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Andrei K. ...My PhD Adviser at Yale University had a joint appointment at the Mathematics and the Computer Science departments. Consequently, I spent a significant amount of time studying algorithms, computational complexity, and other areas of interest to Computer Science. I am also fluent in several programming languages, such as Perl, PhP, and Java.
27 Subjects: including logic, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
Ridgefield, CT
Craig S. ...I have also prepared students for the Catholic High School entrance exam, the COOP. My style combines instruction in the basic math concepts as well as continual testing with practice exams. I believe this best prepares the student for the rigors of the test and helps build the stamina necessary to succeed.
8 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
Valley Cottage, NY
Valeria G. ...I studied Art History during college. Also as director of a non-profit organization for the Arts, I have taught several workshops including in-depth Art History and Art Theory studies both for recreational and professional development purposes. As a Literacy Volunteers of America tutor, I devel...
26 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, Spanish, writing
Fairfield, CT
Paul H. ...With my Special Ed certification, I am licensed by the DOE to teach children with autism. I consider myself highly skilled and effective teaching students with these special needs. I have tutored High School students for the standard entrance tests for 20 years – mostly the SAT and ACT, but wit...
32 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, ACT Math
White Plains, NY
Stella V. ...Prealgebra is an important subject in preparation for algebra. This is a building block of concrete knowledge which a student can rely on to verify algebraic results, substituting a variable with a number. To be able to do this students need to be comfortable with number manipulations that they study when they do prealgebra coursework.
20 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, C++, C
New York, NY

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