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Renee J. Hi my name is Renee J. I am 19 years old and I am currently take American Sign Language at collage in Ft. Worth.
1 Subject: sign language
$45.00/hr
Mansfield, TX
Philip A. ...I have a desire to see those whom I help succeed in their endeavors, and have recently just finished many of the same tests you are probably facing. I have won numerous academic competitions and graduated near the top of my respective classes, not by always being the smartest but by breaking dow...
11 Subjects: including accounting, algebra 1, finance, German
$40.00/hr
Dallas, TX
Eddy R. I know that French is one of the toughest language to learn, so take advantage of someone who won't just help you to pass your homework and exams; but who would be glad to help you making conversation. I will see you when I see you. "Bonjour chez vous!"French is my native speaking language, I studi...
5 Subjects: including French, algebra 1, Microsoft Excel, prealgebra
$40.00/hr
Arlington, TX
Craig J. My degree I received at The University of Tulsa is Math Education, so I am certified to teach this subject from grades K-12. I am also a very good listener and problem solver. My analytical thinking has helped me to provide successful tutoring not only to my football teammates in college, but also...
11 Subjects: including writing, algebra 2, SAT math, public speaking
$45.00/hr
Arlington, TX
Catherine A. ...After attending a liberal arts college, where we read classical authors like, Cicero, Virgil, Nepos, Ovid and Livy, the ideas of these Roman thinkers began to really make sense. Tutoring is my favorite part of teaching as you truly see students becoming more and more confident with each lesson. ...
2 Subjects: including Latin, grammar
$45.00/hr
Dallas, TX

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