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Marty R. ...For my Associates degree, I studied mostly chemistry and math, but also physics and biology. For my history major, I mostly studied European History, but also took many classes in U.S. and Ancient History. I feel that I am very proficient in all areas and levels of History and Math, but I can help in other subjects as well.
28 Subjects: including algebra 1, ACT Math, ACT English, ACT Reading
$30.00/hr
Tinley Park, IL
Meghan L. ...I studied Spanish in high school and during a study abroad in Ecuador as well. With my education background and previous course work in Spanish, I am also able to tutor beginning Spanish. With my vast amount of math tutoring experience from elementary math to college level Calculus, I have the unique ability to be able to explain math in a way that struggling students can understand.
28 Subjects: including calculus, phonics, study skills, special needs
$45.00/hr
Homer Glen, IL
Christina P. ...I am currently teaching the course Pre-Algebra to high school students. I am familiar with the content and I have a large amount of resources. I am a certified math teacher with a master of education degree.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
$50.00/hr
Joliet, IL
Deborah P. ...Also evaluating simple algebraic expressions with one variable. Ratios to describe to proportional situations and other concepts will be reinforced as needed. I bring more than ten years of teaching mathematics in secondary education; four of which include teaching College Prep Algebra and Advanced Algebra w/Trigonometry.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, geometry
$40.00/hr
Country Club Hills, IL
Stephen L. ...I have taken the United States Mathematical Olympiad several times and placed in the top 50 in National Mathcounts twice in middle school. I was also in the top 100 in the nationwide William Lowell Putnam competition as an undergraduate. The most critical aspect of being a tutor is that it’s all about the students, not the instructor.
20 Subjects: including differential equations, actuarial science, linear algebra, logic
$50.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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