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Lauren E. ...Drawing is really a practice-based skill, and with all art effective critique is essential. I have years and years of experience in doing and critiquing art from the most basic level up to fully professional art, and I can help you learn. I have a B.A. in Scientific Illustration from Arcadia University.
27 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, calculus
Elkins Park, PA
Donald F. I have been teaching math at the middle school and high school level for 36 years. I have also taught at the college level as an adjunct for the last 14 years. Since my retirement 11 years ago, I have been working at 2 school districts as a homebound teacher.
5 Subjects: including precalculus, trigonometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Elkins Park, PA
Brian G. Hello! I am in my final year of study as a Physics and Math double major at Drexel University in Philadelphia. I have been tutoring in Drexel's Math Resource Center (MRC) for 3 years now (subjects include Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Single and Multivariable Calculus, and some higher level classes as well) and have also been tutoring privately on and off during this time period as well.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, prealgebra
Philadelphia, PA
Pascal M. ...If you are looking for a native speaker to help you with your French homework, or simply to practice French conversation, look no further. I received my Ph.D. in Chemistry from Princeton University and served as an Organic Chemistry Prefect and lab TA for several years. I also received a teaching award during that time.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, French
Frenchtown, NJ
Ron C. ...The ACT math questions are more straight-forward than those on the SAT, and the ACT reading passages are at a slightly lower level, but many students struggle with the ACT's science section. Also, the ACT covers trig and elements of pre-calculus while the SAT goes only through Algebra 2. A major difference between the SAT and the ACT is that the ACT has a science section.
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, grammar
Newtown, PA

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