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Joe D. ...My philosophy on tutoring is “meet the student where (s)he is.” I recognize that every student is unique, with different strengths and weaknesses, and different learning styles. I am constantly refining my tutoring methodology and discovering different and interesting ways to communicate concep...
33 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, geometry
Plymouth Meeting, PA
Ira S. ...Measures of Center 4. Z-Score calculation 5. Student-t distribution 6.
23 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, GRE
Marlton, NJ
Kevin C. ...Because of this, I not only work to help students with particular mathematical concepts, but also to build their confidence in math. I believe that every student is capable of succeeding, and it is important that they believe that too. Thanks for looking over my profile!
10 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
West Chester, PA
Melvin T. If you want someone who has a wide knowledge of Mathematics from Discrete Math to Graduate Real Analysis and Measure theory, then I can get you the grade you need. If you need help getting ready for an exam, I can help you. I will teach and train you to get there.
16 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Cherry Hill, NJ
Michelle T. I am a current student at Ursinus College majoring in Philosophy and Sociology with an Applied Ethics Minor. At Ursinus College I have been a Logic tutor for a year. I am also Chief of Emergency Medical Services at Ursinus College, a position that has required me to teach and train Emergency Medical Technicians, giving me experience with both in-classroom and hands-on teaching.
18 Subjects: including statistics, reading, trigonometry, grammar
Collegeville, PA

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