing each student to fully grasp the material and excel. ...
21 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, statistics, geometry
Brooklyn, NY
Erin T. ...I was exempted from undergraduate and graduate foreign language by passing Spanish foreign language exams. I have one year of experience teaching and tutoring English in Mexico. I have been published twice in The Economist opinion section.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, Spanish, English
Brooklyn, NY
Matthew T. ...I have had four clients in the last year. Chemistry has always been my favorite subject. After taking AP chemistry in high school, I had to take chemistry again in college because my school didn't accept AP credits.
25 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, biology, GRE
Brooklyn, NY
Najeeb K. ...I have also taken a graduate course in Algorithms and Data Structures at Rutgers as part of my data mining concentration in Statistics. The course covered further topics in graph theory and graph algorithms, as well as number theory leading up to the RSA public key encryption algorithm. The top...
11 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, statistics
New Milford, NJ

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