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Colron C. Hi, My name is Colron, and I'm a United States Marine, with a background in operations, recruiting, instruction and training. I have a demonstrated ability to train, develop, and lead others. I come from a teaching family: two teachers, a librarian, and a tutor.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, ASVAB, GRE, chess
$75.00/hr
Montclair, NJ
Diana R. ...I also have recently tutored in chemistry. I have five years experience teaching high school geometry. I have also tutored in geometry and in SAT prep (which involves quite a bit of geometry). I have also recently taken a college level geometry class (for my teaching certification). Many skills needed in pre-algebra are then used in algebra and geometry.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, geometry
$75.00/hr
Pompton Plains, NJ
Jamie B. ...Once broken down, my students understand that improving your score is a very achievable goal. As soon as a student understands that tangible results are possible, I find that they become not only willing but enthusiastic about the work required to get the score they want. A short conversation is the best way to learn about me, about my process, and see if it fits your needs.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
$90.00/hr
Wayne, NJ
Juan F. ...My areas of expertise are primarily math and science, having studied both extensively as an astrophysics major at Princeton University. I am also skilled in many other subjects, including my native language, Spanish. Over the past year, I have worked with students in various areas, ranging from algebra, calculus, chemistry, and physics to English and US History.
38 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, SAT reading, GRE
$70.00/hr
Jersey City, NJ
Benjamin N. ...Physics is different things to different people. As a body of knowledge, it's the collection of experimentally verifiable ideas about how the objective world works. As a course, it can be stimulating, but also frustratingly elusive.
25 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, discrete math, logic
$80.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY

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