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Reka J. ...I have also tutored for the Dupage Literacy Program. I am a very patient person and am passionate about teaching. I will go the extra mile to make sure the student thoroughly understands the material.
24 Subjects: including geometry, SAT math, algebra 1, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
Hinsdale, IL
Alison O. ...I take full advantage of lesson time. It is important to consider student motivation as practice is crucial to success. I listen to student feedback, incorporate student choice, and adjust my lessons as needed.
24 Subjects: including trigonometry, differential equations, discrete math, dyslexia
$150.00/hr
Hoffman Estates, IL
Pamela G. ...When students master Algebra 2, their understanding of Algebra concepts covered previously at a more superficial level deepens, and this can be truly rewarding for students. Calculus is one of my favorite subjects to teach. I have taught Calculus 1 at a local community college and tutored high-school level students in the subject.
15 Subjects: including linear algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$40.00/hr
Geneva, IL
Allison M. ...Both my universities have used Outlook. Therefore, I have been working with it for 7 years. I have actually had to write a program that helps better sort spam.
16 Subjects: including ACT Math, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$55.00/hr
Darien, IL
James L. ...Although it's been a number of years since I sat for an ACT exam, I scored a 35 on the ACT English section in the early 2000s. Moreover, I am confident I can ace any ACT English question you can put in front of me, and I can help you get closer to that level of confidence, too! I scored in the ...
32 Subjects: including geometry, public speaking, ACT Math, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
Schaumburg, IL

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