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Elliott L. ...During this time, I have extensive experience working with my students in conference hours on an individual and small group basis, as well as individual outside tutoring. It is important, when tutoring, to have a thorough knowledge of the subjects being reviewed. I have a B.A. in Mathematics, with honors, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science, with specialization in applications of Mathematics.
3 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, algebra 2
New York, NY
Randy K. ...Being a college student, I have classes spread out during the weekdays, but always have availability on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Additionally, I have limited availability on Monday evenings, Tuesday evenings, and Wednesday afternoons.I completed a semester long class in this field at the Un...
10 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, physics, geometry
New York, NY
Michael T. ...I have taken differential equations as an undergraduate and received an A in the course. I also have a lot of experience tutoring this subject. The key to success in differential equations is not only being proficient in the various solution methods, but also knowing when to use which method and how to apply it.
37 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, algebra 2, biology
Jersey City, NJ
Irene P. ...I currently am an active sidewalk astronomer, lead viewing sessions in local parks, and continue to teach astronomy for after-school programs. I have a bachelor's degree in physics, and have taught physics and astronomy to people of all ages in informal settings. In my work with the Physics Factory, I demonstrated and explained physics concepts to group of elementary students.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Brooklyn, NY
Neemisha M. ...Performing well on exams like the SAT, ACT and GRE is partially about the mathematics and partially about the strategies needed to do well. See my blog about some basic strategies. One of the biggest differences between the ACT and the SAT is that the ACT also has some trigonometry included in the test, which usually students do not see until their junior year.
24 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, geometry, algebra 1
Brooklyn, NY

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