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Stacy T. ...I think learning biology can be extremely fun depending on how you go about it. From my educational experience I think its important to know how to master a course vs. memorizing content. The understanding of the two are constituently intertwined and can be a determinants on how well you do in that particular course and future advance course that require previous foundational knowledge.
6 Subjects: including biology, tennis, microbiology, anatomy
Jamaica, NY
Timothy M. ...I was a math major at Washington University in St. Louis, and minored in German, economics, and writing. While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond.
28 Subjects: including ACT Science, physical science, GRE, astronomy
New York, NY
Bill K. ...My evaluations (from both faculty and students) as a college professor are universally excellent, and reflect my ability to motivate students, clearly structure lessons, and make very complex material understandable. I have taught college-level statistics many times, and have done graduate-level statistics as part of my research. SPSS is no problem.
9 Subjects: including psychology, writing, statistics, GRE
Great Neck, NY
Juan D. ...I have the benefit of integrating college experience into our sessions, as well as teaching methods that have been proven to work with students of all aptitudes. I have worked with students for more than 5 years and provide innovative and creative ways to study for the ACT! I have been playing the drums for over 15 years.
12 Subjects: including biochemistry, algebra 1, biology, prealgebra
Queens Village, NY
Valerie S. ...Teaching is a second career for me. I am looking for tutoring positions preferably on Long Island. I will travel within a 10 mile radius.
20 Subjects: including biology, writing, zoology, geology
Baldwin, NY

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