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Carolyn R. ...This ability enables me to clarify otherwise complex concepts. My love for education and concern for the success of my students led me to return to school myself after some twenty years. As a result, I now have three degrees - one technical, one business, and the last one, spiritual.
15 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, reading, algebra 1
$39.00/hr
Houston, TX
Preeti Z. ...Anderson Cancer Center, Mayo Clinic has been published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals. I hope to hear from you! Cheers, PreetiMy educational background includes extensive introductory, intermediate and advanced courses in Math, including in Algebra.
59 Subjects: including chemistry, economics, grammar, statistics
$50.00/hr
Houston, TX
Katie S. ...It's all going to be okay, and I am here to help. I've been a professional test prep tutor for five years. I've taught hundreds of students and logged over 1000 hours with a major test prep company.
22 Subjects: including ACT Science, English, reading, ADD/ADHD
$75.00/hr
Houston, TX
Bryan T. ...Sometimes with help and sometimes without help. And if my method of teaching isn't working I'll try another approach that I think will fit the student I'm teaching. I'm excited about tutoring and look forward to helping you learn!Took prealgebra growing up and made an A+ when I completed the course.
9 Subjects: including physics, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$40.00/hr
Houston, TX
Christine D. ...This has given me lots of experience working with students. As an aspiring doctor, I am fascinated by how the human body works. I have also spent 3 years conducting biomedical research on diabetes and cancer.
13 Subjects: including biology, microbiology, anatomy, physiology
$30.00/hr
Houston, TX

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